This is an interesting event - something we need to do. Met up with SammichLover in Sanderson yesterday. The drivers and crew were quite friendly to us - asked many questions and gave us many answers. All of the entrants that made it to Sanderson parked around the old courthouse before starting the return run. It appears that the only tech requirement for us (at entry-level speeds) is to install a fire extinguisher on a metal bracket within reach of the driver. The race is 59 miles each way, with a short stopover at the midway point (Sanderson). A few issues: Does anyone have first-hand knowledge that an S100D won't overheat a motor at 100 mph for 59 miles? Anyone know a consumption figure for the scenario above? Same questions for a Model 3. The race is scored like a rally: the objective is to finish both runs with an average speed exactly matching your target speed. (In 2018 one class winner hit the target speed perfectly. Other class winners were off my .001 mph or so.) See: Big Bend Open Road Race - 2018 Class Results Anybody have a Tesla app that reads out current average speed? Clock starts when the drag-style christmas tree goes green.