It's commonly asserted that the Model S isn't a track car. Tesla's own positioning seems to be in line with that. That doesn't stop some of us from burning some tires, etc. at, um, "special purpose high speed locations with driver education events". With the Model 3, there are some discussions about whether the vehicle (in at least some configurations) should be considered "track worthy". More strongly, I think everyone is hoping that Tesla is seriously aiming to making the 2020+ Roadster clearly "track worthy" (and perhaps "track dominant"). I'd like this thread to focus on the defining attributes of "track worthy", with a preference toward criteria that can be tested and vetted by "mere mortals" (I don't live near the 'Ring) often and with comparable results. Anybody want to start the ball rolling?