I had planned to track my Porsche Cayman GT4 tomorrow (Sun. Mar. 4th, 2018), but the Porsche dealer is still working on it. So...tomorrow I will be taking my 2017 Tesla Model 3 to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca for *hopefully* a full day of testing and pushing the car around the track. Honestly, I am expecting the battery will limit the power after two laps, but why not try it...? Model 3 setup: - 2017 Tesla Model 3 (rear wheel drive, long range 310 mile, premium upgrades) - 19" TSportline cast wheels w/ Pirelli PZero Nero GT tires - Lowered 1.5" w/ 'moderate' springs from Unplugged Performance - Weather forecast: Mostly sunny skies. High around 55F (12.8°C). Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. - Charging: Monterey Supercharger in between sessions (not sure how many times yet) Questions: 1) How many laps does it take to hit power limit, if any? 2) What is the average power consumption per lap? 3) What is the best lap time? (1:41.9 is my best time with my GT4 at Laguna) 4) How does the car handle entering / exiting turns? 5) How do the tires hold up? 6) What is the ideal tire pressure? Let me know if you have anything you would like to see me try or test with the car on the track.