I have entered a MS in the Brock Yates’ One Lap of America (f.k.a. The Cannonball Run) which will be held this year from April 30th thru May 7th. My co-driver and I have competed in this event for many years since 2000. Now that there are more than 250 SC stations across the U.S., the time is ripe to run the One Lap in a Tesla. I wanted to get a read as to whether or not those posting here are familiar with the event and what level of interest the Tesla family might have in following the event. Ideas, critiques and suggestions are always appreciated. Below is a list of the track events (a.k.a. races) scheduled for the week. I am still working out the logistics before I will be able to post a schedule as to when we will be charging at the various SC stations en-route between track events. TireRack Skidpad (wet) - South Bend, IN (Sat., 4/30) Pittsburgh International Race Complex - Wampum, PA (Sun., 5/1) Palmer Motorsports Park - Ware, MA (Mon., 5/2) Summit Point Motorsports Park - Summit Point, WV (Tue., 5/3) National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park - Bowling Green, KY (Wed., 5/4) Road America - Plymouth, WI (Thurs., 5/5) Great Lakes Dragaway - Union Grove, WI (Thurs., 5/5 eve.) Autobahn Country Club - Joliet, IL (Fri, 5/6) TireRack Skidpad (dry) - South Bend, IN (Sat., 5/7) Since the week-long One Lap always starts and ends in the same location, the 3,000+ mile trek is clearly all about the journey! I suspect that the successful completion of the 2016 One Lap in an EV could be about more than just demonstrating great performance -- it might actually help to dispel some peoples’ fears with range anxiety. If there is interest, I will continue to post more info as it becomes available. Please pass this along to others you suspect might be interested in following how well the Tesla Model S P90D stacks up -- even against such an impressive well-prepared bunch of ICE vehicles that are competing in this year’s Brock Yate’s One Lap of America.