What an experience:biggrin::biggrin: Gotta say I was very very nervous going out the first time but they paired me up with a pro who races every weekend so he tried to keep me on the track showing me when to turn in to a corner and it is way later than you think, so late I was thinking he forgot he was supposed to tell me im going off but each time he was spot on and most time I was going way to fast :cursing: It is bloody difficult, if you watch Top Gear the Stig makes it look soooo easy but it aint. You learn that speed does not matter as much as technique and hitting those apexes right, do it wrong and you spend 10 seconds trying to line the car back up but before you get back on line there is another corner so you lose so much momentum it is very frustrating. That was not so bad as the Tesla has just awesome acceleration (at the beginning) I could catch anyone in the straight even after I messed up the turn, It is so tempting to just floor it and catch up and I did but within three laps in the limiter kicked in (It was 95 degrees outside) and it just got worse I went from 35 to 95 in a few seconds to 35 to 72 in 10 seconds it really sucks. I nearly lost it a few times by going way to fast into the corners and having a bad line but managed to save the rear (I think three times and at the same hairpin turn), when you hear that almighty squeal from the rubber and you know that you are losing it, is kinda strange things don't happed fast you have time to correct, the Tesla handles so well even on the edge it is very forgiving. Little more pedal, feel that surge and pull the rear back in line......... wow i'm drifting my Tesla....... well not really :redface: Get it right just a faint squeal from the tires all the way round the turn. Thank god I did not run the Blizzacks I would have spun without a doubt There were some nice high end cars on the track a couple of Vipers loads of Porsche a couple of formula fords, Vets and one Tesla. The Tesla's had to bow out early as I was burning KW so fast as you are out there for a good 20 minuets each session. I did not have time to charge up enough even though they have 240 and I was charging at 40 amps the car just could not keep up. Track Day was not about racing, there is less chance of crashing than driving on a highway, everyone on the track respects everyone else ability they give space and there is only passing on the straightaways and only when you indicate they can pass. Most cars on the track were high end ICE's some drove to the track so they had to had to have a car to drive home other had enclosed trailers and mechanics to service their cars. I cut my third run by half and got home with -3.5 miles no AC and sweating but some great memories. There is another track day next week that I would like to attend I want to learn how to drive on a track so when the cooler weather gets to Florida I can not just keep up with but pass that Cobra without the limiter kicking in. I have video I will try to get it edited and up later.