Couldn't agree more. That's why I have a Model 3 and a BRZ.
Semi slicks like AR-1 and A048 have a very short shelf life though. If you don't track a lot, the rubber goes off just sitting in the garage.. and after a while, they are not any better than something like PS4S and A08R
I think I am done buying ICE cars or spending stupid money upgrading components (been there done that). The reason I bought the performance model was for having fun on track days.. if I really want to start lap times I will do that in Forza ( have a proper sim setup) and not worry about upgrades, tyres n such. I am not a hardcore track person, its probably something that I will do may be once every couple of months for a track day.
I will get into proper track days once I retire lol … with an electric mx-5 or similar..
Why regen to minimum? Surely that will just lean harder on your brakes? I would have thought using the motors to slow you would take work from the brakes. I'd run maximum regen in track mode. Unless there is a reason I shouldn't?
I think having regen at 100% increases the battery heat. I am not sure what the options will be .. I will try a session with regen at 100 and another with regen at mid point and regen off.. or the other way around.. I want the battery warm enough for a quick charge mid way through the day.. being the first time at a track with BEV for me there are a lot of unknowns at the moment.