Configuration: EDC = Full (sport) hard; DSC = off; SMG = 6 (full commando); Power = P500 Sport; technique = floor it, modulate wheelspin with throttle, and upshift at redline.
No real technique here, just mash the brake pedal and let the sticky tires and ABS do the rest. No fade, and no change in pedal feel from the first to the fifth spectacular stop.
Skid pad exhibits brilliant balance and it's easy to find the edge of grip (which makes for killer power-on oversteer drifts). In the slalom, however, the variable steering is hard to learn and harder to trust. The more I drive it (and think about it), the harder I find it is to go quickly. Still, a 67-mph slalom isn't slow. Could've gone a bit quicker if the rear tires hadn't been "heat cycled" one time too many.