I = 4.48, II = 2.87, III = 1.80, IV = 1.47, V = 1.00, VI = 0.742, R = 2.88, Final Drive = 3.16
Turning the traction control off allows a little bit of wheelspin at launch, and this improves the time slightly. Otherwise, the best technique is a brake torque, followed by matting the throttle and holding it there. Manual shifting is slower because redline is unmarked and the tach seems to lag.
Initial bite is good, but brake dive is pronounced and the stopping distances are disappointing. Consistent and fade-resistant, but the distances are a tad long.
Slalom: A good time requires one to drive "around" the non-defeatable stability control. Smooth and measured steering inputs are necessary, and the Traverse responds with reasonable accuracy. Still, there is no getting around the fact that the Traverse is big. Skid pad: Understeer is pronounced but not overwhelmingly so. Grip is reasonable, but stability control cuts in and out, limiting performance.