With barely enough torque to overwhelm rear tire grip, there's virtually no difference between traction control on and traction control off runs. Upshifts are smooth and at redline. Also no sense in manual shifting the automatic, as it still auto upshifts at redline.
Noisy, busy ABS as it hunts for grip on these all-season tires. The result is also less-than-arrow-straight with moderate dive. Adequate fade resistance.
Skid pad: Stability control settings match available grip, hence near identical off/on figures. Pronounced understeer at the limit of grip -- hence throttle closure and equal lateral g. Steering feels OK, a little "wooden" with moderate build-up in effort. Slalom: With ESP off, the big car feels remarkably athletic despite slalom mph on par with a Honda Odyssey. Responds to throttle by slightly adding rotation to quell understeer. With ESP on, a tidy line to minimize jerky yaw angles keeps the system happy. Otherwise wild brake application.