There's a dramatic difference between default drive and wooding it versus raising the revs with your foot on the brake in Sport Drive (about 0.7 second to 60 mph). That said, it's a rather uneventful ride with very quick, slightly harsh shifts.
Started mediocre and got worse from there in terms of distances. It's a shame, really, because the pedal feel is quite good. Easy to modulate with linear progression -- but 10 feet between first and second stop! Yikes!
Slalom: Just like the Ralliart sedan, this car feels more capable than it truly is. I kept trying to make it go faster than the tires and suspension would allow. Dropping my entry speed, then gradually feeding throttle worked. Also, the fact that the stability on and off speeds were virtually identical means it has quite low limits -- easily reined in with ASR. Skid pad: I was hoping the Ralliart would be more receptive to throttle input/output on the skid pad. Truth is, it's only slightly biased to oversteer when ASR is off and you "overdrive" it. Squealing tires are a giveaway of its less-than-Evo status.