As you see by the dismal 60-foot data (for car 6833), Project Leave It to Clevor had a difficult time getting started, but definitely showed its true colors on the big end, tripping speed recorders at 109 mph. That's an indicator that e.t. should have been in the mid-12s range. We're thinking 11s at 114-117 are where the Pony should be on motor alone (32 degrees total timing). With rear suspension refinements (complete Baseline Suspension control arm system) that will probably be made by the time you read this, those numbers will probably come easy for the 408-powered GT.