Despite being the night of our departure to Shift-S3ctor, the technicians had their work cut out for them. One particularly stubborn transmission required removal, dis-assembly, reassembly and installation a total of 4 times due to microscopic shards of debris trapped within the valve body, solenoids and pump – inhibiting movement from the vehicle throwing itself into limp mode. To add atop of the adversity, we had finished buttoning up Sean’s Godzilla that same night as well as tuned it and got it aligned. Even though time was ticking and we all grew very tired, everyone still had a helping hand for each scenario. Because of this, our proposed plan to depart from SP no later than 8-9PM completely fell through – we ended up leaving at 3AM! With a 3 1/2 hour drive ahead of us, we knew we wouldn’t be happy campers as the gates to the Airstrip Attack opened at 7AM. We checked into our hotel at 6:30AM, attempted to get some shuteye, and headed out to the event to meet with all of our clients who were anxiously waiting and wide awake to get out on the airstrip to get some runs in.