I took the Mustang to the track last night. It was pretty dead there, Union Grove, WI. I have attached the time slips. I got several runs in, sorry for so many slips. The car ran very consistent, and I was happy with my reaction times. The guy running the tree was very fast with the lights, so my first run caught me off-guard. I wasn't even ready. Because of this, what I ended up doing the rest of the night was roll the car into the first light, then with both feet on the pedals get the revs up and inch into the second light, on the last yellow let up on the brake and hammer the gas at the same time. Traction was not an issue for me. I have a couple videos also, I will see about getting them up here. There are three cars on the slips. They are as follows:
9 - My car. 2012 V6 Mustang
Convertible (heavy), plus my 185 pounds. The car is all stock except for my Magnaflow Streets axle-backs and a AFE Pro-Dry drop-in filter. The car is an automatic with 2.73 gears, P215/65/17 tires, no tune, running on Shell 93 octane fuel. I turned traction control off but left Advancetrac on (tried once with it off but didn't make a difference). I also turned hill-assist on (locks out 6th gears and holds RPMs longer between shifts). That probably didn't matter either because I believe when you floor it, it automatically does that.
12 - 5.0 fox body Mustang. Didn't know the guy but very friendly. He said his car was stock with a bunch of bolt-ons. Not sure what that meant. It was a stick with 3.73 gears.
13 - My friend's GTI. He had a 100 octane tune in the car and had filled up with racing fuel. (He told me with his 93 octane tune, he wouldn't have stood a chance against me).