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On the 420-foot slalom course, the three-link shined, allowing Nick to navigate the cones in 5.67-second, which puts his speed at 51.1 mph. "When the car was equipped with the three-link, it felt tight, yet evenly balanced with just a hint of understeer. The car was quick and responsive with the three-link, and the slight understeer was welcomed while running a slalom course. The quicker time reflected that," Nick said.