I have an opportunity to take my SKY to a road course, annd under supervision and instruction will be able to wring her out. My question is will the production SKY, with the optional heavy supension be able to take a good work out. The road course has no obstructions to crash in to, as the track itself is edged by sand. Will the LSD be an advantage or not in this scenario? Figure this is an excellent opportunity to really give it a push to the edge of the envelope. The instructor will go over the course beside me and advise me if I am doing anything wrong and how to correct it. I have driven some performance rides but has been enough years that a little refresher course can't hurt. The hiways and roads being as crowded as they are in the metroplex, and not the proper place for this type of driving, was wondering if the SKY is up to the task. Do not want to hurt her in anyway, as she is my pride and joy. Brentil, KappaMan, and anyone else give me your opinions and input please. I am running 3 laps at Texas Motor Speedway next month on a banked NASCAR track, but at a controlled 90 mph, don't foresee a problem there, she should hold real smooth, ya think?What it boils down to I guess is if the SKY basically a street ride or does in it's stock factory build have the capabilities of handling a true road course.