It is not how fast you go it is how fast you feel. The fastest and scariest is motocross bike in the woods HSB...
You are not talking speed now but adrenaline factor. Try 10' off the deck at over 160 on NVGs. Advantage of having both airplanes and helicopters on my certificates and over 22 years of flying for Uncle Sugar.
Controlling a machine is controlling a machine. You may a niche' in which you operate but it does not give you the right to call everyone else clueless desk jockeys. There is always someone who has been faster, higher or further or had a higher adrenaline rush.
I don't care about what tires could have been put on the 2015 so much as how the car performs off the lot. You can always start throwing money and end up in a never ending back and forth. The leveling point is stock off the lot.