Obviously, something is amiss if mph takes a drastic dump as well as E.T. Telepathic drivers like Sox were 4-spd institutions. They will indubitably yield .3 tenths from any given combination compared to the average driver, but, mph usually remains static. This fact was clearly emphasised in later 60s road and drag strip testing by Mopar, Ford, and Mercury. Several professional drivers were contracted for these tests against other ''notable'' amateurs and indicated mph was virtually the same despite better E.T.s. Without, posting the complete articles I will cut and post the drag strip results from two specialised ads from Chrysler. Drag time(s) speak for themselves.