There are a few of us crazy enough to go fast and see if we can turn them left and right. I would not start where your looking. You are not going to like that Challenger on those short tracks as much as that Vette at all. It will work, but they do better on bigger tracks with longer straights and longer radius turns. In five years, many rumble strips (with and without the DiabloSport suspension controller that minimizes all rumble strip vibration), many racing brake pads and rotors, even a spin out and striking a tire wall, my air bags have not deployed.
My advice, visit the road racing part of our home: Road Racing : AutoX : ORR (Open Road Racing)
Then take the new car out several times and get some laps in, BEFORE you do anything.
Now start with the brakes. When it begins working for you, your brakes (pad wear and potentially rotors) will be the weakest link. That is only after you discover the correct front alignment for correct tire wear and rear settings for traction. Lots of good info has been shared in our threads over the past few years, including lots of POV videos.