Wild animals like deer like to cross roads in rural areas. Be careful
I generally don't do it at all. There's always some degree of risk when a person decides to unleash the car past 100mph on a public road. The risk is much higher when you have roadside obstructions, narrow lanes, and turn offs where drivers could enter the road from a side access... not to mention things like kids, pedestrians, and pets in the area.
Out by my house, there's about 8-10 miles of pure open fields with a fairly wide road that runs straight through the middle of them. Originally, the area was a planned corporate housing development that was never finalized. So, it's a huge, open waste with a fantastic 4-lane road that leads through what would have been a huge development that would have houses 30,000 people or more. Instead, it's just a 4-lane road to nowhere that's about 10 miles long, linking two major highways. It's never used as nobody lives out there. High fences on both sides of the road, no houses, no people. When I do let it go, it's in a place like that, and I do so only in the daytime because we do have a lot of deer around here, but they only come out at night.
The country Sheriffs even turn a blind eye in this area to most things concerning vehicles. It's one of the most remote spots in the county (with a paved road) and it's often used by street racers. Some officers when pulling over kids doing stupid things on the highway will tell them to go to this area if they want to play around.
Overall, I'm probably one of the slowest Hellcat drivers anyone sees. That's because I don't show off in public. I'm at the race track so often that I don't feel the urge to just slam the car around every time I get in it. I like to have my fun with it, but when I do, no footage of what I've done will ever end up on the the internet because it will either take place on a track or in some remote secret hidey hole kind of place. Mainly because when I "unleash the car" I don't stop at 120mph.