Brian's up first, and has a hard time getting the car started. He eventually gets it up to 140 mph. Jason manages to get up to: 138.77. Graham doesn't even own a car, and hasn't driven in two years, and yet manages 136.91. "Long as I lived through it, it's cool," is his opinion. Survival is pretty good measuring stick, I'll admit. Jeremy goes 129.93, and I'm guessing the producers edited out the other guys' comments about panties being too tight. He's pissed that he didn't do better. "For DeAnna, I would go to hell and back," he whines. Yeah, and it would take you longer than anyone else to make the trip, Grandma. Twilley says he's not a fan of the sport. I don't think it's so much a "sport" as it is "hours of turning left." He decideds to "lay it out there" for DeAnna, and winds up going 140.59.
But Sean's strapping in now, all deadly serious. He handles the car like a pro. "I'm dropping the hammer, baby! I got this!" he yells, and pulls off 141.11 "I hate to be emotional and sentimental, but this right here means the world to me," he says in a talking-head. Heh. Leave it to Sean to get all misty-eyed over going to a racetrack.
So his one-on-one time is spent nattering about connecting and getting to know each other and seeing if there's a future. He talks about the similarities between the two of them. When she tells him she lived in Kentucky for six years, he starts going on about their bluegrass connection. In a talking head, he says he felt like he might have been one of the "laggers" for DeAnna's heart, but now he's got the "pole position." I think Sean wants to tame her little red love machine.
Then DeAnna gets in the car. "Guys always tend to be the good drivers, but these guys don't know that I can probably outdrive them," she says in a talking head. The guys talk about how sexy and fearless she is -- and it turns out she goes 141.62, or so we're told. Sean in particular has a big boner over how she left rubber at the starting line.
In a surprise move, Jeremy angles for some one-on-one time, and they head off to the motorhome to chat about how upset he is that he didn't win. And yet, despite not winning, here he is with one-on-one time! So maybe he should stop crying. Outside, Brian thinks Jeremy feels like he has to keep stepping it up, because he thinks DeAnna's starting to realize that there are other good guys there too. Twilley mentions the tortoise and the hare, and in a talking head, calls Jeremy a bleep. So I guess Ron's not actually the only who doesn't like Jeremy.