I didn't post all of the proof I wanted to, mainly because I didn't hit 100 mph so it's a waste of time LOL, but the first run in the video is the best run I had of the day which I am guessing was the 97.7 MPH pass. I tried to back that MPH up but I wrecked. Both passes are posted for your enjoyment. Now I will chill for awhile until I can either fix the GPS or buy a new one and sand down all of the road rash on my car from today.
BTW: For anyone saying this car can't hit 100 in less than X feet. Here are my findings. If you look at my video, you can see the measuring wheel behind the car in the video. I measured intervals from the car of 300, 600,and 900 ft from the car and then from the back of the car to the street/turn around in front of the car was 200 ft. You CAN hit 97.7 mph and stop the car in less than 900 ft. I started at the 600ft mark for most of my runs and stopped the car less than 200 ft in front of the car. I won't say they were graceful stops, but it is possible.
SAFELY: You want 1000 feet like Traxxas recommends, especially the first time you try to hit 100. I also recommend that you have a street as wide as the one I was on. The only reason I stayed on one side of the street was because of potholes and manhole covers in the center and the other side.