It goes something like this for former F1 and IndyCar driver Tomas Enge during last weekend's Pirelli World Challenge race at St. Petersburg:

1: Pole position in his Reiter Engineering Lamborghini Gallardo FL2

2: Majorly blown standing start

3: Get overwhelmed from behind and lose 10 spots by Turn 3

4: Spend the first 50 percent of the race recovering half of those positions

5: Use a mid-race caution period/restart to pick off a few more cars

6: Stalk and hunt the second-place Ferrari F458 without mercy lap after lap as the Lambo's cornering and braking are negated by the Ferrari's top speed

7: Attack the race-leading Cadillac in the final laps before pulling off the mother of all out-braking maneuvers to complete an amazing P1-to-P11-to-P1 swing in just over 45 minutes of action

Ride along with the relentless Czech as he puts on a 600 hp passing clinic within the concrete walls at St. Pete.