The car continues to run like clockwork. It saw five sessions on track without any issue. I had forgotten my external GPS module, so I had to use the unit built into the phone. I can see that it is less precise when I look at the speed to distance graphs on the lap timing app (the curves are not smooth at all), so i will put an asterisk after my new best lap time of 1:02.73*, although there were a couple of other laps in the 1:02.8 range, so I'd like to think that I probably managed to hit that time at least once. If so, that's 0.9 seconds faster than my previous best of 1:03.6.
I had dropped the front pressures to 23-25 cold and the front end felt a bit sloppy out there, but I can't really argue with the improvement in lap times. I am looking for some inexpensive 8-inch-wide wheels so that I can run a wider tire in the future. People told me I would feel the lack of a limited-slip differential or be disappointed with the gear ratios on the 5-speed, but this hasn't been the case. The one thing that I think will make a significant improvement will be some extra front-end bite, and I think that with some aggressive offset 15x8 wheels, I can make the front end wider and run a 225-width tire, which would solve the issue. Even so, I am pretty happy with the way the car is running as-is, considering how easy and comfortable it is to drive on the street and how little I have spent on the car so far. I never thought I would be able to lap St-Eustache in the 1:02's, but now I think that even 1:01's will be possible with wider rubber.
Here are some photos from the JagImaging Facebook page: