No doubt there's some answers to this already, via Roadster or other custom EVs pushing the experience. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvnCgW5tSsc
But I'm curious about breaking in an electric motor. More-over how hundreds of people over the course of a Get Amped weekend constantly dumping all that juice into motor to test the max acceleration while the car is loaded down with 3, 4, or 5 adults sitting in it (along with a ~4500 lb car). No doubt straining the motor to do its job. And then they take the same car to the next city to lather, rinse, and repeat. Great real world testing for our cars, btw.
And while I'm certain the tech guys at Tesla have factored this load in to the build...
Does the massive amounts of current being dumped into the motor, accelerate wire wear? Or what about the gear loads? to the point that a future owner's manual may suggest any kind of a break-in period, or other suggest proper care of your Model S motor?