I haven't watched from the start much until last year, but it is apparent which teams practice their 5-second drill - there were few comical moments where mechanics set their buggy down, turn around to run away and nearly crash into a mechanic from the team in the adjacent lane who's trying to do the same thing.
There were a couple of incidents this year where the commentators missed useful information because the tv cameras were focused elsewhere. That's probably an area where the BAA could work more closely with cmuTV to improve in the future.
Eg: the SigNu crash, which looked to be in a strange spot, and an unusually violent snap change in direction. I hope the driver is recovering well. Also, PiKA C's loss of tire - I'm impressed at how far the buggy made it after that.
PiKA B's crash with Chimera seemed strange as well. Didn't its apparent twin have an apparent steering failure a couple of weeks ago?
Spirit's successful rolls looked about as fast as they were on truck weekend. Their spins looked like they were going much faster. Given that their Hill 1-2's looked impressive, one wonders when the pushers will turn the screws on the mechanics to get them a buggy that lets them find out how fast their back hills can go?