I have a 1998 Plymouth Voyager until my bonne gets out of the shop. This thing is slow as balls... but it lays some serious rubber
I put the ebrake on, smashed it, and it right away went up to 4 grand so I just let off the e-brake and held on it until I got to the tracks. Then I let off so I didn't jostle anything in the drivetrain by going across the tracks. It probably would have gone for another 20 feet if I let it.
I only had the e-brake on for maybe a second... geezus lol. Atleast I made sure both wheels were spinning, so it'* not like I'm abusing it :P And... I tried it later on flat road... it doesn't even require a hill. The tires are siped Michelins I believe.