Well the car just completed a 2700 mile journey from East to West. No major problems, a faulty fuel pump and some minor water leaking during rain. During the last 50 miles of the trip I thought I was having some clutch slip. Today I went out and played with it. Turned out to simply be a badly adjusted firewall adjuster. So I dial a few inches out of the pedal travel and the car feels wonderful. I took it out on some scenic roads for a spirited drive. All the sudden somebody not as enthusiastic about the road gets in front of me. He is going 45 in a 55 on a windy lakeside road near dusk. I make the decision to pass, right before I go to pass i had an image of something going wrong with the car mid pass. I proceed anyway. I am pulling hard in 3rd gear and get up to my redline and attempt to grab 4th. clutch in and it goes all the way to the floor and is dangling limply. I pull over and inspect the damage. The upper part of my Wilwood pedal where it connects to the quadrant has completely sheared. I was shifting hard but it didn't feel quite that hard.