I have somewhere between 10-12 track events with my Slingshot. The group I ran with is called ProAutosports and they are still allowing Slingshots to participate if anyone is interested and around AZ. http://www.new.proautosports.com/ It took some time to get the Slingshot approved, but they have been awesome and the events have been really fun. I have quite a few track videos posted on youtube, but got really busy to edit and post some of the more recent ones.
Most of what is stated above is spot on. It took me a long time to figure out the right tire/wheel setup for the Slingshot to get it to really feel confident while pushing hard at the track. I also would never turn off the stability control, only the traction control would be off. Rear traction is always the issue with the Slingshot and I can confirm the removing the front fenders improves aero and vehicle feedback at high speeds. The big roll hoop mounted rear wings never really helped at the track that I noticed, and I didn't care for how much they vibrated at high speeds. I have driven/ridden in Slingshots with stock brakes and never really thought they were that bad. With the correct bleeding procedure, a brake brace, and halfway decent pads, you should be ok. Maybe I never pushed a stock setup that hard. My machine had the Alpha Big Brake Kit and was probably a bit overkill for a 1,800lb machine. No matter how hard you drove it, you couldn't get brake fade.
Still looking for someone to buy my track (aggressive street) wheel and tire setup. Let me know if anyone is interested in a proven setup.