I dont know what Madhouse is talking about. If he rode any faster, then he would break the sound barrier.
The last time I rode Cheaha I got a real appreciation for riding slow in the back. It's easy to see the sights & I can pick weird lines that I would never notice at a Madhouse pace. It's also easier to stay rubber side down. The only negatives is dust & mud. After 15 people have chewed up a mud hole it's impossible to find a good line.