Well, my middle-school math skills would indicate no benefit of 20kW for 3 seconds (that would be 60kWs [kilowatt-seconds, right?) over 10kW for 6 seconds (also 60kWs). Having said that, I must echo some of the other responders here:I'm still on the fence as to which is more efficient, though I'm leaning towards the "burst" throttle method as being more efficient since I'm guessing that 20kW @ 3sec is less than, say 10kw for 6+ seconds. The main drawback of the burst method being that the ride is less smooth due to the oscillation of acceleration & coasting compared to the "constant" throttle method.
1- Have fun trying to squeeze out every possible mile
2- Don't do anything dangerous (obstruct traffic, stare at the dashboard display too long, etc.)
3- When you tire of the games, just drive it like any normal car, and you'll find out all the extra effort was a waste of your time.
But stop every now and then to try to remember when you last filled the tank with gas. I have set my display so that I just see the basic data (no leafy green ball, no plus-or-minus kW readings to constantly "monitor"). I think I'm a safer driver for it. I think we all would be.