Limo Figure-Eight Challenge: To teach them proper mirror usage and further illustrate the concept of front-end swing, the drivers are each placed at the wheel of a 1990 Buick Estate, with the other five drivers as their passengers. They are then tasked with reversing the vehicle around a figure-eight course of foam blocks, wheel rims and aluminum trash cans, with finishing the course with few or no hits considered more of a priority than getting it done quickly. Alexis is up first and, despite needing advice from Andrew on how to reposition, finishes the course with 22 hits. Karlene once again proves to be slow, taking four minutes just getting to the first turn, but finishes with only seven hits. Descyara, Darris and Brittany all finish the course without any hits (their respective times are not shown). Brandon, once again forced to complete this challenge with a spinner knob, is the last to take the course and, despite Sarah's prediction that he would hit 15 things in ten minutes, completely loses his nerve and falls apart.
Fastest Performer: Despite hitting 22 things, Alexis performed the fastest at 10:22.
Slowest Performer: Brandon performed the slowest at 18:05.
The Trough: In this challenge, designed to both test the drivers' knowledge of where their wheels are and further educate them on front-end swing, they each have 30 minutes to take as many attempts as needed to drive the Suzuki Sidekick, equipped with a bird's eye camera screen as part of the season's "Evolution of Driving" theme, through a short course made up of concrete barriers placed on their side, without letting the wheels touch the ground between the barriers. Darris takes the challenge first and immediately fails his first two runs by not turning quite wide enough before passing his third. Brandon has trouble even remembering the lesson and Andrew tries to explain it to him, but this leads to Brandon turning too wide on his first run, not turning wide enough on his second, going too fast on his third and never comes close to passing after taking five attempts. Descyara fails by not turning quite wide enough on her first two runs and, like Brandon, never comes close to passing, even after taking eight attempts. Alexis seemingly grasps the lesson, but fails by not turning wide enough on every single run before passing on her final attempt. Brittany misinterprets the lesson, taking seven attempts and failing each one by not turning wide enough. Karlene attempts an alternate version of this challenge, using checkered barrels.
Best Performer: Alexis and Darris were the only two people who passed this challenge, but Darris doing slightly better.
Worst Performer: Descyara did the worst statistically, failing after taking eight attempts.
Mustang Challenge: The Shoulder-Check Challenge: This annual challenge tests the speed control and shoulder-checking ability of each driver, by requiring them to drive the Mustang up a straightaway at 70 km/h, check over both shoulders to see whether a green sign is placed to their left or right and then turn into the corresponding lane at the end of the straight. Alexis is first up and fails by oversteering and hitting the lane markers when getting into the right lane. Descyara fails by clipping the foam boxes as she turns, smashing the driver's side mirror. Before Darris attempts the challenge, Jen finally admits to Andrew that she used the promise to continue paying for Darris' insurance to get him to come to rehab; Darris subsequently passes with no difficulty, leaving him 3-for-3 with this episode's challenges and in pole position to graduate. Brittany narrowly fails by clipping the lane divider as she turns, but claims she's not Canada's Worst Driver. Karlene is next and, after saying she's no quitter after completely breaking down after the Eye of the Needle, proves to still need work, as she reduces her speed to 25 km/h before doing her shoulder check, forcing Karlene to take a second attempt at shoulder checking, which she still fails by clipping the lane divider as she turns. Brandon not only fails by clipping the lane divider as he turns, but also speeds up to 90 km/h and clipping the lane divider after turning, leading to Sarah, who nearly broke down in tears following the Assessment Challenge, to once again question his overspeeding.
Best Performer: Darris was the only driver who passed this challenge, continuing his streak of challenge passes.
Worst Performer: Karlene was the worst, reducing her speed to 25 km/h before doing her shoulder check on her first attempt.
In deliberation, for the second week in a row, Darris is the only driver who wants to graduate, being the only one to pass every challenge thus far, but once again, Jen's fears that Darris' road rage will return if he graduates and goes home convinces the experts that, despite performing the best this episode, Darris' history of road rage prevent him from graduating, so therefore, for only the second time in the show's history (the first being Canada's Worst Driver 6, in which, despite being the only driver shortlisted by Philippe and, initially, Peter Mellor before quickly retracting his statement, Paul Thurston hit the wall in the Icy Corner, something Cam argued was a condemnation of his skills), no one will graduate in the third episode.