Went on a drive through Los Padres National Forest near Gorman. Went from Frazier Park westward along Lockwood Valley Rd to Hwy 33. A lot of super highspeed straights with elevation changes, lots of technical curves (but safe and banked). On one straight you can probably top out if you're ballzy, but be careful since there's a 20-foot dip that comes at you like a wall.
Hwy 33 itself is pretty awesome, and going South, I didn't encounter any traffic at all. Pretty much no cops on this run. This was on Sunday the 21st at about noonish. There are one or two hard hair pins, but there aren't any triple-caution exposures, so don't be afraid of slipping into a four-wheel drift. This run is a good workout for your brakes and tires, you can get up to about 90 in between 30mph turns. Watch out for other people drifting over the yellow!
Although it was safe for me, it is a canyon run and if you f*ck up, you will cartwheel 200 feet into a rocky forest and explode, just like in the movies. I was underdriving (which you should too) and I still had lots of fun. There are some spots that are enclosed by rock faces where you can push it a little more, but please be aware of the turn-outs and vista points where people like to park and hang out.
Have fun and be safe!