To be as efficient as possible, you'd keep your time in states like Kansas and North Dakota to an absolute minimum, so uh, it's kind of perfect. By Google's calculations, if you do the drive in shifts with a co-driver and make minimal stops, you can do it in 110 hours, or four and a half days.
Someone's gotta be able to hit this route in 90 hours flat, right?*
*This would almost definitely involve breaking laws. Don't do anything illegal, m'kay?
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. If anyone wants to do this trip, feel free to reach out to him.