There are no tips, really. Just practice, eventually you'll succeed. An observation, though. The first part of the mission is a chase, lots of highspeed twists and turns, plenty of opportunity to wipe out, get busted or get wasted. So, high adrenalin. The second part of the mission is the dragon dance, and for that you need steady nerves and a brain that knows where your other left is. Take time between parts, and let the cutscene play out to get your breathing under control. If you do this right, you'll be able to do it every single time, and you'll find it odd that your normal urge to celebrate is clamped down so tightly you may not even smile. I was disappointed. But I slept well.
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