This is a link to video of 575s 43 (sometimes 44) point auto routine. In this run, they actually scored only 37 because a cube bounced out of the fourth goal, but you'll get the point. The team wanted a second run for the video, but we had a lot of stuff to do and just didn't have time.
Scoring: Six goals, eight cubes (sometimes nine) in goals, bonus cube knocked off.
Interestingly, since the line following code accelerates the robot if the error on the line is small, the routine always takes a different amount of time, ranging from 56 to 64 seconds. I believe this example runs about 61 seconds. They've tried speeding it, but it loses reliability. Having seen dozens of robots running Elevation for a one-minute auto at Dallas, I'm thinking 43-ish is simply the most you can do in one minute. In Dallas, 575s 37 was the highest total run, with second place doing 30.