Interesting about the L1011.
Worked at a middle-east company that had quite a few, and former Lockheed development/production test pilots were hired to assist with line training.
One mentioned to me that the TriStar was tested at max weight, both all engines operating and one wing engine inop with four spoiler panels (each wing) deployed at liftoff (the most likely failure scenario) and the aircraft was still easily controlable, but of course climb performance was degraded.
Have a lot of respect for the design, and it served me well indeed for twenty years.
Yes, one in particular, landing at the old TPE
airport (ry 08), wet and windy (approaching typhoon) and hydroplaned for 7000 feet, and just got it stopped at the end...in a Boeing 707 at max landing weight.
Suggested to the company that perhaps tankering fuel to TPE
was really not a good idea, and to their credit, they agreed.