I'm saying this from experience: Maddo should make three changes that will make the dropoff easier for him.
For one thing, instead of leaving the top bogging 3rd, he should leave the top in 2nd gear, then upshift twice in mid-air. I know. I've done it and it works the best.
Another change that will make it easier is to make a small launch ramp at the top, 8 feet long and one foot high, with sand paint or grip tape on it. This launch ramp will enable him to leave the top at a slower speed, slipping the clutch in 2nd, with better traction and a more predictable, consistent attitude adjustment on the way down. Rolling off a flat deck is actually harder, and he has to go faster than he would if he had a little ramp to get himself set in mid-air. I know. I've done it!
Another change is that the safety deck should be a lot steeper, closer to 45 degrees than 0 degrees. Making it totally horizontal is too brutal, and if he comes up very short at all, he'll get bucked over the bars really hard and land too far down the landing and get hurt. Of course they don't have the time to do that at this point. The landing is 50 feet high anyway, so he has a lot of room for error.