The standard Triton tends to be a bit easier to get working, a bit easier to drive and has a bit more turning power. The 35 is a bit harder to drive, a bit more tire sensitive and typically makes a bit less turning power. In return for this, the 35 tends to have a bit more speed potential when it's all working correctly. On smaller tracks and ones making less bite I'd be more tempted to go with the Standard Triton.
Standard Triton hands down! All around one of the top chassis' produced by far. I know of a big name friend that's a well know PRC dealer that runs Super Heavy and he loves the Standard over the 35. The 35 is too finicky with really having to have an A+ Tire game.