We got in, got started, got headed out for runway 1L at Wichita, ran our checklists, lined up and took off. The steep turns were OK, not great, but within ATP and type rating standards. We did some stalls, not a big deal. We shot approaches to minimums, we flew missed approaches, we held, we managed pitch trim malfunctions. We did an RVR (runway visual range) 500-foot takeoff. We lost an engine at V1 and managed to get airborne and climb at V2. I was getting limp from adrenalin exhaustion and concentration fatigue. As we wheeled back around to land with that one engine out, I smelled smoke again. With masks on we headed for the runway. Jay had given us a fire in the engine that was running! We ran checklists from memory as the 1,800-foot RVR runway came into sight. On the ground I commanded that both fire handles be pulled as I set the brakes. Kris fired the bottles; I brought the engine to cutoff and killed the batteries.