Sports cars are definitely fun. Fun to drive, good looks ect. Of course, there are the super expensive kind and then below that. Who would say no to the Ferrari’s and sort? But here’s the thing. You gotta have the right play field. I’m thinking Los Angeles, Germany, country outskirts right of the bat. And there’s the speed limit. If you own an expensive great looking car, enjoy it. But inside out. Turn down the music. Heck, turn it off. Hear the engine roar. Each gearshift a new music wave. Play with the petal. Ok, speed it up a little. Bit more. It’s a sexy thing. “I’m in love with my car”, by Queen (the rock band) describes this well. It can become almost a sexual thing. All sports cars can be fun. If you know how to enjoy them. You can drink champagne but do you really get the distinguished taste? Many “use” the super expensive as a status symbol. Blah. Show off first, enjoy a cool drive second. If you live in New York city and drive a Ferrari just in Manhattan, well poor car and ok, super rich you! I chose a mid-end sports car, an Alfa Romeo, GT. Within my budget. And to admit, I’m obsessed with Alfas. I’m not a car talk kind of person. All I know is that all Alfas have a distinctive engine roar. A cool sexy sound that hits the spot on both low and high rpm. Its’ own distinctive animal voice. There is a logic behind this, I had to find out, reality check. It has to do with the configuration of the spark plugs and proximity to pistons or something like that. Don’t ask for details, I didn’t. Sex appeal is indescribable. It’s a sexy sore throat kinda voice, minus the sore throat. Driving it is meant to be. It invites you to drive it, and lets go for your pleasure. A tease. The seats hug and keep you steady. Great posture, no lounging here. It’s for the driver to drive. No “helpful” distractions. Raw, steady, on, off. (yeah, all safety features are there) Stick-shift only please. It’s not a stick-shift, it’a a joystick. Check out the lyrics of Morel & 16B: “Driving to heaven”. The manual mentions: “please try to avoid keeping the engine at 7,000rpm for too long”. So yeah, go for it, it’s got what it takes, please try and calm down. “I’m ready for you. And what took you so long? You know I need this as much as you do”! I really do not care if others check me out when I drive. The car that is. Yeah, ok, it’s cool, cause it’s not in your face Ferrari, so I appreciate it. But I don’t pay attention to it. The driving experience is all about connecting with the car and , well driving it. Driving it.