And only if you're daft enough to snap off the throttle instead of
feathering it, to boot. Most mid-engined cars also behave the same
way. Ask me how I know.
Fact is, it's only the clueless yahoos who make statements like "Until
it lets go..." *It* doesn't let go, *you* let it go. It was *your*
fault, not the car's.
So what, your Miata isn't a sports car? How about the RX-7? Or did you
forget that Mazda is a Japanese car company?
For current models, in addition to the Miata, I think the Honda S2000
has to qualify as does the Nissan Z roadster.
Yes, actually, despite owning the Miata. That's what old age does for you.
Besides, it drives like an updated British (TR/MG) or Italian (Fiat 124S)
The RX-7 never met my droptop requirements.
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