I was talking mainly regarding street driving. Like I said, I'm in a metro area, burbs usually. The roads that are fun will be short and you'll lose your car if a cop sees you hit 100 mph. So you give it the beans to experience a couple seconds of speed, then you brake hard because you don't want to get pulled over, or there's just traffic ahead. So not like track 0-100-50-100-25, but like 35-80-35-80-35-80 in a straight line.It’s not drag racing. Going fast and then slow is what you do around a track. It’s what you do tooling around the hillside on a curvy road. But yeah- diffeeent stokes for different folks I guess.
In my experience, there are just too many traffic police in the US in most places or just too many cars in general in the places where you'd likely live.
So yeah, I obviously don't live near country roads. Would be great in Montana, rural UK/Europe, but suburban/populated US is not so great.