Driving a Sports Car Is Good For Your Health?

If you've been looking for a reason to get yourself a SWEET sports car instead of something practical . . . here's some great news.


According to a new study, driving a sports car is really GOOD for your overall wellbeing.  So yes, it's good for your mental health, emotional health, physical health, and everything in between.


Why?  It's because, apparently, having super-exciting little moments in your day is great for you.  And when people were driving a fast, powerful car, they had at least two of those moments a day . . . even when they were just doing their regular commute.


The only thing that provided more of those moments was being on a roller coaster.  But driving the sports car gave people more "buzz" feelings than shopping . . . watching "Game of Thrones" or football . . . kissing . . . dancing . . . or eating.


Now, there IS one big catch to all of this.  The study was sponsored by Ford, so they definitely have a bias here.  But it was conducted by real doctors and research scientists, so we're choosing to believe it. 


Is there a sports car to which you aspire? Scott had a Nissan 300Z at one time - before he was married - it was awesome. Today - Buick - which is awesome, but won't get you girls. 

What's the sports car of your dreams?


(The Drive)


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