There are many situations that can make a heart pump faster. However, there is one situation I particularly find necessary. Driving.
From engaging car ownership, there will often be times where adrenaline rushes through the veins. Is it a good thing you may ask? It is to me. Here’s why. Close calls and overtakings causes the gush of adrenaline into the system. As much as I like that sensation, there's no need to put the neck on the chopping board.
Adrenaline rush happens during the urge to decide what’s the next course of action in a very short time. As speed rises, heart rate will rise. As a result, we are able to react to sudden change in time. In this case, preventing any possibility of collision. Known by its other name, epinephrine, it is a hormone that is medically used to stimulate the heart. However, given by choice I would prefer my heart rate to rise from driving instead of being medically injected.
Reaching for the fastest lap time scares me but it is that kind of thing
you live to tell or..don't. Not so much of a fright but
thrilling and exciting at the same time.
We live to seek for that adrenaline rush to feel alive unless you’re one of those people who are as interesting as erasers go. Some find that rush of blood to the head in bungee jumping, skydiving and rock climbing while others in heights or skiing.
The love for cars is one of those things where you either get it or you don't and taking things to the limit is a deeper sort of connection. The kind of fix speed demons quest for, the kind that can only be satisfied when the limit is found. To go as fast as possible into a corner hoping to make it out at the other end just fine. The noun hope is an understatement.
As for the car, it'd be all good till talent runs out. Nothing matters more than that supply of both fear and excitement that makes us feel.. alive.