Sports/performance cars = Italy or Germany (Italy for the more high end cars, Pagani, Ferrari, Lamborghini)
Efficiency wise though it's Japan, most reliable, most cost effective, generally best gas mileage etc. Japanese companies make some good ass sports car too (my personal faves) but coming out of the factory they're nothing compared to a high end Porsche, Ferrari or even BMW in terms of performance unless you're talking about the GTR.
You have a first gen or 2nd gen one? Heard the first gen ones maintenance wise were awful, like you would have to consistently redline the engine to keep the rotaries from clogging or w/e. The 2nd generation ones were supposedly superior in that aspect I thought but I could be wrong.
Always loooved the sound of a rotary opposed to a normal piston engine tbh.
Would probably end up choosing between a bunch of JDM cars bc i've always liked Japanese sports cars, would bet anything it would end up being between a Mazda RX-8, RX-7, Subaru BRZ, Nissan 370Z (if I had 50k to blow probably the Nismo edition), a Mitsubishi Evo (probably an Evo 9 bc I'm not a huge fan of the 10) and maybe even a Nissan R34 Skyline although they are illegal here in the US and vary greatly in price range.
Would probably end up being a coin flip between an RX-8 (roughly $25k), RX-7 ($25-40K) and if possible an R34 (40K+)
both dude, work hard on maximizing your grades on tests, quizzes, homeworks, etc. as much as possible. would also say meeting new people you wouldn't think to be friends with is another thing you should take advantage of, high school isn't a time to be shy... People who work hard on grades and are friendly to pretty much everyone are the ones who are looked up to if that's the type of person you want to be
Would say but i'm pretty sure he's already involved in a few sports at his school so he's not gonna have a problem with that