@Triedaq. FDLOL. Too funny.
Nope, not me. I was taught to ease off ahead of a curve then accelerate through it.
Hitting a curve too fast and braking while in it can be disasterous. I see regular proof as my house is on a hill overlooking a very badly banked sharp "S" curve on a steep hill. The ravine on the other side collects lots of vehicles, especially in wet or icy weather. Sadly, there are also occasional head on crashes.
I confess I would have liked to learn to drive a stick shift and have fun tackling winding twisty hilly roads that way. But with my arthritis I stick (pun intended) to my automatic tranny .... but still have fun on such roads! Even at moderate speeds such roads are fun.
In fact, a favorite hour long drive in the countryside nearby has just such crowned twisty curvy hilly roads I regularly cruise just to get away from the city rat race. It also was my test track for test driving cars when car shopping. I have to use interstate to get across the river, so test driving the route provides stop and go city traffic, interstate highway, then the real fun. By test driving the exact same route each time, it gave an excellent consistency for comparison of the vehicles.
Once in awhile a salesman insisted on accompanying me. It was fun to watch their growing disbelief at the route and how I was so comfortable driving it.