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Definitions of sports cars often relate to how the car design is optimised for dynamic performance,[2][3] without any specific minimum requirements; both a Triumph Spitfire and Ferrari 488 Pista can be considered sports cars, despite vastly different levels of performance. Broader definitions of sports cars include cars “in which performance takes precedence over carrying capacity”,[4] or that emphasise the “thrill of driving”[5] or are marketed “using the excitement of speed and the glamour of the (race)track”[6] However, other people have more specific definitions, such as “must be a two-seater or a 2+2 seater”[7] or a car with two seats only.[8][9] In the United Kingdom, an early recorded usage of the “sports car” was in The Times newspaper in 1919.[10] The first known use of the term in the United States was in 1928.[8] Sports cars started to become popular during the 1920s.[11] The term was originally used for two-seat roadsters (cars without a fixed roof), however since the 1970s the term has also been used for cars with a fixed roof (which were previously considered grand tourers).[12] Attributing the definition of ‘sports car’ to any particular model can be controversial or the subject of debate among enthusiasts.[13][14][12] Authors and experts have often contributed their own ideas to capture a definition.[15][16][17][18] Insurance companies have also attempted to use mathematical formulae to categorise sports cars, often charging more for insurance due to the inherent risk of performance driving.[19][20] There is no fixed distinction between sports cars and other categories of performance cars, such as muscle cars and grand tourers, with some cars being members of several categories.[

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