Controversial reply coming up!
It is likely that there shall be some wear in your suspension and replacing bushes and dampers will be a worthwhile improvement.
However, if you wish to drive a reasonably fast car quickly and safely, take yourself to your nearest racing circuit and have some lessons from a properly qualified racing instructor. They will teach you how to "drive" a car rather than "operate" one at a sufficient level to pass a road driving test.
Learn about traction circles, weight transfer, etc. and how to balance a car through bends. The last thing you should do is unsettle a car whilst cornering by changing gear or braking as either will eventually see you visiting the scenery at a great rate of knots and if you are very lucky you may live to tell the tale!
If you persist in expecting traction control, stability control, sports suspension and fat tyres to compensate for poor driving technique e.g. "Try it first to second round a roundabout full throttle
" please do not involve any innocent passers by in your crashes and do not expect sensible Z drivers to be sympathetic to your "accident" because it wasn't one!