and like many things, it's satisfying when you get it right.
This is pretty much entirely why I used to do things like H and T shifting when I owned a car that was suitable (and incidentally had a pedal layout that made it easy).
This is because I enjoy driving, and I enjoy the total immersion of the driving experience.
My mr2 was only a 1.6 so the actual speed was never that high, but the work required to keep the engine singing and maintain speed in a smaller car meant that it was all the more immersive an experience and incredibly satisfying when it all came together on a good bit of road.
And by "all coming together" I don't mean driving like a hooligan - I mean driving at pace, in a controlled manner where you are hyper-aware of all that's going on around you.
Probably some of the safest driving I've ever done.
Incidentally I tried to gently learn left foot braking once on the road, and decided it was definitely not something for me to learn in that environment!