In Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle's masterpiece on the topic of virtue and ethics, the great Greek philosopher describes a virtue as being the "golden mean" between two vices. Bravery, for example, is situated even between cowardice and rashness; it is wrong to both cower in fear at every threat, and to run headfirst into all of them without considering the consequences of one's actions. This concept dominated my mind, as it wrapped around my time on track with Aston Martin's newly upgraded sedan, the Rapide S. Let me explain.