So you have 400 or so horsepower. That doesn't mean you have to go 100 mph on the road. The speed limit is the speed limit, no matter if you're driving a 5.0 or a buick.
I do believe though that we should have more driving training in general. The government keeps wanting to making kids keep their permits longer and/or wait longer to get your permit. That's not necessarily the answer. In my state, at least, you have to go to a class that's several hours long that just basically tells you not to speed. Most kids don't even read the driver's manual, they can pass the test on common sense alone. There should be a class or classes that teach driving skills to make sure kids know what's in the driver's manual and then some. Such a class would be much better than a boring no speeding class that you daydream through.
That said, there was a particular vehicle in the military (I forget what it was called) that had a problem with rollovers. The army set up a speed limit on this vehicle, which only resulted in our boys not being allowed to floor it and some of our boys getting killed in the process. So, the army then tried to actually teach the drivers to drive at high rates of speed in these things and had great results (rollovers decreased by something like 90%).
Furthermore, I will admit that the young are more likely to take risks. I will also admit that young drivers lack experience. However, that does not mean that all of us are out road racing and going 100 mph all the time. I, personally, have never been in a street race, have not been above 80 mph on a public road, and I go the speed limit. It really does depend on one's maturaty level.