Let's add another: how many people will just relegate driving a car to the fact of moving fast from one place to another? How many potential driver champions will be lost, because they aren't aroused by a father whose driving style is more sport-oriented?
Well, the possible lack of next generation race drivers is probably not the issue with the highest priority here
However, it's surprising to see or experience how much car technology has made progress in the last decades. I happen to have a fairly old summer car (a classic Rover Mini) which has no driving aids at all (not even a brake servo unit). I attended a safe driving training with it, and it was eye-opening to see how many possible threats you don't even have to worry about in a modern car anymore... like breaking heavily on slippery underground under just one side of the car. Modern cars just break, while I started spinning in my tiny car like a carousel almost immediately, without any chance to react or avoid it.