So, I recently purchased my '08 Exige to replace my unreliable track day car with the idea that it would be significantly less maintenance/have fewer issues and have been loving it so far. However, tonight on a spirited drive, I decided to see just how fast I could bring it to a stop from 80 mph by depressing the brake pedal to the floor (i.e. panic stop). The abs came on (as expected) and it seemed to stop very well. Then, a few miles later, I braked somewhat lightly turning onto my road and the abs seemed to come on (made a clunk in the front accompanied by a shutter in the pedal). Thinking i must have gone over a bump or some loose sand/gravel causing the ABS to actuate prematurely, i tried stopping again with light pedal pressure going straight and sure enough, same thing. When i got home, i bled the brakes and checked all the suspension components in the front end for damage/proper torque. everything appeared to be fine. i took it out again (after getting one or two bubbles out of the front calipers) and sure enough, same thing. It also seems to come on very unevenly as the car will pull slightly to either side (depending on how the abs decides to engage). Could it be the ABS pump? Maybe an ABS sensor is getting gummed up with brake dust? how do i go about diagnosing the issue? there is no ABS light on the dash. the car has less than 5000 miles on it and is bone stock. Thanks in advance for any help!!