Just 2 minutes ago I pulled out in first gear shifted to second and my throttle stayed pegged to the floor, bouncing off the rev limiter the whole way. I have an entire out-door restaurant as a witness. The gas pedal was in the returned position and there wasn't any floor mat intervention. I had one foot firmly on the brake and one on the clutch. The engine was wide open bouncing off the rev limiter. All I could do was turn the key to off. I gave it a moment and restarted, only the have the engine pegged bouncing off the limiter. I sat for another few minutes and heard a spring loaded pedal click, only the pedal didn't move. Started this time as normal. When this happened I was at full throttle on a busy downtown street. Extremely dangerous and embarrassing to say the least midday on a Sunday. Greenville Lotus sold me the car with a bad master cylinder and slave cylinder and I have a video of the clutch pedal failing- this throttle pedal sounded the exact same- I had it immediately fixed by Lotus Atlanta. I just got the car back. Closest dealer is 400 miles away. What do I do?