I have an '88 CRX DX with a B18A1 swap and Integra LS transmission. I was autocrossing with it this past weekend when I experienced a complete lack of response from the gas pedal after making a sharp turn. I was at the very beginning of the course, making the first sharp left turn while switching to 2nd gear when it happened. I pressed all the way down on the gas pedal, but the engine wouldn't rev. I let off the gas and pressed on it again several times, but no response. Even when I came to a complete stop, pressing the gas still would not prompt a response from the engine. The engine was still running around normal idle speed, it didn't stall or shut off. The check engine light did not come on. So, I got pushed off the course, parked it, turned off the engine, and then turned it back on. And magically it's back to normal. The engine responds to my pressing on the gas and seems fine. So, I got back on the course to try again and the same thing happened on the same turn. I coasted off course and once I came to a complete stop, I was able to get a response from the engine again, this time without turning the car off and back on. I was able to drive the car home from the autox without any issues. This issue has never happened before the autox and I am, so far, unable to recreate it. It almost seems like it was fuel starvation, but I had over 3/4 tank of gas so that doesn't sound right. Could it be the fuel pump or maybe a sensor that some how got switched off when I took a hard turn? I'm not even sure where to start looking for this one... Any ideas?