I suggest that all pilots review the accidents in SportStars at the NTSB Aviation Accident Report site. Enter "Evektor" for the Make and press ENTER. You will find nearly all accidents are in some way related to wind, improper use of rudders or overcontrolling pitch, and canopy opening (which has been corrected).
The only fatal accidents were one of

1) A Stall-Spin accident at 8,000 feet Density Altitude in an overloaded plane.

2) A CFIT Accident (controlled flight into terrain) in instrument weather conditions.

3) Canopy opening due to improper latching.

Each of these was pilot error and easily avoidable.
The SportStar is a very safe airplane.