Yes, also known as the Saab MFI-15 Safari and the MFI-17 Supporter.
The Danish military version was known as the T-17 (or rather is so known ... since it's still in use as a trainer and used by the Royal Danish Airforce "Baby Blue" display team).
I must admit I only came by this impressive knowledge by watching parts of this video of the 2019 RAF Cosford Air Show.
The video is a full record of a live stream (6.5 hours!!) but the Danish T17 team can be seen in action starting from 2:28:00 for about 10 minutes.
Again, someone stirred the pot and woke this thread up so I'll continue the game. The red and white racer is a 1931 Mercury S-1 Racer (on loan from Mercury Aircraft to the Glenn H. Curtiss Aviation Museum, Hammondsport, NY .)
The next one is named after its designer. It may have been influenced by one or more other designs, but there is no reference to such in its profile.