Most dedicated driver ever?

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We saw this video nearly a year ago, but thought its worth posting.

Most of you will probably know how the Nissan Deltawing’s Le Mans last year was cruelly ended by Audi. But not many know of Satoshi Motoyama’s attempts to try and fix the Deltawing. As per Le Mans guidelines if your car breaks down while on track you aren’t allowed any help, you have to keep all your race gear on, but are allowed tools and advice from the other side of the track fencing.

For 2 hours Satoshi tried to get the car in a drivable condition so he could limp back to the pits. This video shows passion, dedication, and the human spirit at its best!

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