Broken suspension does not prevent win

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If in real life our vehicle mechanics imagine the importance of this in the world of racing. The slightest mechanical failure (or electric) You can lose all chance of winning a race.

2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship / Round 05, Hell, Norway / June 10-12 2016 // Worldwide Copyright: Colin McMaster/Ford Performance/McKleinExamples sure that you remember any would not? I comes to mind when a race Mikka Hakkinen lost Formula 1 in favor of Michael Schumacher by a mechanical failure in the last corners of the last lap. And almost better not to remember, but Carlos Sainz lost in the World Rally Championship 98 a 500 meters from the finish the last leg of the Rally of Wales.

Andreas Bakkerud AudiInstead, There have also been times where mechanical failed but the pilots have made it possible to win races miraculously. There are also examples of this, and today we will agree on one very spectacular. Norwegian driver Andreas Bakkerud Germany won the WRX 2016 right rear suspension broken from the beginning of the final round. The wheel was totally crazy, but the Norwegian managed to manage their advantage masterfully leading up to the checkered flag in first position.

An incredible performance that deserves to be set as an example that despite the adversities can get away from them, and applies to life. There goes the lesson:

Adrián Osés, Locos Engine.

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Author: Adrián Osés Motorsport enthusiast and Engineering, founder and editor of Mad Engine.