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Why race single-seaters when you could be dodging boulders?

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Twenty-one year old Gus Greensmith, from Manchester, England, seemed set for a golden career in racing.  At international karting level he was right there with drivers like Charles Leclerc and Ben Barnicoat...but then there was that Saturday in mid-January, 2013, when he watched Sebastien Loeb win in Monte-Carlo.  Suddenly he was hooked - and today he's driving WRC2 with M-Sport, sharing rest halts with Sebastien Ogier, peering through the the fog at 220kph and dodging stray rocks on blind fifth-gear corners.  He finished second in Mexico - and backed that up with another P2 in Argentina

 

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Duration 03:23
Posted May 8, 2018
Series WRC