How to drive your Le Mans car every day of the year
The 24 Hours of Le Mans - the holy grail of endurance racing. Where man and machine take to that hallowed track at Sarthe and push themselves to the limit, putting in lap after lap at the 13 mile circuit, for one of motorsport's ultimate crowns.
Japan - a land of street racing and ideas so radical that you never know what's going to hit you next.
Now combine the two. And what you get is this. A cast of characters who own Le Mans cars and drive them on the streets of Tokyo on a regular basis. Are they stark raving mad? Well, they don't seem to think so. For them, it's perfectly natural. After all, anything with four wheels simply must be driven flat out. Le Mans car or not!
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