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Watch a pro drifter drive the Nissan Skyline.... with his feet

By Deeq on 19 May 2015 in Motorsports

You can't let a few setbacks dissuade you from trying to achieve your goals, and that's as true inmotorsports as anywhere else in life. If you want an inspiring example of someone who isn't letting adversity stand in his way, just check out professional drifter Bartosz Ostalowski. He doesn't have arms but still competes with one foot on the wheel.
 

It would be amazing to see someone drift a car using just a foot in any setting. However, the fact that Ostalowski is able to do that during competitions makes the feat even more impressive. To make drifting possible, his car is a custom modifiedR34 Nissan Skyline with an automatic transmission and a LS V8 from General Motors for power.

If you watch the video above, and somehow don't believe what Ostalowski does is possible, the clip shows another example of him at work. This one cuts between interior and exterior views of the same run.

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Written by Deeq
With intense love for cars and bikes since little, and passion for photography, Siddiq tries hard to bring cars to life on the screen, proving his worth as well as his passion for the job.



 
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