13 Life Lessons From Legendary Race Car Drivers

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On self-determinism:

1. «My grandfather always told me that it is no good lying on a hospital bed saying, ‘I had the right of way.'»
Nigel Mansell, 1992 World Champion (pictured above giving Ayrton Senna a lift)

2. «If you don’t come walking back to the pits every once in a while holding a steering wheel in your hands, you’re not trying hard enough.»
Mario Andretti, 1978 World Champion

3. «Suddenly the steering wheel was in my hands. I tried to put it back on, but it was too late. I was just wondering where I was going to end up.»
Kimi Raikkonen, 2007 World Champion

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