To be honest that was a very rough initial prototype I think it was called SE something and was built in shop by Abarth. The final S4 went through a few revisions before being banned a lot of those had to do with power and driveability which improved lag dramatically. From a technical standpoint the car was far better…
It’s also with mentioning that the US has several parallel healthcare systems which can’t possibly be that cheap to maintain:
Loving this series! It’s very well written and the accompanying media has been awesome.
You’re a tough dude, good luck but I doubt you’ll need it - you’re young, the disease is very beatable and you will, best thing to do is just this - keep on doing your thing because when you’re looking back on this shitty speed bump you’ll be glad you spent the time well and it’ll make for a better story. Hope you…
It’s been great reading your international co-driving tales thus far. As a fan of the WRC for many moons I envy your position tremendously. I wish you the best in regards to your treatment.
“You broke a halfshaft, but were able to repair it.”
Awesome articles! So it seems like I should move to Europe to make more money and get more opportunities for racing?
Alex, you are a damn inspiration my man. We miss you here in the US, but glad you are doing well over there. Your write-up was awesome to read and VERY informative. I have done quite a bit of travel internationally over the past couple years and have met people from all different places and all walks of life and…
No matter how many times I watch that I can’t fathom how he took that chicane at that speed
Go forth, and kick cancer’s butt.
This car is risen, too!