In 2012, Frédéric Sausset scratched a finger on a vacation with his family. Not long after, he was fighting for his life because of a bacterial infection called purpura fulminans that ended up taking both his arms and his legs. The Frenchman wouldn’t let his disability stop a life-long motorsport dream and he set the highest possible goal; to compete in the ’24 Hours of Le Mans’ – one of the world’s oldest active motorsport events. Watch the inspirational video by The Great Big Story.
Race car driver with no arms and no legs
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