Wow, truly inspirational stuff here!
Gives me a new respect for the family.
Pretty cool documentary! It's amazing that Nick could drive at that level given the fact that he had been in a wheel chair on and off for so many years. What's more amazing is the fact that he would get back in the car after rolling it! I like what Lewis said about being scared of going into high speed sectors of the track that intimidate you. "You just have to go even faster that you have gone before to get over the fear".
Cool vid. My respect for Hammie has gone up a few notches, and now I won't be annoyed when they keep showing Nick in the pitlane.
My son has mild CP. It only affects his left side, and he has progressed tremendously, but he still has mobility issues with his left leg, and he tires very quickly during exertion. Auto racing would be very draining on someone with CP. It is tough to know that my son won't be able to play in the regular sports leagues with the other kids, especially because he really likes hockey and football.