The owner of this STI engine-swapped Subaru Forester doesn’t have the use of his legs, but he still hustles his car around canyons and track days. Watch him explain how it’s done, and see well-practiced car reviewer Matt Farah give the hand controls a shot for the first time.
How do you race without the use of your legs? Pro Mazda racer Michael Johnson started racing motorcycles when he was four, but was forced to change plans after a dirt track accident left him paralyzed below the waist. Now he’s the first and only paralyzed racer licensed by IndyCar, and here’s how he drives his car.
Meet Rob Parsons. A dirt bike crash broke his back, his tibias, his fibias, his femurs, and sent a rib through his lung. That didn't stop him.
"I think we can do this and not die."
There's no question that the Nissan GT-R is one of the most capable performance cars on sale today. But what's cooler than a regular GT-R? A GT-R with hand controls.