Racers Never Quit!

If you have ever been put under anesthetics you probably know that when you wake up, you don’t remember anything that happened while you were under.  Well the same holds true for Matt, and avid Autoblog reader, who recently had to have his Wisdom Teeth taken out.  I assume one of the nurses is filming the video below from her phone or something similar.  While he is knocked out cold by the anesthesia, he appears to be shifting gears with his right hand as well as shifting with his feet.  you are really just going to have to watch this one, explanations just can’t do justice for this.   I will tell you though, this video is hilarious!

As for Matt, he has no recollection of this happening.  However, you have to give him credit for his great technique of heel-toe downshifting.  If you look real close, you will see that he did miss a gear, and everyone is pretty unanimous that this “miss” probably cost him the race.

I think I’m going to try and go for a race myself.  I think I need a nap anyway right about now.  Maybe take a spin in the New 2011 Chevrolet SS Camaro, or should I take the Corvette ZR1 out?

Check out the video below.

Thanks to Autoblog.com for sharing.

by Brad Troedel

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