Level 5 has really gone the distance to prove themselves on the track. Excellent footage, and it's interesting Scott Tucker should debate about how conservative he should be when driving. He is right of-course, it's the nature of the sport to be less conservative, but it's still refreshing to hear a driver stating that eagerness to win is also tempered with safety.
It's amazing how quickly a race can change. In less than a second, things can go from good to bad. Scott Tucker shows off his quick reflexes and steady thinking and safely walks away from what could have been a harmful situation. Always impressed to see drivers like this on the circuit.
Italians take racing quite seriously, so it's an honor for others from around the world, just to be invited to race. Scott Tucker and his team show a great deal of respect to other drivers, which I think is why they remain such a fan favourite around the world. We are always glad to see them race, even happier to see them avoid injury.
Luckily there were people available to make the necessary repairs so the team could get their car back in the race. Too bad on the red flag for Scott Tucker, but I suppose that's the nature of the beast. Since then, Level 5 has indeed lived to fight another day. Every experience, win or lose, makes them a greater team to watch and support.
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