We’re riding along with Dean Fiore in his Nissan Altima for practice ahead of the 2019 Bathurst 1,000, and he’s on it immediately. Flying up and down through the gears with the car’s sequential ‘box, we can see his right foot dance, hammering down on the brake, blipping the throttle like a machinegun while punching the clutch with his left foot, then peeling away from the brake as he turns in to the corner and immediately getting his foot back on the gas. It’s mesmerising. It’s impressive, too, to see Dean brush the brake with is left foot before the braking zone, and watch him rest his left hand on his leg between corners while doing 150mph. The commentators talking us through the lap are superb, too. We could watch this all day.
Welcome to Goodwood Elevenses, a mid-morning helping of motoring-related amusement to help break up your day. Watch the last video: Throwing a go‑kart around Laguna Seca looks insane