Sir Chris Hoy: 200mph at Le Mans

2016
59:00

October 9, 2016

Expired 4.0 15 x
After London 2012, having become the first British Olympian to win six gold medals, track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy retired. But having spent 20 years at the top of his sport, Chris isn't about to settle for a quiet life. Instead, he swaps two wheels for four to pursue his boyhood dream of competing in the world's toughest endurance motor race, the Le Mans 24 Hours. We follow Chris as he attempts to prove himself on the race track as he has in the velodrome. By early 2016, he is poised to join the ...
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