Almost every road racing driver I know concedes that rally drivers are some of the most amazing of all - constantly on the edge.
And they do it over all kinds of surfaces, all the time trying to keep the car at maximum attack and the exit speed as fast as possible.
How do they do it? For our latest video, we asked a group of the world's best rally drivers for their secrets.
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