"Truth in 24" chronicles the Audi Sport racing teams as they attempt to win a record fifth consecutive 24 Hours of Le Mans. The films gives viewers an unprecedented behind-the-scenes view ... See full summary »
"Truth in 24" chronicles the Audi Sport racing teams as they attempt to win a record fifth consecutive 24 Hours of Le Mans. The films gives viewers an unprecedented behind-the-scenes view of the strategies engineers and drivers use as they set out to make history against local favorite, Team Peugeot. "Truth in 24" rides alongside drivers Tom Kristensen, Allan McNish and Dindo Capello as they prepare for the 2008 24 Hours of Le Mans contest. Unlike any sports production, the film brings out all the drama and emotion of the 76-year old race and the people trying to win it. Written by
It is mentioned that 8 of the 9 drivers for Peugeot are former Formula 1 drivers. The 8 drivers are Jacques Villeneuve (1997 World Champion, 168 F1 entries with 11 wins), Alex Wurz (69 entries), Christian Klien (48 entries), Ricardo Zonta (38 entries), Marc Gene (36 entries), Pedro Lamy (32 entries), Franck Montagny (7 entries) and Stephane Sarrazin (1 race). Nicolas Minassian was the 9th driver who did not have any F1 experience. Interesting to note, barring Villeneuve, the remaining 7 drivers with the F1 license had an experience of 231 races without a single victory amongst them, as of April 2009. See more »
Himself - Driver - Le Mans Winner:
I personally do not believe in luck. I think luck is an excuse for people who have failed in their mission to do something. If you do your track ratio correct, if you do your work, if you think about things, if you make the correct judgments on the risks that you take and if you stay out of the pits - then you win the race. And that's not luck, that's hard work.
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