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WATCH: Le Mans safety car driver catch save of the year!

Forget EURO 2016, former F1 driver Yannick Dalmas is destined to be a strong candidate for 'save of the season' with this beautifully controlled moment...
Forget EURO 2016, former F1 driver Yannick Dalmas is destined to be a strong candidate for 'save of the season' with this wild, yet beautifully controlled moment during Le Mans 24 Hours qualifying.

Better still, this was all performed in the Audi R8 safety car as the Frenchman negotiated a sodden La Sarthe circuit, torrential rain going on to scupper the final grid-forming session for the round-the-clock classic.

And for anyone that says 'give that man a Le Mans drive', it should be pointed out that the 54 year-old is a four-time Le Mans champion!

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by Ollie Barstow



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