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How Dakar Toyota Racers Sort Out Nature’s Call

Well, this is a question everyone is eager to ask a racing driver - “what do you do when you have to take a leak?”
Toyota Dakar Driver 1 photo
In a normal race, there should be no problem, anyone can hold for 10-20 laps. But when you are in an endurance race, the whole thing gets serious.

Of course, being in a 24 Hours Le Mans race, you have the luxury of pulling into the pits at some point, let the other driver in and then you can go to the bathroom, eat and do whatever you like.

But racing through the hot desert, where you need to drink a lot of water, means a lot of sweat and some occasionally peeing. And no, you can’t just stop in the middle of nowhere and drain the dragon next to a cactus, as this will cost you a lot of precious time.

So how are you supposed to relieve yourself and continue the race at the same time? Well, Toyota Dakar racing drivers will tell you more in the video bellow.



 
 
 
 
 

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