David Coulthard, one of Scotland's heroes
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David Coulthard, one of Scotland's heroes

by Kohei Kanno
(Tokyo, Japan)

His helmet has been designed like the Scottish flag

His helmet has been designed like the Scottish flag

I'll just write about one of Scotland's heroes. His name is "David Coulthard." He was one of the most popular F1 drivers in the world. Incidentally, I have seen him at the Suzuka race track.

His most memorable episode is...Spring of 2000. Coulthard and his girlfriend were on board a private jet when it crashed. Although the pilot and copilot were killed, Coulthard and his girlfriend miraculously survived.

There was a race immediately after the accident, and he had handicap adverse conditions, but despite a broken rib he went into the superb 2nd place! It's so amazing!!!

Since then he has been called the Invincible Iron Man F1 pilot. He has never become a "World Champion," but is memorable and a popular driver.

He is one of "Scotland's heroes"!

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