Why go back to a 'fickle' and 'damaging' race?

Why go back to a 'fickle' and 'damaging' race?

Toyota's last-gasp disaster in 2016 has entered Le Mans 24 Hours legend already. How does a star driver still chasing a first Le Mans win cope with that memory with the 2017 race looming?

How would you deal with the crushing disappointment of losing the most important race in your world, the one you've chased more than any other, just three minutes from the chequered flag?

Anthony Davidson has been wrestling with that unhappy premise since the jaw-dropping final moments of Le Mans last year.

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