Keiichi Tsuchiya is not just any 60-year-old man from Japan. He might be faster than you when he's behind the wheel of a car.
He had finished second overall at Le Mans and has won a number of national championships.
He started out as a street racer and eventually transitioned organized motorsports. On top of all of that, he has worked as a stunt coordinator on a lot of television shows and film projects, such as the"Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift".
A hardcore automobile enthusiast might know him better by his nickname, The Drift King (DK).
Tsuchiya is well known for sliding a car around a track, or a twisting mountain road. That's why Pagani has offered him a seat of one of its multi-million dollar car for an upcoming event.
The car "DK" will be toying around is a Pagani Huayra BC, and the event is the World Time Attack Challenge.
The car will be on display at the venue in Sydney. On Friday and Saturday of the event, Tsuchiya will take the car out on the circuit for a few high-speed runs.