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Topic - Anthony Davidson
Toyota is facing an uphill struggle to prevent champions Audi from again winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend.
Far removed from the opulence of an NBA arena's luxury boxes and $1,000 courtside seats, a green asphalt court is flanked by hard metal bleachers and a chain-link fence.
"I think we surprised some people as we are so close to pole position," Davidson said. "I actually still think that we have a stronger race car than a qualifying car. Le Mans is a very tough race but if we have no problems, if all is going well, we can be on the podium."
"When they pulled out, it left all of us without a drive, relatively late into the racing year," said Davidson, who finished fourth aboard a Peugeot last year. "I had nothing at the end of January and got in touch with Toyota and, luckily, here I am."