IJsbrand Chardon drove his Netherlands team through the water at The Head of The Lake obstacle during the driving marathon on Saturday. Chardon's start was pushed back after it was discovered someone had slashed the seats in his carriage. There was also concern that someone might have tampered with the brakes.
IJsbrand Chardon drove his Netherlands team through the water at The Head of The Lake obstacle during the driving marathon on Saturday. Chardon's start was pushed back after it was discovered someone had slashed the seats in his carriage. There was also concern that someone might have tampered with the brakes.
IJsbrand Chardon drove his Netherlands team through the water at The Head of The Lake obstacle during the driving marathon on Saturday. Chardon's start was pushed back after it was discovered someone had slashed the seats in his carriage. There was also concern that someone might have tampered with the brakes.

Driver foils sabotage, wins marathon despite vandalism

October 10, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 09, 2011 03:57 AM

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