Lack of hands no barrier for Vikram Agnihotri, who wins 3rd place in Desert Storm Rally!
Meet 47-year-old Vikram Agnihotri, who is creating waves after winning third position at the Desert Storm Rally in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan! Agnihotri, who does not have hands, is from Indore. He is the first disabled person in Indore to get a driving license.
He is now all set to reach new heights after his terrific win.
Agnihotri, who drives with his legs, has been a passionate driver for many years. He drives even in difficult weather and road conditions. He drove from Bikaner to Jaisalmer, a distance of 1,200 kilometers in five days.
Agnihotri said he faced many difficulties, as the driving conditions were quite extreme. But he is not discouraged. In fact, he if looking forward to his next rally.
The next rally is the Raid de Himalayas Rally, which is on a hilly terrain.
Agnihotri and his navigator received a standing ovation when they were given a cash prize of Rs 15,000.
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