Quadriplegic driver makes Goodwood Festival racing debut
Former IndyCar driver Sam Schmidt was paralysed from the shoulders down in a racing accident in 2000.
Now, 21 years later, he is making his debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed in a semi-autonomous car that is controlled with head movements for turns and "sip-and-puff" control for acceleration.
Mr Schmidt founded and co-owns the Arrow McLaren SP, which has won 12 IndyCar races.
In 2013, he partnered with a team of engineers at Arrow Electronics with the goal of getting him to drive a racing car again.
Produced by Katie Inman
Filmed and edited by David Cheeseman