Au Nom du Père

Miguel Duhamel is the AMA's most successful race track rider with 86 wins in all categories to win eight championships, including the Super Sport class in a row. 10 consecutive wins; another record! He is also the only rider to have won the Superbike championship and the Super Sport championship the same year in 1995. Duhamel is not just a machine to win, it is a machine, quite simply. His training has always been maximum and he never left anything to chance. He especially always gave everything. He ran hurt several times. He even did it only a short time after an ugly fracture of the femur. The doctors even wanted to amputate it.

 

Duhamel had then chosen the bone graft and a few months later, in March 1999, he was in Daytona, walking with difficulty, but ready to race. During this incredible bike week in Daytona, Miguel won two races including the 58th edition of the Daytona 200, which he won for the third time. He will then add two more wins in the most prestigious motorcycle race in North America for a total of five. Only Scott Russel has as much as he does.


The Director - Stéphane Paquin

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Director : Stéphane Paquin

Producer : RDS - EPI Productions

Category : Feature Film in Competition

Length : 53 minutes

Country : Canada (Québec)