This Three-Year-Old Is AMAZING At Racing Video Games

This Three-Year-Old Is AMAZING At Racing Video Games
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In Finland, rally drivers start young.

Really young.

In fact this Finnish three-year-old is probably better at driving than you are. Thankfully he’s only playing Richard Burns Rally (with his dad doing the gears) and not tearing around a forest at 120 mph. But it’s still pretty clear if you watch this kid steering that he really knows what he’s doing.

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