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Abdur Razzak

had a dream: to be a Formula 1 driver. When he was a kid, he won a couple of car races.

He had a certain dexterity behind the wheel.

But getting into a real car was difficult for the son of a tailor from a very poor village in Sylhet, a city in northeast Bangladesh.

What Abdur did achieve was to become the first member of his family to go to college.

He began to study Mechanical Engineering, but never finished his degree.

It was in 2016 when his cousin Kamal convinced him to

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