Leh Keen may not be a household name, yet. He's the driver whose heroics caused major sphincter-clenching among those who saw his Nürburgring 24 performance in the rain on Driver's Eye this week. Here he is.

Keen, a championship GT racer, appeared with Leo Parente on this week's /SHAKEDOWN to talk about his career and that wet-weather lap of the Green Hell that's made more than 100,000 laptop pilots soil their "fire suits" (aka pajamas).

"I love moments like that," Keen says of getting the opportunity to race in the dark, wet conditions during his overnight stint at this year's Nürburgring 24, "it brings everything you have as a driver out of you."