As a mobility company, Toyota is also lending its engineering expertise to Paralympic athletes, who may require specialized equipment or utilize human guides when they compete. Prior to the Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, Toyota Racing Development (TRD) worked with three-time Paralympian and Team Toyota alpine skier Danelle Umstead and her husband and sight guide, Rob, at a North Carolina wind tunnel to provide engineering feedback on body positioning, drafting and speeds. And, looking ahead to the Beijing Games, TRD is collaborating with the U.S. Paralympics Alpine Skiing team to develop a sit-ski, which the team hopes to use in competition.