Formula 1 at the real Nurburgring

Formula 1 at the real Nurburgring

To coincide with Michael Schumacher's Nordschleife F1 run with Mercedes this weekend, Gary Watkins caught up with a few drivers to find out what it was really like to race around the legendary 14-mile circuit

The old, monster Nurburging, which included the Nordschleife, was built in the 1920s and has played host to some of the sport's greatest races.

Considered by many to be the best circuit in the world, its F1 events now are limited to demonstrations like Michael Schumacher's Mercedes run this weekend. But what was it really like to race on?

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