Girling stoss later admitted that he had tried to come back toooooo quickly.
His natural reactions weren't as quick ,he had to think about things, interesting to speculate what might have been if he had waited long for a comeback test.
Mercedes' answer to Prof Ferdinand Porsche from the 1930s to the 1960s. Development engineer, Rudi Uhlenhaut, was among the Greats of the motor industry, and could genuinely drive a Grand Prix car as quickly as any of the factory drivers.
The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is to host an exhibition of Andy Warhol's Merc artwork. It was just about his last work before he died. Images can be seen online for those of us who'd rather stay at home.
The 2.4 V8s were like mosquitos next to the 3.0 V10s. The amount of brain power being put into the V10s was extraordinary, particularly in metallurgy, ceramics and fuel composition. You could probably build a complete 2022 Ferrari for the price of one of Mr. Schumacher's pistons!
But for me, the early 3.5s provided the best symphony. Shrieking V12s, howling V10s and the chest thump you got from the V8s. Lovely stuff!
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