The greatest German GP driver before Schumacher

1935 Eifelrennen, NurburgringRudolf Caracciola, acknowledged master of the circuit and of changeable conditions, had been caught unawares. But how could he have known? For this was a bolt from the blue – and the grey. In a single lap – the seventh of 11 – of the world’s most challenging track, of which he had no racing experience be it on bikes or in cars, Bernd Rosemeyer had gained … Keep reading

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