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Drive the Nürburgring in a 1967 F1 Racer

by Kenny Hoeschen

Follow Hubert Hahne around the historic Nürburgring Nordschleife in 1967 as he drives his 2.0-liter BMW-powered Lola around the circuit. And, as a bonus, you’ll probably improve your German if you pay attention. Actually, it’s surprisingly useful to have the commentator show the course map and what’s coming up then seeing it happen from the driver’s perspective.

To put things in a perspective, the fastest qualifying time in 1967 was done with an average speed of 105.598 mph while a road legal Porsche 918 Spyder did a record lap last year with an average speed of 112mph.

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