For his third guest podcast, Steven Roy reads his previously published post telling the fascinating story of Bernd Rosemeyer, a figure of importance in F1 history.
"Some drivers slide under the door of grand prix racing unnoticed and after serving a respectable apprenticeship get promoted into top drives. Some like Kimi Räikkönen fly through the junior formulae so quickly that they can only be granted a license to compete on a probationary basis. One man never drove a race car of any description before he drove a grand prix car and died a legend less than 3 years after his debut with his entire motor racing career lasting less than 1,000 days...."
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