In a change to the usual Sidepodcast format, we're turning all Jackanory as Steven Roy reads you his previously published post. Some great history will come to life as Steven guides you through F1 stories that will surprise you.
Imagine if Rory Byrne, who designed the Ferraris that Michael Schumacher dominated F1 with, had found himself at Spa in 2003 with the latest Ferrari but without a driver. Now imagine that he decided with no drivers available he would test the car himself. Now stretch credibility to breaking point and imagine that he was as fast as Schumacher. Utterly impossible? Of course it is nowadays but once upon a time...
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