Former Grand Prix driver Martin Brundle stepped back behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car at Snetterton as part of a feature for Sky Sports F1.
Brundle was joined by fellow pundit and former F1 driver Karun Chandhok and United Autosport's Zak Brown as the trio sampled cars driven by James Hunt and Niki Lauda, whose careers feature in the critically acclaimed film Rush, directed by Ron Howard and written by Peter Morgan.
'I first went to Formula 1 in the 60s,' said Brundle. 'But I remember the cars more from the 70s, they were so dramatic with the big, fat, wide rear wheels and were sliding around all the time. I remember peeping over the barriers at Silverstone and then at Brands Hatch and...
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