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Paddock Postcard from Austria

Formula One racing’s return to Austria proved a major success and the changes that owner Dietrich Mateschitz has made to the Red Bull Ring circuit were very well received. One of the most popular aspects was a brace of Legends Parades in which all of Austria’s surviving F1 racers were united in a demonstration in historic F1 cars. Niki Lauda handled a 1976 Ferrari 312T2; Helmut Marko a 1972 BRM P160B; Gerhard Berger a 1988 Ferrari 88C; Karl Wendlinger a 1995 Sauber C14 (which had engine problems); Alex Wurz a 1998 Benetton B198; Hans Binder a 1976 Williams FW05; Dieter Quester a 1974 Surtees TS16; Patrick Friesacher a 2005 Minardi PS04 and Christian Klien a 2005 Red Bull RB1....
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