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Imagining a Modern-Day Formula 1 Race at the Nurburgring Nordschleife

When it was finally confirmed in March that the German Grand Prix was to be cut from the 2015 Formula One calendar, fans likely reacted in one of two possible ways. The first, and most widespread, reaction would have been one of despair. Despair that a mainstay on the schedule since 1960 had vanished. Despair that in an era of a four-time world champion from Heppenheim, a Wiesbaden-born title challenger and a championship-winning team from Stuttgart, the likes of Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Nico Hulkenberg and Mercedes would be denied the chance to compete on home soil. And despair that, at a time when F1 continues to disregard and desert its traditional homes in favour of experimenting with far-flung, new (but unenthusiastic) venues i...

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