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A decade before the precocious Michael Schumacher rocketed to Formula 1 stardom, Germany's great hope was on a 24-year-old cocky driver called Stefan Bellof – blisteringly quick but something of a maverick – he joined the Rothmans Porsche factory team for the 1983 season. Expectations were mixed at Stuttgart where the highly rated youngster's temperament was questioned by some, but soon they realised their driver was a rough diamond and it was just a matter of time before he cracked it into the Formula 1 elite of the time. Early on he rewarded Porsche for their faith in him by delivering one of the greatest qualifying laps of all time, at the daunting Nurburgring Nordschleife,...
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