The Inside Line looks at why the job facing Max Verstappen is an even more daunting one than any young driver has faced before
With the slow four weeks of the summer break finally coming to an end, ESPN looks forward to the resumption of hostilities at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix
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Other than Nico Rosberg this season, has any German driver apart from Michael Schumacher ever won the German Grand Prix?
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Featured Race 1979 Belgian Grand Prix
This race was a tale of two Ferraris: Jody Scheckter claimed his first race win for the Prancing Horse in the year he would win the title, while team-mate Gilles Villeneuve wowed the crowd after storming from last to third after an early tangle with Clay Regazzoni. Villeneuve was only denied a memorable podium when his Ferrari ran out of fuel 300 yards from the line.
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Featured Driver Jos Verstappen
Verstappen entered F1 in 1994 as Michael Schumacher's team-mate at Benetton after JJ Lehto suffered an injury, a year in which he survived a pit fire in Germany and took his two career podiums. However, he never lived up to his early promise during frustrating stints at the likes of Simtek, Arrows and Stewart. Verstappen's son Max is due to race for Toro Rosso in 2015.