F1 2020 – Eifel GP | Nico Rosberg | How to Master the Nürburgring F1 Track
Formula 1 returns to the Nürburgring this year. Its time for the Formula 1 Aramco Grosser Preis Der Eifel 2020, or let’s just call it the 2020 German F1 Grand Prix.
Utilizing the F1 2020 game by Codemasters as a demonstration tool, the 2016 Formula One World Champion Nico Rosberg jumps in the virtual Scuderia Ferrari SF1000 of Charles Leclerc, for an in-depth Track analysis of the Nürburgring GP circuit. As usual, Nico shares some interesting tips & tricks to best master the Nürburgring GP track performs a hotlap, and hosts a Fan Q&A session.
The Nürburgring’s story goes way back, all the way to the 1920s! Its home is in the town of Nürburg, Germany, and although it has weathered the decades of the past, it has come out intact and today has transformed into a vast motorsports complex with a capacity of over 150.000, with a fan-base that’s arguably one of the most dedicated and die-hard in the world of motorsports.
Among modern, well-known tracks, this Grand Prix track, which was built in 1984 and used for Formula One up to 2013, remains a great venue for modern racing. The Grand Prix is a very technical track that requires acute timing and precision. Its iconic sharp first section of turns is a real test of braking mastery.
The F1 2020 Seventy Edition game by Codemasters is available for the PlayStation4, Xbox One & Xbox One X, Windows PC (DVD and Steam), and Google Stadia.
The digital download PC versions of F1 2020 are available via Steam. The F1 2020 Seventy Edition can be purchased for 54,99€, while the F1 2020 Deluxe Schumacher Edition has a 69,99€ pricetag.
Official Webpage – www.formula1-game.com