Nico Rosberg learns the Ferrari-owned Mugello circuit, venue of the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix – the first time the venue has hosted Formula 1, apart form occasional testing.
The 2016 F1 World Champion was using the Assetto Corsa version of the track which is not available in the F1 2020 official game yet.
This is what 2016 Nico Rosberg said in the video intro: “My next F1 Fridays episode! I was really looking forward to the Mugello F1 track – I’m testing it together with you.
“The speed in Mugello is phenomenal – we can look forward to an interesting 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix in Italy. Check out my in-depth analysis of the Tuscan GP Track – of course also showing how to master the top speed corners in Mugello!
“This time I started with a warm-up lap, followed by a hot lap and closing the track action in Mugello before sharing my analysis with you. Of course, closing the video by answering your F1 questions!”