A career tinged with tragedy, racing Lauda and Hunt, and mentoring Michael Schumacher – our latest guest on the official F1 Beyond The Grid podcast is Jochen Mass, who opens up candidly about his remarkable life and career… 0:00 – Introduction
1:25 – Jochen’s blameless part in the 1982 crash which killed Gilles Villeneuve
4:10 – The crash later the same year which made Jochen quit F1
9:57 – Jochen’s early years in racing, arrival in F1 and his chaotic debut
12:50 – Mastering the fearsome Nürburgring Nordschleife
14:02 – Joining Emerson Fittipaldi at McLaren in 1975
19:29 – Jochen’s sole F1 win on a tragic day in Spain
23:30 – Racing with James Hunt at McLaren in 1976
27:30 – Nürburgring 1976: Jochen on course for victory before Lauda’s horror crash
32:32 – Tangling with Hunt in Canada 1977
37:44 – Why did Jochen turn down a drive at Williams just before they started dominating F1?
44:14 – What did Jochen teach Riccardo Patrese at Arrows?
46:29 – Jochen on the driver strike at the 1982 South African Grand Prix
50:01 – What was a young Michael Schumacher like as a sportscar teammate?
54:03 – Was Heinz-Harald Frentzen actually quicker than Schumacher?
55:40 – Jochen career-defining advice for Michael after a drive in Prost’s Williams
1:00:23 – Jochen’s advice to Schumacher on racing bikes and his F1 comeback
1:03:49 – The things Jochen would do differently in his own career
1:08:41 – Jochen on his sportscar teammates, Ickx and Belloff
1:14:00 – Jochen’s unexpected part in a road safety campaign in Brazil
1:15:16 – Summing up Jochen’s life in racing
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