Second on this week’s return of the ‘My Greatest Race’ series, Nico Hulkenberg looks back at his best race of his career.

When discussing the greatest races and best moments by different drivers and across numerous disciplines, sometimes deciding a definitive answer can be impossible to agree on. So we tried to settle any debates once and for all by getting the drivers themselves to answer one key question: What is your greatest race?

With 177 Formula 1 race starts to his name and a Le Mans 24 Hours winner, Hulkenberg selects the race which shot him into F1 fame back in 2012.

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More news: F1 management furloughs staff, senior figures take pay cuts

Formula 1’s management body has put staff into furlough and asked most of its senior figures to take pay cuts as the coronavirus crisis continues to hit the sport.

Almost half of the F1 organising body’s staff have been placed into furlough by using the United Kingdom’s government scheme which will pay staff 80% of its wages during the postponement period.

F1’s key management, including CEO Chase Carey and motorsports head Ross Brawn, have also take pay cuts of around 20% as the sport adjusts to the delay to the 2020 season with no revenue coming in through races or other events for the foreseeable future.