If there's only one video you watch today, let it be this. On the weekend when Ferrari celebrated their 1,000th Grand Prix, the Italian squad dusted off one of their most iconic cars - Michael Schumacher's seventh-title-winning F2004 - and handed the cockpit to his son Mick, for a high-speed (and we mean high-speed) demo run around Mugello.

    With cameras mounted on the nose and facing the driver, you can enjoy a unique perspective of one of the most spectacular laps on the calendar. And the noise. Oh that sweet noise...

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