Ten Things We Learned This Week
Traffic robots, Mustang pinball and James May erotica: it’s another weird week in the world of cars
Posted: 10 Feb 2014
Germany does not appear to be very good at ‘satire'
German ‘satirical magazine' Titanic prints a photo of Niki Lauda on its front cover, accompanied by the headline: "Exclusive - First Photo After The Accident - This Is How Badly It Affected Schumacher." Ahahaha-oh no, that's not funny at all, is it?
Oh, but there's more. The issue also featured a ‘fun and games' section to help parents explain Schu's accident to their kids. Our sides, they're splitting.
Lauda, unsurprisingly, is unimpressed. "I ask myself: ‘Who would print such a load of rubbish?'," the Austrian told the Daily Express.
Top Gear would like to say two things. One: keep fighting, Big Schu. We're rooting for you. Two: Titanic, you're a massive bunch of camshafts. Sort it out.