As the Formula 1 paddock sets up in Monaco, the late Niki Lauda is not far from anyone's thoughts following his death earlier this week. Inside the paddock, Edd Straw is joined by Giorgio Piola, who knew Lauda throughout his F1 career, to get a very personal account of what it was like to know the three-time world champion. Piola explains what made Lauda tick, and how his accident in 1976 changed him into a new person who was "even more wonderful than the first".
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|Episode title:||Why the 'second' Niki Lauda was even better than the first|