Schmitz revealed last year that she had been suffering from cancer since 2017. Her death, known as the Nürburgring Queen, has drawn praise from the BBC, the team behind Amazon. The Grand Tour, And the world of car racing.
maximum speed Executive producer Claire Beasy said, “Sabine was a popular member of the maximum speed The family and the casting team have since 2016, after she made her debut on the show in 2004, and everyone who has had the pleasure of working with her on the team is in shock at the news.
“Queen Nürburgring, Sabine radiates positive, she always wore her faint smile no matter how difficult things – she was a natural force for female drivers in the automotive world. Like everyone else who knows her, we will really miss her – Sabine was truly unique. Our thoughts with her partner Klaus who have always been to … Her side, which we have welcomed back to Danzfold many times, and her family in Germany. “
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else maximum speed Personalities remembered Schmitz, including Jeremy Clackson, who tweeted:
Shocking news about Sabine Schmitz. Such a person sunny and full of beans.
Jeremy Clarkson (@ JeremyClarkson) March 17, 2021
Current presenter Paddy McGuinness added:
It gave me pointers on how to drive a Ferrari so fast and chased me into a sprint. Brilliantly insane and amazing human! Great RIP Sabine Schmitz. pic.twitter.com/awtbOnMD90
– Paddy McGuinness 💙 (PaddyMcGuinness) March 17, 2021
Co-host Chris Harris said:
Rest in peace, wonderful, strong and fun person. pic.twitter.com/nwXgBwZsbE
Chris Harris (@harrismonkey) March 17, 2021
Former presenter James May added, “I never thought that car makers should be in the ring, but I always thought Sabine Schmitz should be, and it will be. Bad news.” Richard Hammond said: “Very sad to hear of the death of Sabine Schmitz, the legend of correct leadership that many will unfortunately miss.”
Although it appeared maximum speed Numerous times over the years, it has been synonymous with hosting Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc hosting the BBC Studios car brand since 2016. It has been known for making its passengers sick due to the speed at which it drove.
Schmitz grew up in her parents’ hotel just meters from the legendary Nürburgring track and has spent her life surrounded by cars and races. She became the first woman to win the prestigious Nürburgring 24 Hours race in 1996.
Sunday episode of maximum speed It will be devoted to Schmitz.
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