The above video will show that my car survived the three days in hell without much damage. I investigate the reasons for my steering going off - and the answer is found. The two pictures below will guide you to the answer - but take a look at the video. I am really satisfied with how the car ran, because it's a pleasure to go in a car that is prepared well, and all the work that Steffen Madsen has done may have been expensive, but it is really worth-while when the car has to perform far away from home.
The precise and light steering is actually one of the main distinguishing qualities of the Giulietta, and it helps a lot on track. But it also helps to know the track. And to know the track you have to get instruction for each corner as well as get general instruction on how to drive race tracks. And then you need to go and practice ... or you can just go by trial and error. The Nürburgring is a track where you have to wait, wait ... and turn in really late, if you want to conserve speed. But it can be dangerous and expensive to use the trial and error method, so it makes sense to listen to experienced guys - or to take a class, like the Scuderia Hanseat Fahrer Lehrgang. The line will make you go fast - with less effort. That's true for most tracks, but for the Nordschleife it makes a huge difference.