Podcast appearances and mentions of alex albon

Thai racing driver

  • 183PODCASTS
  • 407EPISODES
  • 47mAVG DURATION
  • 1EPISODE EVERY OTHER WEEK
  • Dec 31, 2022LATEST
alex albon

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about alex albon

Latest podcast episodes about alex albon

Extra Time with Peter Mujuzi
Was The Formula 1 2022 Season Alex Albon's Strongest Year Ever?

Extra Time with Peter Mujuzi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 3:15


Alex Albon claims that the F1 2022 season was his strongest year to date. This is his lowest point scoring season, so could he be deluding himself or has he got a serious case. In this episode I discuss 3 reasons why I think Alex Albon may be telling the truth.

Motorsport101
Episode #411: Formula 1 2022 Season Review Special

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 117:17


Welcome to the 2-hour long season review special! Cam, RJ and Dre look back on a genuinely interesting 2022 season and go team by team and evaluate their seasons and their future going into 2023. For Williams, Alex Albon was basically George Russell this season. And that's definitely a good thing. Goodbye Nicolas Latifi, you were genuinely a lovely bloke, it just didn't work out. And how will LS2 now hold up?! Haas is... interesting. In a bad way. You abandon the youth plan and the best young driver you've ever had... for Nico Hulkenberg. Not exactly inspiring for a team that's struggled to crack the Top 10 all season. Is Haas' experience just making up for lack of ambition?! AlphaTauri... fell off. Hard. Braking issues, poor reliability and it seemed to have an effect on their drivers, with Pierre Gasly jumping ship and Yuki Tsunoda still with something to prove. Will Nyck De Vries fill that void, or is he another stop-gap? Aston Martin started dreadful, got the "Green Bull" going and definitely improved. Vettel had a solid final season, Lance Stroll... not so much. Pissed some dudes off on the way too. Can this man ever get some spacial awareness? And can he and Fernando co-exist? Alfa Romeo scored 4 points all-season after Canada. Oooft. Bottas was still pretty good. More from Zhou needed? McLaren were just sort of there. Lando Norris carried them to a great individual season, but Daniel Ricciardo didn't exactly leave in a blaze of glory. Then you have Alpine, who went for the aggressive development plan with their power units... and it actually worked. Worked so well, Fernando left! Mercedes... had a disaster. Performance advantage that wasn't locked in for years after all. The porpoising did them in and sinking to third wasn't ideal. But, they still gained one bright spark in the rise of George Russell! Oh, and keep an eye out for Cam, the tearing apart of Ferrari's season is highlight reel listening. Stick around for the Motorsport101 Awards Show next week!

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
2022 F1 Season Review & Quiz - Part 1

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 77:52


This week on the Cut to the Race Podcast, host Oli and his panel of Abby, Sam and James M tackle the first half of the 2022 season review. In this episode, it's the bottom seven teams from Constructors' Championship and their drivers. Who exceeded expectations, who failed to deliver, and what can we expect from their respective 2023s? Quiz '22 This week's quiz is all things 2022. How closely was the panel paying attention this season, as they try to count everything from drivers to retirements and list the calendar in order?  The battle for P4 An intense fight between the two was somewhat overshadowed by internal dysfunction. McLaren started terribly, but quickly recovered. Well, half their line-up did, at least… Alpine were quick from the get-go, but were plagued by poor reliability. Well, half their line-up was, at least… Personnel changes for next season will see shifts in team dynamic, but will they continue their fight for best of the rest? A tale of two teams Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin had divergent seasons yet converged at 55 points apiece. Alfa took a step forward, whilst Aston took a step back. Valtteri Bottas was a revelation Alfa, but how did his rookie teammate fare? A surprisingly slow start for Aston made way for a resurgent Sebastian Vettel, who provided his own summer surprise. Did Haas flatter to deceive? After an abysmal 2021 season, the only way was up for Haas. With Nikita Mazepin sacked during the off-season, Kevin Magnussen shocked and delighted in equal measure with P5 on his return to F1 at the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. Exciting early season form eventually tailed off, but Mick Schumacher remained costly for the team. KMAG dovetailed the campaign with feel good performances, whilst Schumacher peaked mid-year. That wasn't enough to save him, as Magnussen's old foe replaces Mick for 2023. Falls from grace Perhaps the teams most disappointed with 2022 will be AlphaTauri and Williams – though admittedly, that's to be expected as they finished P9 and P10. AlphaTauri ran Haas close, but Pierre Gasly was unable to extract as much from the car as he did in previous years. Yuki Tsunoda took a step forward, or so it seemed, but struggled after securing his future for 2023, when Gasly will enjoy pastures new. Can his replacement, Nyck de Vries, deliver on the promise of his Monza cameo? Williams might have provided that opportunity to De Vries, but it's Logan Sargeant who has benefitted from a changing of the guard there. He replaces Nicholas Latifi, whose season never really got going. He partners Alex Albon, who was a bright spot in an otherwise frustrating season that saw Williams fall back to the foot of the standings. -- Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News @ www.formulanerds.com -- Follow Us: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds Twitter - www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds -- For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities:- Email Business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

F1 Nation
15 for Max, Charles seals 2nd, Seb says goodbye – Abu Dhabi GP review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:00


A dominant Max Verstappen win – in Abu Dhabi and in 2022 as a whole. The World Champion signed off in style, and behind him there's plenty to talk about. Tom Clarkson, Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill round up the season finale and Verstappen's victory. Ferrari sealed 2nd in the Drivers' and Constructors' Championship, and test driver Marc Gene sets out the team's targets during the off-season. Otmar Szafnauer celebrates Alpine securing P4 in the Constructors' Championship and talks Gasly, Ocon and Alonso. At Mercedes, George Russell, Toto and Susie Wolff set their sights on a stronger 2023. We pay tribute to Sebastian Vettel at his final race and consider the future for F1's other outgoing drivers, Daniel Ricciardo, Nicholas Latifi, and Mick Schumacher. Alex Albon looks back at the 2022 season and the drivers' dinner in Abu Dhabi, plus we get an update on his golfing skills.   This episode is sponsored by: NordVPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal at nordvpn.com/f1nation. Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Rocket Money: Get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/NATION. Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year.

F1 Nation
George wins! Are Mercedes back? Sao Paulo GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 62:48


An amazing first F1 win for Russell. Drama at Red Bull. Clashes at Alpine. History for Haas. The Sao Paulo GP weekend had everything! Tom Clarkson gets reaction from George and hears how staying calm kept him ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Then Tom, Damon Hill and Lawrence Barretto ask Mercedes engineering chief Andrew Shovlin the secrets of George Russell's first victory and whether the Silver Arrows can win again in Abu Dhabi? What's behind Red Bull's Team Radio drama and why did the World Champions fall behind Ferrari in Brazil? At Alpine, Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer gives a brutally honest review of the clashes between the team's drivers. Pierre Gasly explains why he'll be racing hard to the very end of 2022 with AlphaTauri, and Alex Albon reflects on a frustrating weekend for Williams. Plus, Haas are celebrating an historic weekend, but who'll be driving for the team next season? This episode is sponsored by: Athletic Greens: get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase, just visit athleticgreens.com/f1nation LinkedIn Jobs:  find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at linkedin.com/F1NATION. Terms and conditions apply. NordVPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal at nordvpn.com/f1nation. Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!

F1: Beyond The Grid
Nicholas Latifi: limits, lessons + leaving F1

F1: Beyond The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 64:24


 A chapter is closing, but Nicholas Latifi is ready to open up. In three difficult F1 seasons, the Canadian has dealt with defeats, disappointment and being dropped by Williams. As he prepares to leave the sport at the end of 2022, Nicholas tells Tom Clarkson about the challenges and frustrations he continues to face.  In deep detail, he explains why he struggles to show his speed on the racetrack, how his ‘weaknesses' behind the wheel have been ‘exposed', and why he's often unable to match the achievements of his teammates. He's quick to praise George Russell, Alex Albon and Nyck De Vries, his one-time teammate and former F2 championship rival, as well as his Williams team for supporting him. He points to performances he's proud of which sometimes passed unnoticed and remembers times he came close to impressive results. Now, Nicholas is looking to his future. He reveals what's driving his decision on where to continue his race. Related episodes: Alex Albon  George Russell Nyck De Vries Jost Capito, Williams CEO This episode is sponsored by:  Rocket Money: get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/GRID. It could save you HUNDREDS per year. Santander: CountdownToZero is a global competition for startups and scale ups looking for solutions that help the motor sport world become a more sustainable place. Ideas improving logistics or transport within the sport, projects aimed Net Zero mobility or that help offset the carbon footprint.  Check out the winners at santander.com

The Switchback F1 Podcast
The Switchback F1 Podcast - Episode 87: Line in the sand (Mexico City Grand Prix review)

The Switchback F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 111:07


Graham and Luke return to talk all things F1 after the Mexico City Grand Prix. A bit of shite talk to start before we talk: Audi's collaboration with Sauber (6:54) Fernando Alonso's penalty being overturned, F1's race direction, and the precedents for unsafe cars going forward (16:45) Red Bull's punishment for cost cap breach, why they took the ABA and the fallout from it all (27:18) Colton Herta's new IndyCar deal and what it may mean for his future (47:29) Moving onto the race itself... How strategy cost Mercedes a chance of victory (50:08) Max Verstappen's record-breaking 14th win of the season (67:03) Sergio Perez's home grand prix (70:59) Daniel Ricciardo's best race of the season (77:16) Valterri Bottas back in the points (82:47) Fernando Alonso's frustrations boiling over (84:34) Alex Albon's drive from the near back of the grid (90:18) Pierre Gasly nearing a race-ban (91:50) Ferrari's mediocre weekend (94:29) Haas, Zhou and Tsunoda (96:00) Aston Martin's surprising drop in pace (98:07) Verstappen boycotting Sky Sports (99:57) The worst race of the F1 season (108:27)

F1 Nation
Red Bull's double for Dietrich – US GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 51:29 Very Popular


On an emotional weekend, Red Bull Racing added the 2022 F1 Constructors' Championship to Max Verstappen's Drivers' crown. Team Principal Christian Horner tells Tom Clarkson about one of Verstappen's most impressive victories, and explains why this win means so much to the team as they mourn the loss of the team's co-founder and owner Dietrich Mateschitz. Then on a walk through the paddock, Tom, Formula 2 champion and Aston Martin reserve driver Felipe Drugovich and journalist Diego Mejia bump into Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Alex Albon and Mick Schumacher to hear the inside story of their races. Plus IndyCar champion Alex Palou, fresh from driving for McLaren in Friday practice, talks about his future plans.

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Round 18 - The F1 Japanese Grand Prix Review 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 92:25


On this week's Cut to the Race Podcast, James is joined by Abby and Grace for their review of the Japanese Grand Prix. Formula One headed to Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix, which was a race of two halves with a red flag session in between. With a lot to unpack, the panel discuss the events leading up to Max Verstappen being crowned World Champion of 2022. With mixed conditions in the free practice sessions, the weekend was looking to be quite the show with the focus on Pierre Gasly and Nyck de Vries, who have confirmed F1 seats for 2023. The trio talk about their moves before diving into Qualifying, which saw some unexpected performances from the likes of Sebastian Vettel and some close calls for Charles Leclerc. The topic of conversation then moved on to the Grand Prix. The panel talk about the opening lap chaos that saw Carlos Sainz and Alex Albon retire, and a very close call for Vettel, before dissecting the incident regarding Gasly and a tractor being on track. After sharing their own views and those of other drivers, the trio then review the 40-minute-or-so Grand Prix that many on-track battles, a championship-deciding penalty and the confusion, from the media and Verstappen himself, over whether he was champion. Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News @ www.formulanerds.com Follow Us: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds Twitter - www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities:- Email Business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport
676: How Nyck de Vries earned his 2023 F1 drive

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 26:27


Today we're going to tell you the story behind Nyck de Vries's crazy 24 hours in Monza. It was the ultimate job interview for a 2023 Formula 1 contract. At last weekend's Singapore Grand Prix we were delighted to see Alex Albon return after an emergency appendectomy and serious complications, ultimately requiring him to be put on a ventilator.    It was because Albon couldn't drive at Monza that Nyck de Vries was thrust into the limelight, scoring points with a stunning debut drive.  And now Autosport sources expect him to partner Yuki Tsunoda at Alpha Tauri next season.   Today:       • Find out about the 60 minute warning he had to ‘suit up'   • His circuitous route to F1, and whether that was looking likely before his Monza performance   • After scoring points on his debut, which other F1 drivers have done the same?   Let's get up to speed with Autosport's Jake Boxall-Legge.

Motorsport101
Episode #395: 2022 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 46:52


Predictable news, gang: Max Verstappen won. Again. 5 in a row now for the Champion-elect who actually has an outside chance to win the title in Singapore next time out. It's what winning 11 out of 16 does for a guy. And to be fair, Ferrari didn't really ahem... "honse" this one, to be honest. Yeah, Sainz had penalties and he drove really well. Leclerc just didn't have the pace on this one. The main event on this podcast involved Daniel Ricciardo, a dead McLaren and the race director NOT calling for a red flag as the race ended under Safety Car. But should it have done? Have we as an audience got a bit too zesty for entertainment within the confides of a sport? Is this another Abu Dhabi 21, but without the tension? We debate it on the show! Also, we had an emergency standing, as poor Alex Albon had to have surgery on his appendix, and Nyck De Vries at the 11th hour takes his seat... and finishes 9th! Was it a debut that was a bit... too good? We discuss where it fits in an ever more complicated 2022 F1 silly season. All that and more on Motorsport101!

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - 15th September 22

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 34:14


Welcome to News from the Nerds - your midweek news show brought to you by the FormulaNerds. On this week's show Abby, James M, and Sam discuss: de Vries gives Williams a headache:  Alex Albon didn't compete over the weekend of Monza after suffering from appendicitis, so Nyck de Vries stepped in and drove the Williams where he impressed the whole paddock. The panel discuss whether de Vries could replace Latifi for the team and his F1 prospects. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/nyck-de-vries-i-can-look-back-on-a-proud-debut-but-being-in-f1-is-out-of-my-control/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/alex-albon-recovering-from-respiratory-failure-following-surgery/ Superlicence Debacle:  Colton Herta has been in talks of joining AlphaTauri and Gasly going to Alpine, however, he doesn't have the super licence points required, which has caused a lot of controversy. The trio talk about the superlicence debate and their thoughts on Herta. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/herta-is-good-enough-for-alpha-tauri/ https://www.pitpass.com/73637/Superlicence-system-needs-reviewing-says-Brown How do you end a race?  The Italian Grand Prix ended in a controversial way behind the Safety Car where the rules were followed but the conversation has risen about whether that was the right move, especially with the parked car being removed on track. The panel discuss their thoughts on the race end and the controversy around it. https://www.formulanerds.com/features/is-it-time-for-a-safety-car-rethink/ https://www.skysports.com/f1/news/12433/12696279/martin-brundle-max-verstappen-unstoppable-in-title-charge-but-italian-gp-raised-painful-f1-issues Are the FIA planning an F1 revamp?  Stefano Domenicali wants to propose a reduced number of practice sessions with more sessions awarding points for the drivers to have something to fight for. The trio dissect Domenicali's new ideas and share their views.  https://www.racefans.net/2022/08/24/domenicali-plans-less-practice-more-points-paying-sessions-in-f1-events/ Drugovich joins F1...kind-off:  The 2022 F2 Champion Felipe Drugovich Champion has joined Aston Martin's Driver Development Programme as a Test and Reserve Driver. The panel talk about the positives of this for Drugovich, but also the potential hindrances. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-felipe-drugovich-confirmed-as-aston-martin-development-driver/ Share your thoughts, give feedback and get mentioned on the show: - Email Info@FormulaNerds.com Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News: - Visit www.formulanerds.com Follow Us: - Facebook www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds - Twitter www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds - Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities: - Email business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Grip Strip Podcast
Grip Strip Podcast Episode 134 - How Do You Like Me Now?!

Grip Strip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 160:30


Phil and Josh return for E134 of the GSP to discuss the busy motorsports weekend along with NFL Week 1 - two words: phe nom in al...Darrell "Bubba" Wallace won his second career Cup Series race at Kansas locking the No.45 team into the second round of the Cup Owner Points playoffs.  Issues for the likes of Kevin Harvick and pole sitter Tyler Reddick leave them on the outside looking in with Bristol Night Race cutoff looming.  For Reddick, further news surrounds his situation since Kyle Busch's announcement joining RCR took place after recording. Noah Gragson won for the fifth time in 2022 in a rain-shortened XFinity race at Kansas.  During recording, the cutoff stood at 13 points between Sheldon Creed and Ryan Seig on the bump.   However, Jeremy Clements appeal was heard and his win was reinstated.  For the Trucks, John Hunter Nemechek won for the 2nd time in 2022 at a crucial point in his career, making a last-lap pass on Carson Hocevar who was trying to back into the Round of 8.  Hocevar and three-time champion Matt Crafton were eliminated with Bristol on the horizon. IndyCar crowned Will Power as a two-time champion after he broke the pole record long held by Mario Andretti the day before.  Josef Newgarden was left to wonder about his season after winning five times and coming from tail back as Rusty would say to finish second on Sunday.  Alex Palou took a dominant victory in his final race as champion, with further news coming during the week regarding where he and Felix Rosenqvist will drive in 2023.  The guys covered other key news items that were in play prior to recent announcements.  Formula 1 saw controversy regarding the end of the race yet again at Monza but Max Verstappen continues to win.  Charles Leclerc and George Russell started on the front row after grid penalties were assessed, but the Red Bull driver is on a different level this season.  Nyck De Vries made his F1 debut in relief of Alex Albon and scored points for the Williams team, which probably signals where they will be going for their second seat in 2023.  The Roundup covered F2/F3 at Monza, WEC at Fuji Speedway, WSBK in Magny Cours, Supercars at Pukekohe, NHRA at Maple Grove for their playoff opener and MotoGP/Moto2 at Aragon before Phil and Josh gave their thoughts on NFL Week 1 for their respective actual and fantasy teams.  The guys previewed and made picks for the Bristol Tripleheader weekend before Josh's Sim Segment and Show Close.

NASCAR Dosage
Palou Delivers but Power Reigns Supreme

NASCAR Dosage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:50


Although much of the rambling nonsense was put on display this week. We still talked about some motorsports. Indycar was put on full display as the American open wheel series had it's season finale this weekend with Will Power claiming his second title of the Australian's career in Indycar. Newgarden placed second in the race and points after starting at the back of the field this past weekend in the foothills of the California countryside. Alex Palou captured the race win cementing him fifth place over teammate Marcus Ericsson. Nascar had a duel that wasn't touched on quite enough by the boys. Bubba Wallace becomes the winningest African American driver in Nascar's premiere division with his win at Kansas that was undisputedly a great win and well deserved. No one can take that away from him or the 45 crew. The win for the 45 also marked the first time since 2002 where a car number won multiple races with different drivers. This also is the first time since 1972 where the same number won at the same track with different drivers. Monza was, maybe not as thrilling up front with Verstappen winning under SC as the Mclaren of Ricciardo had dirvetrain problems. Vettel also had a less than stellar result in his final Monza race in F1 that happened with a DNF even earlier in the race. Shoutout to the young Dutchman in Nyck De Vries to bring a Williams home in P9 for Alex Albon as Albon had to miss this weekend due to health reasons. For all things motorsports be sure to follow @onthechip_official on Instagram! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nascardosage/message

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global
Does F1's grid penalty system need revising?

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:49


F1 took in the final leg of its latest triple header with the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.Despite delighting the home crowd on Saturday with pole position, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari had to be content with second place, as Max Verstappen roared to his 11th win of 2022 to put himself within touching distance of his second World Championship title.Joining Michael Butterworth to discuss the Italian Grand Prix weekend and several off-track matters is Dieter Rencken, Editorial Director of RacingNews365.com.Though he qualified second, Verstappen had started the race seventh after taking a grid penalty for excessive component usage. But with several drivers immediately behind him also being penalised, there followed several hours of confusion while the FIA deliberated over whether Verstappen ought to start fourth or seventh. Does F1's current grid penalty system need simplifying?Daniel Ricciardo's stricken McLaren saw the Safety Car deployed with five laps to go, but with marshals taking longer than anticipated to move the MCL35 into a safe place, the Italian Grand Prix would ultimately end under the Safety Car, prompting boos from the crowd. Should the race have been red-flagged to allow for a five-lap dash to the finish, as happened in Baku last year?And with Nyck de Vries scoring championship points on an unexpected Grand Prix debut deputising for Alex Albon at Williams, what are the chances that the Dutchman will find an F1 race drive for 2023?All this and more on this edition of the RacingNews365.com F1 podcast!

PR Racing Sports
SE COMPLICA LA SALUD DE ALEX ALBON | MERCADO DE PILOTOS

PR Racing Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 14:41


HABLANDO ACELERAO, EN ESTE PODCAST TE PONDRAS AL DIA DE TODO LO QUE ESTÁ SUCEDIENDO EN LA FÓRMULA 1 Y MOTORSPORTS. BUSCA NUESTRA TIENDA www.prracingsports.com Contenido adicional www.patreon.com/prracingsports Anani www.ananipharma.com Anani instagram @ananipr #formulaone #formula1 #redbull --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prracingsports/support

F1 Nation
Italian GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 49:25 Very Popular


Tom Clarkson is joined in the paddock by Fred Ferret from L'Equipe and F1's Technical Illustrator, Giorgio Piola, as they debrief the highs and lows from a weekend racing at Monza which saw Max Verstappen seal his 11th victory of the 2022 season. The trio are joined by McLaren's Lando Norris, Ferrari's Marc Gené, legendary F1 engine designer Mario Illien, Williams' Team Principal Jost Capito, and Nyck de Vries, fresh from a successful maiden Grand Prix after he stepped in for Alex Albon.  This episode is sponsored by: NordVPN: EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal https://nordvpn.com/f1nation Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Athletic Greens: get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/f1nation  LinkedIn Jobs: find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post a job for free at linkedin.com/F1NATION 

Mode Push - the American View of F1
Max wins Monza and Safety Car Finishes Suck

Mode Push - the American View of F1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 30:01


Your hosts Alex Kirry and Dan Jimenez breakdown a rather sterile Italian GP.  No two ways about it, this was probably the most boring race of the year.  Max Verstappen proves that he'll win the exciting races, the boring races, in the rain, on a train...well, anyway, you get what we mean. Verstappen continues to just win as the Italian GP marks the 5th win in a row for the Dutchman and his 11th of the season.  Despite the lack of an exciting finish under the safety car, there were still highlights from a race that saw another Dutchman win points in an F1 car as Nyck de Vries, sitting in for a sick Alex Albon, notched two championship points in his first day officially classified in an F1 race.  Dan then breaks down some of the more nuanced rule clarifications that lead to the FIA's decision to end under the safety car rather than racing wheel to wheel at all costs. Are there seriously three weeks until the next F1 race week? Unfortunately, yes.     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
F1 safety car howler? FIA fiasco? F2 and F3 champions crowned. WEC, WRC, Indycar, NASCAR & more!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 41:03


Welcome to episode 36 of the Lovecars on the Grid podcast. Our presenters, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from around the World from the past week! What an exciting week we've had, from Formula 1, F2, F3, Porsche Supercup, WEC in Japan, WRC in Greece, Indycar in California, NASCAR, World Superbikes, British Superbikes and British GT. Starting with Formula 1, Max Verstappen is on another level, with yet another win in Monza at the weekend winning from 7th place, despite Charles LeClerc starting in pole position. We had the cinderella story of Nick De Vries in Williams. The driver was substituted for Alex Albon after the driver was suffering with appendicitis. De Vries qualified 13th, but thanks to other driver penalties, started in 9th. He managed to finish in the same position, achieving points in his very first race! We have to talk about the safety car controversy. Keeping the safety car out and allowing Max Verstappen to take the win. It's like Abu Dhabi with Michael Masi all over again! Should the FIA have red flagged the race and allow a restart for the last three laps? Did they make the decision? Let us know what you think! We had a strange weekend in Formula 2, with a Championship win for Felipe Drugovich, even with 3 races to go! The Sprint Race was won by Juri Vips. Formula 3 ended up in a crash that causes a red flag. Victor Martins took the championship win from the pit wall. The Sprint Race win went to Franco Colapinto, whilst the feature race win went to Zane Maloney. In the Porsche Supercup, Harry King took pole position, but following a 3 place grid penalty after a shunt in the previous race, King took 2nd place, behind Bastian Buus. The Championship win was given to Dylan Pereira. The World Endurance Championship was taking place at Fuji, with 1st and 2nd place for Toyota and Alpine in 3rd. In the World Rally Championship, Hyundai had a 1, 2, 3 finish, following an awful start to the season. We had a spectacular Indycar race at Laguna Seca. Josef Newgarden made some great overtakes, but it was team mate, Will Power that took the Championship win the in Indycar series. The NASCAR series took place at the Hollywood Casino 400, with a win for Bubba Wallace. There's just 1 more race where drivers can qualify for the final 12 drivers, so exciting in NASCAR! In World Superbikes, the battle between Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu continues! Both riders fell off in the first 2 races. Next week, we have Moto GP and NASCAR!

The Slipstream F1 Podcast
Episode 8: Monza GP Review + Nyck De Vries Debut!

The Slipstream F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:40


In this edition of the Slipstream F1 podcast, the guys discuss all the storylines surrounding the Italian Grand Prix at the Temple of Speed.  We discuss the sudden Formula 1 debut for Nyck De Vries, and whether or not he's deserving of Latifi's seat after his performance this week.  Also, we discuss the continued historic domination by Max Verstappen, and give our thoughts on finishing a race under safety car (FLASHBACKS TO ABU DHABI)! As always, thanks for tuning in and be sure to give us a follow on socials @TheSlipstreamF1Pod.  P.S. Get well soon Alex Albon!

F1 Nation
Home joy for Max, pitwall pressure + driver moves - Dutch GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 54:29 Very Popular


A pulsating Dutch Grand Prix showed the ice-cool thinking and red-hot pace of Max Verstappen and the pressure the F1 pitwall. Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner and Max Verstappen's father Jos reflect on a fourth successive victory for the 2022 F1 World Championship Leader, whose lead is now 109 points. If Mercedes or Ferrari had made different strategy calls, could the race have ended differently? Tom Clarkson, Auto Hebdo's Julien Billiotte, Christian Menath of Motorsport-Magazin.com and Allard Kalff from Viaplay in the Netherlands take a deep dive into the Dutch Grand Prix, how and why Max Verstappen won, and the difficulties F1 strategists face when making big decisions. After missing out on points in Zandvoort, Alex Albon joins the team to look forward to Monza. Plus, the team examine great drives from Fernando Alonso, Lando Norris and Lance Stroll, Ferrari's aims for the rest of 2022, and the 2023 driver market: what's next for Alpine, AlphaTauri, Daniel Ricciardo and Mick Schumacher? This episode is sponsored by NordVPN EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal https://nordvpn.com/f1nation Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!

Donut Racing Show
Belgian GP '22: OnlyFinns

Donut Racing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 75:25


Alanis, Elizabeth, and Nolan discuss the forbidden castle vibes of Formula One racing – from Daniel Ricciardo's McLaren contract woes to Alex Albon's AMA to Pierre Gasly's Tinder profile. Then they recap the Belgian Grand Prix, where leo-king Fernando Alonso had some choice words for Lewis Hamilton, and Max Verstappen once again clawed his way to the top of the podium. And yes, the crew does a collective impression of Ferrari's tragic Question Game. Check out Elizabeth's article on Jalopnik that was mentioned in the episode: https://jalopnik.com/the-astrological-signs-of-every-single-formula-1-driver-1849461445 Pre-order Alanis' and Elizabeth's new book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Follow Nolan on IG & Twitter @NolanJSykes Follow Alanis on IG & Twitter @alanisnking Follow Elizabeth on IG @elizablackstock and on Twitter @Eliz_blackstock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Hard Compound
Belgian Grand Prix 2022. What Alonso Said.

Hard Compound

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 45:07


Join Brian and Patrick on the Hard Compound, an American take on Formula 1. Show highlights: Max Verstappen in a league of his own. Ferrari has the car, they just don't have the people. Did Lewis hit Alonso on purpose? Was Alonso right about Lewis? We discuss. The best F1 silly season ever!Patrick makes the case for bringing Daniel Riccardo back to Red Bull. Crazy prediction: Mexico GP will be an all Spanish speaking podium. Williams will be better off racing 1 car than bringing Latifi back. We demand a Martin Brundle-Christian Horner road show.Oscar Piastri is the only young man to ever turn down a guaranteed F1 seat. Did he just make a horrible decision? Ferrari spreading juicy rumors that Red Bull is spending over the cap. We discuss. Also, who was the dude on the hoverboard?Plus, our top 5 drivers and full race analysis for Belgian Grand Prix 2022, and our crazy prediction for Netherlands 2022.Give a listen. Then subscribe. Feel free to visit us at hardcompound.com.  And as always, thank you for listening to everybody's most beloved father and son Formula One podcast!  

F1 Nation
How Max stunned Spa - Belgian GP Review

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 44:27 Very Popular


What a win! From 14th on the grid, Max Verstappen blew the competition away to win in Belgium. How did driving an intelligent first lap set up his incredible victory, and how was he so much faster than his teammate and title rivals? Tom Clarkson, Michael Schmidt from Germany's Auto Motor und Sport and Swiss F1 racer Marc Surer discuss Verstappen's dominance, and what it means for this F1 season and beyond. 10th place finisher Alex Albon gives us the set-up secrets behind Williams' Spa speed, ageless Alonso and outstanding Ocon help Alpine pull further away from McLaren in the Constructors' Championship, and the team discuss Oscar Piastri's future and the potential impact on the rest of the 2023 driver market. Plus, we look forward to Audi's arrival in F1 with Audi Le Mans-winner Alan McNish. This episode is sponsored by NordVPN  EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal https://nordvpn.com/f1nation Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!

Choosing Sides: F1
Williams - The Episode Michael's Been Waiting For

Choosing Sides: F1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 44:24


The time has finally come for Michael to meet Williams, the F1 team that has most intrigued him over the course of the season. Will he fall for its rich history and passionate former leader Sir Frank Williams? Or much like the rest of the grid, will he leave Williams in the dust? Tune in to find out.Special thanks to our guests: Byrd PinkertonThis episode was produced by Lily Herman and Senior Producer Yochai Maital. Sound Design by Yochai Maital. Mastering by Sela Waisblum. Recording at The Cutting Room Studios by Rob O'Leary II. At SI Studios, Max Miller is Executive Producer and Brannan Goetschius is Head of Audio. At iHeartRadio, Sean Titone is Executive Producer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Slipstream F1 Podcast
Episode 2.5: SILLY SEASON IS HERE!!!

The Slipstream F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 34:40


Half the guys get together to discuss the busy start to summer "break." We discuss all things Alpine, Aston Martin, Fernando Alonso and Alex Albon.  Musical chairs has already started.  Also in this episode; find out where Sir Lewis Hamilton's next shopping spree will take place!! #LandyNorris #Formula1

The MotorMouth Podcast
Ep 126 with Alex Albon (Williams Racing driver)

The MotorMouth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 37:43


A BRAND NEW SEASON! SEASON 12!What a way to kick it off! This week we spend an insightful 45 mins with Alex Albon, the current Williams Racing Formula One driver. We talk about Sebastian Vettel's shock retirement, what it's really like to race at the pinnicle of motor racing, who he thinks is the best, racing alongside Max Verstappen and loads more! This episode is powered by our podcast sponsors at https://motusone.com/ - check them out for all your global event transportation needs! If you use them, and tell them you found them through The MotorMouth Podcast, you can get up to 20% off your first booking! Subscribe to MotorMouth on YouTube for loads more content: https://bit.ly/3qVXP0RJoin our charity karting event here: www.motormouthkartrace.comFollow MotorMouth:Twitter - https://twitter.com/MotorMouth_ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/MotorMouth_official/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MotorMouthClub/Website - https://www.motormouth.club/Download our App:iOS - https://apple.co/3scnns2 Android - https://bit.ly/3cf9yU2 Much love,Tim and Harry! Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

F1 Paddock Chat
Quick Take: Piastri/Alpine Mess

F1 Paddock Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:01


Fernando Alonso sets off Silly Season in F1, and it's already as silly as ever.Let's break down the Alpine dumpster fire, and why Piastri is making a risky gamble.Alex Albon resigns with Williams.

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - 27th July 22

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 47:34


Welcome to News from the Nerds, the midweek news show by the FormulaNerds news team – Your essential F1 weekly news digest. Each week we bring you the Top 5 news stories from the past week. In today's podcast, Sam and Abby get together with James and Catherine to discuss the latest news surrounding the motorsport world, mostly Formula One. They kick off the podcast with a quick round-up of the events surrounding Ferrari and Sergio Perez in the French Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc took full responsibility for his crash which caused him a potential win, while Carlos Sainz insisted that the team is not “a disaster,” despite some controversial calls they've been making. Meanwhile, the Mexican blames the Virtual Safety Car for not putting his Red Bull on the podium. You can read more on this on: https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f1latestnews/championship-fight-is-pointless-if-mistakes-continue-leclerc/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/sainz-on-french-gp-we-are-not-a-disaster/ On another note, they took a look at sustainability in Formula 1, and so the discussion had to be topped off with Formula E which heads into Rounds 13 and 14 in London this weekend. They spoke about the future of the electric championship and what potential Formula One drivers can join in too, while having a look at Nyck De Vries, who seemed to found his feet in the all-electric series. Speaking of Nyck De Vries, who makes part of the Williams Drivers Academy, the Nerds took a look at possible prospects that can join the Oxford-based team for 2023 as Nicholas Latifi and Alex Albon edge the end of their contract in 2022. Read more on potential drivers on: https://www.formulanerds.com/news/jost-capito-two-talents-williams-next-year/. And while they touched on new beginnings, they also looked at the potential end of the F1 journey for drivers such as Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren, Sebastian Vettel with Aston Martin, and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. The discussion does not stop at the podcast, you can also get more insight into why these drivers might leave the sport soon on: https://www.formulanerds.com/news/ricciardo-give-me-a-winning-car-and-ill-win/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/rosberg-lando-norris-is-potentially-the-best-of-the-next-generation/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/could-hamilton-make-it-to-400-races/. Finally, to top it all off, the Nerds analyse Haas' decision not to give Mick Schumacher any upgrades for Hungary and how the German is getting on in F1, following a series of disappointing performances. Read more on it: https://www.formulanerds.com/news/steiner-schumacher-to-pay-penalty-for-crashes-in-hungary/ Share your thoughts, give feedback and get mentioned on the show: Email info@formulanerds.com   Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News: Visit www.formulanerds.com   Follow us: Facebook – www.facebook.com/formulanerds Twitter - www.twitter.com/formula_nerds Instagram - www.instagram.com/formulanerds TikTok - www.tiktok.com/@formulanerdsofficial   For Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities: Email oli@formulanerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stateside F1
Formula E in NYC, Seb & Mick's relationship, F1 contracts and Alex Albon's mom

Stateside F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 26:44


There was no race this past weekend so we take the opportunity to talk Formula E and Joe's love of fan boost... Also Andrew explains Alex Albon's mom's interesting past and we talk our love of moats! SHOW NOTES: https://www.instagram.com/statesidef1/ (Link to our INSTAGRAM) https://www.tiktok.com/@statesidef1podcast (Link to our TIKTOK) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2feAXFiBHKg (Kimi Räikkönen and Sebastian Vettel

Choosing Sides: F1
Red Bull (Part 2) - SuperMax and Trusty Sidekick

Choosing Sides: F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 33:47


We're back with the second episode in our Red Bull two-parter, and it's time to talk drivers. On one side of the garage is reigning World Drivers' Champion Max Verstappen, a young racing prodigy known to never back down from a fight — sometimes to his own detriment. On the other side is Sergio "Checo" Perez, a veteran driver who's consistency and reliability initially earned him a spot on one of the grid's fastest teams. The Red Bull team functions with a clear number-one and number-two driver setup. How has it fared for them with this duo?Special thanks to our guests: Jennie Gow, and Aldas Kavaliauskas.This episode was produced by Lily Herman and Senior Producer Yochai Maital. Sound Design by Yochai Maital. Mastering by Sela Waisblum. Recording at The Cutting Room Studios by Rob O'Leary II. At SI Studios, Max Miller is Executive Producer and Brannan Goetschius is Head of Audio. At iHeartRadio, Sean Titone is Executive Producer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pocket-lint podcast
Nothing phone (1), Alex Albon interviewed, and M2 MacBook Air - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 162

Pocket-lint podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 33:20


Nothing finally unveiled its first phone this week, after months of teases and leaks. Pocket-lint's editor joins host, Rik Henderson, to talk all about the Nothing phone (1) and its familiar launch strategy.Rik also chats with Williams F1 driver Alex Albon about the future of the motorsport and how tech plays a big role in his training.. And finally, deputy editor Britta O'Boyle reviews the M2 MacBook Air and reveals Apple's various upgrades on the previous M1 model.00:55 - Chris talks Nothing phone (1) 09:43 - Interview with Alex Albon, F1 driver at Williams Racing24:38 - Britta gives us the lowdown on the M2 MacBook AirVisit us at pocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos at youtube.com/pocketlintcom, and sign up to our daily newsletter at pocket-lint.com/info/newsletter. *** Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to the Pocket-lint Podcast. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Rik HendersonProduction and editing by Rik HendersonGuests: Chris Hall, Britta O'Boyle, and Alex AlbonMusic by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

F1 Nation
Is Charles back in the hunt? Austrian GP Review ft. Albon, Steiner + Krack

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 34:38 Very Popular


Charles Leclerc is back on top of the F1 podium, but what does victory in Austria mean for his title hopes? How worried are Ferrari about the engine issue which ended Carlos Sainz's race and robbed them of a likely 1-2 finish? Max Verstappen still leads the championship by 38 points, but are there problems Red Bull must solve to keep him ahead? Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham chat through all that plus Mercedes and McLaren with Channel 4 TV pundit Billy Monger and British Touring Car Championship racer Jade Edwards. Williams driver Alex Albon, Haas Team Principal Guenther Steiner, Aston Martin boss Mike Krack and Alpine's Esteban Ocon drop by to give their views on the race weekend. So does Yuki Tsunoda, but he's slightly pre-occupied with his post-race yoghurt… This episode is sponsored by:  NordVPN: Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/F1NATION or use the code F1NATION to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + 1 additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee Shopify: Sign up for a FREE fourteen-day trial at shopify.co.uk/nation to grow your business today

S&S Formula One Race Debriefs
2022 British Grand Prix

S&S Formula One Race Debriefs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 24:07


What a hectic weekend of Formula 1 in Silverstone! First of all we are really glad that both Alex Albon and Zhou Guanyu are doing okay after their big crashes. But after that in the race, here was intense wheel to wheel battles, incredible overtakes, a new winner was crowned, a new member scored points. Find out more by listening to this episode of our podcast. Thank you.

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
THE ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE ROUND 10 - F1 BRITISH GP RACE REVIEW 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 98:58 Very Popular


On this week's ‘Cut to the Race' Podcast, Oli is joined by Abby and James, as they discuss the action-packed and epic race that was the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. ** This episode is brought to you by EightSleep - Ready for better sleep? Eight Sleep users fall asleep up to 32% faster, reduce sleep interruptions by 40%, and get overall more restful sleep. Replace your mattress or just add the Pod technology to your existing mattress. Get £150 off your purchase by visiting https://www.eightsleep.com/formulanerds/ The trio briefly touch on the timings from practice that saw Lewis Hamilton look promising at his home race. The action of qualifying is also covered as a  surprise Williams driver made it into Q3, but Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll weren't as lucky. The panel discuss the National Anthem before launching into the drama that was Silverstone. The horrific opening lap incidents going into Turn 1 are dissected by the trio as well wishes are sent to Zhou Guanyu and Alex Albon. Admiration is sent to George Russell for his sportsmanship, and all the Marshalls, who were involved with the protestors. On-track battles between Perez, Hamilton and the Ferrari's are most definitely a topic of conversation as well as the fight between Max Verstappen and Mick Schumacher, which the panel share their views on. They then discuss race results, their race ratings and their drivers of the day, as is tradition. Next up is Austria with the second Sprint Race of the season so be sure to check out our race review next week.   Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News @ www.formulanerds.com   Follow Us: - Facebook www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds - Twitter www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds - Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds - TikTok www.tiktok.com/@formulanerdsofficial   For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities:- Email Business@FormulaNerds.com

The Ringer F1 Show
British Grand Prix Reactions

The Ringer F1 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 58:05 Very Popular


Kevin is joined by Megan Schuster and The Guardian's Drew Lawrence to break down the British Grand Prix. They recap the results, talk about Carlos Sainz Jr. receiving his first win of the season, discuss Hamilton's comeback at third, and revisit Ferrari and Red Bull's strategy once more. Later, they address the crash involving Zhou Guanyu and Alex Albon before then answering more listener questions. Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Megan Schuster and Drew Lawrence Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Gone Racin'
British Grand Prix | Racing Lines | June 30

Gone Racin'

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 25:34


In this episode we head over to Mikhail Miranda's home Grand Prix...The British Grand Prix at Silverstone, England. In this episode Mikhail Miranda and Wes Reynolds highlight the Canadian Grand Prix. They also cover the driver market for the 2023 season, outlining which driver or drivers are under pressure from their teams to perform. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gone Racin'
Canadian Grand Prix | Racing Lines | June 16, 2022

Gone Racin'

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 24:02


This is the first time that we are returning to Montreal, Canada for a Grand Prix since the pandemic. The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is a historic track and now that the travel restrictions have been lifted we are back. In this episode, Mikhail Miranda and Wes Reynolds preview the Canadian Grand Prix. They outline how Ferrari have been struggling with reliability issues, how drivers are dealing with health issues due to the aggressive porpoising effect. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Motorsport101
Episode #367: 2022 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 49:48


Oh Ferrari, not again. The boys sit down to discuss one of the classic staples of Formula 1 - A Ferrari startegic screw up. From pole, they had the Monaco GP at their mercy with Charles Leclerc in a dominant position. But they let Sergio Perez rack up a critical undercut on the Intermediate tyres on a rapidly drying track, and a late double stack call put turned a possible 1-2, into a 2-4, as Checo would steal the Monaco GP, AND get himself a sweet new 2-year contract! We discuss it all in depth. We also discuss the standards of race direction here. We had the race start delayed due to a sudden deluge of rain, a power outage, and a mandatory Safety Car start that pissed off so many people watching. We also had Alex Albon ignore roughly 17 blue flags without punishment, and a protest over Max Verstappen crossing a pit entry line that had the wrong line of text in the notes. Eduardo Freitas came under fire, but how much of it was justiifed? And finally, we discuss Daniel Ricciardo's McLaren struggles as he limped home out of the points after a practise wreck on Friday. Will Zak Brown pull the plug on his McLaren deal a year early? Should he? And if so, for who? We take some guesses in this, our Monaco GP episode!

Box Box F1 Pod
Spanish GP Preview 2022

Box Box F1 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 33:53


¡Vamos a España! Where the weather is warm, the tapas are endless, and Alex's hair is still red. We're catching up on all the latest off the grid (car upgrades, new podiums, jewelry bans, F1 news, etc.). And we're prepping to head back on the grid for the Spanish GP this weekend with everything you need to know about the track and the race. Let's dive into Spanish GP prep!P.S. Also, launching The Monegasque Curse Foundation to spearhead the search for a cure to Charles' dratted curse. Support the cause.Digital WarmupLap 1: F1 NewsHonda is sponsoring the Japanese GP!!The Russian GP will not be replaced so 22 races total!Lap 2: Off the GridLewis Hamilton went to the SNL after-party and hung out with Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, & Post MaloneCheco had a baby!!!Lap 3: Alex's Red Hair SalonAlex Albon has decided that his red hair isn't enough. So now half of Williams' employees have gone red. Including Jost Capito!Lap 4: The Monegasque CurseCharles Leclerc finds tragedy at the Monaco Historic Grand PrixClassic Charles in MonacoWe explore the Blood Sacrifice TheoryPlease donate to the Monegasque Curse FoundationLap 5: Jewelry BanLewis Hamilton and the FIA's jewelry banLap 6: Seb on BBC Question TimeSebastian Vettel discusses the environment/energy crisisTL;DR Subtle Seb Vettel strikes againLap 7: Grill the GridEveryone knows Yuki Tsunoda is the shortestCharles Leclerc has no idea how tall he isEveryone knows Esteban Ocon, George Russell, & Alex Albon are the tallest. Each of them thinks they're the tallest though (it's Estaban).Track WalkHistoryCircuit Barcelona-Catalunya What to expectBox Box F1 Pod Pit StopTapas!!!!Find us outside the pod:Follow us @boxboxf1podVisit our website for more deets on usShare your thoughts/opinions/questions with us!!Thank you to our partner:Manscaped: 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code BOXBOXF1POD at manscaped.com! Support the show

Pit Lane Parley
Fake Marinas, Jewelry, and a Little Bit of Racing- Formula 1's Impression on Miami

Pit Lane Parley

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 31:40


Well that was interesting for Formula 1. It was quite a spectacle around the track (from what we could tell) and there are plenty of opinions about that, but the actual race itself? Eh, yikes. Red Bull claws back against Ferrari this weekend with another Verstappen victory and Alex Albon and his red hair put on a great performance in a tough Williams car. What did you think of the Miami GP?

F1 Nation
Max's Miami masterclass, Ferrari's fightback + the next US F1 star?

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:52 Very Popular


Red Bull's Max Verstappen is on a roll. He took his second straight win on F1's first visit to Miami, but Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz kept Ferrari at the top of both championships. Which team's got the upper hand heading to Barcelona? Tom Clarkson and Sam Power are joined by former F1 and current IndyCar driver Marcus Ericsson to dissect what we learned from the Miami GP. There's reaction and insight from Adrian Newey and Christian Horner at Red Bull, Alex Albon at Williams, Valtteri Bottas at Alfa Romeo, Andreas Seidl at McLaren and James Vowles at Mercedes. Plus, hear from two drivers aiming to be the USA's next F1 star: Williams Academy and F2 driver Logan Sargeant, and IndyCar's Colton Herta, who's testing a McLaren later this year. This episode is sponsored by:  Credit Karma: Go to creditkarma.com/loanoffers to find the right loan for you F1 Manager: Launching on PC, PlayStation and Xbox, Summer 2022. Visit F1manager.com to Wishlist the game on your platform of choice and follow @F1Manager on Twitter to stay up to speed

Purple Sector
Ep308 - Gridwalk Talk | #MiamiGP

Purple Sector

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 77:05


Tune in for our recap of the Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix! Sebastian Vettel wore his underwear on top of his racing suit, and Lewis Hamilton wore 3 watches, 10 rings, and a bunch of necklaces. Valtteri Bottas had 3 different helmet designs. Mermaids were trackside in the Hard Rock Beach Club pools. Martin Brundle wore a fun shirt and had a super fun gridwalk with Patrick Mahomes? Willy T. Ribbs treated fans to great interviews after the race. The cooldown room showcased a shirtless Carlos Sainz. The podium brought out Dan Marino and Pirelli football helmets. It doesn't get more Miami than the F1 weekend we just had in Miami! There was some racing too... Max Verstappen had an impressive win. Alex Albon scored more points. Mick Schumacher mucked up a points finish. Valtteri Bottas obeyed Mercedes team orders. Ferrari scored a double podium finish. Did we mention Martin's giggle-filled gridwalk? SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE

CaliFormula1  - F1 from an Average Joe.
Miami Grand Prix Recap: Max takes Miami, Ferrari and Red Bull battle for supremacy. George Russell outperforms and out lucks Lewis Hamilton and more!

CaliFormula1 - F1 from an Average Joe.

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 37:59 Transcription Available


Miami Grand Prix Recap: Max takes Miami, Ferrari and Red Bull battle for supremacy. George Russell outperforms and out lucks Lewis Hamilton and more! Super Max Verstappen take his 3rd win this year at the inaugural Miami Grand Prix. Amid football helmets, fake yacht marinas, a million celebrities and lots of hype, Red Bull takes a win to tighten the championship.Ferrari might not have won, but put on a great performance with both Charles LeClerc and Carlos Sainz getting on the podium.Mercedes seems to solve some of their problems but George Russell is coming into his own beating his teammate Lewis HamiltonMcLaren falters, Alex Albon shines, Ocon flexes, and Miami delivers a spectacle just not on the track. All this and more Formula 1 talk!Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Caliwww.califormula1.com Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, George Russell  Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez  McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris  Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel  Alpine | Esteban Ocon, Fernando Alonso  Ferrari | Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc  AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda  Alfa Romeo | Valtteri Bottas, Zhou Guanyu Haas | Mick Schumacher, Kevin Magnussen   Williams | Alex Albon, Nicholas Latifi   

The Quick Stop F1 Podcast
Quick Stop 037: Nico Rosberg, You're Just an Inconsistent YouTuber w/Cameron F1

The Quick Stop F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 84:22


Welcome to the Quick Stop F1 podcast! Nyasha is joined by one of our favourite F1 content creators Cameron F1 to shoot the preverbial F1 breeze! We speak about the toxicity in F1 content creation at the moment, try to figure out what the future holds for Pierre Gasly, Alex Albon and Daniel Ricciardo before gfetting stuck into Mercedes and Nico Rosberg.Check out the interview that Nyasha did with Cameron here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Yo9hTQuv-IProud to say that this episode is sponsored by Fanatics - the official merchandise partner for F1. If you're ever looking to grab some team gear,, then use this link as it will greatly help the pod.LINK - f1.pxf.io/qnGK6gWe are a small independent podcast and we really rely on every review on Apple podcasts and share, so please share us as far and wide as you can and remember to leave a review! You can also review on Spotify too, so make sure to drop us a five-star review.Make sure to follow us on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/QuickStopF1Instagram - https://instagram.com/QuickStopF1Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/QuickStopF1 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

F1: Beyond The Grid
Alex Albon: a point to prove

F1: Beyond The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:08 Very Popular


 He says it himself, Alex Albon is back in F1 wanting to prove a point. After a 2020 season in which he scored his first podiums, but ultimately failed to match Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen, he lost his race drive and spent 2012 on the side lines. ‘It killed me', he says, ‘but the hunger never went away'. Alex tells Tom Clarkson how hard he worked behind the scenes to help Verstappen win the Drivers' Championship, and to fight for his F1 return with Williams in 2022. Now Alex is revitalised. He feels smarter and more at peace with himself. He's certainly lost none of his skill behind the wheel -  in Australia he drove 57/58 laps on a single set of tyres to score his first point for Williams in only his third race – and his friendship with rivals Lando Norris, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz is as strong as ever. A round of golf with those guys sounds like a lot of fun… Related episodes from the BTG archive: Nicholas Latifi, Alex's Williams teammate Jost Capito, Williams CEO and Team Principal Christian Horner, Red Bull Team Principal Lando Norris Charles Leclerc Carlos Sainz George Russell This episode is sponsored by:  Harry's: Get hold of a free travel sized shower gel when you redeem a free Harry's Trial set at harrys.com/grid. All you need to do is pay £3.95 for delivery.  Calm: Get 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at CALM.COM/grid 

CaliFormula1  - F1 from an Average Joe.
Emilia Romagna Grand Prix Recap: Red Bull Strike Back. Super Max Verstappen dominates. Ferrari falters and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has his worst day in a long time.

CaliFormula1 - F1 from an Average Joe.

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 31:05 Transcription Available


Cali Formula 1 S2 Ep 9; Red Bull Strike Back. Super Max Verstappen dominates. Ferrari falters and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has his worst day in a long time.Red Bull comes to Imola and dominates the weekend! Super Max is back in the title hunt after a weekend where he silenced the critics. Sergio Perez continues his dream season with a podium as well.Ferrari had a chance to widen the gap on the Drivers and Constructors titles but Carlos Sainz's bad luck resurfaced at the worst time and Charles LeClerc tried to get too much and almost lost it all.George Russel was a bright spot for the Mercedes team that is struggling to find answers for the W13's performance woes. Lewis Hamilton has a weekend to forget trying to help figure out Merc's problems.Aston Martin comes back to get points!Lando Norris gets a podium as McLaren is getting back to form!Yuki Tsunoda has a dream day!Kevin Magnussen takes Haas back to the points, again!Alex Albon doesn't need trickeration to perform well!All this and more Formula 1 talk!Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Caliwww.califormula1.com Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, George Russell  Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez  McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris  Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel  Alpine | Esteban Ocon, Fernando Alonso  Ferrari | Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc  AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda  Alfa Romeo | Valtteri Bottas, Zhou Guanyu Haas | Mick Schumacher, Kevin Magnussen   Williams | Alex Albon, Nicholas Latifi 

F1 Nation
Australia Roundup with Ricciardo's mum, Alex Albon + Alpine

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 50:50 Very Popular


Leclerc domination. Max frustration. What does the Australian Grand Prix mean for Ferrari and Red Bull's title fight? Which team looks most likely to join the battle? Just how competitive were Alpine in Melbourne? Tom Clarkson and the team from Network10 TV in Australia tackle the big questions from F1's return to Melbourne.  At McLaren, Daniel Ricciardo's mother Grace Ricciardo and Team Principal Andreas Seidl tell all about the team's double points finish, what it's like watching Daniel race in front of a massive home crowd, and the team's hopes for the next race in Italy. Plus, incredible insight and data from Alpine shows just how strong their car is right now, and Alex Albon takes us inside the cockpit for his amazing points-scoring drive for Williams. Record and send Damon your questions for our next episode. Send your audio file to AskDamon@F1.com Follow F1 Nation on your podcast app to get the next episode as soon as it comes out. This episode is sponsored by: Fabric Insurance: Protect your family with term life insurance now, in just 10 minutes. Apply today at meetfabric.com/nation LinkedIn Jobs: Find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post a job for free at linkedin.com/f1nation

In the Fast Lane
Episode 105: Best of the Australian Grand Prix

In the Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 56:24


After the record-breaking return of the Australian Grand Prix to Melbourne, hosts Matt Clayton and Michael Lamonato wrap up Charles Leclerc's crushing win for Ferrari (02:43) and Daniel Ricciardo's promising showing for McLaren (07:53), while we hear from a host of big-name guests who joined us on In The Fast Lane Live from Albert Park including Sir Jackie Stewart, Oscar Piastri, Alex Albon, Guenther Steiner, Andreas Seidl and Ted Kravitz (13:12).

Purple Sector
Ep303 - Down Underwear | #AusGP

Purple Sector

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 73:19


Tune in for our review of the F1 Australian Grand Prix! There are new rules about racing in jewelry and underwear. Alex Albon did magical things in his Williams. Pirelli shook up the tire options. McLaren's livery looks amazing in the sunshine. George Russell continues to be consistent. Sebastian Vettel rode a scooter. Carlos Sainz had a sloppy weekend. Charles Leclerc dominated. Hopefully, that's enough highlights and teasers to pique your interest... SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE