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The Race F1 Podcast
Why Aston Martin is poised to make a big step in 2023

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 44:20


Mark Hughes and Claire Cottingham join Edd Straw to evaluate Aston Martin's stuttering F1 progress over the past two seasons, and why the move into its new factory should transform the team's fortunes. Come and see us live! To buy tickets to our first ever live show in London - featuring special guest Ted Kravitz! - visit https://www.sportspodcastgroup.com/pod-live/the-race-f1/ Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

De Snobcast
Antiek autootje

De Snobcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 35:15


Snobwaardig scheren kun je leren - maar welk mes moet mee op reis? En passant behandelen de snobs de oprukkende snor, die merkwaardig genoeg weer helemaal en vogue is. Jort was onverhoopt onder de indruk van een ritje dat hij recent maakte in een elektrische Porsche, maar verloor zijn hart niet. Wel zag hij aanleiding om nostalgisch te worden over een heden ten dage antiek, maar op het moment van verschijnen flagrant futuristisch autootje. De Lagonda, een elektrische Aston Martin, gelanceerd in de jaren '70. Die mocht wat kosten, met name het ontwerp van het dashboard, dat het viervoudige budget voor de ontwikkeling van de gehele auto opslorpte. De lancering werd een bescheiden anticlimax op het landgoed van een gevatte snob: de 13th Duke of Bedford, waar Jort letterlijk nog een boekje over open doet. Verder behandelt Yvo de vette haren van Jort met een grondig shampootje en kijken de heren TeeVee, alwaar zij meegluren bij de prille liefdesperikelen van Jona en zijn teerbeminde Jolijn.

Mode Push - the American View of F1
How Much $$ Did the Top F1 Drivers Make in 2022?

Mode Push - the American View of F1

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 30:23


Hosts Alex Kirry and Dan Jimenez begin the podcast talking about the latest F1 news including the resignation of Ferrari's Technical Director Mattia Binnotto who finally stepped down after a couple of years of heavy criticism running the Mugello outfit.   The guys also ask the age old question of F1 racing...Can you be a nice guy and win an F1 title?  Max Verstappen is the latest in line of champions who is much maligned for the way he's treated his teammates for the sake of his own personal win.  Is there such a thing as a non-jerk champion?  Probably not.  Plus, Dan rolls out how much money after bonuses the top 10 best paid F1 drivers from this season.  Tons of money at the top, not so much at the bottom.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport
702: How We Find Britain's Next Great Driver

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 26:10


When Jenson Button won the 2009 F1 title he became the first of our Young Driver Award winners to do so. Zak O'Sullivan was the 2021 winner and was recently at Silverstone to get his first taste of F1 machinery with Aston Martin as part of his prize. This Sunday night, at the Autosport Awards,  the winner of the 2022 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year will be announced.  On today's podcast, Martyn Lee is joined by chief editor Kevin Turner to reveal exactly how to win the prestigious competition.

Socrates GP
Socrates GP #25 | Z Raporu

Socrates GP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 53:40


Otoshops'un destekleriyle hazırlanan Socrates GP'nin 25. bölümüyle sezon finaline gidiyoruz. Çağıl Özge Özkul ve Yiğit Tezcan yılın en iyi yarışlarını, akılda kalan anlarını, Verstappen'in müthiş dominasyonunu, Red Bull'un başarısının ardındaki isimleri ve Ferrari-Binotto ayrılığını konuştukları bölümde, takımların sezon performansını da masaya yatırıyor.

Keep Pushing F1
Episodio #289: Análisis de la F1 2022 (con David Plaza)

Keep Pushing F1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 109:53


Volvemos con nuestro clásico de final de temporada repasando la labor de todos los equipos, uno a uno. Hablamos de las penurias de Williams y el resto de equipos de la parte trasera, de los dramas de Alpine y de las aventuras de los conjuntos de la parte alta. Y Ferrari nos altera el guión con la confirmación de la salida de Mattia Binotto del equipo. En la última parte elegimos los mejores momentos del año: el lío de pilotos de Alpine y McLaren, el día que nos dimos cuenta de que Red Bull iba a pasearse en el resto del campeonato y, cómo no, la mañana en la que supimos que 2022 sería la última campaña de Sebastian Vettel en Fórmula 1. Pero hay muchos más... no os los perdáis. Gracias por escucharnos y ¡¡Keep Pushing!!

The Pad-Hoc
Not Binotto, but Vasseur in a robe

The Pad-Hoc

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 45:49


Actual discussion about Binotto leaving follows a live review, and Nate pretty much fixes Ferrari's problem with a new team kit. Chris posed for a photo with Seb but walked out of an Aston Martin lunch, and Lawrence reveals he asked a massive question

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - The Final News Show of 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 34:00


On this years final episode of 'News from the Nerds' - James is joined by Abby, Bridge and Sam as they cover the top five news stories from the past week, including: Binotto is out, what's next for Ferrari? Ferrari confirmed the departure of Team Principal Mattia Binotto from the team leaving the team principal seat empty heading into 2023. With the likes of Frederik Vasseur and even Christian Horner's name being thrown in the ring, who will replace Binotto? And what do they have to do to keep Ferrari going forward? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/mattia-binotto-resigns-as-ferraris-f1-team-principal/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/ferrari-legend-ross-brawn-set-to-make-a-sensational-comeback/ Ricciardo's heading home, but should he have ever left? Daniel Ricciardo is going back to Red Bull as their third driver following his exit from McLaren after some lacklustre performances. Zak Brown believes Red Bull is the best option for Ricciardo, while Max Verstappen feels Ricciardo should never have left. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/verstappen-ricciardo-should-never-have-left-red-bull/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/brown-red-bull-gives-ricciardo-best-option-for-quick-f1-comeback/ The future is bright for Aston Martin: Aston Martin revealed the plans for their new £200 million factory, which includes three different buildings spanning 37,000-square metres. The team believe this new factory will be world-class and Sergio Perez, who raced for them when the team was formerly Racing Point, feels Aston Martin could battle at the front of the grid in 2023. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f1latestnews/perez-aston-martin-will-be-fighting-at-the-front-in-2023/ https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/inside-aston-martins-new-200m-game-changer-f1-factory/10405812/ Lazy Alonso: Fernando Alonso is leaving Alpine for 2023 and after his critiques about Esteban Ocon, the Frenchman has complained about the amount of work Alonso did at Alpine, claiming it was only 2%. Was Alonso really that lazy or were there tactical motives behind it? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/esteban-ocon-alonso-did-2-of-the-work-at-alpine/ New looks for F2, F3 and Formula E: Heading into the Gen3 Era, Formula E have rebranded with a new logo, causing a stir on social media. McLaren's Formula E team have also confirmed their second driver who is making the move from F2. In the feeder series, there have also been more driver announcements and a new team partnership with PHM Racing by Charouz. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-charouz-racing-becomes-phm-racing-for-2023/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/phm-racing-by-charouz-announces-f2-lineup/ https://twitter.com/Formula_Nerds/status/1597171776852619264?s=20&t=WcU3GbHW2s67Pm4bMN114g -- 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

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

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 608 · El análisis del GP de Abu Dabi (II)

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 53:54


En el segundo episodio de la semana, tras haber analizado el fin de semana, el fin de temporada y todo lo que ha girado en torno a lo que harán los equipos ahora, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 se centran, ahora sí, en analizar la carrera como tal. Una salida sin problemas. La salida de la carrera se saldó sin ningún incidente. Verstappen mantuvo, sin problemas, su posición mientras, por detrás, Leclerc, que salía 3º, luchaba por posición con Pérez. Sainz, que era cuarto, perdía la posición con Hamilton. Pero Hamilton se saltó la chicane de la curva 4, como el año pasado, y tuvo que devolver posición. A pesar de haber devuelto la posición, en la siguiente vuelta el británico pasaba a Sainz como un avión, pues parecía que el Ferrari tenía mucho menos ritmo. Un espejismo, pues en la vuelta 8 el madrileño recuperaba la 4ª posición y no la abandonaría hasta el final de la carrera. Hamilton, una vuelta más tarde, también perdía posición con su compañero: el primero parecía tener problemas en su coche con la potencia. De hecho, tuvo que abandonar la carrera a dos vueltas del final. Otra buena lucha de principio de carrera fue la de Vettel con Ocon. Alonso espiaba por detrás de ellos, pero finalmente tomó la decisión de no pasar al alemán. Diferentes estrategias en los equipos. Mientras tanto, Leclerc recortaba tiempo a Pérez, situándose en los dos segundos en la vuelta 14. Dos vueltas más tarde, el mexicano pasaba por boxes, siendo de los primeros en hacer su parada, quizás por estrategia pero, más posiblemente se debiera a que se estaba quedando sin gomas. Sainz paró en la vuelta 17. El madrileño optó por una estrategia a dos paradas, frente a su compañero, que fue a una parada. Por una vez, Ferrari acertó con la estrategia, dividiendo sus posibilidades entre los dos pilotos, y dando en el clavo con ambas. Una vuelta más tarde que Sainz paró Russell, pero en la salida del pit stop se equivocaron y cometieron un unsafer release, que sería penalizado con 5s. Por su parte, Lecerc y Verstappen pararon en las vueltas 21 y 20, y ya no pararían más, lo que permitió al monegasco quedarse con la segunda posición al final de la carrera. Segunda posición que le valió también la segunda posición en el Mundial. Excelente trabajo estratégico de Ferrari en esta carrera. Los veteranos se retiran. Sin embargo, el trabajo de estrategia de Aston Martin dejó bastante que desear, dejando a Vettel en pista hasta el giro 25 y luego montando duros usados. El alemán, en su última carrera, se quejó de lo que habían hecho en esa dirección, pues él mismo estuvo muy bien en cuanto a su trabajo, pero con una mala estrategia no pudo hacer más. Pero Vettel logró dos posiciones más de las que habría logrado por lógica. Y es que en la vuelta 28 vino el abandono, una vez más esta temporada, de Alonso. Y Hamilton, otro de los de su quinta, abandonaría a dos vueltas del final, como ya hemos dicho. El caso de Alonso y todo lo que ha padecido este año - con su compañero y con el coche - ha sido tan bochornoso que las imágenes lo han dicho todo: poco después de acabar la carrera se le veía cargando con las maletas desde Alpine hasta Aston Martin. Estrategia en los grandes equipos hasta el final. En esta fase de la carrera, Leclerc venía más rápido que Pérez, con mucho más ritmo, y estaba alcanzando al mexicano. Sin embargo, el de Red Bull volvió a psar por boxes en la vuelta 33. Una buena jugada estratégica del equipo austriaco. Pero en Ferrari mantuvieron a su piloto fuera: no sabemos si se arriesgaron a ver qué pasaba, si se adaptaron o si lo tenían planeado. Fuera lo que fuera, les funcionó. El mexicano luchó por llegar a Leclerc hasta el final de la carrera, pero no lo consiguió. Y es que, en la vuelta 45, Pérez pasó a Hamilton, pero el de Mercedes se la devolvió, haciéndole perder un tiempo precioso. ¿Fue quizás la venganza del británico un año después? Algunas consideraciones de cara al año próximo. En cualquier caso: la última carrera, sin ser de las más espectaculares de la temporada, fue entretenida y nos dejó a Leclerc y a Ferrari como segundos en ambos mundiales, lo cual nos llena de esperanza de cara a la próxima temporada: nadie hubiera imaginado la mejoría de Ferrari entre el año pasado y éste. Esperemos que hayan aprendido mucho también de cara al año próximo. Por otra parte, hay que alabar también el trabajo de Mercedes en esta última parte de la temporada, y sería posible que el año que viene la lucha fuera a 3 bandas, en lugar de lo que hemos visto este año. Es más, si consideramos que Red Bull tiene una penalización en desarrollo por haber superado el techo presupuestario, no sería descabellado decir que no tenemos ni idea, una vez más, de lo que puede ocurrir en 2023. ¡Y eso nos encanta! Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

El Larguero
Entrevista | Raúl Martín, ingeniero de Aston Martin: "Ganar el campeonato el año que viene es bastante ambicioso, nos hemos marcado ser cuartos"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 19:29


El español ha señalado que le dijeron a Pedro de la Rosa: "Habla con Fernando y tráetelo para acá, como segundo piloto tenía que venir él"

El Larguero
El Larguero a la 01.00 | Un ingeniero nos explica cómo ha ido el primer contacto de Fernando Alonso con Aston Martin

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 19:29


El español ha señalado que le dijeron a Pedro de la Rosa: "Habla con Fernando y tráetelo para acá, como segundo piloto tenía que venir él".

El Larguero
El Larguero completo | España debuta con goleada histórica en el Mundial

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 100:24


El análisis de la amplia victoria de España ante Costa Rica en su debut mundialista. El Sanedrín analiza las claves del debut de España y charlamos con Manolo el del bombo, que no ha podido viajar a Qatar. Un ingeniero nos explica cómo ha ido el primer contacto de Fernando Alonso con Aston Martin.

Keep Pushing F1
Episodio #288: Alonso debuta con Aston Martin y Verstappen gana la última de 2022

Keep Pushing F1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 79:11


En el episodio de esta semana analizamos el GP de Abu Dabi disputado el pasado fin de semana en el circuito de Yas Marina. Ha sido una carrera más en la que Max Verstappen se ha hecho con su 15ª victoria de la temporada, sin duda un gran récord. Su compañero de equipo, Sergio Pérez, no ha logrado ser subcampeón, "título" que ha recaído finalmente sobre Leclerc y su Ferrari. Nos hemos traído esta vez @RobertoMontijo para comentar un amargo nuevo abandono de Fernando Alonso con su Alpine, para luego pasar a la alegría del debut con el coche verde. El piloto asturiano arranca una nueva etapa tras dejar a su ya ex-equipo 4º en el Mundial de Constructores. Gracias por escucharnos y ¡¡Keep Pushing!!

Motorsport-Magazin.com
Formel 1 Teamcheck 2022: Die große Saisonbilanz | MSM LIVE

Motorsport-Magazin.com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 129:16


Die Formel 1 Saison 2022 ist beendet - Zeit, die Leistungen aller Fahrer und Teams noch einmal genau unter die Lupe zu nehmen. In unserer schonungslosen Teambilanz checken wir die Performance und Ergebnisse aller zehn Rennställe von Williams über Aston Martin bis zum neuen Weltmeister Red Bull Racing. Dazu beantworten Flo, Stephan und Tobi natürlich wie gewohnt Eure Fragen zu den Fahrern und Teams und darüber hinaus. Stellt sie einfach mit dem Hashtag ASKMSM in den Kommentaren unserer Videos oder direkt im Live-Chat. Mehr von Motorsport-Magazin.com: Web: www.motorsport-magazin.com App (iOS & Android): www.motorsport-app.com Folge Motorsport-Magazin.com auf: Facebook: www.facebook.com/motorsportmagazin Twitter: www.twitter.com/MSM_Online Instagram: www.instagram.com/motorsportmagazin Abonniere Motorsport-Magazin.com auf: YouTube: www.youtube.com/motorsportmagazincom Apple Podcasts: www.motorsport-magazin.com/goto/applepodcasts Android-User suchen bitte nach "Motorsport-Magazin.com" in der Podcast-App ihrer Wahl. Unterstütze uns mit einem einmaligen oder monatlichen Beitrag: www.motorsport-magazin.com/goto/support/ Wenn Du Fragen zur Formel 1, MotoGP, Formel E, DTM oder Motorsport-Magazin.com hast, stelle sie uns hier und vielleicht beantworten wir sie in einem unserer Q&As: www.motorsport-magazin.com/goto/askmsm

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - 2023 Chinese GP Cancelled, F1 Testing + More!

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 34:59


This week on News from the Nerds, host James M is joined by Abby, Sam and James P as the panel break down the latest developments in the world of F1 in the first show of the F1-post season. No Bull in a China Shop It looks like the Chinese Grand Prix will not be returning for 2023. It's not yet confirmed by F1, but has it been heading this way for some time? Will the round be replaced, and will the calendar be further tweaked to take advantage of these developments? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/chinese-grand-prix-to-be-cancelled/ Testing Times in Abu Dhabi Your round up of the post-season and young driver tests from Abu Dhabi, where track action didn't officially cease till the end of Tuesday. Who performed well, and does it tell us anything for 2023? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/abu-dhabi-post-season-test-round-up/ Alonso happy at Aston… so far Fernando Alonso is notoriously difficult to please, but so far, so good for the unlikely partnership between the Spaniard and Aston Martin. He endured a difficult season in 2022, despite looking every bit as quick as he did in his prime. Just how important will a car with better reliability be for him? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/alonso-compares-the-aston-martin-to-jaguar-in-2002/ Hulkenberg looks forward to 2023 Talking of unlikely partnerships, very few would have had Nico Hulkenberg returning to a full-time drive on their F1 bingo card at the start of the year. What will he make of the opportunity after three years in a reserve role? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/hulkenberg-post-season-test-headstart-for-next-year/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/schumacher-on-latifi-crash-in-abu-dhabi-i-just-simply-didnt-see-him/ F2 and F3 round up Just as an extended F1 silly season ends, so begin the F2 an F3 driver confirmations. A number of high-profile juniors have switched teams for 2023 already, and who do we fancy for glory next season in the road to F1? It's also F2 post season testing, so that's always an indication of where drivers might land… https://www.formulanerds.com/news/prema-confirm-their-f2-line-up-with-frederik-vesti/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/arthur-leclerc-set-to-make-f2-debut-in-2023/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f2-fittipaldi-and-maloney-join-carlin-for-post-season-testing/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f2-maini-and-novalak-leave-mp-motorsport-for-pastures-new/ -- 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

A DIARIO con Raúl Varela
Antonio Lobato, en A Diario (23/11/2022)

A DIARIO con Raúl Varela

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 12:07


Con el Mundial de Fórmula 1 finiquitado Antonio Lobato se ha pasado por A Diario para cerrar la temporada analizando lo que ha dado de sí y lo que se espera, sobre todo, de cara a la próxima temporada ya con Fernando Alonso en Aston Martin.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Paddockast
O ADEUS DE VETTEL NA F1 EM ABU DHABI + MELHORES DO ANO | Paddock GP #314

Paddockast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 149:34


O bicampeão mundial Max Verstappen venceu o esvaziado GP de Abu Dhabi, que não só marcou o encerramento da temporada 2022 da Fórmula 1, como também a despedida do tetracampeão mundial Sebastian Vettel do esporte. O alemão da Aston Martin ficou com o 10º lugar em Yas Marina. O Paddock GP também apresenta os indicados ao Melhores do Ano, prêmio anual do GRANDE PRÊMIO em 16 categorias.Victor Martins apresenta o programa com comentários de Evelyn Guimarães, Gabriel Curty e Gabriel Carvalho.Aproveite para se inscrever no canal do GRANDE PRÊMIO no YouTube e não perder as atrações, incluindo o Paddock GP, que vai ao ar toda segunda-feira e ao vivo.O Paddock GP tem produção de Gabriel Carvalho. A direção é de Rodrigo Berton e o podcast é hospedado no feed da Central 3.

El Larguero
El Larguero completo | Entrevista con Jordi Alba y Keylro Navas antes del España-Costa Rica

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 101:17


Llamamos a Jordi Alba y conocemos la última hora de la Selección Española. Charlamos con Keylor Navas, portero de Costa Rica. Las noticias más destacadas del Mundial. Análisis de los partidos del lunes y de la actualidad de la cita mundialista en 'El Sanedrín de exfutbolistas'. Fernando Alonso se subirá mañana a su nuevo Aston Martin.

The Race F1 Podcast
Abu Dhabi test: Alonso makes Aston debut

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 33:55


Scott Mitchell-Malm and Edd Straw bring you all the news from the final day of on-track running for 2022 - including Fernando Alonso's first drive in an Aston Martin, Pierre Gasly's joy at driving an Alpine, Oscar Piastri's second official day at work at McLaren and Nico Hulkenberg's Haas debut. Come and see us live! For information on our first ever live show in London visit https://www.sportspodcastgroup.com/pod-live/the-race-f1/  Save 20% when you spend £60 or more at The Race Shop! Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jump The Start Racing Podcast
Abu Dhabi GP Review: Danke Seb!

Jump The Start Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 42:31


Its a wrap! Danke Seb, thank you Formula 1 for an amazing season. The battle for 2nd place went down to the final lap as Sergio Perez did his best to catch Charles LeClerc but couldn't get it done. Congrats to Alfa Romeo on the 6th place finish besting Aston Martin after ending up tied in the standings. Also, we finally get an American Driver on the grid along with some announcements for Reserve Drivers…. Or Third Drivers I guess.

El Larguero
El Larguero | "La inversión de Aston Martin puede marcar la diferencia para Alonso"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 9:35


La Fórmula 1 mira a 2023, donde Fernando Alonso afronta una nueva etapa y Carlos Sainz puede experimentar un importante cambio en Ferrari.

El Larguero
El Larguero a la 01.00 | Fernando Alonso y Carlos Sainz miran con ilusión el 2023

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 18:53


Charlamos con José Antonio Ponseti y Jesús Balseiro sobre la nueva etapa de Alonso en Aston Martin y el futuro de Ferrari, y conocemos la agenda poliderportiva del día.

El Larguero
Carrusel Canalla | De La Rosa: "La ilusión de Alonso con Aston Martin es la mía, tenemos mucha ambición"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 13:54


El expiloto, colaborador de la 'Cadena SER' y ahora embajador de Aston Martin analiza el futuro de Alonso en la escudería y la temporada 2022 con José Antonio Ponseti.

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport
698: Abu Dhabi GP Qualifying

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 14:22


Luke Smith and Alex Kalinauckas are heading home from the circuit after watching Saturday's qualifying action, here to analyse how tomorrow's grid came together. They were also joined by Matt Kew for a track run alongside Sebastien Vettel as the Aston Martin driver bids farewell to Formula 1.

The Slipstream F1 Podcast
Episode 19: Abu Dhabi Preview + F1 News

The Slipstream F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 38:29


The Slipstream Podcast returns for a special midweek edition to preview the final race of the 2022 Formula 1 season in Abu Dhabi.  The guys discuss everything from Seb's final race, to what's on the line in the final race of the season.  Who will end up 2nd in the Driver's Championship? Will Max help Checo? Who returns to the Formula 1 grid first, Danny Ric or Mick Schumacher? Will Alonso intentionally take out Ocon to give himself a big sendoff as he heads to Aston Martin next season? Lots on the line, lots to resolve. And oh, let's not forget the events of Abu Dhabi 2021. AND HOT TAKES! AND THANK YOU SEB.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3450 - Toyota Reveals More Stylish Prius; Genesis Concept Hints at Future EV Design; Aston Martin in Financial Trouble

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 10:03


- EV Price War Breaks Out in China - Aston Martin in Financial Trouble - Auto-Brake Significantly Reduces Car Crashes - Subaru Won't Use Lidar For Autonomous Driving - Toyota Reveals All-New, More Stylish Prius - Genesis Concept Hints at Future EV Design - GM Signs Hydrogen Production Deal - Daimler Truck Fuel Cell Semi Completes High-Altitude Tests - Ukrainian War Vehicle Identified

Autoline Daily
AD #3450 - Toyota Reveals More Stylish Prius; Genesis Concept Hints at Future EV Design; Aston Martin in Financial Trouble

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 10:04


- EV Price War Breaks Out in China- Aston Martin in Financial Trouble- Auto-Brake Significantly Reduces Car Crashes- Subaru Won't Use Lidar For Autonomous Driving- Toyota Reveals All-New, More Stylish Prius- Genesis Concept Hints at Future EV Design- GM Signs Hydrogen Production Deal- Daimler Truck Fuel Cell Semi Completes High-Altitude Tests- Ukrainian War Vehicle Identified

move. crush. count.
MCC 77 Finding Business Inspiration at Monterey Car Week

move. crush. count.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 47:20


Welcome to Episode 77 of the move crush count podcast. In this episode, Todd Blue and I discuss finding business inspiration. So, if you want to get new ideas, create better client experiences, and strengthen relationships and grow your network so you can create new opportunities, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: Client Entertainment Dealer Entertainment How the shows have changed over the years Perspective from a first-timer vs someone who has attended for many years. Corporate sponsorships Hotels and packages (the right way to do Pebble) Bring a car? Get a driver? Rent a car? Connecting with friends and creating new ones. The food and the parties The collectors The restorers About Todd Blue Todd regularly attends Monterey Car Week, and his accomplishments include: Vice President of Commercial Trading for Louisville Scrap Material Company After partnering to purchase the company and its affiliates, he later sold most of its assets to Progress Rail, for whom Todd served as the metals division's Executive Vice President between 1998 & 2000. Todd joined Cobalt Ventures LLC (which he previously co-founded) full-time in 2000. Cobalt developed real estate, invested in operating businesses, and was a dealer of classic cars. 2010 Todd founded the indiGO Auto Group. Todd served as Founder, CEO and Dealer Principal from January 2010-July 2020. IndiGO's rapid growth began with the acquisition of Porsche North Houston in 2010, followed by Lamborghini Houston in 2011. Rancho Mirage's Desert European Motorcars (franchises for Porsche, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Bentley, Lamborghini, and McLaren) was acquired by indiGO in 2013. 2015, Todd consolidated two former Porsche dealerships in St. Louis, Missouri, to form Porsche St. Louis. BMW of Palm Springs was added in 2016. In July 2017, indiGO was awarded the Rolls-Royce North Houston franchise. October of 2017, Todd formed a strategic alliance with Pon Holdings of the Netherlands. With this transaction, Pon became the largest investor in the indiGO Auto Group. December 2017, indiGO acquired Jaguar Riverside. In November 2019, indiGO acquired Porsche Marin, Audi Marin, and Volkswagen Marin, and in December acquired McLaren Houston. After selling the balance of his interest in the business to Pon Holdings at the end of 2019, Todd continued to serve on the board of the company before his retirement from indiGO in July 2020. During his time in the industry, Todd served Porsche Cars North America as a Board of Regent, the Aston Martin of the Americas Dealer Advisory Panel, the BMW Western Region Business Council, and The Presidential Cabinet for Bentley USA. 2020 Todd formed Lapis Management in Houston. Todd was appointed a board seat as a director at Kataman Metals in St Louis. Monterey Car Week Links & Mentions from This Episode:www.movecrushcount.com The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering: https://whatsupmonterey.com/events/monterey-car-week/the-quail-a-motorsports-gathering/457 Monterey Car Week Overview: https://whatsupmonterey.com/article/activities/monterey-car-week-overview Monterey Car Week: https://whatsupmonterey.com/events/monterey-car-week Pebble Beach Concours d'ELEGANCE: https://pebblebeachconcours.net   If you enjoyed this episode on Finding Business Inspiration, please share it with your friends, family, and colleagues.   Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or anywhere you get your podcasts to get automatic episode updates for "move crush count!"

Efecto Coanda
EC154 - Um garoto de King's Lynn e sua vitória em Interlagos

Efecto Coanda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 109:22


En el episodio de esta semana, repasamos lo que nos dejó el Gran Premio de São Paulo (o Brasil si lo prefieren) con la doble victoria de George Russell y lo que parece ser el resurgimiento de Mercedes. Nos acompaña Esteban García una vez más para desgranar lo que dejo la visita de la F1 a Interlagos, con la mega pole de Haas y Kevin Magnussen, la implosión de Aston Martin el sábado en la carrera Sprint y el fin del romance entre Sergio Pérez y Max Verstappen en Red Bull el domingo. Entérate de más en EfectoCoanda.com

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Best F1 race of the season? More Red Bull controversy. Tiff Needell on Top Gear! WEC, WRC & more

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 43:13


Welcome to this week's episode of the Lovecars On The Grid Podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman are here to bring us another roundup of motorsport events from the past week. We've had an exciting weekend, with Formula 1, World Endurance Championships, WRC and British Superbikes! But first, we pay our respects to Simon Arron, a motorsport journalist who sadly passed away last week. Formula 1 was in Sao Paolo, Brazil this week, with a fantastic story for Mercedes driver and Winner, George Russell who took his first Grand Prix Win this weekend. The weekend was full of firsts as Haas driver, Kevin Magnussen took pole position in qualifying. We had many controversies during the race too. Starting with the incident between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen during the race restart. Who was at fault? We had controversy between Esteban Ocon and Fernando Alonso. The Alpine team told Ocon to allow Alonso to overtake as Alonso was on fresher tyres. Ocon refused to do so as he was trying to overtake Sebastian Vettel in the Aston Martin. Let's not forget the Red Bull team incident, where Verstappen wouldn't allow Perez past despite another team order! We have the final race of 2022 coming up in Abu Dhabi. It's already clear who the Winner of the driver's championship is, but who will come 2nd? Tiff finally spills the beans where he was filming last week, as he was filming an item with BBC's Top Gear, with Chris Harris, Paddy McGuinness and Freddy Flintoff! The final round of the World Endurance Championship took place in Bahrain this weekend. The Championship concluded with a final Toyota 1-2 win, with Alpine behind them in 3rd, just 2 laps behind the leaders. We had a dramatic rally in Japan for WRC, with a win for Hyundai on the tarmac with Thierry Neuville and Martijn Wydaeghe. Indonesia saw the penultimate round of the World Superbikes. Alvaro Bautista took three wins and the overall Championship win with a round to spare, with Turkish rider, Toprak Razgatlioglu taking 2nd and British rider, Jonathan Rea in 3rd place. Next weekend, we have the Phillip Island round of the World Superbikes, plus the final round of Formula 1 in Abu Dhabi.

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Round 21 - The F1 São Paulo Grand Prix Review 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 106:05


This week on the Cut to the Race podcast, Host Oli is joined by James M, Abby and Sam as the quartet dissect the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, held at the legendary Interlagos in Brazil + Oli plays quizmaster again as he tests the knowledge of the group. Will the trio fare as well as in previous weeks, or will they come up short this time? Arguably the race weekend of the season, each meaningful session provided action and surprises. From first-time pole-sitters to first time winners, there is simply no predicting what Interlagos might offer. Together, the panel discuss those highlights and major talking points. The action and subsequent surprises were helped with a sizeable side of drama, which will no doubt dominate headlines over the coming days and weeks. The third and final sprint weekend of the 2022 season, the festivities in Brazil were the best advert for the format that F1 has seen thus far. First, it produced the qualifying session of the year and perhaps the most popular pole position in recent memory. Changeable weather conditions caused chaos and confusion at Ferrari, George Russell set up his weekend perfectly by accident, and Haas acted quickly when it mattered most. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/a-red-flag-and-surprise-pole-position-in-the-sao-paulo-qualifying/ Then, tensions ran high between teammates at both Alpine and Aston Martin in the sprint, with penalties applied to guilty parties. Verstappen fell back whilst Hamilton surged through, and there was no shortage of quality wheel-to-wheel racing, and there was a small sign of things to come at Red Bull. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/sao-paulo-grand-prix-sprint-race-results/ The grand prix saw safety cars, diverging strategies and the Mercedes duo confirming their apparent renaissance. There was action throughout and drama aplenty. Verstappen and Hamilton came to blows again, Alpine grabbed the initiative in their battle with McLaren and fractures are starting to show at Red Bull. But the question is, how serious could the implications be? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/sao-paulo-grand-prix-race-results/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/perez-on-verstappen-it-shows-who-he-really-is/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/hamilton-you-know-how-it-is-with-max-as-pair-come-together-again/ -- 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

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global
How will Red Bull deal with Verstappen ignoring team orders?

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 33:26


George Russell took a fairy-tale debut F1 win in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix, dominating the afternoon to finish ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz.But there was trouble brewing at Red Bull, where, after an uncharacteristically low-key weekend, Max Verstappen ignored team orders to let Sergio Perez through for sixth place, as the Mexican seeks to secure second spot in the Drivers' Championship.With Verstappen having very publicly disobeyed a direct order from team boss Christian Horner, how will Red Bull deal with the situation, and how does this change the previously friendly dynamic between Verstappen and Perez? Joining Michael Butterworth to discuss the key issues from the Mexico City Grand Prix weekend is Dieter Rencken, Editorial Director of RacingNews365.With Russell now having broken his F1 duck and remaining ahead of seven-time World Champion teammate Hamilton in the Drivers' standings, has the Briton showed himself to be a title winner in waiting?Further down the Constructors' Championship, who will win out in the battles between Alpine and McLaren for fifth, and Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin for seventh places?And as Formula 1 seeks to broaden its horizons and race at ever newer and shinier facilities, why do classic tracks like Interlagos continue to produce such good racing? All this and much more on this edition of the RacingNews365.com F1 podcast!

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 604 · El análisis del GP de Brasil

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 151:01


Penúltima carrera de la temporada y desde el Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 se considera que es para estar de enhorabuena. La Fórmula 1, incluida la carrera sprint, dio un fin de semana espectacular en Brasil. El domingo, incluso, hubo nuevos ganadores en la categoría, con los Mercedes haciendo un doblete de ensueño para ellos. Y con un nuevo piloto ganador en la F1, George Russell. El próximo fin de semana termina este Campeonato, que a pesar de estar decidido no deja de engancharnos cada Gran Premio, y lo hace en Abu Dhabi, donde aún hay cosas en juego para algunos. El sueño de un gran fin de semana, cumplido. Las carreras, este año, están siendo, casi todas, divertidísimas, llenas de adelantamientos, maniobras espectaculares y polémicas. Y la de Brasil fue así: polémicas, sobre todo el sábado, en la sprint, mucha estrategia el domingo y pilotos fuera de posición que pudieron remontar. Es más, el sábado nos divertimos de lo lindo con un Haas haciendo la Pole y el público jaleando a Steiner. El viernes, la clasificación no pudo ser más divertida, sobre todo la Q3, con esas gotas de lluvia y la pole de Magnussen, que consiguió con una vuelta espectacular en el único intento que tuvieron los pilotos antes de que apareciera la lluvia. El lado malo de la balanza se fue para Ferrari (qué raro!), que montó intermedios en el coche de Leclerc antes de que la pista estuviera húmeda y su jugada, de equipo de final de tabla, dejó al piloto 10º en la salida. En cuanto al sábado, estuvo genial ver como, por una vez, los pilotos asumieron riesgos en esta carrera. Y nos encantó ver la victoria de Russell, doblegando al mismísimo Verstappen. Está claro que el comportamiento de las gomas medias pilló por sorpresa a Red Bull. Sainz, por su parte, hizo una gran remontada y se colocó 2º, entre los Mercedes, y su compañero hizo lo propio y fue 6º, tras los Red Bull. Lástima de la penalización para el madrileño por cambio de motor que le hizo pasar a la 7ª posición. En cuanto a el resto de equipos en esa carrera sprint, lo más notable, y lamentable, fueron las luchas ridículas y los toques entre los compañeros de equipo en Aston Martin y Alpine. Una carrera sorprendente. La carrera del domingo nos dio mucho espectáculo, empezando por una excelente salida de los Mercedes, especialmente la de Russell, como también fue muy buena la de Norris. Sin embargo, su compañero se llevó por delante, en la primera vuelta, a Magnussen, provocando el abandono de ambos y acabando con el sueño del poleman del viernes. También hubo toques en la vuelta 6, cuando cuando se produjo la resalida tras el coche de seguridad provocado por Ricciardo y Magnussen. En este caso fueron entre Verstappen y Hamilton, con sanción para el holandés, y entre Norris y Leclerc, con sanción para el británico. Mientras, Sainz con los blandos mostraba muy buen ritmo, algo que mantuvo toda la carrera. Parece que el de Ferrari he ha hecho a su montura y ahora está al mismo nivel, o mejor, que su compañero. Lo mismo ocurría con los Alpine, que en la vuelta 12 estaban ya a la puerta de los puntos. Pasaba ya de la vuelta 20 y casi todos los pilotos habían cambiado gomas, pero no así los Mercedes, que no pararían hasta las vueltas 25 (Russell) y 29 (Hamilton), con muy baja degradación y demostrando el que el equipo germano podría estar de vuelta a la senda de victorias. Una carrera muy estratégica. La carrera, aunque muy divertida, fue eminentemente estratégica, como demostró la temprana segunda parada de Sainz, intentando hacer el undercut a Pérez y Hamilton, cosa que le funcionó. Una muy buena estrategia de Ferrari, como fue la de Alpine, que paró a Alonso en la misma vuelta y que consiguió unos muy buenos dividendos. Tras ello, adelantamientos y luchas, como la que se vio de nuevo entre Norris y Leclerc y la mantuvieron, una vez más, Pérez y Hamilton. En la vuelta 52 el coche de Norris se quedó parado en pista, por problemas mecánicos. Priemro salió el VSC y luego el safety car, que marchó en la vuelta 60. Decisión lenta, una vez más, de dirección de carrera y, por otro lado, debacle en McLaren. Durante ese periodo, Sainz paró para montar medios y salió 4º, lo que le permitió luchar con Pérez y meterse en el podio tras la relanzada. Red Bull mantuvo a Pérez en pista, quien luego perdería muchas posiciones, acabando 7º, entre otras cosas por ceder posición a su compañero, que luego no se la devolvería… Polémicas radios entre Red Bull y Verstappen por esa cuestión que mencionamos, así como la de Leclerc pidiendo que Sainz le cediera la posición para ganar puntos sobre Pérez o la de Alpine avisando a Ocon de que no luchara con Alonso. Unas radios y situaciones que empañaron el final de carrera, con la priemra victoria de Russell en un Gran Premio, el doblete de Mercedes o el podio más que bien trabajando de Sainz. La evolución del Mundial. A falta de la última carrera, este fin de semana en Abu Dhabi, Leclerc ha vuelto a la 2ª posición, empatado a puntos con Sergio Pérez. Alonso, por su parte está a 5 puntos de Ocon, así como Russell está muy por delante de Hamilton (26 puntos, concretamente). En cuanto al Mundial de equipos, McLaren, tras el fiasco en Brasil, pocas opciones tiene ya a la 4ª posición del Campeonato, que se parece que se quedará Alpine. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Beehive Household Podcast
GUY JENNER - CEO of HWM Aston Martin; History & Heritage of One of the Most Iconic British Brands

Beehive Household Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 45:53


Nataliya is talking with the CEO of HWM Aston Martin, Guy Jenner, about his personal journey and the history and heritage of HWM Aston Martin, the world's oldest Aston Martin dealership. Guy discusses his values and mindset and explains why consistency, working hard and determination are key to achieving success He also shares a fascinating insight into the origins of HWM Aston Martin and its long and successful relationship with Aston Martin cars.   KEY TAKEAWAYS I was interested in cars and able to speak the right language to people and understand what they needed Everything is a learning curve but the harder you work the better you do You have to create the opportunities and take them Collective learning and having access to a different way of thinking was transformational Aston Martin cars are very beautiful but for me, it's the engineering, how it drives, sounds and feels Performance is achieved in an understated way with smart design that delivers vigour and potential Success is having control in your life so that you can choose what you want to do The determination to be present and show up consistently is key As a small race team, we got on the podium and achieved, Stirling completed his first proper race for HWM   BEST MOMENTS ‘Being able to spot racing talent early on was an important factor in the success of the racing team' ‘It's important to appreciate everyone you work with in business and everyone you meet in life' ‘There is so much warmth and goodwill toward the brand'   VALUABLE RESOURCES Beehive Podcast https://www.hwmastonmartin.co.uk  HWM Aston Martin IG   ABOUT THE HOST NATALIYA LLOYD is a Design Entrepreneur & Celebrity Podcaster based in London and working globally.   CONTACT DETAILS You can connect with Nataliya on: LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/nataliyalloyd Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nataliyalloydinteriors/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NataliyaLloydInteriors/ And her website www.nataliyalloydinteriors.com   PODCAST DESCRIPTION On this podcast, Nataliya features successful professionals, entrepreneurs and businesspeople to discover more about their lifestyle and personal aspects of their success formula. The bi-weekly podcast episodes shed new light on how extraordinary people sustain their success, their winning mindsets, daily routines, challenges they face and provide inspiration and tips for all listeners.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Race F1 Tech Show
Why CFD hasn't killed off windtunnels in F1

The Race F1 Tech Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:40


In so many ways, the modern world is ruled by computers, but while Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has revolutionised F1 car design over the last couple of decades, the windtunnel remains a vital tool in every F1 team's development arsenal. On this week's podcast, host Edd Straw asks former F1 technical director Gary Anderson why windtunnels remain so important to car development that teams such as Red Bull, McLaren and Aston Martin are committing millions of dollars towards new facilities. Gary also explains why CFD alone won't get you very far, and the challenges of windtunnel calibration. Before that, Gary discusses the importance of data gathering in F1, and how it differs from practice to the race. And as usual, there's time for Gary to answer questions from two listeners, which this week are on CVT transmissions and the potential aero benefits of a dimpled bodywork surface. Want to ask us a question? Send a voicenote or email to podcasts@the-race.com READ MORE: The 'really complicated' F1 windtunnel steps that await McLaren The Race F1 Tech Show, brought to you by Aramco. Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Nur noch ein Double Header in dieser Formel-1-Saison 2022. Der Große Preis von Brasilien hat schon viele legendäre Momente hervorgebracht und auch in diesem Jahr könnte mit dem Sprint wieder was besonderes anstehen. Die Wettervorhersage lässt Chaos erahnen und das ist heute auch das Motto im Podcast. Es geht richtig ab, kein Witz. Sophie Affeldt versucht ihre Runde unter Kontrolle zu halten, hat aber ihre liebe Mühe mit Kevin Scheuren, dem Chefredakteur von formel1.de, motorsport-total.com und de.motorsport.com Christian Nimmervoll und Lisa Höfer von RTL, die am Wochenende nach Sao Paolo fliegen wird. Kann man die Bullen bremsen? Trotz Budget-Cap-Strafe scheint Red Bull das Maß ...+++WERBUNG+++ Jetzt einfach zu AXA abbiegen zu KFZ-Versicherungen mit Top-Leistung und günstigen Preisen – informiere dich am besten gleich hier. https://bit.ly/3y4p2Vo F1 22 ist das offizielle Videospiel zur FIA Formel 1 Weltmeisterschaft von Codemasters und EA Sports. So nah warst du noch nie dran! Noch immersivere Spielmodi, Kompatibilität mit Virtual Reality und dem neuen Modus F1 Life - mehr Formel 1 geht nicht. F1 22 ist ab dem 01.07. erhältlich für PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One und PC über Origin und Steam. Mehr Infos: F1 22. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Ticaracaticast
EP 208 - FELIPE DRUGOVICH

Ticaracaticast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 134:40


FELIPE DRUGOVICH, campeão da F2 em 2022, sendo contratado pela equipe Aston Martin para atuar como piloto de testes da equipe na temporada de 2023 da F1.

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #10: Brezilya GP'ye doğru | Lewis Hamilton'ın bu sezonki ilk zaferi - Max Verstappen'in rekorları - Alpine-McLaren, Alpha Tauri-Aston Martin rekabeti

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 39:59


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” 10. bölümü ile karşınızda!  Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal, Formulascope'un 10. bölümünde Formula 1'in 21. yarışı olan Brezilya GP'yi, Lewis Hamilton'ın bu sezonki ilk galibiyetine uzanma ihtimalini, Max Verstappen'in kırdığı rekorları ve Alpine-McLaren, Alpha Tauri-Aston Martin rekabetini konuştu.

The Ringer F1 Show
News Around the Grid Ahead of the Sao Paulo GP. Plus, Vegas Reactions and In-Person Mexican GP Takeaways.

The Ringer F1 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 57:27


Kevin is joined by Meg to run down the news around the grid ahead of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. They discuss their first impressions of the track, Stoffel Vandoorne's move to Aston Martin, Red Bull's return to Sky Sports, and more (0:39)! Later, Juliet joins Kevin to break down her experience in-person at the Mexican Grand Prix and their first reaction to Formula 1's weekend in Vegas (30:18). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Juliet Litman and Megan Schuster Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
Is Alonso right about Lewis Hamilton?

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 84:42


A rest week doesn't stop the LB Boys! Sam, Ben and Harry are back discussing Fernando Alonso's comments about Lewis Hamilton, Red Bull's boycott of Sky F1 and Vandoorne's move to Aston Martin. Harry also makes his debut as game host, so hold on to your hats folks - this could could be carnage... JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAm SUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebraking TWEET us @LBraking BUY our merch: https://late-braking-f1-podcast.creator-spring.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - Aston Martin signs ANOTHER Champion + F1 in Colombia!

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 33:00


ASTON SIGNS ANOTHER CHAMPION Stoffel Vandoorne has signed with Aston Martin as a test and reserve driver, joining Felipe Drugovich. The panel discuss Vandoorne's new venture, what that means for Aston Martin and where it leaves the empty Haas seat and Nico Hulkenberg. They also touch on Daniel Ricciardo's confirmation that he won't be driving in F1 next year and whether Mercedes is the route to go. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/stoffel-vandoorne-aston-martin-test-reserve-driver/ https://www.formulanerds.com/features/f1-is-nico-hulkenberg-now-favourite-for-the-haas-seat/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/ricciardo-on-2023-time-away-will-do-me-good/ F1 IN COLOMBIA A STEP CLOSER A second South America Grand Prix could join the calendar in future years in Colombia, named the Caribbean Grand Prix. The quartet give their views on a race in Colombia and how that could affect the already record-breaking calendar and number of races. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/stefano-domenicali-visits-potential-f1-destination-colombia/ 2'S COMPANY - AND THAT'S A CROWD!! Drivers were not happy with the crowds over the weekend of the Mexico City Grand Prix with the likes of Lando Norris sharing his thoughts on the situation. The panel dissect the events, the differing driver opinions and what should be done in addition to security guards to control the crowds. https://twitter.com/Formula_Nerds/status/1586742282740432899?s=20&t=4XTvq3CC-X5jvoAB5i3NJw DRIVERS NOT WARMING TO TYRE CHANGES Pirelli want to remove tyre blankets in the next few years but after the tyre tests in Austin and Mexico, some drivers aren't in favour of the move. The quartet discuss Max Verstappen's views as well as Mario Isola's and what they think the future regarding tyre blankets should be. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/pirelli-on-tyre-blankets-criticism-we-listen-to-drivers/ VESTI TO TEST AS HAUGER LEAVES Frederick Vesti is testing for Mercedes in the F1 post-season Abu Dhabi tests while Dennis Hauger has announced he will be leaving PREMA next year in F2. The panel talk about the exciting venture for Vesti, where Hauger could end up and the 2023 calendars for both F2 and F3 with new venues included. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f2-hauger-to-leave-prema-racing-for-2023/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f2-frederik-vesti-rumoured-to-be-in-line-for-mercedes-f1-test-in-abu-dhabi/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-f2-and-f3-calendars-confirmed/ A TRIBUTE TO FORMULA E'S IAN TREVOR The panel give their condolences to those affected by the sad passing of Ian Trevor, a beloved member of the Formula E community 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

Jump The Start Racing Podcast
Mexico City GP Review: MEX Verstappen

Jump The Start Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 58:06


The Formula 1 world descends on Mexico City and the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez. Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing are hit with the cost cap breach agreement penalties, Lewis Hamilton is sticking around for a few more years, and hopefully continues his war of words (and memes) with 2 time champ Fernando Alonso. Max Verstappen comes away with a victory and becomes the driver with the most wins in a season.   Let's Jump the Start! 

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
Is Alonso right about Lewis Hamilton?

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 84:42


A rest week doesn't stop the LB Boys! Sam, Ben and Harry are back discussing Fernando Alonso's comments about Lewis Hamilton, Red Bull's boycott of Sky F1 and Vandoorne's move to Aston Martin. Harry also makes his debut as game host, so hold on to your hats folks - this could could be carnage... JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAm SUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebraking TWEET us @LBraking BUY our merch: https://late-braking-f1-podcast.creator-spring.com/ SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Foodservice for Thought
A Feast for your ears: Feast and Merriment owner and Chef Ashley Odom

Foodservice for Thought

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 41:15


In this week's episode, Karey and Justin talk with Feast and Merriment owner and chef Ashley Odom about running a catering and events company, finding new food flavors to keep things interesting and some of her past experiences, such as taking a dog sled to go grocery shopping. Ashley Odom, founder of Feast & Merriment in Johnson City, Texas, is a self-taught chef that began in the restaurant industry at age 15. She began working front of house as a hostess, then upgraded to serving and cocktail waitressing and eventually preferring bartending through college. She moved in to a more permanent role of event planning in Austin, TX after graduating from UT and working for high-end catering companies in the area for 8 years before moving to Crested Butte, CO to start her own company.  Her love for cooking stemmed from her grandmothers' influence.  They were both restaurant owners in rural Louisiana, and their kitchens were always alive and kickin'.Ashley owned her own business in Colorado for 9 years, specializing in off-the-grid catering on mountain tops, secluded yurts accessible only by skis or snow shoe, exclusive fishing camps and river valleys throughout the Rocky Mountains.   After deciding to raise her daughter back in the Lone Star State, she bought land in Texas and relocated in 2015 to build her commercial kitchen and event space under the Big Texas Sky.  Feast & Merriment now cater out of house for weddings, corporate and private events, and hold supper clubs and intimate gatherings at my event space over-looking rolling hills and grape vines.  “Best decision I've ever made.” Ashley had a baby, got divorced, and started her own business all in one year.  It was stressful and challenging in the sense of juggling a new family life and trying to grow a business, as well as transition from front of house to back of house and allow time for menu creation and testing.   She wanted financial freedom and a schedule that allowed her to bring her daughter with her. As well as manage her time accordingly between home and work.  “I was so fortunate to raise her up to age five in a one of the most beautiful natural playgrounds in the world.” “I also took on a role contracting as a head chef for a multimillion dollar luxury/adventure based company, Eleven, while also trying to grow my business name Feast and Merriment.  My clients ranged from Bentley and Aston Martin to CEO's of Fortune 500 companies.  It was an amazing experience and I was given creative freedom to customize my food to fit each specific clients need.  I always enjoyed introducing Colorado wild game to the table for my east coast high rollers to enhance their Colorado vacation experience.” “I've always been interested in the arts and being creative.  I am a jewelry designer and learned silver smithing in college and started my jewelry company, Modo Designs, in 1998.  I love working with my hands, so cooking was a natural fit and I was always very comfortable in the kitchen. “  Feast and Merriment was created based on providing a unique experience that entices all of the senses, intertwining the culinary aspect with a corresponding overall theme or feeling.  It's giving it's clients an experience that will hopefully be memorable of a specific time and place.  It's about sharing time and a meal with new and old friends, and the commonality that can be enjoyed around good food, drink and atmosphere.  These events can vary anywhere from an intimate wedding to one of our monthly supper clubs like our Oaxacan inspired Dia de Los Muertos dinner with sugar skull adorned wait staff, an elaborate ofrenForbes Hever & Wallace, Inc. produces the Foodservice for Thought podcast. Please rate, follow and share the podcast. Help us introduce the characters and characteristics of the foodservice / restaurant industry to others.

Past Gas by Donut Media
Past Gas #161: The World's Most Expensive Car Collection Is Rotting Away (REPLAY)

Past Gas by Donut Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 53:28 Very Popular


Catch our episode of the Sultan of Brunei yet again, on this exclusive episode revisit (with a quick message from Joe!) Today on Past Gas-- the Sultan of Brunei, owner of the largest, most expensive car collection of all time. For decades, the Sultan had a shadowy but significant influence on the automotive industry, ordering one-of-a-kind supercars ranging from Ferraris to Aston Martins. Why did the Sultan choose to spend his vast fortune on thousands of cars, worth billions of dollars? Forget barn finds… today James, Nolan, and Joe talk PALACE finds… it's the Sultan of Brunei and his massive hoard of cars. More about Show: Follow Nolan on IG and Twitter @nolanjsykes.   Follow Joe on IG and Twitter @joegweber. Follow Donut @donutmedia, and subscribe to our Youtube and Facebook channels!   Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/PastGas. If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/PastGas. Thanks to our sponsors: Sign up today at https://butcherbox.com/GAS and use code GAS to get one 10 to 14 pound Turkey FREE in your first box. Start your credit journey with Chime at https://chime.com/gas.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport
690: Red Bull's Punishment Explained

Autosport F1 - Formula 1 and Motorsport

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 27:00


The FIA, Formula 1's governing body, has handed Red Bull Racing a $7 million fine and an aerodynamic testing reduction after striking an agreement over its breach of Formula 1's $145m budget cap in 2021. The FIA revealed after the Japanese Grand Prix that both Red Bull and Aston Martin were in breach of F1's financial regulations for 2021, putting them at risk of sanctions. Red Bull fiercely denied it had broken the budget cap, but entered talks with the FIA over an Accepted Breach Agreement to reach a settlement. Today we find out: ·      what are the financial and sporting penalties dished out ·      how it will impact Red Bull on track ·      what this means for team who breach the cost cap in the future Let's get up to speed with Autosport.com Editor Haydn Cobb

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.

The InEVitable
Henrik Fisker

The InEVitable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 87:49 Transcription Available Very Popular


The future of design! MotorTrend's Ed Loh & Jonny Lieberman sit down with Henrik Fisker of Fisker Inc! Henrik discusses the highly anticipated Fisker Ocean, lessons learned from Fisker Automotive, the benefits of startups, their partnership with Magna International, designing the BMW Z8, his time with Aston Martin, infotainment systems & the future of software defined vehicles, what "subscription culture" will do to the car industry, the Fisker Karma & Fisker Orbit, how he's endeavoring to change the EV market, & how he views the future of car design!

Pat Gray Unleashed
'Strong as Hell' | 10/17/22

Pat Gray Unleashed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 98:25 Very Popular


Football had a great weekend both in college and in the NFL. Biden had an awkward weekend and tripped over his words again. He also claimed that our economy is “strong as hell." Biden told a preteen girl not to have any serious guys until age 30 … sounds kind of creepy. The U.S. has nearly run out of some of the equipment that we have promised to send to Ukraine. Two climate activists threw tomato soup on a famous van Gogh painting to protest use of oil. Another protester spray-painted an Aston Martin building. Farmers in New Zealand are feeling betrayed now that they see what their government is planning to do. Scientists are now claiming that life on Mars could have been ended due to … climate change? Harry Potter actor Robbie Coltrane has died at 72, and trans activists immediately smeared him for defending J.K. Rowling. Another church was threatened and vandalized this weekend due to disagreements over abortion. As Dr. Fauci is set to retire soon, he refuses to take credit for his guidelines during the COVID lockdowns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices