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Best podcasts about Christian Horner

Latest podcast episodes about Christian Horner

The Ringer F1 Show
Launch Season Preview, New Team Principals, and Dissecting the Nyck de Vries Lawsuit

The Ringer F1 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 55:00


Meg is joined by Spanners to discuss F1 launch season and preview what we can expect from upcoming reveals (1:35). Then, they dive into Ferrari's development and strategy (9:52), address Christian Horner's response to Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez's relationship (21:13), discuss Williams's new team principal and former director of strategies for Mercedes, James Vowels (27:21), and dissect the Nyck de Vries lawsuit (36:58). Plus, a few thoughts on the race schedule after confirmation that the Chinese Grand Prix has been canceled (45:54). Host: Megan Schuster Guest: Spanners Ready Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Mode Push - the American View of F1
2023 is Here! F1 Offseason Changes that Impact the Grid

Mode Push - the American View of F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 34:44


Happy New Year Mode Push Listeners...Hosts Dan Jimenez and Alex Kirry kick off the New Year with a new episode as we are counting the days for winter testing, new episodes of Drive to Survive on Netflix and a more closely contested F1 Championship.  There are new team principals, an exciting new grid and still lots of unanswered questions for teams going into the season.  Alex and Dan also breakdown the awkward exchange between F1 Boss Mohammed Ben Sulayem and Red Bull Boss Christian Horner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gentleman‘s Journal Podcast
”Winning is addictive — but I hope not to experience a year like 2021 again anytime soon...” Christian Horner, Red Bull Formula One team boss

The Gentleman‘s Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 43:01


This is the last episode of the podcast for 2023. But fear not — we're going out with a bang. Or a roar. Or whatever the noise is that Formula One cars make. Because our guest on today's show is Christian Horner, the Team Principal at Red Bull and one of the sport's most compelling ambassadors. Christian has petrol in his veins. He was a talented driver himself as a young man, before he set up his own race team, Arden International, at the age of just 25 — and then became the sport's youngest ever team principal when he joined Red Bull at 31. We spoke earlier this month, at the end of another bumper year for the team and its talismanic driver Max Verstappen — and in a reflective conversation, Christian gives us the inside line on the 2021 championship (the spiciest in history, perhaps); the secrets he learned from the sport's biggest characters; and why he always uses the same portaloo on race day.  Enjoy, and we'll see you in 2023.

Talking Bull
Christian and Adrian: The Making of World Champions

Talking Bull

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 37:49


The 2022 Formula 1 season has been one for the history books. We've had soaring highs, winning 17 races on our way to clinching both championships, and some crushing lows with the loss of our much-loved founder Dietrich Mateschitz. On this episode of Talking Bull, we speak with Christian Horner and Adrian Newey to discover what it takes to become World Champions. We hear about the history of the team, what makes a great driver pairing and who would win in a race between them.

Chequered Flag Formula 1
5 Live F1 Review of the Year: Year of the Bull

Chequered Flag Formula 1

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 57:03


Jennie Gow and the BBC F1 team look back at a year dominated by Red Bull Racing. They speak to world champion Max Verstappen and his boss Christian Horner after the team won both the driver's and constructor's titles. Despite getting the jump on their competitors in 2022 under the new regulations, the success came at a price with the team being fined for breaking cost cap regulations and the relationship between the two drivers not always as harmonious as they would wish.

Podcast - Bloke & A Bird
The Bloke and A Bird Show Episode 271

Podcast - Bloke & A Bird

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022


We're back to wrap up the 2022 season, we'll have a show this week, but it's up in the air if we'll have a show next week before our end of year break.Congratulations to Patricia for her victory in the 2022 Bloke and Bird Show Fantasy GP League!There was some news while we were gone:Mattia Binotto has resigned as Team Principle at Ferrari effect at the end of the year.Audi is investing in their Competence Center Motorsport as they begin work on their upcoming partnership with Sauber F1.McLaren and Gulf will not be continuing their partnership into 2023The FIA is dropping several COVID policies for the 2023 season. They're also dropping the 2023 Chinese Grand Prix.It's confirmed that there will be 6 Sprint Races in 2023, and teams will be getting an extra $300m added to their cost caps to account for the added races.DRS zones may get shorter in 2023 because the revised rules introduced in 2022 have had a positive impact on overtaking.Jeddah has made some changes to the track that should make the circuit safer.Zaandvort will continue to host the Dutch Grand Prix through 2025.The FIA Prize Giving was held last week and there was an uncomfortable moment between Christian Horner and Mohammed Ben Sulayem during the presentation of the Constructors Championship Trophy.Gunther Steiner has a new book that will be released in April.And an 8 part documentary on Bernie Ecclestone might be coming to a screen near you.Finally - we recap how we did with our predictions for the 2022 season.

Scuderia F1: Formula 1 podcast
Ep. 397 - Ricciardo not going to NASCAR | Binotto not going to Mercedes | Horner 'surprised' by 2023 F1 entry fee

Scuderia F1: Formula 1 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 74:55


The 2023 Formula 1 World Championship may have finished several weeks ago, but there are plenty of F1 news stories still making the rounds. Some of the newsworthy stories this week include Daniel Ricciardo ruling out a one-off appearance at a NASCAR race, Toto Wolff said that Mercedes will not offer former Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto a job, and Red Bull's Christian Horner was 'surprised' when he saw the hefty entrance fee that his team will have to pay to race in F1 in 2023. All this and more on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Title music created by J.T. the Human: https://www.jtthehuman.com/ Check out The RaceWknd magazine here! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: scuderiaf1pod@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com/scuderiaf1 or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Grid Penalty: A Formula 1 Podcast for Everybody
Autosport Awards, Sprint Races, and Contracts

Grid Penalty: A Formula 1 Podcast for Everybody

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 57:11


This week, FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem gets hammered at the Autosport Awards and has quite the interaction with Christian Horner. Plus, 2023 Sprint Races announced, Lewis's upcoming contract for '24, Danny Ric declining seats, and our sweet sweet heartbroken Charles Leclerc. Follow our hosts @iambrentgill @geofftice and @KOrecording 

F1: Beyond The Grid
Toto Wolff: falling behind, fighting back

F1: Beyond The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 54:39


He's led Mercedes to 115 race wins in Formula 1, but Toto Wolff is only focused on the next victory. The Silver Arrows stumbled in 2022. They learned lessons while they were down and scored a late-season win to fire them up for 2023. Toto tells Tom Clarkson how a difficult year will benefit the team in future. He explains how the performance of George Russell, the leadership of Lewis Hamilton, the legacy of Niki Lauda and Toto's own influence will be key ingredients in Mercedes recovery. ‘The days we lose are the days our competitors will regret, because we learn the most', says Toto. It sounds like he's already racing for that next win… Related episodes: Christian Horner, Toto's Red Bull rival  Mattia Binotto, Ferrari's outgoing Team Principal  Daniel Ricciardo George Russell  This episode is sponsored by:  Rocket Money: get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to rocketmoney.com/GRID. Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year LinkedIn Jobs: find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at linkedin.com/GRID

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #14: 2022 sezonu "en"leri | Max Verstappen'in kariyer sonrası planları - Christina Horner'ın espri anlayışı - Lando Norris'in performansında McLaren'in etkisi

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 33:04


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” 14. bölümü ile karşınızda!  Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal, Formulascope'un 14. bölümünde Formula 1 2022 sezonu "en"lerini, Max Verstappen'in Formula 1 kariyeri sonrasındaki planlarını, Christian Horner ile Toto Wolff'un takım patronluğu üzerinden kıyaslamasını ve Lando Norris'in performansını konuştu.

GPFans News
Hamilton shares theory about behaviour Verstappen | GPFans Recap

GPFans News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 4:41


Lewis Hamilton has suggested rival Max Verstappen behaves differently around him on track due to his success in F1 with Mercedes while Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has responded to rumours linking him with a sensational move to Ferrari following Mattia Binotto's resignation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gpfansglobal/message

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

AUSF1
Sao Paulo GP: There's only one person running Red Bull Racing, and it ain't Christian Horner

AUSF1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 52:43


It's amazing that we'd all forgotten why Daniel Ricciardo left Red Bull Racing. Well, if you needed reminding, listen to the current World Champ's radio chat as he crossed the finish line. Also, Campy isn't here, which may or may not be a winning situation for you!  

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!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Will Red Bull ever stop whinging? F1 news. MotoGP - Valencia, NASCAR- Champions. On the Grid!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 27:03


Welcome to episode 44 of the Lovecars On The Grid pocast! Our hosts, Paul Woodman and Tiff Needell bring us another motorsport roundup from the past week. This week, we have two new World Champions! But we start with paying our respect to Coy Gibbs, the executive for Joe Gibbs racing, who sadly passed away this weekend. His death was less than a day after his Son won the Xfinity Series Championship. In Formula 1, Christian Horner is in the news again, claiming that there was a leak from Red Bull to the FIA. We've had lots of PR from Formula 1 drivers out in Las Vegas for the race in Nevada next year. Elsewhere, there's a debate with Pirelli over whether tyre blankets should be continued. Pirelli have said that first laps out of the pits will be slower, but other race series don't use tyre blankets, so are they needed in Formula 1? The Moto GP riders were out in Valencia this weekend, with a win for Suzuki rider, Alex Rins, in Suzuki's last ever race in Moto GP. The Championship win went to Francesco Bagnaia, taking the title from Francesco Bagnaia. In Moto2, Spanish rider, Pedro Acosta took the win and became rookie Champion of the year, with the overall Championship going to fellow Spanish rider, Augusto Fernandez. Joey Logano was crowned this year's NASCAR Champion at Phoenix Raceway in Arizona. Next week, we have the Brazilian Grand Prix in Sao Paolo. We have the World Rally Championship final in Japan and the WEC final in Bahrain. The penultimate round of World Superbikes is also taking place in Indonesia, and let's not forget the Race of Remembrance in Anglesey!

Motorsport101
Episode #407: 2022 Formula 1 Mexico City GP Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 60:32


Can F1 please just have a quiet week? No? Fine. Red Bull had to go and be the main characters again... But first, we had to dedicate 10 minutes to NASCAR's Ross Chastain and the greatest overtaking move ever witnessed. No seriously, we're renaming The Scotty Award to The Golden Melon. Listen to us talk about the ridiculousness of the move, the dialogue on it, and Ross going viral for a series badly in need of positive headlines. Speaking of which, you won't be getting that with Red Bull. Yes, they had a record-breaking 14th win on the year with Max Verstappen in a reasonably boring fashion. But this concerns all of their antics off the track. First of all, the cost cap punishment came down - $7,000,000 and a 10% deduction on their wind tunnel allowance for next season. A significant enough penalty, or too light given the context? Then the aftermath as Christian Horner scrambled to explain himself, and then boycotted Sky from the rest of the weekend after Ted Kravitz said that Lewis Hamilton was robbed of the 2021 title and implied that Adrian Newey was the only reason they were winning at all. A narrative drum that Sky has absolutely beaten before. Fair? Should Red Bull have boycotted the biggest F1 broadcaster of all, and fire up other places in the British Media? It's a complicated discussion, but we try it. All of that and a Mariacha band playing the F1 theme, on Mexico's Motorsport101.

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

14 Siege in einer Saison, so viele wie noch keiner zuvor. Max Verstappen hat den nächsten Rekord eingefahren und will die 16 noch schaffen. Der Große Preis von Mexiko war vielleicht nicht der aufregendste Grand Prix der Saison, trotzdem gibt es eine ganze Menge zu besprechen. Heute sind für euch Kevin Scheuren und der Chefredakteur von motorsport-total.com, formel1.de und de.motorsport.com, Christian Nimmervoll, an den Mikrofonen! Der Verstoß und seine Folgen Red Bull Racing hat 2021 das Budget Cap überschritten. Ohne die Steuerrückzahlung des britischen Fiskus waren es rund 1,8 Millionen Pfund, wenn man diese abrechnet, knapp 430.000. Dafür muss Red Bull 7 Millionen Dollar ...+++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.

Hard Compound
Episode 38. Mexico Grand Prix 2022. The Most Boringest F1 Race of the Year.

Hard Compound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 43:30


Join Brian and Patrick on the Hard Compound, an American take on Formula 1. Show highlights: Fernando Alonso is God. It's science.  George Russell is our favorite new Bond villain.FIA got it exactly right in assessing its spending cap penalty against Red Bull. We are tired of Gunther Steiner's antics. Time for him to go? That Mercedes paddock is going to be a powder keg in 2023, with Lewis determined to get an 8th and his teammate, George Russell, determined to show he is the future. Everyone at Ferrari to blame for their poor showing. Who's to blame for McLaren's poor showing? Daniel Riccardo goes The Last Boy Scout on poor Yuki Tsunoda. Fernando's nasty remarks about Lewis Hamilton explained. That and much more, including our crazy predictions for the penultimate Brazil Grand Prix. Thank you for listening to everybody's most beloved father and son F1 podcast!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
F1 in Mexico. Red Bull cheating saga. Best overtake ever in NASCAR? On the Grid podcast!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 33:49


Welcome to episode 43 of the Lovecars On The Grid podcast. Our hosts Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another motorsport roundup! This week, we had Formula 1 in Mexico, drama in NASCAR, and we had Tiff's birthday! Kicking off as normal with Formula 1, where most of the drama took place off the track! We had the result of the overspend from last season with Red Bull, who overspent by £1.86 million. The team have been fined $7 million and 10% penalty on their aero production research. Team principal, Christian Horner denies any wrong doing, and puts it down to poor accounting and nominal tax fees. Was this enough punishment for Red Bull? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. Lewis Hamilton made the headlines as well, after he was booed in Mexico for beating Sergio Perez. Fernando Alonso also said that Hamilton only had to beat his team mate to win the Championship, whereas Max Verstappen had to beat the entire field to win his Championship. Max Verstappen secured his 14th win for the year in Mexico, taking the record for the most wins and most points in a season. The Porsche Carrera Cup was in Asia, with 6 race cars written off as a result of a driver rejoining the track too early. Did we have the best overtake in NASCAR? At Martinsville? Ross Chastain performed an epic wall riding manoeuvre to overtake on the final lap and secure him a space in the title race! We will crown the NASCAR champion next weekend! We also have the Moto GP in Valencia next week too, where we will crown a champion there too!

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global
Is Red Bull's cost cap penalty enough of a deterrent to others?

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 28:44


Max Verstappen took a record 14th win in a single F1 season with a consummate victory in Sunday's Mexico City Grand Prix, ahead of Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez and George Russell.But with Ferrari's Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc looking out of sorts all weekend and finishing a full minute behind Verstappen, will alarm bells be ringing at Maranello?Joining Michael Butterworth to discuss the key issues from the Mexico City Grand Prix weekend is Dieter Rencken, Editorial Director of RacingNews365.Away from the racetrack, it was finally revealed earlier in the week that Red Bull would be hit with a $7 million fine and 10 percent reduction in aerodynamic testing time for next year, after having breached F1's budget cap by some $1.8 million last year.With other teams complaining the sanction is too lenient, and Christian Horner calling it ‘Draconian', what effect will this have on Red Bull's competitiveness next year, and is the punishment severe enough to dissuade other teams from doing likewise?Meanwhile, Red Bull and Max Verstappen elected not to give any interviews to Sky Sports over the Mexico weekend, after being made aware that reporter Ted Kravitz had implied that Lewis Hamilton was ‘robbed' of the 2021 World Championship.This comes after Ferrari had refused to speak to Sky at the Dutch Grand Prix, and Guenther Steiner has not spoken to Sky's German affiliate for several races.With several voices indicating their displeasure with Sky, is it time for the broadcaster to change its approach?And with several drivers voicing their concern at the growing number of people in the F1 paddock, is it time for attendance to be capped?All this and much more on this edition of the RacingNews365.com F1 podcast!

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Round 20 - The F1 Mexico City Grand Prix Review 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 81:02


On this week's Cut to the Race Podcast, Oli is joined by Abby, James and Sam for their review of the Mexico City Grand Prix. Formula 1 headed to Mexico with both championships settled, but there is still plenty to play for elsewhere. Sergio Pérez and Charles Leclerc still locked in a close battle for second in the championship - with the former also hoping for a first-ever win on home soil - whilst Max Verstappen was looking for a record-breaking 14th victory of the season. The panel discuss the news that broke over the weekend, including Christian Horner and Red Bull's response to their penalty for breaching the cost cap and the team's boycott of Sky Sports, before taking on Oli's 'Confusing F1 Quiz', which featured some out-of-order questions and more driver-name switching to break Sam's brain. And then it was back to the track for the quartet. With Mercedes having shown some legitimate pace in the thin air of Mexico City and Ferrari having gradually lost their way, it would prove to be a 2021-esque battle between Red Bull and Mercedes. Did the former Constructors' Champions make the wrong decision on strategy? Was there a way for anyone to beat Verstappen? Where did the Daniel Ricciardo of old suddenly reappear from? And, of course, what were the panel's weekend ratings and who were their drivers of the day? -- 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

Chequered Flag Formula 1
Mexican Grand Prix Weekend Preview

Chequered Flag Formula 1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 28:29


Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls, former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer and BBC Sport's chief F1 writer Andrew Benson discuss the fallout as Red Bull's penalty for breaching the budget cap is announced. They hear from team principal Christian Horner, as well as look ahead to the weekend's Mexican Grand Prix.

Pitstop
'Verstappen en Red Bull wilden Mateschitz eren'

Pitstop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 23:51


En daar was zege nummer 13 voor Max Verstappen dit seizoen. Al was het geen makkelijke zege in Amerika. Hij moest er, door een foute pitstop, voor werken. Maar de Nederlander was weer de beste en Red Bull won het constructeurskampioenschap. In een nieuwe Pitstop blikt Etienne Verhoeff met AD F1 watcher Marijn Abbenhuijs vanuit Amerika terug op de race. Het leek een race zonder zorgen te worden voor Verstappen. 'Tot die pitstop van hem. Een zeldzaamheid bij Red Bull dat hij zo lang duurde. Volgens Verstappen was het een gun failure', legde Abbenhuijs uit. Het ging dit weekend natuurlijk over het overlijden Dietrich Mateschitz, de oprichter van Red Bull. ‘Red Bull en Verstappen wilden hem eren met een zege. Dat verklaart ook wel hoe Max de laatste fase van de race inging op jacht naar Hamilton.'Dan hing er ook nog de zaak budgetcap overschrijding van Red Bull boven dit weekend. ‘Zak Brown van McLaren had een brief geschreven naar de FIA waarin hij schreef dat teams die zich schuldig maakten aan budgetoverschrijdingen hard moeten worden aangepakt. Diezelfde Brwon zat vrijdag naast Red Bull teambaas Christian Horner bij een persmoment. De sfeer was ijskoud in die zaal. Maar we weten nog steeds niets over de straf of de overtreding.' Beluister de hele podcast nu via AD.nl, de AD App of jouw favoriete podcastapp.Support the show: https://krant.nlSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING
ALDAS THE F1 YOUTUBER - JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING S1 EP 66 with JORGINA

JORGY'S STRIPPING THE DIPPING

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 69:23


1 - What have you been getting up to? What were your earliest motorsport/F1 memories growing and how did you successful YouTube journey begin? | 2 - This week the Twitter timeline was in a frenzy because in light of the new cost cap financial regulations that were brought in to create a fairer playing field amongst the teams when it comes to spending, two teams have allegedly broke the budget and subsequently have NOT been given a certificate to demonstrate they complied with the regulations. A) What have you made about Toto Wolf's response in relation the sacrifices Mercedes and similar teams have made, in comparison to Christian Horner who's been defensive about the alleged breach. B) How damaging is it for the FIA's reputation that's already been sunk into quicksand, with its failure here to govern and police its own policies. C) If RB are found to be guilty, what should be the penalty for the breach and do you believe this could have leave a further undesired mark on the sport commercially from Liberty Media's perspective |3 - You've made some amazing content on YouTube amassing literally over 32million views in less than 4 years. Some really incredible videos go by the titles: 1. Greatest Rookie Season in F1 History, 2. Is the Ferrari F2012 the Worst Car Ever to Challenge 3. The Downfall of McLaren and so much more. What video are you the most proud of and what video did you find the hardest to research or creatively to put together? | 4 - Taxi, Dinner and Avoid |5 - Direct a Netflix documentary about a Rivalary in F1 |6 - Pick a Hotlap Circuit and Driver |7 - Another spicy piece of news that's arisen ironically from a not so typical Fabrizo Romano is what appears to be confirmation of deal being struck for Pierre Gasly to move from Alpha Tauri to Alpine. A - Is there any truth in rumours that Ocon and Gasly don't get along? B - What effect do you think this will have on a team like Alpine that have made improvements at the front of the midfield? C - In your estimations, where does this now level Daniel Ricciardo and Mick Schumacher? | 8 - Who is the most underrated driver in F1 History and Who would you say is the worst driver in F1 History? | 9 - Max Verstappen could be crowned World Champion in Suzuka at their pseudo engine manufacture Hondas back garden. People have already been quick to try and liken Max's number of race wins to the dominance of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton. But in terms of this years challenge, where do you rate this championship year for Max? Do the allegations of him a) not having a consistently competitive teammate, b) having an inconsistent challenge from his championship rivals, c) the allegations of the illegal flexi floor and d) now the breach of cost cap regulations taint the impact of max winning this championship. | 10 - If you could go back to any year of your choice and be an exclusive content creator with a team and driver in their championship winning year… E.g. Michael Schumacher 2004 at Ferrari. Which championship year and team/ would you pick? | SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION BY FOLLOWING US ON TWITTER AT @StripTheDip @Aldas001

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett
E186: Christian Horner: The Genius Behind Red Bull's World Champion Success

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 75:30 Very Popular


Christian Horner is the team principal of Red Bull Formula 1 racing team, which is now officially holds the world title in drivers and constructors championships. An iconoclast and a one-off, he was the youngest team principal of a F1 racing team when he took over, nearly 20 years ago. He's still the youngest team principal today. But his path to the top of the podium was not an easy one. Initially turning to team management in a desperate bid to stay in the sport when his driving career was flagging, for a while he was the sole driver, the lead engineer, the marketing and managing director of a veritable racing one man band. Now running an organisation of over 1200 people, Christian is one of the biggest characters on Formula One: Drive to Survive, the Netflix smash hit that has brought an entire new generation of fans into the sport, and the first generation to see for the first time the stresses and stakes of running a team that pushes people and machines to the edge of what's possible, every single week. Topics: What drives you? Visualisation Why its important to focus on the details Ego Do you self analysis? The journey if turning red bull around communication within a company How did red bull innovate? Keeping teams focused? Why do you think your team will win? How hard should we push people? Where does your motivation come from How important is naivety Being a husband and father during all of this Anxiety What are you working on personally? the lasts guest question Christian: Instagram - https://bit.ly/3EDNyRG Twitter - https://bit.ly/3ESwdEL Our new journal: bit.ly/3fUcF8q Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb Follow us on Telegram: https://g2ul0.app.link/E5re0ADNKsb Sponsor: BlueJeans - https://g2ul0.app.link/NCgpGjVNKsb Huel - https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Craftd - https://g2ul0.app.link/gZ8in6Dsvsb

Formula 1 on 1
Episode 45: The Checkered Flag - 2022 Japanese Grand Prix

Formula 1 on 1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 37:10


To say the words that Christian Horner did not get to say, Max Verstappen, you are the world champion! In the most unfortunately anti-climactic way possible, Max Verstappen clinches his second Formula One World Driver's Championship. Unfortunately, circumstances around the weekend prove to cast a gloom over Max's very well deserved title. The show wasn't entirely Max though, as the entire field gave us something to root for in the rain stricken Japanese GP! Keep up with the show on Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram @f1on1pod! Email: formula1on1pod@gmail.com Formula 1 on 1 Scoreboard: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OkEe6V8DBjGimql7A2htBYVqMU4XXOB9GjFkK3hkp2c/edit?usp=sharing Intro and Outro music: Upbeat Rock Sport by Infraction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeNmhqbdbVM Hosted by: Sashwat Venkatesh and Justin Lischuk Edited by: Sashwat Venkatesh Show Cover Art by: Simi Situ

Racy Books
Episode 5: Throttled by Lauren Asher

Racy Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 51:51


Get excited because this week we're reading the first book in Lauren Asher's Dirty Air Series, Throttled. Would you classify yourself as a problematic reader? Do you love drama and bad dads and crashes? (And murderers?) Tell us about it!This book uses the term F1 and has a Big Huge Italian team with an iconic red car. It's a nice mix of real and unreal, and maybe a good way to avoid copyright infringement! Some favorite vlogs for those of us on Youtube: Canadian van-lifers who now live in a cabin and a 23-yo influencer living in NYCHow many years between the characters makes an age gap romance? We're not sure! But we think it's important that the characters be at different places in their lives.“Is this what a slow burn feels like?” is a strange question to ask for someone who maybe just published a slow burn.There were some fun jokes at Haas's expense and it felt good to be on the inside.We were very impressed that Noah went to therapy twice a week during summer break. Turns out summer break is a fourteen-day shut down. . . but we're still proud.We determined the point of an F1 romance is the moment the driver says, “Being with you is better than winning.”KATE WATCH THESE TWO SCENES SO YOU GET MY REFERENCES:The waterfall scene in Last of the MohicansThe same scene but in Mission Impossible Two STAY ALIVE.Here are a ton of links to Real Things that have happened in F1 that also happened in this book: Vex has the fastest pit stop. (And Bottas has the slowest pit stop.)Noah had trouble with “the drink” just like Kimi. A moment between drivers at a press conference that maybe inspired the author?This is a pro-Steve Harrington podcast.Here's the playlist from the front matter of the book, you are welcome. (This podcast is at the center of a Venn diagram for fans of Taylor Swift, F1, and romance novels.)Proof that Noah could have done better than P8.We agree: James Mitchell is Christian Horner and Bobo Fox is Toto Wolff. Jax Kingston is Lewis Hamilton and Santiago Alatorre is Carlos Sainz.We disagree:Liam Zander? Is he Seb; is he Bottas? We'll have to read the rest of the series to figure it out.Noah Slade is the American Max Verstappen, gold shoes and all. I mean.

Hard Compound
Singapore Grand Prix 2022. Lights, Rain, not much Action. And then...Chaos!

Hard Compound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 37:21


Join Brian and Patrick on the Hard Compound, an American take on Formula 1. Show highlights: The curse of Alonso. 350 races and nearly everyone in a bad car. We demand an F1 Seniors Tour! Alonso, Vettel, Masa, Juan Pablo! First race in Asia, all Asian drivers DNF.Do not underestimate Sergio Perez. Max Verstappen has chased off every driver he's faced, except Checo. No quit in Lewis Hamilton, but Mercedes just did not have the car this week. Ferrari is at their best when the pressure is off. Nicholas Latifi is the Last Boy Scout. Plus our top 5 drivers and full race analysis, plus our crazy predictions for Japan GP.   Give a listen. Then subscribe. And as always, thank you for listening to everybody's most beloved father and son Formula One podcast!  

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global
Should Perez's Singapore penalty have been decided during the race?

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 32:37


After two weekends without a race, Formula 1 engines roared again last weekend at the Singapore Grand Prix.With a slippery surface and the tight confines of the Marina Bay Street Circuit catching out the likes of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, victory went to Sergio Perez, who controlled the race from the front after snatching the lead from Charles Leclerc at the start.But Perez's victory was not confirmed until after the race, as stewards deliberated over whether the Mexican had committed a Safety Car-related infringement. Perez was ultimately slapped with just a five-second time penalty, which meant he kept his win, but should stewards have been able to resolve this issue during the race, rather than having a pall of uncertainty hang over the final result?Joining Michael Butterworth to discuss the key issues from the Singapore Grand Prix weekend is Dieter Rencken, Editorial Director of RacingNews365.com.Before the Singapore event, there were rumours earlier in the week that Red Bull and Aston Martin had breached F1's budget cap for 2021, with Mercedes and Ferrari calling on the FIA to throw the book at any offending teams.Red Bull team boss Christian Horner angrily dismissed such allegations, and called on Mercedes and Ferrari to retract their comments, but if Red Bull are found to be in breach of the budget cap, what sort of punishment might they face?With several spots on the 2023 grid still waiting to be filled, what announcements can we expect over the coming weeks?And with F1's 2023 calendar having been released, has the sport succeeded in its aim of grouping more races together by region?All this and more on the RacingNews365.com F1 podcast!

Dirty Air F1
Dirty Singapore

Dirty Air F1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 47:06


Max needs a spanking, what the spending cap penalties should be, Green Day VS. which bands fit which teams, and what Christian Horner will sound like in court. Oh and a stupid night race. It's Dirty Singapore.This episode is sponsored by OKX. We don't know what they do either. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Chequered Flag Formula 1
Singapore Grand Prix qualifying review

Chequered Flag Formula 1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 39:23 Very Popular


Jennie and the team look back at qualifying from Singapore. They dissect what went wrong at Red Bull which meant Verstappen did not complete a lap in that final run. They also hear from the top three on the podium and Christian Horner who answers accusations his Red Bull team have broken budget cap rules.

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 54: A Monza-trous Episode

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 33:51


In this episode, the guys discuss recap Monza and looking ahead at the rest of the season. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 55: Gambling with Winner Picks

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 36:45


In this episode, the guys discuss the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix. Then get ready for some hot takes when we discuss the 2023 calendar and pick the winners. Finally, we predict what crazy things we'll see at the Las Vegas Grand Prix in 2023. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod. Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

La Corneta
Jugador intercambia short por estampas del álbum de Qatar 2022

La Corneta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:41


La polémica declaración de Christian Horner sobre 'Checo'

The F1 Hour
Christian Horner: "It Wasn't Fair" | Nyasha from Quickstop F1 and Shez | The Shakedown #13

The F1 Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 61:19


#F1 #Horner #TheShakedownChristian Horner: "It Wasn't Fair"  | The Shakedown #13We discuss Christian Horner's reflections on Abu Dhabi and the way Michael Masi was treated, the relationship between Max Verstappen and Sir Lewis Hamilton, whether Max Verstappen is more polished as a driver in 2022 because of the lack of pressure on him or despite it, whether Max Verstappen races Charles LeClerc differently to Lewis Hamilton, and whether Mercedes were rigth in retrospect to stop developing their 2021 car to focus on their 2022 W13 concept.----------------------------------------------------------------------My Socials:

F1: Beyond The Grid
Christian Horner: Masterminding Red Bull's return to the top

F1: Beyond The Grid

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 55:04 Very Popular


It's been a dramatic year for Red Bull Racing, from the titanic battle Max Verstappen fought with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for the 2021 title, to setting up their own power unit arm, before taking a commanding lead in both championships this season – with a flirtation with Porsche thrown in for good measure. Team boss Christian Horner tells host Tom Clarkson all about that incredible 2021 title fight from Red Bull's perspective, including his thoughts on rival team boss Toto Wolff, and that intense Abu Dhabi season finale. He also reflects on whether Verstappen approaches racing Charles Leclerc differently to how he takes on Hamilton, what he makes of Daniel Ricciardo's early McLaren exit, and why Red Bull decided now was the right time to set up their own engine division. Plus he reveals what happened to the proposed Porsche partnership, touches on some of the company's non-F1 projects – including designing a submarine – as well as how it feels to have led the team back to the brink of championship glory once again. Related episodes: Christian Horner in 2021 and 2018 Sergio Perez This episode is sponsored by:  Babbel: go to babbel.com/play and use promo code GRID for an extra six months free LinkedIn Jobs: post your job for free at linkedin.com/GRID DoorDash: for a limited time, our listeners can get 50% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code GRID

Dirty Air F1
Dirty Funeral

Dirty Air F1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 42:16


A Day In The Life Of Mattia Binotto, what would happen if F1 did the Queen's funeral and what did Christian Horner buy Ginger Spice for her birthday? It's Dirty Funeral.This week's Dirty Air is sponsored by the company that ticketed the Sliverstone Grand Prix. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/dirtyair. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 53: Land of (Banned) Orange Smoke

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 38:02


After our own summer break, we're back to discuss the Dutch Grand Prix, shifting drivers for 2023 and the possibility of an American driver. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

Box Box F1 Pod
Dutch GP Review 2022 | George Russell shoots his shot

Box Box F1 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 58:08


Amidst the sandy dunes, the Dutch GP delivered a drama-filled afternoon and we're unpacking all the hard-hitting questions. Does Ferrari know how many tires go on a car? Was it OK for George Russell to shoot his shot? And did Christian Horner force AlphaTauri to put Yuki's tires on wrong, then tell him he's cray, then fiddle around in his cockpit, then send him back out, and then retire him two secs later (

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
BONUS EPISODE - We Catch Up With YouTube F1 Sensation - TommoF1

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 52:32


In this bonus episode, Oli and James are joined by special guest Tom McCluskey, aka TommoF1. Tom(mo) has become an F1 internet sensation on YouTube and Twitter, now with over a quarter of million subscribers and more than 30 million views. He talks about content creation, explains how he got his big break, and of course discusses all things F1, including how he got into the sport, the incredible 2021 season (yes, including Abu Dhabi) and how he reckons Diego Simeone is the Christian Horner of football... 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

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 52: Top Surprising and Disappointing Moments

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 31:50


This week the guys talk about our top, most surprising and most disappointing moments of the 2022 season so far. Stick with us during the Summer Break as we take a look back at the season so far and look ahead to the future. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - 17th August 22

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 32:31


Welcome to News from the Nerds - your midweek news show brought to you by the FormulaNerds. On this week's show Abby, James M, James P and Sam discuss: 2026 Engine Changes and Porsche's Entry to F1 The 2026 engine changes have been announced with lots of new information, especially in relation to sustainability and safety. The panel go into detail about the changes as well as Porsche's new trademark and the potential of a looming announcement. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-world-motorsport-council-approves-f1-2026-power-unit-regulations/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/porsche-f1-entry-f1nally-confirmed/ Horner's Worries as Australia Confirmed: The dates for the Australian Grand Prix have been confirmed but Christian Horner has some worries about the calendar for next season. The quartet share their thoughts on Australia and Horner's concerns. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/christian-horner-f1-schedule-too-much/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-date-confirmed-for-2023-formula-1-australian-gp/ McLaren and Alpine Continue To Be In Headlines: Pato O'Ward has commented on the Piastri and McLaren drama, whilst Lando Norris expressed his high expectations. Otmar Szafnauer has also spoken about Alpine and Alonso and their goals for the rest of the season. The panel discuss the ongoing drama, their thoughts on McLaren's performance and whether they agree with Szafnauer. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/oward-piastri-mclaren-drama-is-laughable/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/alpine-not-concerned-about-relationship-with-alonso-during-2022/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/lando-norris-sets-ambitious-mclaren-target/ Formula E Crowns A New Champion The finale of the Gen2 era saw Formula E crown their champion in a dramatic weekend and also some news about Susie Wolff's departure from the championship. The quartet talk about the series finale and their thoughts on what's next for Susie Wolff. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/formulae-latestnews/breaking-news-formula-e-round-16-seoul-e-prix-results-who-won-the-championship/ Abu Dhabi Rumbles On: Toto Wolff and Christian Horner have both made comments surrounding the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix of 2021, with Horner's comments about it being redemption whilst Wolff admits he still thinks about the race. The panel touch on this and discuss their thoughts. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/horner-abu-dhabi-was-redemption-for-verstappen-fans/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/i-think-about-it-every-day-wolff-on-abu-dhabi-2021/ 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 Oli@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 51: Whose Seat Is It Anyway?

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 20:02


This week the guys talk about the seat mixups that are on the horizon for the 2023 season. Stick with us during the Summer Break as we take a look back at the season so far and look ahead to the future. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

Choosing Sides: F1
AlphaTauri - Sugar-Free

Choosing Sides: F1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 39:39


Another week, another midfield team that begins with an "A"! In this latest installment of Choosing Sides: F1, Lily and Michael discuss Red Bull's sister team AlphaTauri and what it even means to be a "sibling" to RBR. They also talk about the team's two very likable drivers, including fan-favorite Pierre Gasly and delightful (and ever off-the-cuff) Yuki Tsunoda. But at this point in both of their careers, these racers are facing a lot of questions — including how long they want to stay at team that'll perpetually be in Red Bull's shadow.Special thanks to our guests: Ashley Kalita, Magnus Greaves, and Tatiana Calderon.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.

The Red Flags F1 Podcast
THE INAUGURAL RED FLAGS DEBATE Plus Silly Season News Feat. Quick Stop F1

The Red Flags F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 78:45


It's The Red Flags vs. Nyasha and Thandie from Quick Stop F1 and we go ALL TWELVE ROUNDS. You won't want to miss this war of the words! We get into Esteban Ocon, Lando Norris, Daniel Ricciardo, and Christian Horner. Plus, YOU KNOW we had to talk about Max vs. Lewis. But we all came together over Thandie's Hebrew school past and the silliest silly season news.Who do you think won this debate?? Vote on our Twitter page: @TheRedFlagsF1.Do yourself a favor and listen to Quick Stop F1.

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 50: Whose Strategy Is It Anyway?

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 39:08


It's our 50th Episode Spectacular! This week the guys review Hungarian Grand Prix, question Ferrari and ask what Aston Martin is planning by signing Alonso. Stick with us during the Summer Break as we take a look back at the season so far and look ahead to the future. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

The Track Limits Podcast
Ep 49: Breaking the Curse (and the Car)

The Track Limits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 23:35


This week the guys discuss the French Grand Prix, preview the upcoming race in Hungary and give a look at what you can expect as Formula 1 heads into the summer break. Comments or questions? Email us at tracklimitspod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.

Scuderia F1: Formula 1 podcast
Ep. 354 - V10's coming back to F1? | Bernie Ecclestone to be charged with fraud? | Michael Masi leaves the FIA

Scuderia F1: Formula 1 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 96:40 Very Popular


It's a rare weekend off for the F1 world, but that certainly doesn't that there isn't a lot of news from the Formula 1 paddock. This week we bring you a variety of stories including former lots of drama surrounding McLaren, F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone being brought up on fraud charges, and Red Bull's Christian Horner wants F1 and the FIA to take a look at the possibility of bringing back V8 or V10 engines. All this and more on the podcast that is up to speed with Formula 1! Check out The RaceWknd magazine here! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: scuderiaf1pod@gmail.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScuderiaF1Podcast Twitter: @ScuderiaF1Pod Facebook: Scuderia F1 Podcast To advertise on this show, please visit https://www.advertisecast.com or email Overtime@AdvertiseCast.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

F1 Nation
Max unbeatable in Montreal – Canadian GP Review ft Jacques Villeneuve

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 50:12


Max Verstappen drove like a champion in Canada, and is now 46 points clear at the top of F1's Drivers' standings. Could Carlos Sainz have caught him in Canada? Can Ferrari catch him this season? Joining Tom Clarkson to debrief after the Canadian Grand Prix is 1997 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve and Josh Hill – son of '96 champ Damon. They hear from Ferrari's Jock Clear – who says Leclerc's terrific recovery drive to P5 wasn't the maximum result possible – and Red Bull's Christian Horner, who's in awe of how Verstappen is performing this season. Alpine boss Otmar Szafnauer takes us inside Fernando Alonso's epic qualifying performance and Alfa Romeo's Fred Vasseur celebrates more points for Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu.   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 at athleticgreens.com/f1nation 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

F1 Nation
Red Bull one-two in Baku - Azerbaijan GP Review ft. Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:02 Very Popular


Red Bull were back on top in Baku, celebrating a double podium at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Christian Horner joins Natalie Pinkham, Damon Hill and Tom Clarkson in the paddock, fresh from the victory that saw Max Verstappen secure his first win at the Baku street circuit on Sunday. The race was full of drama as both Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz suffered technical issues, leaving Ferrari with two DNFs and putting Red Bull in the driving seat in the constructors' standings, with their lead now 80 points over the Scuderia. Haas's Kevin Magnussen joins the gang to discuss his own power unit issues and McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris and Andreas Seidl pop by to talk race strategy and team orders, as Ferrari's Marc Gené opens up about the team's disappointing weekend. Nat, Tom and Damon also gather insight on all the action from Sky F1 presenters, Naomi Schiff and Johnny Herbert.  This episode is sponsored by:  BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/F1NATION Shopify: Sign up for a FREE fourteen-day trial at shopify.co.uk/nation