Tune in for our preview of the F1 Russian Grand Prix! We open the Mailboxboxbox to revisit more listener messages about the Italian Grand Prix at Monza ranging from tuna pizza to the Maxxident. Superfan Ken also lays out his plans for the upcoming race weekend. There is lots of news coming out of the Haas garage, Valtteri Bottas states the obvious, and Kimi "the Iceman" Raikkonen makes his return to the track. Sochi is soaking wet with the garages already under water so be careful with your rain dances. Mercedes is hoping they "reign" this weekend to claim their 10th victory in as many Grands Prix in Russia. Ferrari is finally unleashing a hybrid system on their power unit, and Charles Leclerc will start at the back of the grid. What exactly is horsepower? What will Red Bull do with Max Verstappen's engine since he is carrying a 3-place grid penalty from the Maxxident? Can Checo carry the load if Max drops to the back of the grid? Which drivers will shine if we have a wet weekend? Will Nikita Mazepin put on a show in front of his home crowd? How late will Vladimir Putin arrive, and will he get sprayed with sparkling wine on the podium? What will you mix with your Russian vodka for Formula Brunch? There are lots of unknowns this Formula 1 weekend with the penalties, weather, Putin, and a plethora of vodka cocktails... The only way to figure it all out is by going racing! SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
Tune in for our recap of the Italian Grand Prix! Another sprint race weekend and another wreck involving Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen which we have appropriately dubbed "The Maxxident". Will we ever get to see those two go wheel to wheel and actually keep it clean? The boys discuss. McLaren is back! The boys from Woking finally got another win after a long 170 Grand Prix drought! Not only that, they did it in spectacular fashion with Daniel Ricciardo on the top step and Lando Norris right behind him in P2. Zak Brown is probably still partying and raiding someone's liquor cabinet as you read this. Elsewhere, teammate rivalries seem to be heating up! Everyone knows the relationship at Haas between Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin is already incendiary, but things seem to also be getting ugly at Aston Martin as Lance Stroll has been getting his elbows out against his teammate Sebastian Vettel. All of this and more for a Grand Prix where there is PLENTY to talk about! Tune in and enjoy!
Oz and Commish are back again to recap a wild week 1 of the NFL season and look forward to the best matchups in week 2! Plus a big weekend for McLaren at the Italian Grand Prix and college football upsets. Twitter: @aokworldwideIntro Music: Haze by Doxent Zsigmond (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/doxent/58340 Ft: Zutsuri, DJ Vadim, _ghost, Jeris, Siobhan Dakay, airtone
We're two Americans irreverently talking F1!In this episode, it's shoeys and Schuey! We recap the wild Italian Grand Prix from last Sunday as our two McLaren boys ascended, and we also checked out the new Schumacher documentary on Netflix. Socials:Fyeahfone@gmail.comTwitter: @fyeahf1podInstagram: fyeahf1podThanks to Søren Purz for art!
This week, we're taking a slight detour from music videos for a very special spoiler chat about the 2021 Italian Grand Prix. Join Paul, LB, and Fernanda as we analyze the thrilling race at the 5.793 kilometer-long track, Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Hear our takes on yet another Sprint format that gave our favorite papaya orange-wearing boys a weekend full of great racing. It's about ******* time. Más Fanbyte: Fanbyte Podcast Network (We have other channels with equally incredible shows. We promise.) Follow us on Twitter (Yell at us on Twitter in good ways.) Talk to us on Discord (Talk to us and our loving community. Also we have a pets channel that is very good so like...) Twitch Live Streams (Hang out with us live and yell good things at us.) Rate and review our show (Please show us your support by rating and telling Paul how much you love his work to make his heart feel good or we keep him in the podcast dungeon forever, never to see the sun again.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hayden is joined by Liam Worley to discuss the eventful Italian Grand Prix, including Danny Ric's win, Max/Lewis's crash, and more! As well, Chris joins the show to explain Ohio State's loss to Oregon, discuss the Florida/Alabama matchup and Florida's QB situation, and decide if Oregon and Iowa should've moved up that high in the rankings. For the NFL, discussion of the Cowboys vs. Buccaneers game. Was it a good performance by the Cowboys, and how do we feel about Tampa after almost losing? Also, which teams shined and which didn't in Week 1, and are the Rams the favorites in the NFC West after their victory on Sunday Night Football? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/offthebenchxlr/support
The Italian Grand Prix provided a deathly dull sprint race and then a much more exciting main event. Cheeka, Phill and Terry discuss this unexpected winners, completely expected crashes and whether they deserved penalties, and then talk about sex toys and which driver you'd want to sleep with. Business as usual, really. We have a newsletter, released the Monday* after each race. Subscribe here: ff1s.com/newsnewsnews * no really
We are back after that unexpected break, what a race that was. Henry, Jack, and Cole discuss everything that happened at the Italian Grand Prix. The guys talk about the Max and Lewis crash, Valterri's monster drive, and Shoeys are back! Congrats to Daniel Ricciardo on his first win in the Mclaren!
Episode 38 - Revenge of the Idiots - is live.Kops and Lee are back with a new expert episode! It's only Idiots this week...- Lee is reading Jack Carr's James Reece novels (https://www.officialjackcarr.com/). The most recent book talks about COVID and the September 11th attack. Kops and Lee discuss the Todd Beamer call from Flight 93, how they would react in stressful situations and the 20th anniversary of September 11th. - Lee played some Pickleball, his foot is all healed! Then this past Sunday Lee had an epic Sunday: He watched the Italian Grand Prix, the Eagles opening game and the US Open Men's Final. - The Idiots break down their plans for the podcast; they are taking a few weeks off and will have some amazing guests when they are back. - Kops and Lee close this one out talking about their favorite movies, play around with the idea of watching a movie then talking about it on the pod and the top movies of all time. Contact Amy Schwartz (@theshoeboxchef) for any holiday gifting, personalized bridal showers sweets or to send a gift that will brighten your neighbor's day. Mention the Idiots sent you!Follow Two Idiots and an Expert on… Facebook / Instagram / Twitter#jackcarr #jamesreece #september11th #pickleball #f1 #italiangp #nfl #flyeaglesfly #usopen #ApplePodcast #SpotifyPodcast #TwoIdiotsandanexpert #2IdiotsandanExpert
IT'S PIT STOP TIME! This podcast presented by HatTrick Sports is dedicated to all those F1 fans out there! Braydon & Jordan Dowler-Coltman are just a couple of F1 fans taking a pit stop to talk racing. It's the 14th Episode of the 2021 F1 season and we have shifted the rhythm of this show! Moving forward each episode will be released on the Tuesday following each F1 Race. This week F1 raced at the Temple of Speed! Braydon and Jordan discuss the tradition of the "Shoey!" As well as recap the Italian Grand Prix, as-well as breaking down the big crash that knocked both Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen out of the race!Finally they will set you up for the next F1 Race in Russia! ENJOY!
Lewis Hamilton refuses to give room, Max Verstappen tries to pass anyway. As a result, McLaren returns to its glory days with a 1-2 result at Monza Robin is joined by Christopher Roche and they discuss Who bears responsibility for the Hamilton Verstappen crash? Sprint Qualifying fails to impress Valtteri Bottas impresses Brilliant weekend for … Continue reading Episode 301: The 2021 Italian Grand Prix Was a carbon crushing shoving match → The post Episode 301: The 2021 Italian Grand Prix Was a carbon crushing shoving match first appeared on Fun With Cars.
In this week's episode of Spare Parts we talk about the Italian Grand Prix. We discuss the incident between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, our thoughts on sprint qualifying, and the performance of McLaren. We also talk about Indycar and Nascar's champions situation with only 2 races left in the Indycar season, and 1 race left in the first round of playoffs. Join us as we discuss all these topics in the world of motorsports
This weekend's Italian Grand Prix broke a few losing streaks, we got to see the first McLaren win since 2012, the first 1-2 by the papaya team since 2010 and the first Daniel Ricciardo winning [...] The post Episode 300 – Shoey At The Front, Schumi At The Back appeared first on 3Legs4Wheels.
I ramble about movie trailers, video game trailers, and watching sports highlights on Youtube. Saw the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix, the latest Hawkeye trailer, and picking up a couple books to help me inspire to finish reading Dune!
Featuring Luca Manacorda from Motorbox.com. Daniel Ricciardo leads McLaren to its first one-two finish in 11 years in Monza after another Max Verstappen Lewis Hamilton smash. Listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Subscribe to the F1 Strategy Report on your favourite podcast app. Download APEX Race Manager on Google Play or the Apple App Store. Follow us on Twitter or visit the website at f1strategyreport.com
Phew, what a race! Once again the Italian Grand Prix at Monza delivered another humdinger of an event, full of action and incident. Here to discuss it all are Damon Hill, Natalie Pinkham and Tom Clarkson, who begin by talking about race winner Daniel Ricciardo's remarkable weekend and recent uptick in form. Then they get into the thorny subject of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen's latest clash and whether it sets a precedent moving forwards. Plus there's all the usual behind-the-scenes stories from the paddock AND another helping of Ask Damon, with listener questions of legends racing in a sprint series and team orders. To ask your question to the 1996 F1 champ, send a voicenote to AskDamonHill@gmail.com This episode is sponsored by: LinkedIn Jobs - visit LinkedIn.com/F1NATION to post a job for free
The Italian Grand Prix at the historic Monza circuit never disappoints and the 2021 version was no different! The honey badger Daniel Ricciardo snaps out of his funk in a big way by taking victory at the Italian Grand Prix and heading up an unexpected McLaren 1-2 finish! Max Verstappen and Sir Lewis Hamilton come together in a scary way at turn 2. Valtteri Bottas impresses all weekend after the announcement of his upcoming departure from the Mercedes F1 team. Of course the Jump The Start crew discusses all the news in and around the paddock including all the changes in the driver market. So much news, so little time! Let's Jump the Start! You can find us via all of our platforms at https://t.co/jpsXhBpHX9?amp=1 Visit our website http://www.Jumpthestartracing.com Follow us on Instagram: @JumpthestartF1 Twitter: @JumpthestartF1 Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube, Stitcher, Tune In, iHeart Radio and Google Podcasts Our equipment: All of us use ATR2100X Microphones - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZPBFVKK/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B07ZPBFVKK&linkId=50ff9478b8a3d815e54d095078f5dff1 We use them with Gator Frameworks microphone bases - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BPELU68/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00BPELU68&linkId=ddec13744b8d65862695d3c8f152631a Headphones are AudioTechnica M30x or M50x https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HVLUQW8/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00HVLUQW8&linkId=f7f48faf61160060180954dfb24888f4 Cameras used are 2 logitech C920xs - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B085TFF7M1/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B085TFF7M1&linkId=18849d3b40a55987a0ccaa8bd9750202 And 2 Lumix cameras. The real MVP is the Zoom Podtrak P8 that Ruben controls for all of our audio. Best piece of equipment out there - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HKL3T1S/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B08HKL3T1S&linkId=7623438f6042e30d4ca5abfa686871c6 This podcast is hosted by Ruben Pepin, Yhancy Nunez, and Wellington Moreaux
Vanessa Nöcker, producer and director of the much-anticipated 'Schumacher' documentary premiering on Netflix this week, takes us behind the scenes on the creation of the film and working with Michael Schumacher's family from concept to completion, while we wrap up Daniel Ricciardo's brilliant win for McLaren in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
Join Paul and me as we discuss the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix. We review each team and driver as they finished and yes, we do talk about the big crash between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen. We even discuss who was at fault.
This weekend we returned once again to Monza, the home of the Italian Grand Prix. Hopes were high that we might witness another classic, but when the chequered flag was waved it was Daniel Ricciardo crossing the finish line to win McLaren's first race since 2012 while Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen watched from the pits. This podcast episode was originally posted on Tim Hauraney's TSN Racing Pod feed, and we were kindly granted permission to share this amazing show with our audience. You can check out more of Tim's work here --> https://www.tsn.ca/tsn-racing-pod Follow Tim Hauraney on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/timhauraney We discuss this and more tonight on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Contact & Feedback: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: email@example.com YouTube: http://ow.ly/gerq50CxM5S 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
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk about the scintillating Italian Grand Prix, a race that saw championship contender Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen collide again, while McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo won. Jingle by Stephen Harrington (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Guest: Hendrik Verwoed | F1 Correspondent Max Verstappen will take a three-place grid drop for Formula 1's Russian Grand Prix after stewards said he was to blame for the crash with Lewis Hamilton at Monza. Renowned car journalist Hendrik Verwoed will discuss the degree to which this accident will become a game changer. He has competed in, written about and commentated on motoring and motor racing events for more than 20 years, and is regarded as one of South Africa's leading authorities on Formula 1 racing See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the 'Cut to the Race' podcast, Dan and Charlotte review the sensational Italian Grand Prix.So many talking points from the weekend are discussed, from Bottas' sensational performances to a first McLaren 1-2 since 2010.Of course, the incident between Hamilton and Verstappen is analysed, and the duo give their verdict as to who they think is at fault.Monza delivered!Follow FormulaNerds www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds www.twitter.com/FormulaNerds www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds www.formulanerds.com
Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell join Edd Straw to look back at all the action from the Italian Grand Prix weekend. Visit NordVPN.com/therace or use code therace to take advantage of The Race's limited time offer for 73% off your two-year NordVPN plan plus four bonus months for free
Daniel Ricciardo's first win with Mclaren or Verstappen-Hamilton's crash? What's your highlight of the 2021 Italian Grand Prix? For us, there's nothing that can overshadow Ricciardo's first win. You know well just what the Australian has been through post-Red Bull & with Mclaren to get to the top step in Monza. Congratulations, Daniel!
Spanners and Trumpets are joined by pro race car driver Bradley ‘Vettel Beater' Philpot and ace Danish TV journo Kristian ‘KPed' Pedersen as they cut all the chicanes in the Italian Grand Prix. From sprint race starts to pit race peccadilloes, from miraculous Mclarens to championship contender crashes, no lasting advantage goes unpenalized in this, the latest episode of Missed Apex PodcastPlease consider supporting us on patreon. We exist only because of our patron support: Missed Apex F1 is creating PodcastsSpanners Ready Spanners
Jennie and the team look back at the race from Monza. We hear from title rivals Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton after they crashed out midway through the race and reflect on Daniel Ricciardo's first victory since leaving Red Bull.
Just a few races removed from their Silverstone crash, Hamilton and Verstappen collide once more, this time at the Italian Grand Prix. With Daniel Ricciardo claiming McLaren's first win in over 8 years, there's plenty for Ben and Sam to discuss!JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAmSUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebrakingTWEET us @LBrakingSUBSCRIBE to our podcast!
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Russillo shares his thoughts about the Buccaneers' narrow victory over the Cowboys in the NFL season opener (0:25) before he is joined by The Ringer's Kevin Clark to discuss Super Bowl picks, why some analysts are doubting the Chiefs, high expectations for the Browns and the Bills, Lamar Jackson, rookie QBs, the Titans offense with Julio Jones, and more (10:30). Then they bring back America's favorite F1-based segment: Going Abroad. They discuss changes to F1 racing teams, the upcoming Italian Grand Prix, and international soccer (45:00). Next, Ryen introduces a new segment for the NBA offseason: NBA Fax, where he talks about the uneasy situation featuring Ben Simmons, Klutch Sports, and the Philadelphia 76ers (1:07:00). Finally Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:14:55). Host: Ryen Russillo Guest: Kevin Clark Producers: Kyle Crichton and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tune in for our F1 Italian Grand Prix at Monza! The MailBoxBoxBox is loaded with listener reviews and Formula Brunch talk. The news cycle has also heated up with Silly Season movements. Valtteri Bottas, George Russell, and Alex Albon all have new seats for 2022. Ross Brawn agrees with us on Sergio Perez not deserving Driver of the Day in Zandvoort. We also talk lots of pizza after revisiting Sergio Perez's red onion, french fry, tuna pie in Italy a couple years ago. A Lewis Hamilton impostor also scammed fans on the Gram. Finally, we preview the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix by discussing a Pirelli accident, Monza weather, Max Verstappen struggling at the Temple of Speed, and some new liveries for this weekend. Get ready for another sprint format! Are you still there, RyGuy? SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
This week on the Cut to the Race news roundup show, the trio are back to review the Dutch GP and preview the Italian Grand Prix and of course, cover the chaos that has been silly season over the past week.The team are joined by Andy from The Grand Prix Podcast, following Dan losing his bet that Bottas would remain at Mercedes, and he helps break down all the talking points from the last week.Bottas to Alfa Romeo, Russell to Mercedes and Albon to Williams are to name but a few.Predictions are of course made, and we look forward to the Italian Grand Prix!Follow FormulaNerds www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds www.twitter.com/FormulaNerds www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds www.formulanerds.com
Tim Hauraney is joined by The Ringer's Michael Baumann and Jon Bynoe to discuss a hot week in the driver market. Russell to Mercedes, Bottas to Alfa Romeo, Latifi and Albon at Williams in 2022, and what happens with the second seat at Alfa Romeo. All that in lead up to the Italian Grand Prix.
This week we're joined by marketing and branding expert Vincenzo Landino to talk about the business side of Formula 1. We discuss everything from TV rights, to social media, driver branding and much more. Of course, there is plenty of F1 news this week and a preview of this weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Monza. All this and more tonight on the podcast that is always up to speed with Formula 1! Contact & Feedback: Special guest: Vincenzo Landino (Twitter @vincenzolandino) Find us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you enjoy podcasts Website: http://www.scuderiaf1pod.com Email: email@example.com YouTube: http://ow.ly/gerq50CxM5S 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
The tow is worth about 0.7s per lap - so that's our pick for the buzzword for this weekend's Italian Grand Prix. But of course, 'slipstreaming' and 'drafting' come a very close second. The 2021 Italian Grand Prix also sees a return of the F1 Sprint - a second chance to like (or dislike!?) the format a bit more, we guess. Subscribe to our newsletter! It's free, informative, insightful and visually appealing. You can read more and sign up. In this Pits to Podium segment of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal preview the 2021 Italian Grand Prix. There's also the not-to-miss stats review from Sundaram in this episode. At the moment, it seems that Monza is most-suited to host the F1 Sprint - can we expect a lot of overtakes this time around? Also, watch-out for Friday evening traffic in Monza - all drivers waiting for the tow! It's Round 14 in the battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Who's car will hold the edge around the 'Temple of Speed'? Can Lando Norris get his points-scoring rhythm back? Mclaren need to strike back in their battle with Ferrari for P3. Who else is the wild card? Pierre Gasly arrives this weekend as the last winner of the Italian Grand Prix. Yes, 2020 saw a crazy result. Let's see what 2021 throws at us. Tune in! (Season 2021, Episode 54) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah Music courtesy: Lucien Byfieldt Image courtesy: Mercedes
Exactly sixty years ago, Phil Hill became the first American to win the Formula 1 World Championship after triumphing for Ferrari in the 1961 Italian Grand Prix at Monza. But that moment of monumental personal achievement was extraordinarily bittersweet, with team mate and title rival Wolfgang von Trips losing his life, along with scores of spectators, in the very same race. In this special episode of Beyond The Grid, Phil's son Derek Hill tells Tom Clarkson how his father coped with both the win and the loss. He also describes in vivid detail his father's beginnings as a mechanic and hot rod enthusiast in California, and how that led, via sportscar racing in the US, to an invitation to race in Europe for Enzo Ferrari. With fascinating insights into his father's unique character, struggles with self-esteem and driving style, this is Phil Hill's extraordinary F1 story.
(NOTE: This was recorded before the Italian Grand Prix for MotoGP, that will be in Episode 307.) For the first time since 2017, we got to say the craziest words in MotoGP: Flag to flag. And we got one of those at Le Mans with Jack Miller taking another dominant victory, ahead of Zarco and Quartararo. We ask if Miller's a true contender, as well as break down Marc Marquez's return to the front of the field... Even if it was brief. We also talk about the GP of Indy and Rinus Veekay becoming IndyCar's 5th different winner in 2021, as well as Romain Grosjean hitting the podium for the first time in half a decade! Enjoy!
Former World Superbikes champion, MotoGP™ racer and BT Sport commentator Neil Hodgson joins us to wrap up Fabio Quartararo's dominant display at the Italian Grand Prix, discuss the retirement rumours surrounding Valentino Rossi, remember his own career and reflect on a tragic Mugello weekend.
Nick and Somky review the 2021 Italian Grand Prix at Imola, the actual sponsors of F1 and Coffee (https://www.apocalypselabz.com and https://www.cochranmillbrewing.com/), and the teams and drivers one-by-one.... enjoy....
Johnny Herbert joins Bring Back V10s to revisit the final year of Lotus in 1994, when the team sadly bowed out of F1 without even scoring a point. Herbert, Glenn Freeman and Edd Straw go through Lotus's entire final season in great detail, from starting the year with a C-spec version of its 1992 car, with an ageing "dumbell" of an engine, which was finally replaced at the Italian Grand Prix - where Johnny famously qualified fourth. Johnny and Edd both offer their theories on where he could have finished that day at Monza, were it not for a heartbreaking punt from Eddie Irvine at the start. The following day Lotus went into administration. We also look at McLaren's attempts to sign Johnny at the start of 1994, how the team was affected by its own incidents on F1's horrific Imola weekend, and Johnny recounts in amazing detail what he encountered when he arrived at the scene of team-mate Pedro Lamy's terrifying airborne accident in testing at Silverstone shortly after the San Marino GP. He also explains why even the new Lotus 109 wasn't any fun to drive, and how Lotus's miserable season left him not even wanting to drive the car. Eventually Johnny was snapped up by Ligier and then Benetton, but he watched from afar as Lotus limped on without him, before it was bought by David Hunt, who had to shut the team down a month later. ASK US ANYTHING: Get your questions in for our series finale - ask us anything about F1 from 1989-2005 by using #BringBackV10s on Twitter!
0:20 there's a VHS tape here, that you may not be aware of, let's see if you're aware of it. A buddy of mine got it in the mid 80s. And it was called in car 956. Yeah, I'm pretty much aware of it. Yeah. Okay. Got it written down to her. Motor books International. That's right. Yeah. And, and he still has a VHS player. Yeah, only for that. Amazing. When we talk about that, it was the biggest seller ever of that time, for years. And it during that during the time of Porsche, because we did it during that good year of 1983, or 84. And ever, every, every event I go to, I would say, in the world, wherever I go, I will sign it. At least one copy of that even today. Even today, people come up there in the other end DVDs now. I mean, so when I, you know, I watched that. I mean, I couldn't know this friend of mine named Don, I couldn't. You can't be friends with him without watching it more than once. And your first gear, second gear, you know, you're, you're talking during this whole thing. And I'm watching the tape. And I'm actually like, shitting myself a little bit. Imagine I'm imagining being in the passenger seat. There were a few. I couldn't even imagine. It was. Well, I did I never sat in the fastest seat either. So I guess so remember, I did the voiceover live except for the Nurburgring. Because I couldn't remember the names of the corners. Obviously, there's 170 corners. And they're all in German, when you get lost 160 970. 6:15 No, I'm purely. I'm a (dealer) partner. And in Bentley, Naples, Bentley, and which is fantastic. And we have Porsche, Jaguar Land Rover, Aston Martin Rolls Royce 9:08 Italian Grand Prix in 19 1959 15:00 Derek talks about his fortune and gratitude. 18:33 And he (Jim Russell) sort of picked one day just picked me out and said, who was driving that car and I went, "Oh, Lord, he's gonna give me a shout at me". And so he said, you know, and he took me to pull me out away from the other eight, all the other drivers. So they were still listening, though right beside us, and you think you're gonna get removed or something? I thought it was gonna get a bullocking or something. 22:05 I was out winning races all over Europe in my third year. And that was at Ferrari my fourth. 23:08 there were a lot of people getting killed back then. Oh, yeah. 30% of the drivers died. Yeah. Did you think ever think about those statistics or, or not when you were there? Every night? Yeah. Oh, every night, the night before the race? Oh, yeah. I mean, you didn't know you didn't know whether you would make it back after the weekend. It sounds stupid. Because I'm not one of those sort of be. I'm not a daredevil. I'm not a guy that climb a tree or leap off of top board at the swimming pool. Oh, let somebody else do it first and see if it was safe before I did it. maybe that's why I became a good endurance driver because I calculated more. 27:54 Why can't he drive a stick shift? 31:14 I talk to everybody, not anybody. I mean, I talk to everybody if I can, if I can, if I got time, or they got time, or they want to. 36:11 Festival of Speed. Also. Yeah, I've done it every year. Yeah, man. I'm doing it this year. The Duke ...he wrote to me the other day and we have a speak on the phone every month or so. He's a good friend of mine. He lives at Goodwill. I live near it. 36:08 69 was the last year they ran. It was the year that Jackie walked across the track, got in his car last and won the race ...on the last lap. 39:03 (about races) "I certainly don't sit and watch it." 40:36 you should go to the US Open, you should go to Wimbledon, you should go to all the one off special events, because you don't have to like it. You just have to suck up that atmosphere. And LeMans certainly has something terribly unique about it. 42:30 Derek talks about setting the world speed record in a Bentley on a frozen lake between Sweden and Finland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzhE8w8oC-Y
September 5th marks the 50th anniversary of Jochen Rindt’s death, during practice for the 1970 Italian Grand Prix. He’d go on to be crowned F1’s first – and thankfully only - posthumous world champion – but his legacy is much more than that.On this very special episode, we look back on Rindt’s rebellious upbringing and racing origins with friend and current Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko, reminisce on wheel-to-wheel battles and his tragic accident with Sir Jackie Stewart, and see the funny side of the Austrian with former manager and business advisor Bernie Ecclestone.