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Donut Racing Show
Brazilian GP ‘22: We Have to Talk About Red Bull

Donut Racing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 65:57


Alanis, Elizabeth, and Nolan talk about everything that's happened this week in Formula One (and it's a lot!) like the La$$$ Vega$$$ Grand Prix, rumors that Daniel Ricciardo might be going back to his ex (Red Bull), and Pierre Gasly's superlicence woes. Then they recap the weekend of the Brazilian Grand Prix, where Haas & K-Mag experienced a full spectrum of emotions, there were collisions and comebacks aplenty, and Mercedes's prefect George Russell won his first Grand Prix in F1! Then they get into the controversial radio call that pinned champion Max Verstappen against loyal RB teammate Sergio Perez… an event that could only be made worse by Max's mother's social media commentary. CAN YOU BELIEVE THERE'S ONLY ONE RACE LEFT?!?! This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at https://betterhelp.com/DRS and get on your way to being your best self.  Start hiring now with a $75 sponsored job credit to sponsor your job post at https://Indeed.com/donut. Offer good for a limited time. News: 1:43 Conspiracy Corner: 7:26 Track Walk: 13:28 Race: 26:25 BOTW: 54:20 Order Alanis' and Elizabeth's new book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Follow Donut Racing Show on Twitter @donutracingshow Follow Nolan on IG & Twitter @nolanjsykes Follow Alanis on IG & Twitter @alanisnking Follow Elizabeth on IG @elizablackstock and on Twitter @Eliz_blackstock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 62:48


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

TSN Racing Pod
TSN Racing Pod Ep. 204 Is Mick Schumacher the right fit for Haas?

TSN Racing Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 34:15


Tim Hauraney is joined by F1 Journalist and Broadcaster Chris Medland to discuss Pierre Gasly on the brink of a race ban with penalty points piling up. Then Tim and Chris discuss whether Mick Schumacher is the right fit for Haas now that the team has a stable financial future. Should F1 continue with Sprint races if they aren't going to mean anything, and then they dive into the super license points and what Williams could do if Logan Sargeant doesn't qualify for one at the end of the season.

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
Who is the most overrated F1 driver on the 2022 grid?

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 75:00


Sam and Ben treat you all to a bonus podcast this week, discussing who they think are the most overrated and underrated F1 drivers. They also chat about the concerns around ticket prices for the upcoming Las Vegas GP, and the potential for Pierre Gasly having a race ban on purpose this season... 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

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
Who is the most overrated F1 driver on the 2022 grid?

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 75:00


Sam and Ben treat you all to a bonus podcast this week, discussing who they think are the most overrated and underrated F1 drivers. They also chat about the concerns around ticket prices for the upcoming Las Vegas GP, and the potential for Pierre Gasly having a race ban on purpose this season... 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

Tauri Talk with AlphaTauri
Pierre Gasly & Pierre Hamelin - Ep 7

Tauri Talk with AlphaTauri

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 68:49


Pierre Gasly's race engineer joins us on the show to go through their relationship over the years! 1) Pierre introduces Pierre. 2) How to become an F1 engineer. 3) Pierre Hamelin's career. 4) Pierre & Pierre's relationship. 5) Track Walk in Austin. 6) The Pierres Best Moments. 7) Clearing the Air. 8) Quiz time! 9) Engineering Radio Commands. 

Box Box F1 Pod
United States Grand Prix Review 2022

Box Box F1 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 53:54


We're in Austin, y'all! World championships are secured, Lance goes all Blue Origin on Fernando, and Danny Ric is on a horse (cue Old Spice commercial). Let's un-box box the US GP!Find me outside the pod:Follow me @boxboxf1podVisit the website for more deets on me and the podcastShare your thoughts/opinions/questions with me!!Support the show

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - McLaren Competition!

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 36:50


McLaren Competition FormulaNerds have teamed up with McLaren F1 to offer you the opportunity to win a hat signed by Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo To enter: Listen to this show and count how many times the name ‘McLaren' is said in total throughout the show. Then email your answer to info@formulanerds.com Full T&Cs - https://www.formulanerds.com/podcast/newsfromthenerds/competition-time-win-a-signed-mclaren-cap-courtesy-of-formulanerds/ Welcome to News from the Nerds – your midweek F1 digest brought to you by the FormulaNerds. On this week's show Sam, Catherine and James discuss: Zak Brown's strong words... Zak Brown sent a letter to the FIA and F1, formally saying how Red Bull cannot get out of the cost cap breach with just a fine penalty. Harsher action needs to be taken and he also proposes his own suggestion to the motorsport board. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f1latestnews/zak-brown-writes-to-fia-stating-red-bull-budget-breach-constitutes-cheating/ Is it Schumacher's time to shine? Mick Schumacher is yet to find himself a seat for 2023. The German has caused some financial headaches for Guenther Steiner and Haas, who have looked at several drivers who could replace Schumacher. However, Gene Haas said that it is Mick's decision to see what he wants for the future. Will Schumacher stay on with Haas, or will we see someone else in the American seat? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/gene-haas-assesses-mick-schumachers-current-situation/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/steiner-schumacher-has-home-advantage-as-new-contender-emerges-at-haas-f1/ Pierre Gasly has finally made the right move? Pierre Gasly is finally out of the Red Bull system and can look ahead to a new chapter with Alpine. The trio discussed how once he left the Red Bull seat, F1 saw a new Pierre Gasly, especially in 2020 with his first win coming in Monza. What lies ahead for the French? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/pierre-gasly-it-was-the-right-time-to-leave-red-bull/ Another race in Saudi Arabia? And more sprint races? Saudi Arabia confirmed that they can host more F1 races. What does the trio make of this decision? Do we love this fast-paced circuit, or do we rather see it off the calendar? Also, there are set to be six sprint races, making the total number of races in a season 30 rather than just 24. Is this better than just increasing the number of Grands Prix per season, or will it prove to be too much to handle in a single weekend? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/steiner-more-sprint-races-better-than-expanding-the-f1-calendar/ Should F1 implement 'information' laps? After the delays in Singapore and Japan, the chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers Association Alex Wurz suggested that F1 implement information laps. Cars will run out on the track 10 minutes before to give feedback on the track conditions and see how it is best to proceed. This comes after Lewis Hamilton's comments who told his team that he can give better feedback if he is out on track for one minute rather than watching from a TV. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/gpda-formula-one-should-implement-information-laps/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Popcorn
Julien Fébreau analyse les meilleurs moments du GP Explorer

Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 20:51


Julien Fébreau, le commentateur de la Formule 1 sur Canal+ est venu dans Popcorn pour analyser les meilleures actions du Grand Prix ! On parlera aussi de l'annonce Pierre Gasly et également du fiasco du Grand Prix du Japon !Pour voir l'émission rendez-vous sur Twitch et YouTube !Vous pouvez aussi nous suivre sur nos réseaux sociaux :TwitterInstagramTikTokFacebook Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Finding the Gap
Champion? 2022 Japan GP Review

Finding the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 40:50


F1 doesn't race in the rain, apparently, they crash and almost kill drivers in the rain. LK and Jason take a look at the blame that goes into almost killing Pierre Gasly, while simultaneously looking back at LK's questionable hook-up history. Chuck was forced into an error and was quickly penalized, but it was obvious that Checo would have finished second if the Ferrari had stayed on the track. Russell was flat out screwed by Mercedes with a slow, stacked pitstop. The overrated-in-the-wet saga continues for Lewis. Jason takes a quick victory lap as, once again, he is proven right that Lewis is great when he has a great car. LK reveals his greatest memory of Pedro de la Rosa - All this - and more… Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok @FindingtheGapF1 and also check us out on our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiPlmGMhKwCSgxdd71HaLWQ #Formula1 #F1 #Hamilton #Verstappen #Leclerc #Perez #Sainz #RedBull #Mercedes #Williams #Russell #Mclaren #AstonMartin #Alpine #Ocon #Alonso #Ferrari #AlphaTauri #Gasly #Tsunoda #AngelaCullen #KellyPiquet #GrandSlamPiece #LatifiHatesCheckeredFlags #VettelSellYourSeat #MickSuckmacher #NataliePinkham #JessicaHawkins #FutureLowerBackPain #PAWGs #WAGs #WAGsofGolf #PaigeSpiranac #CassidyHutchinson #GetRICouttahere #AsleepAtTheEndoftheRace #TinFoil #ThatsGonnaHerta #PierreDoggy #GoatInTheWall #ClosingTime #IfIHitThat --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findingthegap/support

Motorsport101
Episode #403: 2022 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 71:21


Jesus christ, what a week. You can consider Episode 403 of Motorsport 101 to be the "Red Bull" episode. For better and worse. Max Verstappen is now the Double Formula 1 World Champion, and it was one more dominant drive from the Dutchman to win a 40-minute race by 27 seconds. But we got a whole-ass mess over just how many points the field was going to get that led to confusion, a World Champion celebration that was dampened, and the fact that almost everyone in F1 read the rule incorrectly. We break all of that mess down. Then we get to the main sticking point of the race - A horrible near miss where we had a recovery truck live on track. Race control didn't compensate for Pierre Gasly being so far behind the back after starting from pitlane and taking an extra stop, a Red Flag came out far too late, and we had a barely visible tractor and marshal on a live track was F1 cars passed just metres away from a potentially fatal accident. The track promoters and the FIA have a lot to answer for, and we get into the reasons why. We also talk about the 24 hours later "Versnacking" scandal as it turns out Red Bull did indeed go over the cost cap, and it seems they might have had too much caviar in their lunch break. The question now remains as the jokes die down... how much should they be punished for doing so? We get into why that isn't a simple answer. At all. And finally, silly season. And Fabrizio Romano actually announced that Pierre Gasly was leaving AlphaTauri and heading to Alpine. Nice work on social media there I have to say. But with that move locked in, Nyck De Vries was also announced as heading to AlphaTauri for 2023 to take Gasly's seat. We talk about the ramifications of those moves, Daniel Ricciardo essentially announcing a sabbatical from the sport, and is Mick Schumacher really on the brink of getting ejected from F1? All of that and more on the next, Motorsport101!

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #6: Japonya GP'de Max Verstappen şampiyonluğunu ilan etti - Pierre Gasly'nin atlattığı tehlike - Alonso'nun aracı Vettel'i geçmesine neden izin vermedi?

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 39:40


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” altıncı bölümü ile karşınızda!  Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal Formulascope'un altıncı bölümünde, sezonun 18. yarışı Japonya GP'de Max Verstappen'in ilan ettiği şampiyonluğu, "kırmızı bayrak" esnasında pilotların canını tehlikeye atarcasına giren vinci, Pierre Gasly'nin atlattığı tehlikeyi, Fernando Alonso'nun aracının Sebastian Vettel'i geçişine izin vermemesini, Esteban Ocon'un dördüncülüğe uzanan performansını ve yarış hafta sonunda öne çıkan notları konuştular.

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Nun haben wir den Salat!

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 95:45


+++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. Starting Grid empfiehlt: ExpressVPN. Wenn du auf kein Rennen der Saison 2022 verzichten möchtest, dann hol dir jetzt ExpressVPN. Als Hörer:in meines Podcasts bekommst du auf dein Jahresabo noch 3 Monate kostenlos oben drauf. Gehe dazu einfach auf expressvpn.com/STARTINGGRID. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Max Verstappen ist zum zweiten Mal Formel-1-Weltmeister! Das ganze Starting-Grid-Team gratuliert dem Niederländer natürlich zu diesem besonderen Triumph. Wie diese Titelverteidigung am Sonntag aber letztendlich zustande kam, darüber sprechen wir heute in unserer neuen Podcast-Ausgabe. Kevin Scheuren und Sophie Affeldt haben zu diesem Talk nach dem Großen Preis von Japan in Suzuka erneut Ruben Zimmermann vom Motorsport Network Germany eingeladen. Budget Cap: Hat Red Bull "nur verstoßen" oder "betrogen"? Kurz vor der Aufnahme am Montagabend hat die FIA bekanntgegeben, wer sich in der Saison 2021 an das Budget Cap gehalten hat und wer nicht. Alle Teams außer Williams, die bereits 25.000 Dollar Strafe wegen eines Verfahrensfehlers gezahlt haben, Aston Martin (ebenfalls Verfahrensfehler) und allen voran Red Bull (Verfahrensfehler & kleiner Überzug der Obergrenze) haben sich an die finanziellen Regeln gehalten. Besonders im Fall von Red Bull ist das jetzt sehr spannend, denn sie haben eine Summe von bis zu 7,5 Millionen US-Dollar zuviel investiert. Das Team selbst hat sich überrascht gezeigt, trotzdem muss man darüber sprechen, inwiefern das Geld ins Auto oder vielleicht in andere Teambereiche geflossen ist. Auch bleibt die Kernfrage nicht aus, wie das nun zu bestrafen ist. Punkteregeln: unnötige Verwirrung Der Große Preis von Japan startete zwar pünktlich um 7 Uhr MESZ, aber nach den ersten drei Runden (davon zwei hinter dem Safety Car) war schon Schluss für eine längere Zeit. Der Unfall von Carlos Sainz brachte Bernd Mayländer auf die Strecke und es folgte eine lange Rotphase. Irgendwann lief dann nicht mehr die bloße Rennuhr von zwei Stunden, sondern die Eventuhr über drei Stunden. Am Ende wurden 28 Runden gefahren, es gab aber volle Punkte und Max Verstappen wurde so Formel-1-Weltmeister. Bei den meisten Journalisten und Fans, aber auch bei Teams und Fahrern, sah man überraschte Gesichter. Wieso wurden dafür denn jetzt volle Punkte vergeben? Auch Tage später denken wir, dass man hier definitiv nochmal ranmuss, denn die fehlende Transparenz der Regeln ist ein echtes Problem. Max Verstappen: der einzig wahre Weltmeister Schade, dass der alte und neue Formel-1-Weltmeister nicht seinen verdienten Zieleinlauf mit Fanfaren, emotionalen Boxenfunk und lauter Bekanntgabe durch die F1-Kommentatoren bekommen hat. Trotzdem steht außer Zweifel, dass Max Verstappen mit Red Bull Racing in dieser Saison das Maß aller Dinge war. Die Beständigkeit, Nervenstärke und der unbändige Siegeswillen machen den Niederländer zu einem ganz besonderen Fahrer. Noch mehr als letzte Saison hat Verstappen der Formel 1 im Jahr 2022 seinen Stempel aufgedrückt. Wir feiern heute auch das Werk des Mannes, der sich anschickt, die Rekorde von Schumacher und Hamilton selbst nochmal zu überbieten und das in Windeseile. Gewinner und Verlierer von Suzuka Esteban Ocon, Sebastian Vettel und Nicholas Latifi haben richtig auf sich aufmerksam machen können. Dieses Trio gehört für unser Trio zu den Gewinnern des Sonntags in Suzuka. Ocon hat sich sogar vor den Mercedes platzieren können und war dadurch besser als "Best of the Rest", Fernando Alonso konnte dies nicht schaffen. Gerade mit Hinblick auf die Bekanntgabe des neuen Teamkollegen Ocons, Pierre Gasly, werden das jetzt ganz wichtige Rennen. Sebastian Vettel lieferte sich mit Fernando Alonso ein Privatduell. Bei seinem vorerst letzten F1-Rennen in Japan begeisterte Vettel mit einer mutigen Strategie nach einem dicken Fehler beim Start. Der Kampf bis zur Ziellinie war ein echtes Highlight. Latifi wurde von der Lachnummer zum Williams-Helden am Sonntag. Von Platz 19 ging der Kanadier ins Rennen und sicherte sich als letzter Stammfahrer in dieser Saison Punkte fürs Konto. Platz 9 hieß es am Ende nach einer blitzsauberen Leistung. Wer unsere Verlierer sind? Hört rein. 8 Jahre danach: fast ein zweites Bianchi Pierre Gasly war unter Schock, als nach seinem Boxenstopp und der damit einhergehenden Jagd nach dem Feld plötzlich ein Bergungskran auf der Strecke war, der Carlos Sainz' Ferrari abtransportierte. Es war ein baugleicher Bergungskran unter den Jules Bianchi im Jahr 2014 in Suzuka geraten war. Wenige Monate nach diesem Unfall verstarb der Franzose an den Folgen. Es ist undenkbar was losgewesen wäre, wenn Gasly ebenfalls mit dem Kran kollidiert wäre. Trotzdem muss man auch Gaslys Rolle in dieser Sache kritisch sehen. Er war viel zu schnell unterwegs, am Ende überwiegt aber bei allen der Gedanke, dass so eine Szene nicht mehr vorkommen sollte. Was kann man also tun? Wir wünschen euch viel Vergnügen bei dieser Ausgabe und freuen uns auf eure Rückmeldungen! Euer Feedback ist uns wichtig Schickt uns gerne für die nächsten Sendungen eure WhatsApp-Sprachnachricht an folgende Nummer: +49 331 298 50 28 GANZ WICHTIG: bitte sendet an diese Nummer NUR SPRACHNACHRICHTEN ein und beginnt eure Sprachnachricht mit den Worten STARTING GRID und eurem Namen, damit das zugeordnet werden kann! Bitte haltet die Sprachnachrichten bei maximal 1:30 Minute, danke euch. Ihr könnt uns über verschiedene Kanäle erreichen und mit anderen F1-Fans in Verbindung bleiben: Instagram Facebook-Seite Facebook-Gruppe Twitter  Telegram-Gruppe Mail YouTube Kicktipp Sehr gerne würden wir auch eure Rezensionen auf iTunes lesen, bitte nehmt euch 3 Minuten Zeit für 5 Sterne und ein paar warme Worte, vielen Dank! Bewertet uns auch gerne bei Spotify! Keep Racing! Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? 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Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - Red Bull Cost Cap Breach, W-Series Crisis, F1 Safety + More

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 34:48


Welcome to News from the Nerds - your midweek news show brought to you by the FormulaNerds. On this week's show James M, Abby, Catherine and James P discuss: CRISIS POINT FOR WSERIES We unpack the sad news that the final rounds of the 2022 W Series have been cancelled, as well as what this says about F1 and top-level motorsport https://www.formulanerds.com/news/2022-wseries-season-discontinued-investment-focus-2023/ COST CAP - WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? The panel has its say on the much-anticipated cost cap compliance publication findings from the FIA, where Red Bull has been found guilty of a minor overspend breach. We also debate the potential penalties, and what the consequences for the sport could be should the FIA be too lenient. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/fia-announce-budget-cap-investigation-results/ GASLY AND DE VRIES MAKE THEIR MOVES FOR 2023 : Silly season is finally over, as the last major pieces of the F1 jigsaw slot into place. We discuss the end of the bromance between Yuki Tsunoda and Pierre Gasly, as Gasly departs AlphaTauri to race alongside Esteban Ocon at Alpine. We also debate if their long-running feud has ended... https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-news-pierre-gasly-to-join-alpine-in-2023/ ,  https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-news-alphatauri-announce-nyck-de-vries-for-2023/, https://www.formulanerds.com/news/end-feud-esteban-ocon- FORMULA E CONTRACT NEWS: With Dan Ticktum confirming he's staying at Nio for 2023, and where this leaves Oliver Turvey. We also compare Ticktum's thoughts on the 2023 Gen 3 Cars, to previous podcast guest Lcas Di Grassi.  https://www.formulanerds.com/news/formula-e-dan-ticktum-stay-nio-333/ SAFETY IN FULL FOCUS AGAIN Drivers, Teams, and pundits have all spoken out after the scary scenes saw Pierre Gasly drive perilously close to a recovery vehicle in Suzuka. With the FIA announcing a full investigation, we discuss the decisions at Race Control, and the potential solutions available https://www.formulanerds.com/news/russell-solution-for-the-recovery-vehicle-fiasco-that-almost-took-place-in-japan/  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

YouThought! Sports
Pit Stop: Why Gasly Will Beat Ocon and the Top 10 F1 Liveries of All Time

YouThought! Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 54:30


Jarod and Lucas discuss Max Verstappen's championship, why Gasly will beat Ocon at Alpine, and the Top 10 Liveries of all-time among other F1 topics! - Thoughts on Max Verstappen's championship, Red Bull cost-cap, and asterisks for titles (0:47) - Pierre Gasly is likely to be the #1 at Alpine and other driver market news (7:24) - The return of Honda - Red Bull never intended to do its engine project alone (20:58) - The 10 Best F1 Liveries of All Time (36:30) - Carlos Corner (Carlos Sainz recap) and Flying Lap (50:14) Music Credit - “Triforce” by Cxdy Twitter/Instagram/TikTok - @lunchpailguys_

Unlapped
Verstappen wins 2nd world championship + Gasly's near-miss + Budget cap findings

Unlapped

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 48:27


On this episode of Unlapped, Katie George and Nate Saunders discuss Max Verstappen's world championship win in Japan. Plus, the guys speak about Pierre Gasly's near-miss with the tractor, the FIA's budget findings and the latest movers in the F1 driver market. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 594 · Semi carrera Japón y ¿Verstappen Campeón?

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 78:01


Toda la información sobre la promocóni óde Volvo la podéis encontrar aquí: https://www.volvocars.com/es/v/cars/recharge No os la perdáis!! Poco a poco los motores de muchas competiciones se van apagando, pero no se apagan los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula, que en los episodios de esta semana analizan lo que pasó en la vuelta de Suzuka al Campeonato Mundial de Fórmula 1. Un fin de semana “raro” en el que hubo partes interesantes y espectaculares y otras realmente “raras”. El viernes, en agua, fue divertido. El sábado, muy interesante con una clasificación muy ajustada. Todo apuntaba a una carrera espectacular en lluvia, pero no fue así. Y es que la carrera empezó (tarde), pero a las dos vueltas estaba suspendida. Fueron horas de espera para ver tan sólo 29 vueltas. Momentos peligrosos… Sin embargo, lo que más ha dado que hablar ha sido, una vez más, la FIA, que sacó una grúa a pista con los coches aún en la misma. En un circuito donde las sensibilidades - aquí sufrió su fatal accidente Bianchi - están a flor de piel para pilotos y aficionados. Aunque también hay que tener en cuenta que el que dio la alarma (tremendamente enfadado) sobre lo que sucedía, Pierre Gasly, tampoco es que estuviera haciendo las cosas totalmente bien: salió de boxes a muchísima velocidad en régimen de coche de seguridad. La carrera tardó muchísimo en reanudarse, por la lluvia. Ahora mismo, una carrera con lluvia (que antes eran las más divertidas) es una auténtica tortura para los aficionados. ¿Son el problema las gomas? ¿O es la visibilidad? Sea cual sea el problema, lo cierto es que hay que buscar una solución. … y momentos polémicos. Y qué decir de la forma de Verstappen de coronarse Campeón - por cierto, en casa de su proveedor de motores: ni él ni su propio equipo lo sabían, pensaban que no era posible. Pero la FIA indicó que el reparto de puntos reducido es sólo si se suspende la carrera. Es decir, que una carrera con 3 vueltas, que empiece en el filo de las 3 horas, repartiría todos los puntos. En resumen, que Verstappen se convierte en bicampeón y sus dos coronas las consigue, cuando menos, en circunstancias extrañas. Eso sí, lo cierto es que ha sido el mejor del Campeonato, tanto él como su equipo y su coche. Para concluir con las noticias de la semana, ya se sabe qué equipos han superado el techo presupuestario impuesto. Red Bull (7 millones de euros) y Aston Martin, que no ha sido acusada de pasarse de presupuesto, sino de incumplir el procedimiento de entrega de datos a la FIA. Lo que no se sabe aún es cuáles serán las sanciones, probablemente ninguna o, en todo caso, sanciones sin consecuencias (pensemos qué puede ser una multa para un equipo que pasa el presupuesto en 7 millones… un chiste). Así está el Mundial (aparte de decidido). Ya sabemos que, una vez repartidos todos los puntos de la carrera, pues fue acortada pero no suspendida, Verstappen se ha convertido en Campeón del Mundo por segunda temporada consecutiva. A ellos ayudó la sanción a Leclerc, que le dejó en tercera posición de la carrera y permitía al holandés coronarse ya, matemáticamente, Campaón. Y esta situación ha permitido, también, a Sergio Pérez subirse a la segunda plaza en el Mundial de pilotos, pues aventaja por un punto a Leclerc. Tras ellos, Russell vuelve a la 4ª posición (207 puntos) y relega a Sainz, tras su fallo del domingo, a la 5ª (202 puntos). Lewis Hamilton (180 puntos), Lando Norris (101), Esteban Ocon (78), Fernando Alonso (65) y Valtteri Bottas (46) completan la tabla de los diez primeros pilotos en la clasificación mundial. En cuanto al Mundial de constructores, Red Bull cuenta ya con mucha ventaja (aunque no son matemáticamente campeones) sobre Ferrari: 619 puntos frente a 454. Les siguen Mercedes (387), Alpine (143) que vuelve a superar a McLaren (130), Alfa Romeo (52), Aston Martin (45), Haas (34), Alpha Tauri (34) y Williams (8). Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Another Race Weekend
ARW - Japanese GP Review

Another Race Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 31:38


Max Verstappen is the World Champion!!! It reads better than it actually was as this was a very anticlimactic championship win for Verstappen. It did however fit with such an anticlimactic race in Japan. It was raining and pouring in Japan, so much so that the race started, then stopped, then started again and in the end we got about 40 mins of lap time. Safety is the big discussion surrounding this GP as Pierre Gasly has been incredibly vocal about nearly hitting a tractor recovering Carlos Sainz's wall-parked Ferrari. To further add to the complications of the FIA decision making, it has been revealed both Red Bull and Aston Martin were in violation of the regulations in 2021… The same season that had the controversial ending in Abu Dhabi. So much to discuss this week on another episode of Another Race Weekend… Canada's F1 Podcast. Hosted by Dames Nellas & Darryl Timmers of PRO Racing Ontario.

Les fous du volant
Verstappen champion 2.0, fiasco à la FIA, Gasly chez les Bleus d'Alpine

Les fous du volant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 51:43


Cette semaine, nos Fous du Volant reviennent sur le deuxième titre mondial de l'implacable Max Verstappen à Suzuka. Nos journalistes Gilles Della Posta et Stéphane Vrignaud vous disent quels ont été pour eux les moments marquants de la saison du Néerlandais. A quoi faut-il s'attendre pour la fin du championnat et qu'est-ce qui peut rendre le pilote Red Bull optimiste pour l'année prochaine ? (02:08)Dans la deuxième partie du podcast, nos journalistes se penchent sur la neutralisation du début de course à la FIA, qui a failli conduire à un drame avec Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri). Qu'est-ce qui n'a pas fonctionné ? Qu'est-ce qui est à revoir ? Et pourquoi le Grand Prix du Japon a-t-il été raccourci d'un tour ? (22:04)Enfin, Gilles et Stéphane commentent l'arrivée tant attendue de Pierre Gasly chez Alpine en 2023 pour former un tandem 100% français avec Esteban Ocon. Mais Alpine incarne-t-elle vraiment le concept d'équipe de France de la Formule 1 qu'on nous présente ? C'est la question à laquelle ils répondent en la comparant aux autres formations emblématiques du paddock. (35:08)Bonne écoute !Ecoutez d'autres épisodes des Fous du Volant en vous abonnant sur Apple Podcasts. Réalisation : Sébastien Petit Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Parc It In My Fermé - A Formula 1 Podcast
206 | Japanese GP Review, FIA and Sky Commentary Team are Idiots, Max Verstappen WORLD CHAMPION and much more!

Parc It In My Fermé - A Formula 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 61:07


On this Formula 1 podcast we look at everything that went down at the Japanese GP. From Max Verstappen winning his 2nd World Drivers Championship and the race, to Pierre Gasly nearly losing his life, to the FIA making stupid decisions, to the Wet Weather, to the Sky Commentary team blunders and much more, some stats of the week that'll blow your mind, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and more. #Formula1 #F1 #JapaneseGP #MaxVerstappen Thanks for listening to the number 1 comedy F1 podcast according to my mum. Check out the website parcitinmyferme.com if you've missed out on any episodes, they are all there to download. Better Yet, gently slap and tickle that Subscribe and Follow button on your podcast listening device so you can hear my soothing smooth sounds twice a week. If you want to hit up the socials, please do so, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Check out the official website, parcitinmyferme.com or head on over to the Sports Social Podcast Network page podcast.sport-social.co.uk/podcast/parc-it-in-my-ferme-a-formula-1-podcast/ Facebook: facebook.com/parcitinmyferme Twitter: twitter.com/parcitinmyferme Instagram: instagram.com/parcitinmyferme If you want to look, so dope fresh litty and whatever else the youths are saying these days, then head over to the Merch store for 2022 collection, yes I realise I sound like a knob talking like I have some massive Fashion Line. But PIIMF Hoodies, Shirts and even a coffee mug are there for the millions and millions of you from around the world. Also.... FREE SHIPPING!!!!! and who doesn't like that.  parcitinmyferme.com/merch Want some further discount? Use code PODCASTEXCLUSIVE5 for 5% of the total purchase cost. A little thank you to the loyal listeners.  LEGENDS CLUB!!!! If you want to be a true legend, someone that goes above and beyond and want some extra juicy content then head on over to the Patreon page. To become a member for a small price you will get exclusive content and know that all proceeds help support and grow the podcast, Patreon - www.patreon.com/parcitinmyferme Business Enquiries, email through, caldi@parcitinmyferme.com and as always, thanks for listening.  LEGENDS CLUB MEMBERS Alex Anthony Caleb Clint Jon Sammy Taylor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 92:25


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

Box Box F1 Pod
2022 Japanese GP Review

Box Box F1 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 52:17


The Japanese Grand Prix was part nature documentary (observing drivers in the paddock), part motor racing, and part natural disaster. Plus, Max Verstappen is world champ. And the FIA sucks. Let's un-box Box the Japanese GP!Find me outside the pod:Follow me @boxboxf1podVisit the website for more deets on me and the podcastShare your thoughts/opinions/questions with me!!Support the show

F1 Aan Tafel
Verstappen maakt belofte waar | 2022 #41

F1 Aan Tafel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 41:46


Na genoeg rekensommen is Max Verstappen dan echt uitgeroepen tot wereldkampioen, mede dankzij teamgenoot Sergio Pérez. Maar bij de andere coureurs was er ook genoeg actie, met onder andere een gevecht tussen Esteban Ocon en Lewis Hamilton. De stoelendans met Nyck de Vries en Pierre Gasly is ook eindelijk officieel. Dat en meer komt ter sprake in de nieuwste aflevering van F1 aan Tafel, de wekelijkse podcast van Grand Prix Radio. Presentator Mattie Valk ontvangt in The Harbour Club in Vinkeveen wederom spraakmakende autosportgasten. Rob van Someren: DJ bij Radio 10, politieman en groot Formule 1 liefhebber. Olav Mol: Formule 1 commentator bij Grand Prix Radio. Frans Verschuur: Vaste waarde van de podcast én Nederlands meest besproken en meest succesvolle autosport-teambaas. Presentatie: Mattie Valk Disclaimer: Alle gebruik van hetgeen in deze podcast ‘F1 aan Tafel' wordt opgemerkt is ongeoorloofd zonder expliciete schriftelijke toestemming ter zake verkregen van Grand Prix Radio en met inachtneming van een duidelijke bronvermelding met link.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CaliFormula1  - F1 from an Average Joe.
Does Liberty Media have a FIA problem? The cost cap scandal, tractor incident, and points confusion mar Max Verstappen's titles.

CaliFormula1 - F1 from an Average Joe.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 35:38 Transcription Available


Does Liberty Media have a FIA problem? The cost cap scandal, tractor incident, and points confusion mar Max Verstappen's titles. The pinnacle of motorsports is really the top of a circus tent.Liberty Media has done a lot to expand and grow F1 over the last few years, but the FIA malfeasance, ineptitude and corruption keep getting in the way of creating the ultimate global fan sport. The cost cap rumors are true and Red Bull went over budget for 2021. Red Bull cheated, but will that actually be punished.Liberty Media also sees its 2022 season marred by an almost catastrophic Japanese Grand Prix. Pierre Gasly was lucky to miss a tractor and marshal who were inexplicably on track. Carlos Sainz has a massive shunt that had people questioning the reliability of Pirellis wet tires.And what should have been a great moment for Max Verstappen and Liberty Media, is instead a confusing memeable experience that deprives all of a proper celebration. Liberty Media has done a lot to expand and grow F1 over the last few years, but the FIA malfeasance, ineptitude and corruption keep getting in the way of creating the ultimate global fan sport. All this and more Formula 1 talk!Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Caliwww.califormula1.com

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global
Do F1's rules on championship points in shortened races need modifying?

Racingnews365.com F1 Podcast Global

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 36:56


Following the previous Grand Prix in Singapore, Formula 1 moved onto the second of its Asian double-header last weekend for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.As often happens in Japan, heavy rain greeted the drivers on race day, with the race being halted after just two laps of action to allow conditions to improve.Once we did get some racing, Max Verstappen surprised nobody by leading from the front and pulling away to record another dominant win to seal the 2022 F1 World Drivers' Championship.But there was confusion immediately after the race over whether the Dutchman had actually won the title, with many not expecting full points to be awarded as the race only ran to 28 of 53 scheduled laps.However, F1 rules stipulate that any Grand Prix that is restarted after a suspension does carry full championship points, resulting in a disbelieving Verstappen being told he had indeed won his second title.But with teams, drivers and commentators all unsure of the correct protocol, does this regulation need modifying or simplifying?Joining Michael Butterworth to discuss all the key issues from the Japanese Grand Prix is Dieter Rencken, Editorial Director of RacingNews365.com.There was also controversy early in the race, as Pierre Gasly came at high speed upon a recovery vehicle that was on track to clear Carlos Sainz's stricken Ferrari. With the situation eerily reminiscent of an incident at Suzuka in 2014 in which Jules Bianchi struck a recovery vehicle and ultimately succumbed to his injuries, how and why was this allowed to happen again?And with almost all the drivers discarding the full Wet compound tyre as soon as possible, do Pirelli need to change the construction of the tyre to give it a wider operating window?All this and more on this episode of the RacingNews365.com F1 podcast!

Parc It In My Fermé - A Formula 1 Podcast
206 | Japanese GP Review, FIA and Sky Commentary Team are Idiots, Max Verstappen WORLD CHAMPION and much more!

Parc It In My Fermé - A Formula 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 61:07


On this Formula 1 podcast we look at everything that went down at the Japanese GP. From Max Verstappen winning his 2nd World Drivers Championship and the race, to Pierre Gasly nearly losing his life, to the FIA making stupid decisions, to the Wet Weather, to the Sky Commentary team blunders and much more, some stats of the week that'll blow your mind, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and more. #Formula1 #F1 #JapaneseGP #MaxVerstappen Thanks for listening to the number 1 comedy F1 podcast according to my mum. Check out the website parcitinmyferme.com if you've missed out on any episodes, they are all there to download. Better Yet, gently slap and tickle that Subscribe and Follow button on your podcast listening device so you can hear my soothing smooth sounds twice a week. If you want to hit up the socials, please do so, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Check out the official website, parcitinmyferme.com or head on over to the Sports Social Podcast Network page podcast.sport-social.co.uk/podcast/parc-it-in-my-ferme-a-formula-1-podcast/ Facebook: facebook.com/parcitinmyferme Twitter: twitter.com/parcitinmyferme Instagram: instagram.com/parcitinmyferme If you want to look, so dope fresh litty and whatever else the youths are saying these days, then head over to the Merch store for 2022 collection, yes I realise I sound like a knob talking like I have some massive Fashion Line. But PIIMF Hoodies, Shirts and even a coffee mug are there for the millions and millions of you from around the world. Also.... FREE SHIPPING!!!!! and who doesn't like that.  parcitinmyferme.com/merch Want some further discount? Use code PODCASTEXCLUSIVE5 for 5% of the total purchase cost. A little thank you to the loyal listeners.  LEGENDS CLUB!!!! If you want to be a true legend, someone that goes above and beyond and want some extra juicy content then head on over to the Patreon page. To become a member for a small price you will get exclusive content and know that all proceeds help support and grow the podcast, Patreon - www.patreon.com/parcitinmyferme Business Enquiries, email through, caldi@parcitinmyferme.com and as always, thanks for listening.  LEGENDS CLUB MEMBERS Alex Anthony Caleb Clint Jon Sammy Taylor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Parc Fermé
Japanese GP Review | Podcast Ep 804

The Parc Fermé

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 81:15


Join Paul and me as we break down what went wrong at the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix. Why was there a tractor on the track? did Pierre Gasly drive too fast? How many points does a 28-lap race award you? We cover each team as they finished and hand out awards...We even mention the cost-cap debacle. Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/theparcferme

The Ringer F1 Show
Japanese Grand Prix Recap

The Ringer F1 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 49:56 Very Popular


Kevin is joined by TSN contributor and race car driver Tim Hauraney to break down the Japanese Grand Prix that resulted in Max Verstappen clinching his second F1 Championship. They begin by discussing all the confusion around Verstappen's win in regards to rules and regulations (0:39), weigh in on Pierre Gasly's incident with a recovery vehicle on the track (9:58), and touch on the weather conditions and driver performance throughout the race (13:05). Later, they wrap things up by discussing the point system, driver market updates, and what we can expect from the last four races of the season (27:47). Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Tim Hauraney Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Race F1 Podcast
Japanese GP review: Controversy, confusion, champion!

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 64:08 Very Popular


Scott Mitchell-Malm and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to look back at Max Verstappen's Japanese Grand Prix victory, which sealed his second Formula 1 world championship - as well as the truck-on-track incident that so angered Pierre Gasly. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. 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

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
2022 Japanese GP Review

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 76:42


The boys review a wet and shortened Japanese GP, where Max Verstappen claimed his second world championship! The boys break down the race, discussing the controversy surrounding the Pierre Gasly and the recover vehicle, naming their drivers of the day, and reviewing their bold predictions... 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

The Late Braking F1 Podcast
2022 Japanese GP Review

The Late Braking F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 76:42


The boys review a wet and shortened Japanese GP, where Max Verstappen claimed his second world championship! The boys break down the race, discussing the controversy surrounding the Pierre Gasly and the recover vehicle, naming their drivers of the day, and reviewing their bold predictions... 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

Tauri Talk with AlphaTauri
Pierre Gasly & Yuki Tsunoda Return! - Ep 6

Tauri Talk with AlphaTauri

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 50:41


1) Catch Up Talk. 2) Pierre vs Yuki Instagram Quiz. 3) Unwritten Road Rules. 4) Our Ideas for F1. 5) Yuki's Japan Tips. 6) Pierre Living in Japan. Our biggest episode to date! Pierre and Yuki jump back on the airwaves for another quiz-off, they help solve some of your unwritten road rules, we think of fun ideas for F1, Yuki gives us his best tips for Japan (spoiler: it's not food-related) and Pierre tells us the story of when he moved to race in Japan.

Les fous du volant
Red Bull destitué ? Verstappen sombre, Ferrari patine, Gasly chez Alpine

Les fous du volant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 53:48


Cette semaine nos Fous du Volant reviennent sur le Grand Prix de Singapour et se projettent déjà sur Suzuka. Mais pour commencer, retour sur LA rumeur qui circule dans le paddock, Red Bull aurait dépassé le cap budgétaire fixé en 2021 et risquerait de lourdes sanctions. A quoi faut-il s'attendre ? Verstappen pourrait-il perdre son titre de champion du monde 2021 ? Gilles Della Posta et Stéphane Vrignaud analysent la situation. En deuxième partie, après 5 victoires consécutives, Max Verstappen a vécu un weekend difficile à Singapour, dans l'ombre de son coéquipier Sergio Perez, qui a lui brillé dans la nuit à Marina Bay. Passé proche d'une panne d'essence en qualification samedi, Verstappen a été dépassé au départ et fautif en course. Le Néerlandais ne joue plus les gros bras et pense désormais au championnat… Dans la troisième partie, l'écurie italienne et son chef de file Charles Leclerc auraient pu bénéficier des difficultés du champion du monde en titre pour s'adjuger une nouvelle victoire cette saison, mais Ferrari n'y arrive plus. Le Monégasque ne profite même pas des occasions qui lui sont offertes pour accentuer son nombre de victoires et sécuriser sa deuxième place au championnat. A cinq Grands Prix de la fin, Leclerc voit Pérez revenir à 2 points de lui au classement pilotes. Enfin, Gilles et Stéphane se sont projetés sur le Grand Prix du Japon. A Suzuka, Max Verstappen aura une deuxième balle de match pour le titre mondial, sur les terres japonaises de Honda, ce serait l'occasion rêvée. Chez Alpine, l'arrivée de Pierre Gasly pourrait être annoncé ce samedi pour former un duo 100% français aux côtés d'Esteban Ocon en 2023. Bonne écoute, Ecoutez d'autres épisodes des Fous du Volant en vous abonnant sur Apple Podcasts. Réalisation : Marion Rabot et Marko Popovic. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

F1 on the Rocks
Singapore GP Preview and Formula One News!

F1 on the Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 36:03


It's finally race week! We're talking all things Singapore, catching up on some driver signings as seats are finally starting to fill up, and look ahead to 6 sprint races in 2023. Follow us on Twitter @f1ontherocksMcLaren LiverySupport us on PatreonSupport the show

Jump The Start Racing Podcast
Singapore GP Preview - The Bright Lights of Singapore

Jump The Start Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 63:08


Formula 1 is back after a short break due to the absence of the Russian Grand Prix… and so are we! On this episode we are discussing the Singapore Grand Prix, more silly season drama, and the announcement of the 2023 Formula 1 Calendar. Will Nyck De Vries fill a formula 1 seat, and will it be at Alpha Tauri or Williams? What about Pierre Gasly - will he officially make it over to Alpine? A few questions left to answer this season as we head into Singapore! Let's Jump the Start!   Lewis Hamilton Singapore Lap in 2018 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AI3JzYCL3K0

F1 on the Rocks
2023 Race Schedule, Empty Seats, and the Kitchen Sink

F1 on the Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 37:41


We're in the 7th inning stretch of the 2022 F1 Season. This week we're talking about the 2023 race schedule, driver market, and Alpine's driver test!Alpine Driver Test Blog 2009 BBC IntroSurprise, the calendar is out!Herta's F1 Switch Turned OffSubscribe to Patreon!Follow us on Twitter @f1ontherocksSupport the show

Racy Books
Episode 4: Unfixable by Tessa Bailey

Racy Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 48:02


It's Episode Fore, if you will, featuring: forearms and foreplay in Tessa Bailey's Unfixable! Here's what happened:Hanna tried out a new tagline and Kate took a deep breath.Hanna's new book about an actor who has to play his twin to get another shot (this is a pun) with his ex, End of the Day, is out on 9/27! Kate did the math. (Our Instagram in the future is also really good—come be our friend!)Dark Fever famously starts with a John Cougar Mellencamp quote.Do drivers get to keep their trophies? We didn't think so.Kate does not know how to respond to Hanna's new phrase: “loose in the clickity-clacks.” [POLL?? Vote on what this could possibly mean??? SO MANY QUESTION MARKS]POV trends in romance are fascinating! Here's more on that.No official playlist for this book so you know what that means: We made you one!How did Shane, who to our knowledge was not working out four hours a day, jump in a car and win that race when his neck was not as thick as Pierre Gasly's? It should be giving “my shoulders are dead.”Did Willa taste champagne on Shane's skin? No. In this book, the champagne was sprayed on the car. Also! Turns out! No one is spraying champagne anymore–it's a SPARKLING WINE spray now.A regional delicacy in Monza is actually risotto.Things we still don't know: When can you use the F1 copyright in a book? How do you drive on a beach in Ireland? Why did Martin have to die?Charles Leclerc has GREEN eyes. [KATE, I'm mostly including this so we can link to a photo of Charles because he's so so handsome.]Who is Shane? Not another K Mag? A winner like Max Verstappen? An in-and-outer like Albon or Ocon? More likely, as our producer pointed out, Shane is super-sub Nico Hülkenberg. Please join us in ten years when we revisit the question “Do we like Vex now?” and also in two weeks to discuss Throttled, Dirty Air #1 by Lauren Asher.

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - The 2023 Calendar Revealed, Silverstone Controversy, Herta & De Vries + More

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:43


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 Catherine discuss: 2023 calendar revealed: The FIA have released a 24 race calendar for next season, including the return of an old race, and the debut of the Las Vegas GP. We analyse what this packed schedule means for F1 in its push for Net Zero by 2030, and how the impact on the teams. https://www.fia.com/news/2023-fia-formula-one-world-championship-calendar-approved-wmsc Silverstone in the spotlight: The 2023 British GP is heading for a sell out - but controversy has hit Silverstone and the sale of tickets Dynamic prices were the biggest cause of frustration - causing bottlenecks of people attempting to book tickets at the earliest opportunity to get the lowest price. This caused the system to fail and ticket sales stopped on Thursday and restart Friday morning. The same issue happened again initially - but the prices had hit an increased level. once again. The panel voices their concerns and what this means for next season https://twitter.com/Formula_Nerds/status/1570440847933722626?s=20&t=LWdw4kqTn2hvG8bDugE96w No go for Herta but De Vries future secured One of the most talked about potential 2023 moves fell through at the end of last week, with Red Bull announcing the end of their interest in Indycar star Colton Herta. This has caused massive discussions over the whole superlicence format / points of the FIA vs Indycar. We dive into the potential improvements Indycar could make, and the impact on the feeder series if this rule had been changed - as the champion of F2 currently has no guaranteed F1 drive. Plus, we dive discuss the future of Nyck de Vries. After his heroics in the Italian GP, Nyck was immediately linked for a permanent drive for Williams. However, this may not be where he ends up if current news is to be believed. Where does this then leave Williams? Where is De Vries going? https://www.formulanerds.com/news/red-bull-abandons-their-attempt-to-sign-herta/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/brown-f1s-whole-system-needs-to-be-reviewed/ Junior academy hitting a downhill Alpine slope? The Oscar Piastri has led Alpine with a question over their second seat, with CEO Laurent Rossi stating it's causing them to question their whole junior programme. As the three-day tests of the Alpine team, kicks off (a car from 2021) at the Hungaroring track, we dissect what next for a team which has endured a difficult summer. We also address the current rumors are that Alpine will choose Pierre Gasly and Nyck de Vries will take his place at AlphaTauri. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/alpine-suggests-scrapping-their-junior-academy/ F3 testing - with surprise inclusions. F3 Testing starts this week in Barcelona with PREMA and MP announcing their line ups. We discuss some of the surprise driver announcements and this could mean for the 2023 season  This week also saw the F3 Women test at Magny Cours in France, we discuss the driver feedback, and the hopes for multiple women on the F3 2023 grid. https://twitter.com/SamuelTCoop/status/1572133540346695680?s=20&t=LWdw4kqTn2hvG8bDugE96w https://www.fiaformula3.com/Latest/4XFdGBG9oMSGp3Ei3QJqhm/watch-womens-magny-cours-f3-test-day-1-round-up https://www.fiaformula3.com/Latest/6flwYNZecbOZTqE7DzMmbV/watch-womens-magny-cours-f3-test-day-2-round-up Share your thoughts, give feedback and get mentioned on the show: - Email Info@FormulaNerds.com Keep up to date with all the latest Formula 1 News: - Visit www.formulanerds.com Follow Us: - Facebook www.Facebook.com/FormulaNerds - Twitter www.twitter.com/Formula_Nerds - Instagram www.instagram.com/FormulaNerds For Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities: - Email business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mode Push: The F1 Podcast
Zandvoort: sloppy pits, strategy conspiracy and breaking the F1 rules

Mode Push: The F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 49:33


We break down the Dutch GP at Zandvoort -- the race could've, should've, would've been about Mercedes but was always meant for Max. We look at best & worst drivers, highlights and a sweet Georgie Russ moment.Next, we break down more Red Bull drama, this time directed at Hannah Schmitz. Bridgette takes on a little tour de women in F1 along the way.Finally, we talk about the Colton Herta, Pierre Gasly gridlock right now and if the FIA should change the rules for Indy to let more American drivers into F1. For more content or to dish tea, reach out on:twitter: @modepushf1 instagram: @modepushf1 web: www.mode-push-f1.come-mail: modepushf1@gmail.com

Box Box F1 Pod
2022 Italian GP Review

Box Box F1 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 31:53


The Italian GP raised many questions. The Tifosi in Monza— there for Ferrari or Charles' face? Ferrari cosplaying as minions— who communicates better, minions or Ferrari?? Nyck de Vries— should he stop skipping shoulder day to prep for an F1 seat in 2023?? Safety car finish—  was Masi the tru villain or a scapegoat? But then who's the real villain?! Pierre Gasly—  what's his position and is it missionary?! The Monza curse —  is it real? Is it an extension of Charles' Monegasque curse??! IS 2023 MAX SAFE?!Find me outside the pod:Follow : @boxboxf1podVisit the website for more deets Share your thoughts/opinions/questions !!Support the showSupport the show

The Race F1 Podcast
Who should Alpine sign alongside Ocon for 2023?

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 42:48


Alpine has its sights on Pierre Gasly, but might not get him, and has a lengthy shortlist for potential alternatives as it seeks to fill its vacant drive for 2023. Ben Anderson and Scott Mitchell-Malm join Edd Straw to run through the candidates and who will run in the upcoming Hungaroring test in a 2021 Alpine - and give their verdict on who Alpine should sign.  This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For F1 news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show

In the Fast Lane
Episode 126: Chris Medland

In the Fast Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:00


F1® is desperate for an American driver to help boost the sport's popularity in the 'States. But should the rules be bent to allow Colton Herta onto the grid without a superlicence? F1® journalist and broadcaster Chris Medland joins hosts Matt Clayton and Michael Lamonato to talk through the background to the Herta story (02:10), what Nyck De Vries' debut for Williams at Monza tells us about the depth in European talent (10:14), if Jack Doohan is a chance to race for Alpine if Pierre Gasly sticks with AlphaTauri (17:31), and suggests ways to fix the grid confusion caused by mass engine and gearbox penalties (20:36).

WTF1 Podcast
Ferrari's new look, Gasly to miss Monza?

WTF1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 21:40


The Italian GP is here and we round-up the big news ahead of the weekend including Ferrari's special livery and overalls, plus Pierre Gasly could look set to miss the Italian Grand Prix.

Jump The Start Racing Podcast
Dutch GP Review/Italian GP Preview: The Silliest of Seasons

Jump The Start Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 69:45


We keep moving through the three-peat after the summer break! The Dutch Grand Prix delivered in terms of end race drama and Ferrari blunders. Mercedes seems to be back in form regarding their strategy calls and race pace, but ultimately couldn't deliver. A lot of conspiracies floating around regarding Yuki Tsunoda and Valtteri Bottas but ultimately Max Verstappen prevailed. We talk race review, Italian GP preview, and a whole lot of Silly Season involving Colton Herta, Pierre Gasly, and Oscar Piastri's fate with Alpine/McLaren is sealed!    Let's Jump the Start

The Race F1 Podcast
The Herta controversy and why Alpine wants Gasly

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:34


Scott Mitchell-Malm joins Edd Straw to discuss Pierre Gasly's likely move to Alpine and whether it's the right choice, and make the case for Colton Herta getting his F1 shot - not to mention the controversial question of how he will get his superlicence. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube For F1 news, analysis and must-read features visit the-race.com Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - 7th September 22

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 35:16


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 Catherine discuss: Deal or No Deal: The Porsche deal with Red Bull is falling through according to reports despite Porsche trademarking F1nally. The panel discuss their thoughts on the failed deal, reasons why it didn't work out and Porsche entering the sport. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/red-bull-porsche-deal-has-a-high-risk-of-collapsing/ The bad side of F1: AlphaTauri released a statement in support of Hannah Schmitz, Red Bull's Head of Strategy, after she's received abuse and the conspiracy theories floating around about Tsunoda's retirement at Zandvoort. The quartet discuss the effects of social media, share their support for Hannah and women in motorsport and give their views on the topic. https://twitter.com/Formula_Nerds/status/1566814414019465216?s=20&t=SF2c7-Gq7W6p7CEMPTm-NA Herta to AlphaTauri? IndyCar racer Colton Herta could be moving to AlphaTauri if the FIA allow him to get a superlicence, which would then see Pierre Gasly move to Alpine. The panel share their thoughts on Herta joining F1, what it would mean, and Red Bull's comments. https://twitter.com/callum_ilott/status/1566897188453613576?s=20&t=SF2c7-Gq7W6p7CEMPTm-NA Ferrari's returning to their roots: The Scuderia are running a yellow livery for their home race in Monza this weekend. Could it be a change of fortune for the team? The quartet discuss what could happen this weekend and their thoughts on a yellow livery. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/binotto-clarifies-sainz-pitlane-incident/ https://www.motorsportweek.com/2022/09/06/ferrari-set-to-run-yellow-livery-at-italian-gp/?feed_id=26958&_unique_id=631736cdc4fcb Formula 3 meets W Series: F3 have announced that four female drivers will partake in a one-day test of the F3 car as an opportunity to understand the championship. The panel give their thoughts on this and what it means for women in motorsport. https://www.fiaformula3.com/Latest/xhVWWB5FA3qhVv7AzqWPw/four-female-drivers-get-the-opportunity-of-a-one-day-test-on-the-fia-f3-car 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

Finding the Gap
Tin Foil Hats - 2022 Dutch GP Review

Finding the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 38:57


LK and Jason crawl out from their caves to discuss the Dutch GP results. No surprise, Max dominates, although the Ferrari's had pace in quali, which was promptly lost once the race started. The guys debate what Mercedes did and if Lewis really got screwed or not. LK contents that Lewis has finally dropped his mask. The discussion also leads to the future of the sport, Colton Herta to Alpha Tauri and Pierre Gasly finally being liberated from the team. All this - and more.. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok @FindingtheGapF1 and also check us out on our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiPlmGMhKwCSgxdd71HaLWQ #Formula1 #F1 #Hamilton #Verstappen #Leclerc #Perez #Sainz #RedBull #Mercedes #Williams #Russell #Mclaren #AstonMartin #Alpine #Ocon #Alonso #Ferrari #AlphaTauri #Gasly #Tsunoda #AngelaCullen #KellyPiquet #GrandSlamPiece #LatifiHatesCheckeredFlags #VettelSellYourSeat #MickSuckmacher #NataliePinkham #JessicaHawkins #FutureLowerBackPain #PAWGs #WAGs #WAGsofGolf #PaigeSpiranac #CassidyHutchinson #GetRICouttahere #AsleepAtTheEndoftheRace #TinFoil #ThatsGonnaHerta --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findingthegap/support

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
Round 15 - The F1 Dutch GP Race Review 2022

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 78:35


This week, on the Cut to the Race Podcast, Oli, Abby and Catherine come together to discuss the Dutch GP. Max Verstappen once again please the home fans with a win that put him 109 points ahead of Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez, who find themselves equal on 201 points. The panel also discussed McLaren's official signing of Oscar Piastri before diving into the race weekend action. They spoke about potential moves the can see if F1 such as Pierre Gasly to Alpine. It all depends on whether Colton Herta will be eligible to join AlphaTauri as they also discussed what's stopping the American from making a move from IndyCar. Race discussions varied from the national anthem review to another Ferrari mess to the heated battle between Mercedes and Max Verstappen. There were some incidents in the race, including a controversial one from Yuki Tsunoda which saw a safety car take place and make Zandvoort all about strategy. Meanwhile, the team also brought you the latest news on the stewards' decision regarding Carlos Sainz, Sergio Perez, and Yuki Tsunoda, who were all summoned after the race. 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

Donut Racing Show
Belgian GP '22: OnlyFinns

Donut Racing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 75:25


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

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds
F1 News From The Nerds - 31th August 22

Cut To The Race | By FormulaNerds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 30:48


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 Catherine discuss: Pierre Gasly and Piasco Alpine and Piastri met with the Contract Regulation Board on Monday and the panel have a little update on the drama. Speculation about who will fill Alonso's seat has been growing with Pierre Gasly being named the preferred driver, despite his rift with Ocon. The panel discuss the likelihood of an all French team. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/gasly-on-ocon-were-not-friends-anymore-so-well-see-about-alpine-drive/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/alpine-could-make-a-surprising-move-to-obtain-pierre-gasly/ https://twitter.com/Formula_Nerds/status/1564316932618305536?s=20&t=N3eGR1r713blo7_7gSPWgw Where next for Mick Schumacher? Mick Schumacher is no longer part of the Ferrari Driver Academy and has yet to have a confirmed seat for 2023. The quartet discuss where he could end up, FDA potentials and who could take his seat at Haas. https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/schumacher-to-cut-ferrari-ties-at-end-of-2022-f1-season/10360493/ Audi in and Porsche Out Audi announced their entry into Formula One last week whilst Alfa Romeo announced their partnership with Sauber will terminate at the end of 2023. The panel discuss Audi's confirmation and its links with Sauber and what that'll mean, as well as the delayed news about Porsche and Red Bull https://www.formulanerds.com/news/are-red-bull-about-to-abandon-the-porsche-partnership/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-alfa-romeo-terminates-partnership-with-sauber/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-audi-confirmed-to-enter-formula-1/ Ferrari's Under Pressure Ferrari are under a lot of pressure and scrutiny following the Belgian Grand Prix after some questionable decisions. Mattia Binotto has expressed concern about the championship and Red Bull's budget cap, which the quartet dissect. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/binotto-hits-out-at-fia-over-concerning-budget-cap-rules/ https://www.formulanerds.com/features/is-it-about-earning-those-one-points-for-charles-leclerc-and-ferrari-now/ Hello Spa, Goodbye Kyalami Spa is confirmed to be on the 2023 calendar, whilst Kyalami has fallen through. The panel discuss the confirmation of the iconic track as well as what could be next for Belgium and Kyalami. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/belgian-grand-prix-to-stay-on-formula-1-calendar-for-2023/ 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