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Sergio Perez's driving went from bad in Singapore to worse...in Suzuka. Red Bull Racing were cheeky with Perez's double retirement and time penalty...in Suzuka. McLaren scored their best result of the season, a double podium,...in Suzuka. Fernando Alonso finally lost his cool with Aston Martin on the radio...in Suzuka. The tension brewed over between Lewis Hamilton and George Russell...in Suzuka. Max Verstappen resumed to his dominant winning ways...in Suzuka. Alpine had a team-mate fall-out on the last lap of the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix...in Suzuka. And of course, Sebastian Vettel started a 'bee hotel'...in Suzuka. In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah review the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix. Yes, we're a day late than usual but Soumil was busy with MotoGP's Grand Prix of India. Psst! He was the 'voice of MotoGP' in India. Lots of fun stories from the paddock, championship narratives and facts-stats packed into this episode of our podcast. If you missed our race screenings for the last couple of races, we'll be back our events in Mumbai from the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix. Tune in! (Season 2023, Episode 51) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah Image courtesy: Aston Martin Formula One Team
Snap back to reality and Verstappen winning. This week, at the Japanese GP, we see Logan Sargeant and Sergio Perez both raising their heads above the parapet looking for the coveted Grosjean Award. The Mercedes battling on the track, Red Bull putting one of their drivers on the naughty step and is the GPP Bingo...
On this week's Cut to the Race, Oli, Abby and James review Round 17 of the 2023 season, the Japanese Grand Prix. With very early sessions for UK viewers, the panel talk through the key takeaways from free practice, which saw a red flag brought out as the Alpine of Pierre Gasly ended up in the barrier. The trio also discuss Qualifying where Max Verstappen was back on form following Singapore and the McLarens were looking to be very strong. They also speak about Logan Sargeant and his recent run of form. The panel then dissect the Grand Prix, which saw mixed performances throughout the field. Max Verstappen took the win, but his teammate, Sergio Perez, had a very unfortunate race, which the panel debate. They also talk about McLaren's first double podium as well as Mercedes' different strategies for their drivers following the Safety Car after the opening lap chaos. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Snap back to reality and Verstappen winning. This week, at the Japanese GP, we see Logan Sargeant and Sergio Perez both raising their heads above the parapet looking for the coveted Grosjean Award. The Mercedes battling on the track, Red Bull putting one of their drivers on the naughty step and is the GPP Bingo...
I love that Singapore just ended up being a Red Bull-themed episode, even if Carlos Sainz won a classic GP to end Red Bull's 15-race winning streak! But yeah, did we mention Red Bull DIDN'T win! It was a brilliant finale to an intriguing tactical race in Singapore as the unique nature of the track and setup concerns for the energy drink firm opened the door for Carlos Sainz to win from pole and dictate the terms of engagement. We talk how he used 2nd place runner Lando Norris as a "pick" to make sure he could hold off the 2-stopping Mercedes of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton. And that was before Russell hit the wall on the final lap to cost himself another podium. We also talk the confusing situation at AlphaTauri as Liam Lawson continues to make headlines, this time with his first Q3 appearance and P9 finish, Alpha's best of the year. With Daniel Ricciardo still not 100% fit and Yuki Tsunoda controversially seemingly at the front of the queue, who should be in their seats... and why is Sergio Perez off the table? Also, we gotta talk Helmut Marko being a xenophobe once again. Yay. Welcome back, to Motorsport101...
YouTuber and Chief Manus Josh Revell joins Dre Harrison on a special hour-long edition of Hot Takes Wednesday! Of course, we had to give him a take on fellow New Zealander Liam Lawson after his points-scoring weekend at Singapore, but also included - Was Colton Herta a bad idea from the start for AlphaTauri to try and sign? Is Carlos Sainz now a Top 3 driver on the grid, and can McLaren chase down Aston Martin for fourth? All that and more on HTW! By the way, the WTF1 Clubhouse is back for the 2024 British Grand Prix! Hang out with us, get involved in pub quizzes, DJ's, a licensed bar and so much more! Sign up at WTF1.com/Clubhouse! And this episode was brought to you by Manscaped! Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code "WTF1" at Manscaped.com!
Rosanna and the team look back at an extraordinary qualifying session in Singapore. They hear from Max Verstappen, who could only manage 11th after he and his teammate Sergio Perez struggled in their respective cars. We also hear from Carlos Sainz who put it on pole, and George Russell who lines up third in Sunday's race.
Harry Benjamin and Callan O'Keefe are back to preview this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix. It includes some talk about whether the temporary removal of the Sector 3 double chicane will improve the racing, more on Sergio Perez's future, whether Sebastian Vettel might come out of retirement after driving his 2011 title-winning Red Bull RB7 on the Nordschleife and much more!
Max Verstappen is yet to win in Singapore. Will we repeat this stat after the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix though? Heck, VER is yet to take pole position at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. In fact, Red Bull Racing never has. However, there's more belief that VER will extend his record-breaking race winning streak to 11 wins this Sunday. But also, Singapore might be his toughest race to win...yet. Firstly, VER's five race winning streak of 2022 ended at Singapore. Could it be a repeat this year? Of course, this could be for no fault of his own, as we saw in 2022. Secondly, will the driver breaking VER's ongoing race winning streak become popular or unpopular for breaking the streak? Yes, it is about who breaks the streak. If it's Sergio Perez, he will be unpopular, however, if it's any other driver, he'll be a popular one! The perils of racing along side Max Verstappen at Red Bull Racing, we guess. The Marina Bay Street Circuit features a new layout this weekend. Williams believe that the new layout will be more suitable to the FW45 than the old one. The organisers have replaced four 90 degree slow corners with a 400 metre long straight. They say that the layout change is to accommodate ongoing developments on the streets of Singapore, or is it really? They do anything these days to boost 'overtaking' in Formula 1. A high downforce circuit that's tough on it's tyres. Add to it the physical challenge for the drivers - the heat and humidity. Throw in the usual narratives, but also, the nearest home race for Zhou Guanyu and Alexander Albon. C'mon, Alfa Romeo Racing, if there's a race to announce Zhou's extension, it's this! This weekend's going to be another epic Formula 1 race, and our race preview, will bring you closer to the upcoming race...and the sport. Tune in! (Season 2023, Episode 48) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah Image courtesy: Red Bull Content Pool
Will Red Bull struggle round the streets of Singapore? Or are Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez both playing mind games by saying they'll find the Marina Bay circuit more difficult than previous races? Does Charles Leclerc need to reassert himself at Ferrari after being outperformed by teammate Carlos Sainz in Monza? Will Fernando Alonso be back on the podium for the eighth time this season? Can McLaren and Mercedes get back to the front after losing some momentum? Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham dissect all the big talking points ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix. Plus, 10-time Grand Prix winner Gerhard Berger tells Tom why Max Verstappen reminds him of his former McLaren teammate and close friend, Ayrton Senna, and the Austrian answers your questions in Ask The Nation. To have your question answered on a future episode, send a voice note or an email to F1Nation@f1.com
Glenn Freeman and Josh Suttill join Edd Straw to discuss how Lewis Hamilton's new deal with Mercedes, and the uncertainty surrounding Sergio Perez's future at Red Bull, might affect the driver market going forwards. They also weigh in on a couple of other stories doing the rounds at the moment, namely the expectation that the FIA will soon announce their decision on new teams entering F1, and Felipe Massa's legal action regarding the result of the 2008 World Championship. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our 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
On this week's Cut to the Race podcast, Oli is joined by Abby and James as they review the Italian Grand Prix and do a special edition of the FormulaNerds quiz. It was the Italian Grand Prix last weekend and there was action throughout the whole weekend. The panel start off touching on free practice, which saw Sergio Perez crash as well as Lance Stroll having a very unfortunate time. Next up was Qualifying and the trio dissect each session, focusing on the performance of the Alpine drivers, the differential between the Aston Martins and the tense battle that saw a Ferrari driver take pole at Monza. After giving their world famous National Anthem reviews, the panel review the race. They discuss the opening laps and the battle between Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen for the lead. The trio also talk about the Mercedes drivers, in particular George Russell's incident with Esteban Ocon and Lewis Hamilton's incident with Oscar Piastri. They then chat about all the battles on track, which provided some great racing, especially the inter-team battle between the Ferrari drivers before reviewing the championship standings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Max Verstappen breaks the record after posting his 10th straight win at Monza! Ferrari's show over the weekend does not translate into a win, or even 2nd?!Lewis Hamilton ruins Oscar Piastri's day. And, can this Williams team see a podium this season!? All that and a whole lot more.
The 2023 Italian Grand Prix was just how Formula 1 races should be. No, seriously! There were no overtakes, but there were edge-of-seat on-track battles. And yes, that's how Formula 1 should be. The focus should be on the battles, whether or not they result in an overtake. In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah discuss the 2023 Italian Grand Prix. Max Verstappen's awesome 10 race wins in a row record, Carlos Sainz's entertaining driving, Sergio Perez's recovery and Alexander Albon's DRS train. This race was also the second of the 'ATA' or Alternate Tyre Allocation races, basically, teams had fewer sets of tyres to use. How did the ATA work? Did it spice up the action OR was it status quo for Formula 1? Alpine's double no-score, Lewis Hamilton's recovery drive with Mercedes and more. Lots to tune in to. (Season 2023, Episode 46) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah Image courtesy: Red Bull Content Pool
From the heart of the Monza paddock, Tom Clarkson is joined by Italian F1 journalist, Roberto Chinchero, and Spanish F1 writer for Diario AS, Jesús Balseiro, to reflect on Max Verstappen's record-breaking 10th Grand Prix victory in a row. Verstappen and Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner react to another triumphant weekend for the reigning World Champions, whilst Ferrari duo Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc share their thoughts on an epic battle for the final podium place in front of the adoring Tifosi. Will Lewis Hamilton still be on Oscar Piastri's Christmas card list after their collision? The Australian gives his verdict on the incident that cost him a points finish and whether he can still take positives from the weekend. Plus, you'll also hear from Sergio Perez, McLaren Team Principal Andrea Stella, Alfa Romeo's Zhou Guanyu, and Williams Team Principal James Vowles. This episode is sponsored by: AG1: If a comprehensive solution is what you need from your supplement routine, then try AG1 and get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free AG1 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Go to drinkAG1.com/F1NATION. BetterHelp: get a break from your thoughts, with BetterHelp. Visit betterhelp.com/f1nation today to get 10% off your first month.
Sergio Perez has had a mixed season so far in 2023, with some strong performances but also some costly mistakes. This has led to speculation that Red Bull could be looking to replace him at the end of the year. In this episode of the Cut to the Race Podcast, Oli, Sam, James and Abby discuss the rumours surrounding Perez's future at Red Bull. We'll explore the reasons why Red Bull might be considering a change, and we'll also look at the potential replacements for Perez. Sergio Perez has had a mixed season so far in 2023, with some strong performances early on, but also some costly mistakes in the months since - particularly in qualifying. This has led to speculation that Red Bull could be looking to replace him at the end of the year, despite some strong recovery drives on Sundays. In this episode of the Cut to the Race Podcast, Oli, Sam, James and Abby discuss the rumours surrounding Perez's future at Red Bull. We'll explore the reasons why Red Bull might be considering a change, and we'll also look at the potential replacements for Perez. The Mexican is contracted to Red Bull for 2024, but a lot can change between now and pre-season testing in February. Red Bull have proven themselves to be ruthless with driver changes, even when a contract is in place, so how much do we - and should Sergio Perez - trust the Milton Keynes-based team? Everyone's favourite Australian, Daniel Ricciardo, is firmly back in the mix, but will his injury scupper his plans of taking back what was once his? Liam Lawson, the beneficiary of Ricciardo's injury, could further muddy the waters at Red Bull and AlphaTauri - will he provide Perez cause for concern? There are many questions to answer, and many factors to consider. One thing, however, is for certain: it's not going to be straightforward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The racing Gods were determined to stop Verstappen's winning streak after two deluges of rain during the Dutch Grand Prix. And Max decided to beat them too. Another moment of history for the World Champion as he became just the third person in F1 to ever win nine races in a row and just the second to do it in the same season. Can anything stop him from closing out the season? We also break down who made the best and the worst of the wet conditions. Pierre Gasly shocked everyone with a podium from 12th on the grid, Sergio Perez slipped out of the podium spots, Alonso's back in 2nd, and McLaren had Lando Norris miss his rain switch again. A familiar tale. And what the hell were Mercedes doing? And what is going on at AlphaTauri - Liam Lawson coming in at the 11th hour to replace a now-injured Daniel Ricciardo after breaking his metacarpal in his hand. Will this have an effect on Red Bull's driver scouting?! All that and more on another Motorsport101!
Rainy afternoon at Zandvoort as the Dutch GP sees the same winner it has seen since it's re-admittance into the glorious sport of Formula 1, and what a glorious afternoon it was. Max ties Sebastian Vettel's record for consecutive wins and Pierre Gasly finds his way onto pole in the Alpine. And of course, there's an Aston Martin on the podium. Can you guess who? All that and much, much more.
Welcome back to the Formula One 2023 season! The summer break is over and Dan Jimenez and Alex Kirry are back in the saddle (cockpit) with a preview of the Dutch Grand Prix at Zanvoort as Dan lets you know that Red Bull has no chance of being challenged this weekend but the threat of rain is something to look forward to, at least. The guys breakdown rumors on varying levels of the truth or lie scale that have popped up during the month hiatus and also talk about how much the driver market has really gone up (or down for some) when it comes to driver salaries. Who is overpaid and who is underpaid? Lets face it, they're all overpaid, but its still a fun guessing game. Also, which driver is the Aaron Rodgers on the grid this season? The close comparisons are wild. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another manic F1 weekend and yet again, in the end, Max Verstappen wins. He becomes just the second man in history to win eight races in a row, and in this episode, we break it all down! We talk about the very nature of wet racing as yet another rain-affected weekend played a big role as the Sprint got delayed by 35 minutes and then shortened on Saturday. Is the Extreme Wet tyre now useless? Chaos at Alpine as well as a shock departing for Otmar Szefnauer in the middle of the race weekend with Bruno Famin taking over and 34-year sporting director Alan Permane also leaving. Just what the fuck is going in that team? And a shoutout to Max for leaving it all the way until Lap 17 until taking the lead against Sergio Perez... and winning by 22 seconds. So easy he was even joking about taking an extra stop towards the end. Just how do you beat this man? And what did we make of the Checo/Hamilton and Sainz/Piastri clashes? All that and more on another Motorsport101!
Time On Track returns to examine the final race before the summer break, and it's one our favorite tracks on the calendar. This is round 13, the Belgian GP at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. This was an action packed weekend that featured a sprint shootout and race, a whole lotta rain, and one inevitable winner. Max Verstappen took his 9th win of the season with a phenomenal performance starting from 6th on the grid (thanks to a new gearbox taken prior to the race). Sergio Perez got the performance he was looking for, finishing a somewhat distant second, followed closely by Charles Leclerc, and Lewis Hamilton. The McLaren team continued to look strong throughout the weekend, with some masterful driving from both Oscar Piastri and Lando Norris, and were it not for a lap 1, turn 1 incident, might have seen one of them on the podium.
Hosts Dan Jimenez and Alex Kirry begin this week's episode recapping the final race before the summer break that saw, you guessed it, another dominant Max Verstappen win. Red Bull finish 1-2 in the race but the mid-field really seems to be getting more and more competitive and even if Red Bull can't be beat in the foreseeable future, Alex and Dan relish the other sides to SPA that made it worth watching. Even with the teams taking a few weeks of mandatory time off for the summer break, Alex and Dan are still hard at work breaking down the ups and downs of the F1 season in 2023 with mid-season awards from the best of the best to the worst of the worst and every sketchy moment in between. An episode you don't want to miss! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dre Harrison is back for another Hot Takes Wednesday with Charley Williams and in this episode, the two get into a deep dive on dominance in F1 with accusations Red Bull's boring up the joint, whether Oscar Piastri will be the next new race winner, and whether Alex Albon was a better Red Bull driver than Sergio Perez currently is! Listen in now!
Alanis and Nolan are joined by guest host Jason Fenske (Engineering Explained on YouTube) to recap the Belgian Grand Prix, where Max Verstappen continued his iconic run of sassy radio messages, Carlos Sainz managed 23 laps with a busted sidepod, and McLaren had a disappointing weekend. They also talk about the exciting Sprint Race results that no one really knows how to congratulate anyone on. 0:00 Intro 1:30 Jason Fenske's relationship with Formula 1 5:11 Qualifying 11:12 Alpine parts ways with Otmar Szafnauer 20:02 Sprint Race 21:50 Oscar Piastri and Pierre Gasly impress, Sergio Perez and Fernando Alonso DNF 26:15 Belgian Grand Prix 31:10 McLaren's questionable but smart move 33:25 Max Verstappen racing for history 43:54 How the rest of the field fared 47:47 Race results 51:25 Boyfriend of the Week 55:41 Listener Mail and Outro Order Alanis' and Elizabeth's new book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Cook your way through the Formula One calendar with Elizabeth's new series, Grand Prix Gastronomy https://grandprixgastronomy.substack.com/ Check out Elizabeth's Boyfriend of the Week's podcast (Race Roadie by Reagan) at https://open.spotify.com/show/2HTyPwSOAWVRLFtFHpRRtG?si=99167d34e00244de Follow Donut Racing Show on Twitter @donutracingshow Email us email@example.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
F1 is witnessing greatness. ‘Max has got this burning desire', says Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner after another emphatic Verstappen victory in Belgium. Tom Clarkson, Natalie Pinkham and Erik van Haren reflect on Red Bull winning the first 12 races of 2023 and explore Verstappen's ‘must-win' mentality. ‘Being 2nd behind Max is like a win' says the team's Motorsport Advisor Helmut Marko as he hails Sergio Perez. After a great weekend for Oscar Piastri and a remarkable recovery drive from Lando Norris, we reflect on McLaren's season so far and get a few words from Lando's dad. Interim Team Principal of Alpine, Bruno Famin, explains the big leadership changes at the team and celebrates a good weekend on-track for Gasly and Ocon. Plus, we debrief with Ferrari's Fred Vasseur after Charles Leclerc's return to the podium, Aston Martin's Mike Krack tells us how he's feeling after a double points finish, and Yuki Tsunoda reveals his cocktail of choice after scoring points with AlphaTauri.
Instagram Superstar F1Caroline joins Harry Benjamin and Callan O'Keefe on the WTF1 Post-Race Podcast for the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix! In it, the trio talk about Verstappen's ridiculous eighth straight win, as well as the Sergio Perez angle. Is even finishing 2nd good enough now? We also talk about Alpine cutting ties with team boss Otmar Szafnauer and Sporting Director Alan Permane, and who was to blame for the Hamilton/Perez clash during the Sprint. Listen in now! This episode was brought to you by Factor! Head to factormeals.com/wtf150 and use code wtf150 to get 50% off!
In our final episode, we are at the Belgium Grand Prix. Another historical win for Max Verstappen and Red Bull, Checo finally gets the placement he deserves, and our boys have to move on from the pod to chase down their busy schedules moving forward. We thank you for the amazing time we have spent together for the past almost 80 episodes. Please keep following our hosts @iambrentgill @geoffreytice and come see their live comedy shows. Follow our editor @korecording and the new work she is doing in England, and a final big thanks to Jan @pointsinawilliams for hopping on board early and helping us grow. We love you all and hope to see you again real soon. Don't forget to wear your seatbelts.
Harry Benjamin is joined by former McLaren mechanic Marc Priestley and former Williams reserve driver Jack Aitken to review Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix. They discuss yet another victory for Max Verstappen, hearing from the Dutchman, as well as Sergio Perez, Charles Leclerc and Oscar Piastri.
Harry Benjamin and former McLaren mechanic Marc Priestley review Saturday's day of sprint action at the Belgian Grand Prix. They hear from Max Verstappen as well as Oscar Piastri, plus discuss Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez's collision.
Katie Caldwell is out for the week, but Sean Barie and Nick Shook scored a star to take her place: NFL Network's and Jomboy Media's Chris Rose! The three dive into the AFC North, providing predictions for each team's final record and full breakdowns of how they see the division shaking out. Sean and Nick then shift gears to F1 to recap the Hungarian Grand Prix, where Lando Norris scored another P2 and Sergio Perez finally returned to form. Nick also made a new friend while in Los Angeles, and Sean loves living the luxurious life of Uber XL.
It's the hope that always gets you. Lewis Hamilton scores his first pole position in 33 race weekends, and only the second time all year a Red Bull isn't starting from pole... and he led the race for about 400 metres. It was the biggest beating of the field yet by Max Verstappen, a 33.7 second dominant display by the Red Bull, leaving Lando Norris in the dust, with Sergio Perez back on the podium too. We try to make sense of just how dominant this Red Bull is. We also talk about the F1 Juniors broadcast and some disappointing comments made by Danica Patrick, who implied that her "un-feminine mindset" was the reason she won... to a child-friendly broadcast. We break down why her comments were so wide of the mark and how they may end up doing more harm than good for an important cause of trying to get women into Motorsport. And we try to make sense of the midfield battle in F1. McLaren are on a rampage, tripling their points haul in the last two weekends. Aston Martin thought they could win this one... and ended up 9th and 10th. And for Ferrari... well they just revealed that Charles Leclerc hasn't had a working radio for four races. Normal. So in the words of Larry Bird, which one of y'all is finishing second?! All that and more o- OH WAIT DANIEL RICCIARDO'S BACK TOO, DID ANYONE MENTION HIM?!
Fresh off his time with the F1 Juniors, Harry Benjamin's back with Callan O'Keefe for another edition of the WTF1 Post-Race Podcast! And on it, they talk everything EXCEPT for Verstappen's 7th straight win, such as the fight for the Second in the Championship with McLaren's excellent run of form, and questions to be asked about Sergio Perez after yet another recovery drive to the podium! Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/WTF1 to post your job for free! Terms and conditions apply.
We are in the land of goulash this week at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Another record breaking weekend for Red Bull, McLaren still showing how dominant their upgrades are, Mercedes still kind of struggling and Danny Ric starts 13th and ends 13th, right in no one's face. Follow our hosts @iambrentgill @geoffreytice our producers @korecording and @pointsinawilliams
A broken record. A broken trophy. An unbreakable winning streak? Red Bull won their 12th consecutive Grand Prix in Budapest. Tom Clarkson, Lee McKenzie and Juan Fossaroli dive into the post-race celebrations to round up the Hungarian Grand Prix. At Red Bull, Jos Verstappen, Max's father, explains why ‘focus' is the key to his son's ‘unbelievable' season. Team Principal Christian Horner reflects on Max v Lewis at the race start and reveals how much damage was done to Verstappen's winners' trophy during the podium celebrations. Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey talks about beating the all-time consecutive win record. After an important podium for Sergio Perez, we talk about his future at Red Bull. There's reaction from a happy McLaren CEO Zak Brown after another Lando Norris podium and top 5 finish for Oscar Piastri. Could Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton have made the podium after his stunning pole position? How costly is a double retirement for Alpine? Ferrari Team Principal Fred Vasseur says the team ‘made mistakes' in Budapest. Plus, what's behind Aston Martin's drop in performance? Play F1 Fantasy with F1 Nation for free. Search for the game, pick your team, then join the F1 Nation World Championship. Send your emails and questions about the 2023 F1 season to F1Nation@F1.com
First Practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix was marked by rain and crashes, with George Russell of Mercedes emerging as the fastest driver in the highly disrupted session. The session was interrupted early on when Red Bull's Sergio Perez crashed on his first timed lap. Perez lost control of his RB19 after his left-rear wheel touched the grass on the outside of Turn 5, causing a 360-degree spin and collision with the wall. In the second practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc put in the fastest time just ahead of McLaren's Lando Norris, with Max Verstappen of Red Bull only managing 11th place. Editor of autosport.com, Haydn Cobb, joins Martyn Lee to work out how Friday's running will impact Qualifying and the Grand Prix. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All eyes on Daniel Ricciardo this weekend. After all, he's making a comeback to Formula 1 at the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix. Admittedly, it's an AlphaTauri, so will Ricciardo exit in Q1...and still out-qualify Yuki Tsunoda? A bittersweet moment that would be. We're hosting a live race screening for Formula 1 fans in Mumbai for the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix. Where: Versova SOCIAL When: 23rd July, 5.30 pm onward (IST) Soumil Arora will host a pre/post race interaction & F1 quiz for all attendees. Get your tickets on Paytm Insider. Also, all eyes on Mclaren. Can their form from Austria and Silverstone continue at the Hungaroring? Their upgrades have brought them into play for P2 - and they've got another upgrade planned for Hungary. As for Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing, they will continue to break records. But the one record Sergio Perez needs to break is that of not featuring in Q3 for five consecutive races. Yes, in the same car that his team-mate has scored pole positions in. 'Monaco without the walls' 'A go-kart circuit' 'Tight and twisty' are some of the many descriptions you will hear during the weekend of the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix. Tune in! (Season 2023, Episode 36) Follow our host on Twitter: Soumil Arora, @f1statsguru and Kunal Shah Image courtesy: Red Bull Content Pool
How did Daniel Ricciardo's F1 comeback happen? When and where was the decision made? Who called Nyck De Vries to tell him he'd lost his seat at AlphaTauri? What are Daniel's long-term goals in F1? Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner joins F1 Nation to give us the full inside story. Tom Clarkson and two Hungarian Grand Prix experts – two-time winner Damon Hill and podium finisher Pedro de la Rosa – discuss Ricciardo's return and what it means for him, the outgoing Nyck De Vries, Red Bull driver Sergio Perez and AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda. Plus, after Lando Norris' stunning Silverstone podium, the team ask if McLaren can challenge Red Bull again. Will Ferrari, Aston Martin or Mercedes have a better chance around the twisting, technical Hungaroring? Hear more from Daniel Ricciardo on F1.com and the F1 app. For more F1 podcasts, search for F1 Beyond The Grid and Formula Why. This episode is sponsored by Factor: head to factormeals.com/nation50 and use code nation50 to get 50% off
Rolls-Royce, Porsche, and GM are taking action against car flippers, with Rolls-Royce's CEO stating that flippers will be blacklisted. Red Bull's announcement of Daniel Ricciardo's return puts pressure on Sergio Perez. Caterham unveils the Project V concept, an electric sports coupé with a 2+1 seating layout and a range of 249 miles. Ford faces an EV inventory problem and struggles to meet demand for Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning. The UAW plans negotiations with Detroit automakers and considers strikes. Ariel reveals the Atom 4R with a revised Honda Civic Type R engine and improved performance. Hyundai introduces the Ioniq 5 N Drift Spec with combustion-like sound effects. VW's CEO warns of challenges and calls for cost-saving measures amid EV investments. Toyota offers the "86 Refresh Service" for owners of 2012-2016 Toyota 86 models, providing various refresh courses at a total cost of ¥631,400 or $4,537. On the DRO Report, we decide whether to demolition derby, rent, or own the G87 BMW M2, G80 BMW M3, and A90 Toyota Supra.
Time On Track returns for round 11 of the 2023 Formula 1 season, the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. We love this track for the often entertaining racing it lends itself to, and this weekend was no exception. The biggest surprise of this race was the pace shown by the McLaren cars driven by Lando Norris and the rookie Oscar Piastri, who finished in P2 and P4 respectively, and would were it not for an untimely safety car would have likely secured two spots on the podium. We saw another early qualifying exit from Sergio Perez, and a horrid slate of bad luck for McLaren's main rival, Alpine.
On this week's News from the Nerds, Oli is joined by Abby and Sam as they dissect the biggest news story of this week regarding Nyck de Vries and how that affects the rest of F1. AlphaTauri make changes: AlphaTauri have made the decision to sack Nyck de Vries and Red Bull are loaning Daniel Ricciardo for the remained of the season. The panel dissect the teams' decisions and what it means for both De Vries and Ricciardo. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-ricciardo-returns-to-f1-to-replace-de-vries-immediately/ What does it mean for Perez: With the news of Ricciardo returning to F1, there's added pressure on Sergio Perez who has underperformed in qualifying recently. The trio discuss the impact of De Vries' departure on Perez, whether Red Bull will keep him in the seat or whether he'll be replaced. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/horner-has-revealed-how-red-bull-is-supporting-perez-amid-qualifying-failures/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/perez-answers-rumours-not-worried-about-any-of-that/ Liberty Media add to the pressure: Liberty Media have commented on the Red Bull and AlphaTauri driver movements saying that it would be better for the top team to have two dominating drivers. The panel chat about Liberty Media's comments and the potential prospects that Red Bull could choose. Praise for Alex Albon: Alexander Albon has come into his own recently with praise from his teammate Logan Sargeant. The trio talk about Williams' performance and the expectations within the team. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/albon-confident-for-rest-of-2023-we-definitely-have-a-quicker-car-this-year/ McLaren make a comeback but they aren't alone: McLaren improved in Silverstone bagging a podium after their upgrades, whilst Alpine and Mercedes are still trying to work out their cars. The panel dissect McLaren's improvements as well as Mercedes' approach to the W14 and whether Alpine can regain P5 from McLaren. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/russell-mclaren-have-definitely-been-a-small-step-ahead-of-us-this-weekend/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/ocon-on-mclaren-upgrades-we-also-have-some-bigger-stuff-coming/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alanis, Elizabeth, and Nolan recap the British Grand Prix, which was maybe one of the funnest races of the season! They talk about the McLaren and Aston Martin's Freaky Friday-esque body swap, Sergio Perez's era on “The Road”, Alex Albon's juice–o-meter, and ponder whether or not Logan Sargeant has ever seen Halloweentown. Plus, Elizabeth gives the English language a new, very gross-sounding word. You're welcome. 0:00 Intro 2:13 Qualifications 10:35 Brundle Breakdown: Cara Delevingne 20:25 The Race / McLaren 25:52 Aston Martin 29:12 Alpine 30:32 Mercedes 32:05 Red Bull 34:45 Checkin' In With Checo 35:27 Ferrari 41:47 Race Results 44:35 Boyfriend of the Week 49:15 Listener Mail and Outro Find your drive. Forget boring rental cars at https://Turo.com Get Valvoline for your car! Cut your wireless bill to 15 bucks a month at https://MINTMOBILE.com/racing. Read Elizabeth's piece on Martin Brundle on Jalopnik, here: https://jalopnik.com/cara-delevingne-martin-brundle-f1-grid-british-gp-1850621167 Order Alanis's and Elizabeth's new book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Cook your way through the Formula One calendar with Elizabeth's new series, Grand Prix Gastronomy https://grandprixgastronomy.substack.com/ Follow Donut Racing Show on Twitter @donutracingshow Email us firstname.lastname@example.org 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
*DISCLAIMER* This episode was recorded prior to Tuesday's announcement of Ricciardo replacing De Vries at AlphaTauri, please see our previous bonus ep for Harry's take on the news, and tune in on Sunday for the full LB breakdown. Sam, Ben & Harry consider whether Sergio Perez is in danger of being replaced at Red Bull, and whether they each would stick with him or look elsewhere. They also discuss whether Piastri was the right call by McLaren, the newly released 2024 calendar, and the delay to Hamilton's new deal. They finish with a game of F1: Higher or Lower.. SUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebraking JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAm JOIN our F1 Fantasy League: https://fantasy.formula1.com/en/leagues/join/C3CCEW8P704 TWEET us @LateBrakingF1 BUY our merch: https://late-braking-f1-podcast.creator-spring.com/ EMAIL us at email@example.com SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode was recorded prior to Tuesday's announcement of Ricciardo replacing De Vries at AlphaTauri, please see our previous bonus ep for Harry's take on the news, and tune in on Sunday for the full LB breakdown. Sam, Ben & Harry consider whether Sergio Perez is in danger of being replaced at Red Bull, and whether they each would stick with him or look elsewhere. They also discuss whether Piastri was the right call by McLaren, the newly released 2024 calendar, and the delay to Hamilton's new deal. They finish with a game of F1: Higher or Lower.. SUPPORT our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latebraking JOIN our Discord: https://discord.gg/dQJdu2SbAm JOIN our F1 Fantasy League: https://fantasy.formula1.com/en/leagues/join/C3CCEW8P704 TWEET us @LateBrakingF1 BUY our merch: https://late-braking-f1-podcast.creator-spring.com/ EMAIL us at firstname.lastname@example.org SUBSCRIBE to our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Holy McLaren Batman, we got ourselves a motor race! We are in Silverstone and what a weekend it was. McLaren scores big points, Alpine blows it, Ferrari lost to a Williams, and Max Verstappen ruined everything as always. Follow our host @iambrentgill @geoffreytice our producers @korecording and @pointsinawilliams
Austrian Grand Prix? Completed it! Max Verstappen took maximum points at the Red Bull Ring by winning the Sprint Race on Saturday, the 71-lap contest on Sunday and the extra point for fastest lap. The Dutchman's perfect weekend extends his Championship lead over teammate Sergio Perez to 81 points. Tom Clarkson is joined by Diego Mejia from Fox Sports Mexico and Bild's Silja Rulle to dissect a thrilling weekend of action that had track limits drama, gripping wheel-to-wheel racing, wet conditions and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc back on the podium. As well as reaction from both Red Bull drivers and their Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey, you'll hear from McLaren Team Principal Andrea Stella on Lando Norris's P4, Alpine Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer, Williams' Alex Albon and former Austrian F1 driver Alex Wurz. Play F1 Fantasy and join the F1 Nation World Championship to compete against us and other listeners. Go to F1.com/fantasy to sign up for free. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp: visit betterhelp.com/f1nation today to get 10% off your first month
The Red Bull Ring, home of late nights, energy drinks and kidney stones. This might have been the most exciting race weekend of the season, this is what F1 is all about. This description really doesn't need to be much longer, but visually I guess we should fill it out. Just listen to the episode and you'll know exactly what this episode is about. Follow our hosts @iambrentgill @geoffreytice our producers @korecording and @pointsinawilliams.
Harry Benjamin is joined by Jack Aitken and Andrew Benson to review the day's action. They hear from Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez after the pair had an altercation on the first lap. And they also reflect on the news that Dutch racing driver Dilano van 't Hoff died after a crash at Spa in the Formula Regional European Championship.
Red Bull return to their home race in Austria having joined an exclusive club of constructors to win 100 Grands Prix, after Max Verstappen's victory in Canada. The Dutchman is now 69 points clear of teammate Sergio Perez in the drivers' standings and plenty more are on offer this weekend because the Red Bull Ring will host the second sprint race of the season. Tom Clarkson is joined by 1996 F1 World Champion Damon Hill to reflect on where the Championship has potentially been won and lost in the last three races. After that stellar podium in Canada, where Verstappen was joined by Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton, TC and DH discuss which traits they'd take from each driver to build the ultimate World Champion - inspired by the driver rating categories of EA SPORTS F1 23. The thrilling battle between Aston Martin and Mercedes is also on the agenda, along with the progress of Ferrari and Williams after much better results in Montreal. Plus, McLaren Team Principal Andrea Stella drops by to talk about their upgrades for the next few races, and Tom and Damon answer your questions in Ask The Nation. To have your question answered in a future episode, email a voicenote to F1Nation@F1.com. Play F1 Fantasy and join the F1 Nation World Championship to compete against us and other listeners. Go to F1.com/fantasy to sign up for free. This episode is sponsored by: NordVPN: get Exclusive NordVPN deal at https://nordvpn.com/f1nation It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! Caldera + Lab: get 20% OFF with our code NATION at calderalab.com.
The Warriors are officially back and we're live from Miami for F1 weekend (00:00:00-00:16:35). We talk Celtics/Sixers and does Max hate dogs because it seems like he does (00:16:35-00:31:37). Coach Bud fired and Dillon Brooks fall out (00:31:37-00:41:38). Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner joins us in person to talk about the season thus far, his lucky toilet and drive to survive (00:41:38-01:06:31). Max Verstappen & Sergio Perez join the show and we help build trust between the two drivers, talk about Max buying a Tiger and more (01:06:31-01:31:47). Randy Moss joins the show to break down Kentucky Derby weekend with picks and storylines (01:31:47-01:58:03). We finish with Fyre Fest and lottery ball machine (01:58:03-02:15:22).You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake