Human settlement in England
When Jenson Button won the 2009 F1 title he became the first of our Young Driver Award winners to do so. Zak O'Sullivan was the 2021 winner and was recently at Silverstone to get his first taste of F1 machinery with Aston Martin as part of his prize. This Sunday night, at the Autosport Awards, the winner of the 2022 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year will be announced. On today's podcast, Martyn Lee is joined by chief editor Kevin Turner to reveal exactly how to win the prestigious competition.
Tyrone Mathurin talks to host Sue Stockdale about being a racing driver in Team BRIT, which aims to become the first ever all-disabled team to race in the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race – the most iconic endurance sportscar race in the world.Whilst riding his motorbike in 2005, Tyrone crashed which caused four nerves to be torn from his spinal cord. During surgery to reattach the nerves, doctors were unaware of a hematoma putting pressure onto his spinal cord and a week later he awoke from an induced coma, paralysed. Fast forward to 2022, and Tyrone is behind the wheel at the Silverstone circuit in a specially adapted BMW 118, where previously he had watched Moto GP as a spectator. Tyrone talks about his life growing up, how he endured the challenge of being paralysed, and how he became a racing driver in Team BRIT.Find out more about Team BRIT:Website https://teambrit.co.uk/drivers/tyrone-mathurin/Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TeamBRITTwitter https://twitter.com/teambritracingInstagram https://www.instagram.com/teambritracing/ Key Quotes:'My career really started from a negative to a positive, from having a motorcycle accident to getting the chance to race motor cars'.'I decided to jump on a motorcycle, and then that's when life went the opposite way for me'.'My nerves detached from my spinal cord, which caused my right arm to not move'. 'It was a long road to the beginning of my recovery and I was in intensive care for three months'. 'There wasn't a support system there to help you through it, I had to do it myself'.'I met a guy who was in a wheelchair and he gave me the inspiration to not give up- to work hard and you can get through it'. 'I'd never thought I would be actually in the pits at Silverstone doing motor racing'. 'The innovation behind our hand control system puts us on a level playing field. Once we are in a car, the disability goes out of the window'. 'You've got to persevere from what you believe in and over time it will happen'. Read the transcription for this episode on www.accesstoinspiration.org and connect with us:Twitter www.twitter.com/accessinspirat1 Facebook www.facebook.com/accesstoinspiration Instagram www.instagram.com/accesstoinspiration LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/access-to-inspiration/Sign up for our newsletter http://eepurl.com/hguX2b Read our Impact Report https://bit.ly/3hElalv Sound Editor: Matias de Ezcurra (he/him)Producer: Sue Stockdale (she/her)
Psychedelics hold much promise as a treatment for mental health disorders, thanks to what is known about how the brain and the mind experience and react to psychedelics. Sometimes, psychedelics mimic psychiatric disorders, and sometimes they can help us treat psychiatric disorders.
Troisième conférence de la saison 2022-2023 de V Union. À propos de notre invité : acques Bernard Ickx, dit Jacky Ickx, est un pilote automobile de légende connu par son palmarès élogieux dans de nombreuses disciplines de compétition automobile. Monsieur Le Mans est l'un des pilotes automobiles qui aura marqué le 20e siècle de sa griffe tant par son comportement de gentleman. Jacky Ickx est aujourd'hui ambassadeur phare de l'entreprise suisse d'horlogerie de luxe et joaillerie Chopard Sur notre intervenant : Parcours en Formule 1 : Ferrari (1968) - Brabham (1969) - Ferrari (1970-1973) - Lotus (1974-1975) - Wolf–Williams Racing (1976) - Walter Wolf Racing (1976) - Lotus (1976) - Ensign (1977-1978) - Ligier (1979) Bilan : 123 courses, 114 Grand Prix, 13 saisons, 8 victoires (3 hors championnat), 25 podiums, 13 poles positions, 27 367 km parcourus Palmarès : Vice-champion du Monde (1969 et 1970) Parcours aux 24 Heures du Mans : Renault (2009) - Lotus F1 Team (2012-2015) - Haas F1 Team (Lotus F1 Team) Bilan : 14 participations, 6 victoires, 10 podiums Palmarès : 6 Victoires (recordman absolu durant 22 avant avant d'être dépassé par le danois Tom Kristensen) : 1969 (Ford GT40 Mk), 1975 (Gulf GR8 (Mirage)), 1976 (Porsche 936), 1977 (Porsche 936), 1981 (Porsche 936) et 1982 (Porsche 936) Équipier notable : Jackie Oliver, cofondateur et dirigeant de l'écurie Arrows F1 - Derek Bell, pilote F1 (Ferrari, McLaren) et 5x vainqueur aux 24h du Mans - Hurley Haywood, 3x vainqueur aux 24h du Mans et 5x vainqueur aux 24h de Daytona Honneurs : Lauréat du Trophée National du Mérite Sportif (meilleur sportif belge de l'année) (1968) 12x lauréat (dont 8x consécutivement) du du titre honorifique de Champion de Belgique des conducteurs toutes catégories, décerné par le Royal automobile Club de Belgique (RACB) Citoyen d'Honneur du Mans (2000) Entrée dans le "International Motorsport Hall of Fame" (2002) Officier de l'Ordre de Saint Charles (Monaco) (2002) Décoré du "Spirit of le Mans" par l'ACO (2004) Meilleur pilote mondial d'endurance (2004) World Sports Legends Award (2017) Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (2020) En l'honneur de son 75e anniversaire, le constructeur automobile allemand Porsche a réalisé une édition spéciale de son modèle 911 (992) appelée Carrera 4S Belgian Legend Edition. Bibliographie : « Jacky Ickx » (2012) de Pierre Van Vliet « Les Seigneurs de la piste » (2010) de Serge Dubois « Jacky Ickx : Mes souvenirs noirs et blancs » de Denis Asselberghs « Jacky Ickx - Tome 1 - Le Rainmaster » (2016) Jean-Marc Krings (dessinateur), Dugomier (scénariste) « Jacky Ickx, l'enfant terrible » (1996) de Jean Graton (dessinateur) et Pierre Dieudonné (scénariste) -> les « Dossiers Michel Vaillant » Autres victoires (liste loin d'être exhaustive) : Le Championnat d'Europe de Formule 2 (1967) Le Rallye Dakar (ou Paris-Dakar) (1983) Les 24 Heures de Spa (1966) Les 1 000 km de Spa à 5 reprises (1967, 1968, 1974, 1982 et 1983) Les 9 Heures de Kyalami à 4 reprises (1967, 1968, 1970 et 1982) Les 12 Heures de Sebring (1969 et 1972) Les 1 000 km de Monza à 3 reprises (1972, 1973 et 1976) Les 6 Heures de Daytona (1972) Les 1 000 kilomètres de Brands Hatch à 3 reprises (1972, 1977 et 1982) Les 6 Heures de Silverstone (1977 et 1978) Les 1 000 km de Silverstone (1984 et 1985)
Welcome to our motorsports podcast where we discuss F1, Indycar, IMSA, NASCAR, our own racing adventures, and some other adventures!The racing season is winding down! Championships are being crowned and season finales await us. In NASCAR, Joey Logano becomes a two time champion which gives Penske both the NASCAR and Indycar titles in the same year. In the sportscar world, GTP testing continues, some more Hypercar news with the ByKolles Vanwall, the Historic Daytona 24 takes place, and Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Finals take place in Portimao. We also recap the Walter Hayes Formula Ford Trophy race at Silverstone along with previewing this weekend's WEC 8 hours at Bahrain and F1's Brazilian GP.
No 427º episódio do F1Mania Em Ponto, Carlos Garcia e Gabriel Gavinelli trazem, no primeiro bloco, os problemas que a Ferrari enfrentou na temporada. A notícia boa é que o mau desempenho das últimas corridas se dá pelo foco em 2023, enquanto a ruim é que a equipe tem problemas de confiabilidade. No segundo bloco, McLaren sugere que aceitaria Daniel Ricciardo como piloto reserva. Fechando, as tradicionais rapidinhas: Felipe Drugovich completa teste com F1 em Silverstone, Lewis Hamilton vai receber em Brasília o título de cidadão honorário do Brasil, Alpine “sumiu” com Oscar Piastri dos seus boxes e Red Bull está construindo um novo túnel de vento. Edição: Carlos Garcia / Masterização: Gabriel Gavinelli
Back in September, as this year's BTCC was drawing to a close, we decided to take our mobile podcast rig on the road and set ourselves up outside the Pit Stop Cafe at Silverstone on the Saturday after practice. We invited some all-star touring car guests in the form of Dan Rowbottom, Louise Goodman and Paul O'Neill, we had a live audience perched on picnic tables in the garden area in front of us, and a licensed bar to make sure that everyone was kept fully hydrated throughout the performance. Out of the hour or so that we recorded, more than half of it had to be chopped out as it wouldn't have been broadcastable in any territory, but this is what we were left with! Enjoy!
The Sheriff Podcast * Live taping at The Locker Room Studio at Bottomline Sports Bar * Featuring - David Silverstone * EX Belleville Bull and Fan Favorite David Silverstone. David tells about his 2 years playing for Belleville in the OHL, his 5 year pro career and some amazing stories along the way. Thank you David Silverstone for coming and sharing your journey with us. *
Welcome back to Going Purple, the Formula 1 podcast welcome and open to everyone interested in Formula 1. For this episode, I sat down with Nico before we took a hot lap around Silverstone to ask him all about his life as the AMF1 reserve driver, how his training has changed and some of his favourite memories at the track. Hope you enjoy, and let me know what you thought of the episode on my socials: Tik Tok @lissiemackintosh Instagram @lissiemackintosh.
La vibrante y espectacular carrera de Australia nos dejó una victoria mágica de Alex Rins y una portentosa exhibición de Marc Márquez, culminando Pecco Bagnaia su asalto al campeonato. Phillip Island nunca defrauda. Casi tres años tuvieron que pasar para que el Mundial de MotoGP volviera a ese incomparable escenario, en el que las carreras alcanzan una dimensión superior, y la del pasado domingo no fue una excepción. Uri Puigdemont y Germán Garcia Casanova analizan, en nuestro habitual podcast MotoGP, un gran premio en el que vivimos una de aquellas actuaciones memorables de Alex Rins, un corredor capaz de deleitarnos con exhibiciones de pilotaje tan exquisitas como, lamentablemente, escasas, batiendo a un no menos portentoso Marc Márquez, que, tras una larga travesía a consecuencia de su lesión, parece estar recuperando un nivel parecido al de antaño. Pero si la lucha entre Rins y Márquez, sobre todo en la última vuelta, en la que se jugaron la victoria en un mano a mano que nos recordó al de Silverstone de 2019, fue espectacular, no menos importante fue el tercer puesto conseguido por un Pecco Bagnaia que en Australia completó el 'sorpasso' sobre un Fabio Quartararo cada vez más solo y desprotegido. Mientras el italiano aseguraba su asalto al liderato y, prácticamente, al título Mundial, el francés volvía a sufrir al manillar de una Yamaha incapaz de ofrecer respuesta a las Ducati, sufriendo una nueva caída que le deja, ahora, a 14 puntos de Pecco y con solo dos carreras por delante para tratar de reaccionar. Tampoco fue para Aprilia el fin de semana soñado. Aleix Espargaró no tuvo las armas para poder desplegar toda su velocidad y se vio abocado a otra pérdida de puntos en su intento de mantenerse dentro de la lucha por el título. Para el español las opciones se agotan en un tramo final de la temporada en el que Aprilia no ha estado a la altura. La casa italiana ha dado un salto adelante monumental en el último año, pero ha llegado al tramo decisivo con la gasolina muy justa. Con este nuevo escenario mundialista, ya nada ni nadie parece poder impedir que Bagnaia y Ducati asalten el título este próximo fin de semana en Sepang, una pista absolutamente propicia para las motos rojas que llevan desde 2007 persiguiendo el sueño de volver a ser campeonas de MotoGP
Después de una semana de descanso, el mundo del motor vuelve y bien cargado. La Fórmula 1 aterriza en Austin, en el magnífico circuito de las Américas, que gusta mucho, tanto a pilotos como a aficionados. Los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 van a prepararnos, en este primer episodio de la semana, para un fin de semana de motor en un país donde la competición se vive intensamente y donde el espectáculo está asegurado. Qué nos puede ofrecer el COTA. El Circuito de las Américas (COTA), en Austin, podría darnos, como suele ocurrir, una carrera maravillosa, siempre que no se cruce alguna decisión horrible de la FIA por medio. Pero habrá que ver cómo se pueden seguir estos nuevos coches en una pista donde las curvas de alta velocidad cobran mucho más protagonismo. Además, también habrá que ver si Red Bull remata el Mundial de Constructores - y si Checo Pérez se lleva la segunda plaza del Mundial, ahora que está tan cerca de casa y por delante de Leclerc en la tabla. Pero puede ser que en Ferrari espabilen y nos den un poco de lucha y espectáculo de verdad. Pero antes, Silly Season. Como no podía ser de otra forma, en este primer episodio de la semana, y antes de entrar a preparar la carrera en Texas, los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos contarán lo que opinan sobre los fichajes de De Vries, por Alpha Tauri, de Gasly, por Alpine y de Piastri, por McLaren. Y también, por supuesto, de la salida de Ricciardo de la F1. Los datos principales del COTA. Pirelli, proveedor de neumáticos de la F1, ha nominado para esta carrera en Austin los tres compuestos centrales de la gama. Además, nos cuentan que, debido a la irregularidad de la superficie de la pista, podría ser necesario elevar el coche, lo que influiría sobre el rendimiento aerodinámico. El año pasado la carrera se ganó con una estrategia a dos paradas, pero este año contamos con una gama de neumáticos totalmente nueva, además de que los nuevos coches y unas condiciones meteorológicas que han sido extremadamente variables en el pasado. Todo ello podría influir decisivamente en la estrategia final y ganadora y los equipos tendrán que estar preparados para todo. Al igual que en Japón, la segunda sesión de libres ha sido aumentada a 90 minutos, para probar los prototipos de neumáticos slick de 2023. Eso quiere decir que programa de trabajo lo establece, en este caso, Pirelli. Estos compuestos, como decimos, sólo son prototipos, y los equipos podrán probar las versiones definitivas en los tests tras acabar la temporada, en Abu Dhabi. Mario Ísola, responsable de Pirelli, nos cuenta que el COTA es un trazado bastante equilibrado en lo que se refiere a las exigencias a los coches y a los neumáticos en términos de tracción, frenada y cargas laterales. Además, nos cuenta que es una pista fluida que los pilotos adoran. Más curiosidades sobre el Circuito de las Américas. El circuito fue diseñado por Herman Tilke y fue inaugurada en 2012 por Mario Andretti. Las curvas 3 a 6 están inspiradas en las de Maggotts/Becketts de Silverstone o las S de Suzuka. Y las que van de la 12 a la 15, imitan la sección del estadio en Hockenheim. Lo más espectacular es la amplísima curva 1, que ha dado algunos muy buenos adelantamientos en la corta vida de esta pista. Sin embargo, si hablamos de frenos, no es una pista que destaque por su dificultad, siendo calificada por los técnicos de Brembo como una pista con nivel de dificultad medio para los frenos. Igual que su pista hermana, la de Miami. El sistema de frenada es usado en 12 ocasiones durante una vuelta, siendo 4 de esas frenadas clasificadas como muy exigentes para los frenos, 3 como de dificultad media y las 5 restantes como ligeras. En cualquier caso, la más exigente de todas es la curva 1, donde los pilotos sufren una desaceleración de 4,7 Gs. Cuándo podremos ver el Gran Premio de Estados Unidos este fin de semana. Al haber saltado el charco, los horarios de este (y los próximos) Gran Premio difieren bastante de los habituales en Europa. Si hablamos de horario de Madrid, el viernes tendremos los libres 1 entre las 21:00 y las 22:00h y los libres 2 ente las 00:00 y la 1:30h (del sábado). El sábado tendremos los libres 3 entre las 21:00 y las 22:00h y la Clasificación dará comienzo a las 00:00h (del domingo). La carrera se disputará a partir de las 21:00h del domingo. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Welcome to episode 42 of the Lovecars on the Grid podcast! Our hosts, Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from the past week! There's no news from the FIA on the overspending from Redbull. Zak Brown, CEO of McLaren has written a complaint to the FIA regarding it. Cheating is cheating! Elsewhere in F1, we have no news on who are going to fill the Williams and Haas vacant seats, although there are rumours of who will be racing in them next year, we're just waiting on confirmation of super licenses! World Touring Cars will not continue after the end of the 2022 season, having just 12 cars on the grid and 20 minute races. Dan Ticktum has signed for another year in Formula E, having signed an extended contract. The sport has also decided to drop the Fan Boost for the next season. There was a horrific crash in the support race to the European Le Mans Series, in which James Hunt's son, Freddie took the win. The Moto GP race in Australia was potentially the most exciting race of the year so far, as 8 bikes crossed the finish line within 0.884 seconds of each other. Suzuki rider, Alex Rins took the win from 10th on the grid. British Superbikes crowned Bradley Ray as their Championship Winner at Brands Hatch this weekend, despite a difficult race for him. We had a Donington Park decider in British GT, with Ian Loggie taking the Championship win in his Mercedes, having finished 2nd in the race. Bubba Wallace and Kyle Larson had an altercation in NASCAR, following a risky move from Larson in Las Vegas and Bubba using his car as a missile! Then we crown new Champions in Caterham. With the Academy series at Silverstone, while the 270 and 310 championships were at Spa Francorchamps. Next week, Formula 1 returns to the circuit of the Americas, while we have WRC in Spain, Moto GP in Malaysia, World Superbikes in Argentina and NASCAR are in Miami!
What is your intention when communicating?Joel Silverstone is a Senior Professional Skills Facilitator and Coach at The Great Canadian Training & Consulting Company. He has been in the business for over 2 decades and helps leaders in big corporations and conferences communicate effectively with their teams in order to realize exponential success. He shares great insights on some of the 'conversation opportunities' we have missed, effective ways to give feedback and how successful leaders understand that communicating effectively is what leads to their success.Joel also hosts The Great Canadian Leadership Podcast where leaders share their 'failures' and lessons learned from that. Listen as he gives new perspectives on how to use our basic human needs of being seen, heard and validated to deepen our understanding of how others communicate.Connect with Joel:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joelsilverstone/?originalSubdomain=caInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/this.feels.right/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/_thisfeelsrightWebsite: https://www.greatcanadiantraining.ca/the-great-canadian-leadership-podcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqUIRUGDEEZ5PJ3kO4KGQnwRemember to subscribe, give a rating and a review.Feel free to reach out on:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roberta.ndlelaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachandspeaker/Email: email@example.comYouTube:https://youtu.be/pSFacNNzFVc
Welcome to episode 41 of the Lovecars on the grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events! This week, we have a reigning, Formula 1 World Champion in Japan, there's an FIA meltdown, plus W Series, NASCAR, a new BTCC World Champion, Superbikes and more! We start this week to pay tribute to Chrissy Rouse, who sadly succumbed to injuries from an incident at Donington Park last weekend. We also pay tribute to Phil Read. The 83 year old was a 7 time World Moto GP Champion. Our thoughts are with their family and friends. In an announcement in the W Series, it's been announced that the series won't be racing in the USA or Mexico due to lack of funding. Jamie Chadwick is champion again for the 3rd, massive congratulations! We had the most bizarre weekend at Suzuka in Japan with Formula 1. With the wet weather, we had no DRS, yet Max Verstappen was still able to take the Formula 1 World Championship for the 2nd time. There was confusion over the points at the end of the race and how many laps were left to go. During the race, the organisers allowed a recovery crane on the track. How did that happen? Visibility was awful, and we had marshalls and recovery vehicles on track during a live race! Then we come to issue with Red Bull's overspending! Although it hasn't been released how much the F1 team overspent on their development, it was declared by the FIA as a minor overspend, but what was the amount? Will Max Verstappen take the record for the most wins in a Formula 1 season? British Touring Cars also crowned their World Champion this weekend. Following a thrilling season finale at Brands Hatch, Tom Ingram took his first World Championship. World Superbikes still have 3 rounds to go, following a weekend at Portimao. Razgatlioglu claimed two wins on his Ducati, whilst the 3rd race win went to Alvaro Bautista, who edges closer to his Championship victory. NASCAR brought us drama in Charlotte, with 4 drivers being knocked out, including reigning champion, Carl Larson. The race win went to Christopher Bell, putting him into the playoffs and kicking out Larson! Next week, we have some amazing racing to look forward to! Moto GP at Phillip Island, NASCAR in Las Vegas, plus Caterham Racing at both Silverstone and Spa Francorchamps in Belgium!
Andy Blow Bio Andy Blow is a Sports Scientist with a BSc Honours degree in Sports and Exercise Science from the University of Bath. An expert in hydration, he has co-authored a number of scientific studies and books. He was once the Team Sports Scientist for the Benetton and Renault Formula 1 teams and remains an adviser to the Porsche Human Performance Centre at Silverstone. Andy has finished in the top 10 of IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 races, as well as winning an XTERRA Age Group World title. It was his own struggles with cramp that led to him specializing in hydration and founding Precision Fuel & Hydration. Andy Online https://www.precisionfuelandhydration.com/ https://www.instagram.com/precisionfandh/ https://www.facebook.com/precisionfandh/ https://www.twitter.com/precisionfandh/ Andy's Articles https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/should-athletes-avoid-salt/ https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/3-ways-your-hydration-status-changes-as-you-age/ https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/why-athletes-need-sodium/ https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/exercise-associated-muscle-cramps/ https://www.precisionhydration.com/performance-advice/performance/age-aging-performance-decline/ https://www.precisionhydration.com/performance-advice/hydration/should-your-hydration-strategy-change-as-you-get-older/ https://www.precisionhydration.com/performance-advice/hydration/ageing-and-endurance-performance/ https://www.precisionhydration.com/performance-advice/nutrition/how-to-choose-energy-format-gels-chews-bars-drinks/ https://www.precisionhydration.com/performance-advice/nutrition/combining-carbs-and-electrolytes/
#F1 #TheShakedownMax Verstappen vs Lewis Hamilton Silverstone '21: Who Was At Fault? | The Shakedown #15On this episode we discuss if Red Bull and Aston Martin have overspent the Cost Cap limit what should be there punishment?----------------------------------------------------------------------My Socials:
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel discuss the astonishing new Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which Andrew has driven at Silverstone. In this episode he reviews what is clearly the most hardcore GT3 RS yet. But might the car have one fatal flaw...? The best writers, the finest stories and no ads, all on The Intercooler's beautiful website. Visit www.the-intercooler.com. Music by Stephen Harrington (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How do you feel about spending up to £2mil on a property located on the edge of the Silverstone Circuit? Pretty special, right? - There's just one catch, you can't live there.In this week's Driven Chat Podcast, John Marcar and Rachael Downie sit down with the 'big boss', Will Tindall of ESCAPADE, a new concept in property ownership enabling buyers to own a property just meters from the tarmac of the home of British motorsport - The Silverstone Circuit.ESCAPADE is a hotel where private buyers can take ownership of luxurious suites overlooking Britain's most famous circuit. John and Rachael visited what is currently a building site to learn more about the project and the man behind it, Will Tindall.The Driven Chat podcast is brought to you by Paramex Digital. It is available to stream on all the usual podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, Audible and more.To find out more about ESCAPADE - please visit: https://www.escapadeliving.com/ For more information on Driven Chat and to see everything else that we do, visit www.drivenchat.comGet involved;WATCH - Driven Chat on YouTubeFOLLOW - Driven Chat on InstagramDISCUSS - Driven Chat on Facebook Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
You're thinking of getting a coach, but how do you decide who is right for you and your business?Sian and Adelle are joined in the studio by Desiree Silverstone, a Psychotherapist turned Executive Coach and Founder of Head Honchos. In a lively session full of laughs and down to earth truths, we discuss the difference between therapy and coaching; what's the right approach for you; and, how to choose the right person to work with.The show starts with regular features of recommended books, business tips and what our hosts and guests have learned that week as they manage their businesses and lives.To connect with the show visit https://thewomeninbusinessradioshow.com/
In this episode George is joined by Tom Howard, Founder of The Gentleman Racer and the brand new Clubhouse 400 as they discuss the Bremont S300 White, OMEGA “Goldeneye” Seamaster 300M Quartz and Heuer Silverstone as well as Tom's new venture, Clubhouse 400, which launched this week.
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: Six Sprint Races Confirmed: Formula One confirmed today that 2023 would see six sprint races on the calendar adding to the already-scheduled 24 races. The panel talk about the additional sprints and what this could mean. https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.breaking-formula-1-calendar-to-feature-six-sprint-events-from-2023-onwards.6JpUPQeXnDnmYEzvlcySXk.html Alfa Romeo's Driver Announcement: Alfa Romeo confirmed that Zhou Guanyu would drive for them again next season in 2023. The quartet discuss Zhou's signing, his rookie season so far and also the parting ways of Nicholas Latifi and Williams. https://t.co/vSU0XMENNg Is it too late now to say sorry for Silverstone? Stuart Pringle has apologised for the chaos of the Silverstone 2023 sales that introduced dynamic pricing. The panel discuss the statement and what this means for 2023. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/silverstone-apologises-to-fans-we-will-sort-it-out/ Will Piastri follow in Schumacher's footsteps? Laurent Rossi compared Oscar Piastri to Michael Schumacher and said the Piasco drama will always stick with him. The quartet talk about Alpine's continuous comments, the Schumacher comparison and whether McLaren will be underestimated. https://www.planetf1.com/news/oscar-piastri-saga-stick-forever/ Will 2023 be the year for Aston Martin? Aston Martin are expected to take “big steps forward” next year in their goal to become a race-winning team. The panel discuss whether they think the team can achieve this, especially with Alonso signing to them. https://www.formulanerds.com/features/aston-martin-make-big-step-forward-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 business@FormulaNerds.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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
F1 is on break but we're not! It's the big Episode 10 and we are excited to bring you a recap of how we spontaneously decided to go to Monza for the Italian GP and why that didn't work out, the other race we will be attending this year and some updates in the F1 world. You don't need to be an F1 fan to listen to this one but we hope you ALL enjoy this one! Vibes assured.. Don't forget to send your audio submissions for our guests to our email: email@example.com. Thanks!
Welcome to the Quick Stop F1 Podcast! This week, Nyasha is joined by brother and F1 interview and content creator extraordinaire, CameronF1! We go off on a tagent about the Queen's funeral and the feelings of patriotism invoked by it all before switching attention to the Silverstone ticketing fiasco and Red Bull's dominance this season. We then play a game of "Yes or No" on three statements which create, we think, some very tasty F1 discourse about Toto Wolff, whether Max will beat Lewis' win total and whether Norris will ever win a championship.Shop for Quick Stop merch at - www.quickstopf1.comWe are a small independent podcast and we really rely on every review on Apple podcasts and share, so please share us as far and wide as you can and remember to leave a review! You can also review on Spotify too, so make sure to drop us a five-star review.Make sure to follow us on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/QuickStopF1Instagram - https://instagram.com/QuickStopF1 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
¡Bombazo! Fernando Alonso abandona el “plan” de Alpine para irse a Aston Martin, el penúltimo equipo en la clasificación del campeonato…¿Se va por dinero? ¿De verdad cree en el proyecto? ¿Quién se equivoca, Alonso, Aston Martin… o Alpine? Siempre digo que las historias hay que comenzarlas por el principio… ¡pues no! ¡esta vez la voy a comenzar por el final! No creo que Alonso se vaya a Aston Martin por dinero… bueno voy a matizar: No creo que Alonso se vaya a Aston Martin SOLO por dinero, pero… ¿y si fuese así, cuál es el problema? Alonso en el podio. Fernando Alonso, en este 2022, es el tercer piloto mejor pagado de la parrilla. Pero en Aston Martín Fernando cobrará más que en Alpine, donde cobraba 17,5 millones, y más que Vettel en el mismo equipo, que se llevaba unos 17 “kilos”. Su salario en su nuevo equipo a partir de 2023 rondará los 20 millones. Con ello estará en el podio de los pilotos mejor pagados con vistas a la temporada 2023 de la F1. Un honor que compartirá con otros dos campeones: Max Verstappen (Red Bull) y Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes). Precisamente, estos tres pilotos son los únicos de la parrilla que saben cómo se gana el título mundial. Se han quedado “solos” tras las “deserciones” de Kimi Raikkonen y Vettel. Hablemos de Alpine. Cuando no es un fallo de estrategia, es un error en boxes, una avería, un problema genérico de fiabilidad, los neumáticos o la siempre socorrida mala suerte. De los Grandes Premios que se han disputado hasta el momento en la temporada 2022 de Fórmula 1, en casi ninguno ha habido un fin de semana tranquilo para Alonso con especial problemática los domingos. Pero, ¿cuál es el mayor problema? Pues el mayor problema tiene nombre A522. Un monoplaza relativamente innovador e inicialmente competitivo, pero que está muy por detrás del Red Bull RB18 o el Ferrari F1-75. Además, en un año en el que McLaren es accesible y en el que Mercedes empezó como empezó… Alpine está en la misma 5ª posición que tenían en 2021. Insuficiente. Aston Martin: “Queremos preguntas incomodas”. Vamos con Aston Martin, para mí el que acierta porque Alonso es muy bueno evolucionando un coche y entendiéndose con los ingenieros. De hecho, la celebración del fichaje de Alonso por parte de la gente “de base” de Aston Martin ha sido sonada, pero sonada, muy sonada, los vítores y aplausos duraron más de 15 minutos. ¿Y qué busca Aston Martin en Alonso? Me gusta lo que dijo Mike Krack, jefe del equipo británico en relación a este asunto: “Buscamos preguntas incómodas” que ayuden a evolucionar el coche. La verdad es que entre estar en un equipo regular ganando 17 millones o en uno malo ganado 20 millones… ¿qué preferirías? Pero, aclaremos lo de malo: Mientras Alpine a veces deja entrever que podría dejar la F1, Aston Martin está construyendo una fábrica en Silverstone con nuevo túnel de viento, ha reforzado su alianza con Mercedes y ha fichado a ingenieros como Dan Fallows, ex jefe de aerodinámica de Red Bull y Eric Blandin, mismo cargo en Mercedes. Y quizás lo más importante, cuentan con un patrocinador al más alto nivel como Aramco, la petrolera saudí es la empresa más valiosa del mundo. Fernando Alonso, ¿cree en el proyecto? Y llegamos al tercero de este “Culebrón”: Fernando Alonso. Y con él acabamos rápido. En mi modesta opinión, hasta hoy, ha sido una especie de Carlos Reutemann, creo que le ha faltado acierto y paciencia para volver a estar en un equipo ganador. Sus equipos han sido: McLaren, Ferrari, McLaren de nuevo... y Alpine elecciones quizás discutibles desde que el bicampeón español de Fórmula 1 terminase su brillante etapa con Renault a principios de los 2000. Pero hay una cosa clara: Si Fernando Alonso es el tercero que más cobra en la parrilla de la F1 está claro que está considerado en el peor de los casos el tercer mejor piloto de la parrilla, ¿o no? Fernando ha fichado por dos años, que pueden ser tres si él quiere y si el coche se muestra competitivo. El propio Alonso ha recalcado que tiene la intención de “volver a ganar en este deporte”… veamos si esta vez su apuesta es la acertada… ojalá. Coche el día. Pues hablando de Renault y de Williams, ¡el Renault Clio Williams! El Williams era un Clio 16 válvulas mejor en todo, es chasis, en estética y sobre todo, en motor. Era un verdadero cochazo que iba de lujo… un mata gigantes.
We break down the EPIC British GP -- best & worst drivers, highlights and fashionable moments!Next, we revisit the crash and the tech behind the halo that saved Zhou's life. Finally, we look back at the chaos at Red Bull around multiple dramatic / racist comments. For more content or to dish tea, reach out on:twitter: @modepushf1 instagram: @modepushf1 web: www.mode-push-f1.come-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It won Le Mans seven times, six of those consecutively. It finished Le Mans 1-2-3 the second time it was on track. It raced at the top level for 15 years with more chassis built than any other racecar. It made careers and F1 drivers queued up to compete in one. This is the Porsche 956/962. Today on the Autosport podcast we tell the story of why it's the greatest sportscar ever raced. We're joined by Serge Vanbockryck, the world's foremost expert on the car. Serge launched his second book last weekend at Silverstone. It's a three-volume, 1400-page magnum opus called the Ultimate Works Porsche 962, published by Porter Press. Later in the podcast we're joined by team owner and driver John Fitzpatrick who was on hand at Silverstone to tell us about his memories of racing the Porsche. Alongside Serge and John are Autosport's sportscar authority Gary Watkins, and your host Martyn Lee. Find out more about Serge's books here: https://porterpress.co.uk/collections/serge-vanbockryck
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel debate which venues would feature on their dream Formula 1 calendar. Would they go to Monza? Which North American tracks would they choose? They also discuss Audi's announcement that it will enter F1 in 2026. The best writers, the finest stories and no ads, all on The Intercooler's beautiful website. Visit www.the-intercooler.com.
Welcome to Episode 52 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast! I am really excited about my guest today - sports scientist Andy Blow. In his younger days, Andy was an elite-level triathlete, finishing in the top-10 of Ironman and 70.3 races, as well as winning an Xterra World title. He also previously worked as the Team Sports Scientist for the Benetton and Renault Formula 1 teams, and remains an adviser to the Porsche Human Performance Center at Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix.Andy's struggles with sports nutrition in his own race experiences ultimately led him to set up his company, Precision Fuel and Hydration, which specializes in helping athletes discover their unique hydration needs and create individualized fueling and hydration strategies for training and competitions. I absolutely loved the discussion that we had today. It's a long one, because I got Andy to indulge my endless curiosity about the world of Formula 1, so if you're at all interested in that, you're in for a treat. He also is an expert in hydration, and we spent a lot of time delving into this huge, important topic. Andy has been on many other shows going through these concepts in detail, but hydration is such a key topic that so many athletes find confusing that I thought it would be worth sharing once again on my platform as well.In full disclosure, I received free sports nutrition samples from Andy's team in advance of this recording, and I will be receiving a free sweat sodium test (as part of my client work, I always like to test out products/services), but I have not received any payment from his company. I hope you get some good takeaways from our chat, and if you are hungry for more on this topic, I strongly encourage you to check out Precision Fuel & Hydration's website and especially their knowledge hub, which is packed with great info.Without further ado, please enjoy my conversation with Andy Blow about all things hydration as well as Formula 1 sports nutrition. Links & Resources:Follow Precision Fuel and Hydration on Instagram and FacebookWhy sodium is crucial to athletes performing at their bestHow to START hydrated and why that's so important.How to tell if you're a salty sweaterDifferent types of sports drink and when to use themThe different types of Sweat Test and why you should have oneFuel & Hydration PlannerOther Announcements:Please show your support by leaving a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts Music Credit: Joseph McDadeHave nutrition questions, a guest or topic request, or any other feedback? Email me - email@example.com.Support the show
Welcome to News from the Nerds - your midweek news show brought to you by the FormulaNerds. On this week's show Abby, James M, Sam and Catherine discuss: It's Race Week Again: Formula 1 returns for the second half of the season kicking off in Spa, with F2 and F3 supporting. New floor regulations come into play as well as Liam Lawson driving in FP1 for AlphaTauri. The panel discuss the iconic Belgium Grand Prix that could be the last. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/spa-what-is-going-to-happen/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/liam-lawson-is-set-to-have-f1-debut-in-spa/ Giovinazzi and Raikkonen Return: Antonio Giovinazzi is returning to F1 for two FP1 sessions with Haas, as speculation around the second Haas seat grows. Kimi had his first race in NASCAR at the weekend that was bittersweet. The quartet discuss the former Alfa Romeo driver's latest news. https://www.formulanerds.com/features/antonio-giovinazzi-returning-f1-haas/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/raikkonen-crashes-in-nascar-debut/ Audi and Sauber: Audi have been tipped to buy out Sauber and an announcement could be looming. The panel share their thoughts on Audi joining F1. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/are-audi-close-to-announcing-their-entry-into-formula-1/ Red Bull are Dieting: The weight restrictions are coming into play as Red Bull are looking to shed some kilos from their RB22 to meet the regulations. The panel discuss what this could mean for their performance. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/red-bull-puts-the-rb18-on-a-diet/ Statement of Intent for Aston Martin: Mike Krack has said signing Alonso is a statement of intent for the team and will help them achieve becoming a “winning team”. The quartet dissect this and whether they think Aston Martin and Alonso have this potential. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/krack-signing-alonso-statement-of-intent/ British GP Protestors: The protestors from Silverstone that invaded the track where in court recently. The panel give a brief update on that situation. https://twitter.com/formula_nerds/status/1560597483142668288?s=21&t=UCGj4Jeqt96wYo-a_nBgCA Formula E Silly Season in Full Swing: Nissan revealed their driver line up for next season and McLaren also revealed their first driver as well. The quartet discuss the drivers, and what who the second McLaren driver could potentially be, with some news surrounding F2 driver changes for Spa. https://www.formulanerds.com/news/breaking-nissan-e-dams-announce-season-nine-line-up/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/mclaren-confirm-driver-formula-e-rene-rast/ https://www.formulanerds.com/news/f2-campos-face-driver-changes-for-spa/ 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
This week the guys talk about our top, most surprising and most disappointing moments of the 2022 season so far. Stick with us during the Summer Break as we take a look back at the season so far and look ahead to the future. Comments or questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.
This week the guys talk about the seat mixups that are on the horizon for the 2023 season. Stick with us during the Summer Break as we take a look back at the season so far and look ahead to the future. Comments or questions? Email us at email@example.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @tracklimitspod.Lando Norris was mentioned in this episode. Please save mean comments for the Stewards.
The racing action resumes after the long summer break. All three classes provided great action at Silverstone, but Moto3 was a cut above the rest. Jim and Rich cover the news and all the action. Jim suggests a new displacement for Moto3 engines. Then the two discuss if a long lap penalty is truly a penalty if you can practice taking the lap before the race on Sunday. Jim rants about the strange new aero bits on the Ducati. Lastly Rich waxes poetic about the great run of form that Maverick is on right now. Grab a beer and enjoy!
Andrea Dovizioso is making an exit from RNF - we talk about his hasty Yamaha departure, give an update on Marc Marquez, review your comments on MotoGP at Silverstone - and more!The Rundown- Andrea Dovizioso is retiring after Misano- Portugal will officially be starting off the 2023 MotoGP season- Aleix Espargaro did get hurt in that Silverstone wreck- Marc Marquez update - things are looking promising- Comments!: Silverstone, Ducati dodging controversy, the Stegosaurus Tail - and more- Pics and Video!Get the latest episodes at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @motoweek and Instagram @motoweekusa, and like the show and leave your comments on Facebook at facebook.com/motoweek.net or on the Reddit Sub at r/motoweekAnd you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
Adam, David, and Neil sit down after MotoGP's stop at Silverstone, for the British GP, with a lengthy conversation about the return of Maverick Viñales, how tire choices affected the race's result, and why the Japanese brands are lagging behind. Many thanks to FLY Racing and Renthal for sponsoring this episode, and helping the podcast produce content each week. Support us on Patreon: aspha.lt/2FFYC46 Follow us on Twitter: aspha.lt/3iMTIAQ Follow us on Facebook: aspha.lt/32AUvPG
This week on For The Love Of MotoGP...The summer break is over and Tim and Steve review the latest race at Silverstone, UK. The pair also chat about the top 5 finishers in Moto2 and Moto3, and discuss the news that came out over the weekend. EnjoyMotoGP Fantasy League - https://bit.ly/3tiajDqMotoGP flags – https://bit.ly/3BHkLYOJoin us in the For The Love Of MotoGP Facebook Community - https://bit.ly/34tqCVwYou can also find us on Instagram and Twitter @fortheloveofmotogp or you can reach us by email on firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks for listening!
Greg's Garage Pod with Co-Host Jason Pridmore P/B Bike911.com - A motorcycle racing Pod about MotoGP, MotoAmerica, and World Superbike, Pro Motocross, American Flat Track, Supercross, and more. If you'd like to support the channel here is our Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/gregsgaragetv In this episode, Co-Hosts Greg White and Jason Pridmore talk: ARAI News - Suzuka 8 Hour results are in and a WorldSBK regular stands on top of the box. What do you mean Aleix raced with a broken foot, of course, he did! The MotoGP test calendar is out, but do the teams have to shuffle off to Sepang? MotoGP - All three classes in MotoGP had wicked racing. The boys talk about what they see from a fast and long Silverstone. Next Week - MotoAmerica PittRace preview, and some other stuff. Bye, Bye Social Media Links: Jason's Instagram - @pridmore43 Greg's Instagram - @gregwhitetv Jason's Twitter - @jp43 Greg's Twitter - @gregwhite Greg's Youtube - GregsGarageTV
The Silverstone MotoGP race provided one of the closest finishes ever - with the top nine split by only four seconds. But was the race actually any good, and why were so few people there to witness it? Host Toby Moody is joined by Simon Patterson, Valentin Khorounzhiy and special guest Josh Suttill to discuss the merits of the 20-lap contest and the low fan attendance figures. They also talk about the state of the title race after Silverstone, and whether winner Francesco Bagnaia can be seen as back in the hunt - with Aleix Espargaro hurting himself and Fabio Quartararo having an uncharacteristically muted weekend. Honda's continued MotoGP travails against the backdrop of its Suzuka 8 Hours success are another topic of conversation, as is Johann Zarco's latest pole-to-heartbreak outing.
MotoGP returns to the track in a big way at Silverstone - with thrillers in all three classes! I recap all of the BritishGP action from Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP, and give you my take on the race. What did you think of Silverstone?Timestamps:Moto3 - 2:26Moto2 - 14:06MotoGP - 23:00The Rundown:- Moto3: Veterans battle for the win, while a few contenders run into unexpected trouble- Moto2: Best Moto2 race of the season?- MotoGP: Action, lead changes, and a few surprises in the end- A few riders that didn't perform as expected- The MotoGP Championship picture- My take on the BritishGPWhat did you think of Silverstone? Let me know on Facebook.com/motoweek.net or on the Reddit Sub at r/motoweekFind all of the latest episodes at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @Motoweek and Instagram @motoweekusa – and you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
Jim & Rich are back together again before MotoGP restarts at Silverstone following the summer break. As the show is celebrating hitting its 700th episode, we are delighted to have contributions from recent guests and the past hosts of the show, before heading into a long and detailed conversation with Simon Crafar, who returns to MotoPod for the first time since 2018. Hitting 700 shows is an awesome achievement so kudos to all of the hosts that have built the show since Bob kicked things off in 2005. As ever, a huge thanks to our listeners and supporters. The show is for you and here's to hitting future landmarks. Zoom Zoom…….
Are you ready to go racing? MotoGP is back in action this weekend in Silverstone, as Aleix Espargaro and Pecco Bagnaia begin their quest to track down Fabio Quartararo in the Championship. I preview the BritishGP - and make picks for the race!The Rundown- Silverstone! Our full preview of The BritishGP- The Track - the iconic Silverstone Circuit- The Contenders - who will be competing for the podium?- My Watch List - riders thatr could surprise Sunday- My Picks for the race!Who do you think will win the BritishGP? Leave your comments on Facebook at facebook.com/motoweek.net or on the Reddit Sub at r/motoweekGet the latest episodes at Motoweek.net, follow on Twitter @motoweek and Instagram @motoweekusa, and like the show andAnd you can support the show on Patreon at patreon.com/motoweekThanks for listening!
#491 Baker Mayfield Trade Breakdown, New Segment, Ask Zac & Silverstone . Instagram: zacshomler . PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/zacshomler . PayPal: paypal.me/zacshomler . YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN0jY4_se9VmRJLFne3OrBA . Copyright (C) 2021 Zac Shomler .
WHAT A RACE! Silverstone gave us everything, wheel-to-wheel battles, a new winner, title drama, controversy and a scary start crash where thankfully no one was hurt. We cover it all in our latest race review podcast. Elgato is the official sponsor of this podcast and are our official streaming partner, to find out more about Elgato visit their website here: https://e.lga.to/WTF1 Manscaped: https://www.manscaped.com/ [Use the code WTF1] JOIN Team WTF1 to watch the podcast live on Monday http://www.wtf1.com/teamwtf1
A jam-packed weekend of racing offers topics including another first-time NASCAR winner, whether this is the best NASCAR season ever, a thrilling Formula One race at Silverstone and what the heck is up with Ferrari's strategy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Silverstone 2008 was only Lewis Hamilton's second British Grand Prix but it still remains one of his greatest ever drives. We look back on his wet weather masterclass and how it put his 2008 title challenge back on track.