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WTF1 Podcast
Reaction to Mexico GP Qualifying

WTF1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 19:25


Verstappen was P1, Latifi P20 but it was a far from straightforward qualifying in Mexico with a great showing from Mercedes and a stand-out drive from Valtteri Bottas.

The Ringer F1 Show
Alfa Romeo F1 Driver Valtteri Bottas on His Current Success, Future Endeavors, and Racing in the U.S.

The Ringer F1 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 17:16


With the United States Grand Prix in Austin coming up this weekend, Kevin is joined by Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas to discuss what he likes about racing in America, the F1 schedule changes, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Valtteri Bottas Producer: Richie Bozek Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Slow News Day with Kevin Clark
Alfa Romeo F1 Driver Valtteri Bottas. Plus, Slow News NFL and College Picks.

Slow News Day with Kevin Clark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 57:29


With the United States Grand Prix in Austin coming up this weekend, Kevin is joined by Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas to discuss what he likes about racing in America, the F1 schedule changes, and more (2:50). Then, Rodger Sherman joins to help with picks for the weekend's lineup of NFL and college football games (16:33). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Valtteri Bottas and Rodger Sherman Producer: Richie Bozek Additional Production: Ronak Nair, Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 78:01


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

The F1 Girls
Japanese GP Review 2022 - Verstappen Is The WDC And We're All Confused

The F1 Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 55:57


This season blessed us with another eventful race with a lot to unpack. The obvious being Verstappen winning the World Drivers Championship and you could tell how disappointed Leclerc and Perez were at the end of this race. This week Rhianna and Jess chat all about the weather, DNFs and amazing battles that we saw in the short 40min race. They also highlight what people will be fighting for over the last few races of the season.

F1 Spoiler Alert
#158 GP van Japan: Halve punten, hele punten, dubbel wereldkampioen

F1 Spoiler Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 65:29


De terugkeer op Suzuka bracht alles wat F1-liefhebbers hadden mogen verwachten: bloedsnelle rondjes, vrolijke fans én een beslissing in het wereldkampioenschap. Een kletsnatte zondag die nog warriger eindige dan hij begon, deed daar niets aan af. Voor de Europese fans was het even de slaap uit te de ogen wrijven, met een ochtendstart om 07.00 uur. Maar eenmaal goed wakker, een ontbijt en drie koffie/thee verder was daar de bevestiging: Max Verstappen is wereldkampioen. Wederom een titel waar nog lang over nagepraat zal worden. Maar als je in pak'em beet 20 rondjes het hele veld zo'n 26 seconden achter je laat, is er weinig reden tot twijfels, toch? Luister nu de #JapaneseGP review van F1SA! Geen uitzending missen? Abonneer je dan via je favoriete podcast app! Reageren? Dat kan het snelst via Twitter naar @F1SpoilerAlert (https://twitter.com/F1SpoilerAlert), @marjolijn (https://twitter.com/marjolijn) of @johanvoets (https://twitter.com/johanvoets) Wil je vorige afleveringen van F1 Spoiler Alert terugluisteren of je abonneren op onze show? Check dan https://www.f1spoileralert.nl Direct abonneren op onze feed? Kan ook natuurlijk: https://www.f1spoileralert.nl/rss Meer podcasts van Numrush luisteren? Bekijk het overzicht op http://numrush.nl/podcasts/

The Sean and Shook Podcast
EP 67 - Canada has a team?

The Sean and Shook Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 66:24


The gang's back together! Sean, Katie and Nick recap Week 4 and what they learned from the NFL action, dive into Kenny Pickett's Steelers debut, examine the state of the Buccaneers, and look ahead to Week 5. Then they shift to F1, where Max Verstappen did not lock up the driver's championship, but can do so this weekend in Japan. The trio also discusses George Russell's displeasure, Valtteri Bottas' newfound freedom, and the reaction to Verstappen's conduct when frustrated. Hate It or Love It includes Katie's discovery of bag fries, Sean's dislike for waiting, and Nick's iPhone troubles. Sean also does a great Yinzer impression.

F1 en Español
EP.135 | F1 NLC #59 | #SingaporeGP

F1 en Español

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 31:34


Os traemos todo el resumen del décimo séptimo GP en este 2022, el GP de Singapur que retorna en la F1 luego de su última edición en 2019 con la victoria de Valtteri Bottas. El día de hoy literalmente ha sido F1 en el Café gracias a nuestros amigos de @thefixmadrid . Acompañar a @leoleeone @rigelgarce y @jaime.borja en este nuevo programa en Benzinaio. Grazie Mille

Donut Racing Show
Singapore GP '22: Deflammatory!!!!!!!!

Donut Racing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 66:17


Alanis, Elizabeth, and Nolan talk Sprint races, GOATifi, Charles Leclerc's ice baths, and of course, Valtteri Bottas's love for showing off his bod. Then they recap the rainy and DNF-heavy Singapore Grand Prix, where Max Verstappen DIDN'T win the championship and everybody got a little sassy on the radio. Order Alanis' and Elizabeth's new book, Racing with Rich Energy, here: https://www.richenergybook.com/ Get a 60-day free trial at https://www.shipstation.com/DRS. Go to https://RexMD.com/DRS today to get started with a starter pack prescription of generic Viagra or Cialis. All orders come with FREE 2-day shipping. Rex MD- the authority in men's telehealth.  Follow DRS on Twitter @donutracingshow Follow Nolan on IG & Twitter @nolanjsykes Follow Alanis on IG & Twitter @alanisnking Follow Elizabeth on IG @elizablackstock and on Twitter @Eliz_blackstock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The F1 Girls
Singapore GP 2022 Review - Perez's Best Win Yet?

The F1 Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 59:13


We are finally back racing in Singapore after 2 long years and everything is just as we remember. This track will always guarantee a safety car and it did exactly that with a staggering 6 DNF's. This race didn't go well for most people so Amy, Rhianna & Jess chat all about what went very right and what went very wrong for some teams and drivers. The race win for Perez has now also been confirmed, is this his best win yet? Listen to find out our thoughts! 

F1 Spoiler Alert
#157 GP van Singapore: Streetfighter Perez blinkt uit op natte straten van Marina Bay

F1 Spoiler Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 52:11


Het Marina Bay Street Circuit is al één van de grootste uitdagingen voor coureurs, laat staan als de hemel dan ook nog eens openscheurt met regen. Op de langzaam drogende straten van Singapore wist Sergio Perez een uitzonderlijke prestatie neer te zetten, pakte McLaren slim een maximale score en was het voor sommige coureurs een weekend om snel te vergeten. Luister nu de #SingaporeGP review van F1SA! Geen uitzending missen? Abonneer je dan via je favoriete podcast app! Reageren? Dat kan het snelst via Twitter naar @F1SpoilerAlert (https://twitter.com/F1SpoilerAlert), @marjolijn (https://twitter.com/marjolijn) of @johanvoets (https://twitter.com/johanvoets) Wil je vorige afleveringen van F1 Spoiler Alert terugluisteren of je abonneren op onze show? Check dan https://www.f1spoileralert.nl Direct abonneren op onze feed? Kan ook natuurlijk: https://www.f1spoileralert.nl/rss Meer podcasts van Numrush luisteren? Bekijk het overzicht op http://numrush.nl/podcasts/

The F1 Girls
In Conversation with... Samantha Leeks

The F1 Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 40:31


We are very excited to welcome Samantha Leeks as our special guest for this episode. Samantha is currently a Composite Technician for Penske Motorsport and worked a long stint in F1 in teams such as Red Bull Racing and Alfa Romeo. In this episode Samantha shares her motorsport journey with us along with insights and advice on breaking into the industry. She also shares what it was like to work with drivers such as Vettel, Ricciardo and more! You can keep up with her journey on Instagram too! @s_duh

The Race F1 Podcast
Zhou's new Alfa deal and how team's 2022 decline has hidden his progress

The Race F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:53


Mark Hughes joins Edd Straw to discuss Zhou Guanyu's new deal with Alfa Romeo for 2023. The duo analyse the Chinese driver's rookie season so far, and explain why he's deserving of keeping his seat alongside Valtteri Bottas for another year. They also dig into Alfa Romeo's performance slide since the start of the season, how the team might address it, and what their future looks like with Audi on the horizon. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Follow The Race on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Check out our latest videos on YouTube Download our brand-new app on iOS or Android Click here to join The Race Members' Club and have the opportunity to ask a question on the show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mode Push: The F1 Podcast
BONUS episode: the man behind the memes, Valtteri Bottas

Mode Push: The F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 31:26


In this BONUS episode, we talk all things Valtteri Bottas! Bottas remains the most under the radar fan fave, both for his racing on track and his range off track. We look back at baby Bottas and how he got his start. Then, we delve into the world of Finland - why are there so many flying Finns in F1? Next, we look back at his early years, his epic time at Mercedes and current start at Alfa. Finally, we look at the man behind the driver -- Bottas has a rich (social media documented) life beyond the grid. He's biking up a storm with his rockstar girlfriend, raising $ via the Bott-Ass, making latte art & making investments like a pro. All that and more on this Bottas bonus episode!For more content or to dish tea, reach out on:twitter: @modepushf1 instagram: @modepushf1 web: www.mode-push-f1.come-mail: modepushf1@gmail.com

F1 Spoiler Alert
#156 F1 2023 Calendar Crazyness & De Grote Silly Season Samenvatting

F1 Spoiler Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:52


Geen raceweekend, toch de microfoons uit het vet want genoeg te vertellen. Wat te denken van die nieuwe racekalender voor 2023 met maar liefst 24 F1-races? Of die verlenging van Yuki terwijl Alpine 'Wie Van De Drie (oh nee toch nie)' speelt op de Hungaroring? Marjolijn en Johan doken de studio in voor een fonkelverse #F1SA Update met alles over de kalender, Silly Season én een goeie boekentip! Luister nu! Geen uitzending missen? Abonneer je dan via je favoriete podcast app! Reageren? Dat kan het snelst via Twitter naar @F1SpoilerAlert (https://twitter.com/F1SpoilerAlert), @marjolijn (https://twitter.com/marjolijn) of @johanvoets (https://twitter.com/johanvoets) Wil je vorige afleveringen van F1 Spoiler Alert terugluisteren of je abonneren op onze show? Check dan https://www.f1spoileralert.nl Direct abonneren op onze feed? Kan ook natuurlijk: https://www.f1spoileralert.nl/rss Meer podcasts van Numrush luisteren? Bekijk het overzicht op http://numrush.nl/podcasts/

Pitstop
Valtteri Bottas & Guanyu Zhou ON PITSTOP PODCAST !!

Pitstop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 30:27


Welcome back to the Pitstop Podcast!! This is hands down our most epic episode to date. We don't know how we've managed this one, but we are joined by none other than both Alfa Romeo drivers.. VALTTERI BOTTAS & GUANYU ZHOU! Our flight to Switzerland was canceled after a 5 hour wait in the airport, and we took the executive decision to drive 12 hours to Switzerland, straight to Alfa Romeo HQ, and still do it! Thanks to the guys for sitting down with us and chatting, we'll remember this one forever! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Medyascope.tv Podcast
Formulascope #3: Sezonun son kısmına girerken takım ve pilot değerlendirmesi - Alpine ile McLaren kapışması

Medyascope.tv Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 39:40


Medyascope Spor'un yeni podcasti “Formulascope” üçüncü bölümü ile karşınızda! Doğa Üründül, Muhammed Kaya ve Mete Ünal Formulascope'un üçüncü bölümünde, Mercedes'in Ferrari'yi yakalama ihtimalini, Alpine ile McLaren arasındaki kapışmayı, Fernando Alonso'nun Aston Martin'deki geleceğini, Alfa Romeo ve Valtteri Bottas'ın iyi başladığı sezonun hüsrana dönüşümünü konuştu.

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
2023 F1 driver lineups (according to Tiff Needell!) A tribute to the Queen. NASCAR, WSB and MORE!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 48:10


Welcome to Lovecars On The Grid, your global motorsport Podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us the latest roundup of motorsport events from around the World! In this episode, we firstly pay our tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the magnificent state funeral held today in England. With no Formula 1, there wasn't a lot of racing to look back at with just MotoGP from Aragon and NASCAR at Bristol – plus Tiff was at the Goodwood Revival in a Cobra and E-Type, while meanwhile Paul was going both ways at Knockhill in Scotland in the 2022 Caterham Championship. There is controversy following the news of Colton Herta not being granted a Superlicence by the FIA which has opened up the driver debate, so we thought we'd look through the whole field to see who's hot and who isn't plus who is in the waiting room ready to grab any vacant seats? Who would be your F1 drivers for 2023? Should Sergio Perez stay at Red Bull, Valtteri Bottas at Alfa Romeo, Pierre Gasly at AlphaTauri, Mik Schumacher at Haas? Who would get seats in your book? There was huge drama in the MotoGP world as Marc Marquez makes his return – and makes a major impact at the same time! We also look at Moto2 and a bizarre pitlane incident during Moto3. NASCAR heads to Bristol Tennessee, and sees its 19th different winner this year – with the playoff field cut from 16 to 12. Next weekend – MotoGP from Japan, WSB in Barcelona, Xtreme Buggies bounce round a Copper Mine in Chile and NASCAR heads to Texas while back home you can choose between Silverstone for the penultimate round of BTCC or BSB at Oulton Park

GPFans News
Bottas reveals Hamilton battle with Mercedes | GPFans News

GPFans News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:03


Valtteri Bottas has revealed a 'computer-says-no' response from Mercedes when he and Lewis Hamilton often suggested set-up ideas during their time with the team while McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl has reminded his F1 rivals they all voted in favour of the current safety car regulations so should support the FIA's application of the rules. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gpfansglobal/message

Cycology
Ep 18: Organizers of SBT GRVL Take Their Event Format to Finland aka FNLD GRVL

Cycology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 62:01


A sport's popularity depends on the people and community to push it to new levels. Today we are joined by two such people, Amy Charity and Chris Lyman, Founders and Partners of FNLD GRVL, to talk everything about the gravel movement. Amy has been a guest previously on the show, where we discussed her career as a professional cyclist. Both Amy and Chris are respected figures in cycling and share a passion for expanding the impact of the sport and making it inclusive. In our conversation, we learn how Amy and Chris first met, the road to forming their professional relationship, and the moments leading up to the first official event. We also discuss an aspect essential to both of them, inclusivity, and why they think this is vital to keep growing the gravel movement. They also share advice and best strategies for people interested in joining future events and unpack the controversy surrounding the pro men's race event. Hear how the idea for FNLD GRVL first came about, how the partnership with Valtteri Bottas was formed, and what it is like working with a Formula One superstar. Don't miss out as we take a deep dive into the gravel revolution with Amy Charity and Chris Lyman!

F1 Spoiler Alert
#155 GP van Italië: Max op recordjacht, wie geeft Nyck een F1-stoeltje?

F1 Spoiler Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 58:38


Op één van de oudste circuits op de kalender - het kloppende hart van de Ferrari-fans - was de druk voor de Scuderia dit weekend bijzonder hoog. Om nog maar te zwijgen van de oppermachtige Red Bull van Max Verstappen, die zich niet liet opjutten en de juiste keuzes voor de winst wist te maken. En dan was daar nog de verrassende Nederlandse debutant: Nyck de Vries! Een ander kleurtje op de auto en zelfs een klein verkleedpartijtje. Kennelijk had Ferrari niet echt opgelet hoe goed Mercedes dat de laatste jaren afging óf ze waren gewoon geheel overtuigd van hun eigen kracht. Een prachtige pole position van Charles Leclerc kan de illusie nog in stand hebben gehouden, maar wie vanaf de vrijdagmiddag goed had opgelet wist: Red Bull gedroeg zich als een jagende leeuw. Luister nu de nieuwste #F1SA waarin Marjolijn en Johan de #ItalianGP bespreken: Geen uitzending missen? Abonneer je dan via je favoriete podcast app! Reageren? Dat kan het snelst via Twitter naar @F1SpoilerAlert (https://twitter.com/F1SpoilerAlert), @marjolijn (https://twitter.com/marjolijn) of @johanvoets (https://twitter.com/johanvoets) Wil je vorige afleveringen van F1 Spoiler Alert terugluisteren of je abonneren op onze show? Check dan https://www.f1spoileralert.nl Direct abonneren op onze feed? Kan ook natuurlijk: https://www.f1spoileralert.nl/rss Meer podcasts van Numrush luisteren? Bekijk het overzicht op http://numrush.nl/podcasts/

The Tidal League Podcast
F1 : 5 in a Row for Max Verstappen

The Tidal League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 13:16


Max is in his own class and he has now won 5 Grand Prix in a row. Red Bull seems to be in it's own class since the summer break, while Ferrari might be more in Mercedes class. Lewis Hamilton had a solid drive, and the same can be said for George Russell. Nyck De Vries continues to impress... Did he earn himself a seat next year with this performance? Last but not LEAST... What's going on with Valtteri Bottas?

F1: Lift & Coast
5 in a Row for Max Verstappen

F1: Lift & Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 13:16


Max is in his own class and he has now won 5 Grand Prix in a row. Red Bull seems to be in it's own class since the summer break, while Ferrari might be more in Mercedes class. Lewis Hamilton had a solid drive, and the same can be said for George Russell. Nyck De Vries continues to impress... Did he earn himself a seat next year with this performance? Last but not LEAST... What's going on with Valtteri Bottas?

Motorsport101
Episode #392: 2022 Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 60:56


Zandvoort wasn't terrible for Round 15 of the Formula 1 World Championship. We'll take it. But this was a race where most of its drama happened OFF the track. We talk about Max Verstappen's 10th win of the season and the strategic battles that played out on the track, as well as the discussions off of it. Yuki Tsunoda suffers a complicated differential failure and everyone immediately screams conspiracy because it might help Max win the race... Only for Valtteri Bottas' power unit to pack it in 5 laps later. Welp. That leads to Hannah Schmitz (Red Bull's chief strategist) getting dogpiled on social media and more general toxicity. The boys go through the mess and try to make sense of it all. We also talk about the biggest debate in global Motorsport right now - Should IndyCar's Colton Herta get special dispensation from the FIA to be granted a super license so he can go to AlphaTauri? He doesn't have the 40 points needed to race in F1 directly, but it's now lead to huge debates on the Internet between F1 and IndyCar's fans as to what requires you to be able to race in F1, and IndyCar's place in the eyes of the FIA. Should Colton get a pass? We discuss why it's a lot more complicated than you think. And we finally get a settlement in the Oscar Piastri contract dispute as Mclaren won their case and announces him as Lando Norris's new teammate. We discuss the landscape of the midfield after the announcement. All that and more on another Motorsport101!

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

Jump The Start Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 69:45


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

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast
Lucky Max Verstappen? Lewis winning to whining? Ferrari errors. F1, Moto GP, Indycar, NASCAR & more!

Lovecars On the Grid. Global Motorsport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 36:22


Welcome to episode 35 of the Lovecars On The Grid podcast! Tiff Needell and Paul Woodman bring us another roundup of motorsport events from the past week! We kick off this week with a Max Verstappen masterclass in Zandvoort in the Netherlands. We were expecting a dull race, as there were very few places for overtakes, but we were shocked by the action we saw in the Formula 1 this weekend! We had another Ferrari blunder in Carlos Sainz first pit stop, which resulted in Sergio Perez running over one of the pit crew tyre guns in his Red Bull. In his second stop, Sainz was released unsafely, resulting in a time penalty for an unsafe release. We had both Tsunoda and Bottas cars break down. Tsunoda thought his tyres were not fitted correct, and after a 2nd pit stop, was told to stop his car by his pit crew. Valtteri Bottas was forced to stop his Alfa Romeo on the start/finish straight, resulting in a safety car, that forced Lewis Hamilton to lose his lead. George Russell took a late call with Mercedes to change his tyres during the safety car, but this left Hamilton exposed, allowing Max Verstappen to overtake on the first corner following the race restart. The final result was 1st to Max Verstappen, 2nd to Charles LeClerc and 3rd to George Russell, the British driver's best ever finish with Mercedes. We also finally have an update on the Oscar Piastri fiasco. The driver has now confirmed that he will be driving for McLaren next year. Meanwhile, AlphaTauri are working to secure Indycar driver, Colton Herta. Controversially, the driver hasn't received a super license, so the team are working to secure one for him in order for him to drive for them next year. Elsewhere in F1, there's confusion between the Red Bull and Porsche deal, with questions being asked about if it's an engine deal, a chassis deal, or whether anything will happen at all! In F2, we had another safety car issue. Liam Lawson was holding up the rest of the pack, waiting as late as possible before restarting. The drivers further back in the field tried to speed up early, resulting in several drivers crashing. The feature race ended up being won by Brazilian driver, Felipe Drugovich, with Marcus Armstrong winning the sprint race. In Formula 3, we had a session ended early, following a red flag on the banked corner that was arguably not needed. We're all for safety first, but this red flag was a bit extreme! The feature race was won by Zane Maloney, whilst Caio Collet won the sprint race. The Moto GP took place at Misano in Italy, won by Ducati rider, Francesco Bagnaia. Australian rider, Jack Miller crashed in his Ducati, showing just how on the edge these riders really ride! In the USA, we had Indycar at Portland. We had a fairly dull race, however we still had safety cars! Following some new ruling, the cars restarted further back on the straight, which resulted in no crashes when it came to the chicane as the cars were more spaced out. Scott McLaughlin dominated the race and took the win, with team mate Will Power in 2nd place. 3rd place Scott Dixon went from 16th to take his podium position. The NASCAR race was fairly chaotic, which took place at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. Chase Elliot ended up spinning out. Kyle Busch blew his engine, and Kevin Harwick's car burst into flames! The win went to Erik Jones in his Chevrolet, with Denny Hamlin behind him in 2nd place. Next week, we have Formula 1, F2, F3 and the Porsche Supercup at Monza. The World Endurance Championship is back in Fuji, with some reduction in weight on the Peugeot and Toyota cars. WRC is back in Greece for a tough rally. The final round of Indycar is next week too, at Laguna Seca. We also have NASCAR! At home, British GT is taking place at Brands Hatch, whilst the British Superbikes are at Snetterton.

Paddockast
F1 2022: VERSTAPPEN VENCE NA HOLANDA. HAMILTON PISTOLA. DRUGOVICH PERTO DO TÍTULO | Briefing

Paddockast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 144:09


Para quem esperava uma das piores corridas da temporada 2022 da Fórmula 1, o GP da Holanda deste domingo (4), representou surpresa positiva. Mesmo numa pista com poucas possibilidades de ultrapassagens, como Zandvoort, houve uma tensão real na briga pela vitória por conta das decisões táticas da Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton ameaçou Max Verstappen, mas a sorte sorriu junto da competência habitual para o líder do Mundial. Desta forma, escapou para vencer em casa pelo segundo ano consecutivo e, assim como no sábado, levar o Mar Laranja ao delírio nas arquibancadas de Zandvoort.Mas como a briga pela vitória se criou, visto que a Red Bull tinha um carro forte e Hamilton e a Mercedes saíam apenas no quarto lugar? Por conta da estratégia da Mercedes. Hamilton largou de pneus médios e esticou bastante o primeiro stint, parando cerca de 15 voltas depois do líder da corrida e colocando pneus duros contra médios de Max. A Red Bull ia para duas paradas, ao passo que a Mercedes apostava nos duros.Era o suficiente, sim, para quem Hamilton fosse mais rápido na pista e encurtasse a vantagem para bem menos de um pit-stop. Verstappen teria obrigatoriamente de ultrapassar Hamilton para vencer a corrida. A não ser que a sorte sorrisse. E sorriu. Yuki Tsunoda parou na pista na volta 44 de 72 e avisou que tinha um pneu solto. A AlphaTauri negou e mandou religar o carro e ir aos boxes. Após mexer muito no bólido, soltou Tsunoda, que, assim que voltou para a pista, parou de novo. Safety-car virtual. Verstappen teve a chance de parar e voltar na frente e, por conta disso, a Mercedes parou os dois carros para tentar garantir o pódio duplo, porque também contava com George Russell e terceiro. Os dois pilotos das Flechas Prateadas apostaram num jogo de pneus médios.Algumas voltas depois, Valtteri Bottas é quem teve problemas e parou a Alfa Romeo na pista. Agora, safety-car de vez. Hamilton e Russell resolveram ficar na pista, enquanto Verstappen parou novamente e pôs um jogo de macios. Caiu para o segundo lugar, porém, porque a Mercedes manteve Hamilton. Só que de pneus macios contra médios de Lewis não teve jeito: engoliu o rival na relargada e partiu para vencer. Hamilton sequer conseguiu ir ao pódio, rendido aos pneus macios de Russell e Charles Leclerc.A Fórmula 1 retorna já no próximo fim de semana, entre os dias 9 e 11 de setembro, para encerrar a rodada tripla e a perna europeia de 2022 com o GP da Itália, em Monza.

Cycology
Ep 16: Formula One Superstar Valtteri Bottas Gets Into the Gravel Racing Business

Cycology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 38:08


In this extra special episode of the show, we are very excited to sit down with Formula One driver, Valtteri Bottas! As an enthusiastic cyclist, and budding gravel racer, Valtteri has a really interesting perspective on the sport and why it appeals to him in parallel and in contrast with his main occupation. Valtteri's partner is Tiffany Cromwell from the Canyon-SRAM team, and Valtteri talks about how much this relationship has influenced his passion for cycling. We talk about how he sees his cycling benefitting his driving, and also the main differences between the two sports. Along the way, our guest shares some very interesting insights into what goes into a Formula One race, and some of the biggest misconceptions about the sport too. With the massive cultural impact of the Drive to Survive series, Formula One has seen a steep increase in the number of fans of the sport and Valtteri talks a little about what it has been like to be filmed for the show. Towards the end of our chat, our guest also opens up about his hopes for his retirement and some of the other passions and ventures he has, including a gin distillery and a coffee roastery! Join us to hear it all!

Choosing Sides: F1
Alfa Romeo - A Modest Proposal (Lily's Version)

Choosing Sides: F1

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 39:24


Alfa Romeo is often one of the forgotten "A" names on the grid, but that doesn't make it any less important. In this latest installment of Choosing Sides: F1, Lily tells Michael all about Alfa's strange history as well as its two drivers — one of whom is a favorite of hers. But will Michael agree?Special thanks to our guests: Tatiana CalderonThis episode was produced by Lily Herman and Senior Producer Yochai Maital. Sound Design by Yochai Maital. Mastering by Sela Waisblum. Recording at The Cutting Room Studios by Rob O'Leary II. At SI Studios, Max Miller is Executive Producer and Brannan Goetschius is Head of Audio. At iHeartRadio, Sean Titone is Executive Producer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

F1 Aan Tafel
Max is machtiger | 2022 #33

F1 Aan Tafel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 38:26


Valtteri Bottas lijkt op zijn plek te zitten bij Alfa Romeo en volgens AlphaTauri-baas Franz Tost wordt Max Verstappen alsmaar beter. Daarnaast komen de porpoising-regels van 2023 aan bod, die door de FIA worden doorgevoerd. Dat en meer komt ter sprake in de nieuwste aflevering van F1 aan Tafel, de wekelijkse podcast van Grand Prix Radio. Presentator Jeroen Mul ontvangt in The Harbour Club in Vinkeveen wederom spraakmakende autosportgasten. Ronald Molendijk: producer, DJ, muziekdeskundige bij Shownieuws en Formule 1-liefhebber. Olav Mol: Formule 1-commentator bij Grand Prix Radio. En de vaste waarde van de podcast, Frans Verschuur. Presentatie: Jeroen Mul Disclaimer: Alle gebruik van hetgeen in deze podcast ‘F1 aan Tafel' wordt opgemerkt is ongeoorloofd zonder expliciete schriftelijke toestemming ter zake verkregen van Grand Prix Radio en met inachtneming van een duidelijke bronvermelding met link.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Gareth Jones On Speed
Gareth Jones On Speed #446 for 11 Aug 2022

Gareth Jones On Speed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 49:54


#446 Punk As F1. The 2022 On Speed Summer Music Compilation. 12 of Gareth's punk/car songs gathered together. Drivers old and new and team owners discuss what effect (if any) did punk rock have on F1, and if so who‘s the biggest punk in the sport?

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Postgame Show: Swimming Nude

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 16:19 Very Popular


We bring you an interview Jessica Smetana and Spencer Hall did with Alfa Romeo F1 driver Valtteri Bottas right before the Formula 1 summer break. They discuss his upcoming plans to swim nude in Colorado, as well as his love of coffee, and the next race on the F1 calendar, the Belgian Grand Prix on August 28th. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DNF
*DNF Exclusive* Valtteri Bottas

DNF

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 16:17


Jess and Spencer catch up with Alfa Romeo F1 driver Valtteri Bottas right before the summer break. They discuss his upcoming plans to swim nude in Colorado, as well as his love of coffee, and his new role with the Alfa Romeo team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Le Batard & Friends Network
*DNF Exclusive* Valtteri Bottas

Le Batard & Friends Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 16:17


Jess and Spencer catch up with Alfa Romeo F1 driver Valtteri Bottas right before the summer break. They discuss his upcoming plans to swim nude in Colorado, as well as his love of coffee, and his new role with the Alfa Romeo team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Endspurt vor der Sommerpause

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 74:01


+++WERBUNG+++ F1 22 ist das offizielle Videospiel zur FIA Formel 1 Weltmeisterschaft von Codemasters und EA Sports. So nah warst du noch nie dran! Noch immersivere Spielmodi, Kompatibilität mit Virtual Reality und dem neuen Modus F1 Life - mehr Formel 1 geht nicht. F1 22 ist ab dem 01.07. erhältlich für PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One und PC über Origin und Steam. Mehr Infos: F1 22. Starting Grid empfiehlt: ExpressVPN. Wenn du auf kein Rennen der Saison 2022 verzichten möchtest, dann hol dir jetzt ExpressVPN. Als Hörer:in meines Podcasts bekommst du auf dein Jahresabo noch 3 Monate kostenlos oben drauf. Gehe dazu einfach auf expressvpn.com/STARTINGGRID. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Nochmal ein Doubleheader zum Abschluss! Die Formel 1 reist von Le Castellet in Frankreich nach Budapest, Ungarn. Danach ist erstmal Schluss. Für den Großen Preis von Frankreich war es wohl der Abgesang am Wochenende. Das Ergebnis hätte für Ferrari-Fans nicht enttäuschender sein können und auch Anhänger von unseren deutschen Piloten kamen nicht auf ihre Kosten. Sie alle hoffen in Ungarn auf Wiedergutmachung. In unserer neuen Ausgabe spricht Sophie Affeldt mit Kevin Scheuren und dem stellvertretenden Chefredakteur des Motorsport Network Germany, Stefan Ehlen, über verschiedene Themen des Rennwochenendes von Le Castellet und wir diskutieren über die Nominierungen der Gewinner und Verlierer unserer Hörer*innen. Ständig das gleiche Leid bei Ferrari Charles Leclerc hat es sich am Sonntag selbst zuzuschreiben. Der Monegasse hat seinen Ferrari in Kurve 11 in die Reifenstapel gesetzt und hat so wichtige Punkte im WM-Kampf gegen Max Verstappen hergeschenkt. Und jährlich grüßt das springende Pferd kann man wohl sagen, denn wann immer Ferrari eine Chance im WM-Kampf hat, machen sie dusselige Fehler. Sei es an der Box mit der Strategie oder eben die Fahrer. Man kann und sollte sich erneut die Frage stellen, ob das Problem nicht auch in der mangelnden Führungsqualität von Mattia Binotto liegt? Mercedes bald wieder ganz oben dabei? Auch bedingt durch den Ausfall von Leclerc hat es Mercedes zu einem Doppel-Podium in Frankreich gebracht. Festhalten kann man aber durchaus, dass die Silberpfeile auf dem besten Weg sind, wieder an die Spitze zu kommen. Lewis Hamilton und George Russell verstehen das Auto immer besser, besonders Hamilton merkt man das steigende Selbstvertrauen an und das spiegelt sich in den Ergebnissen. Wird Ungarn vielleicht schon Mercedes-Land sein? Es wird auch über die Lokalmatadoren zu sprechen sein, vor allem Pierre Gasly, der ein absolut enttäuschendes Wochenende in Le Castellet hatte. Eure Gewinner und Verlierer der bisherigen Saison In der vergangenen Ausgabe haben wir unsere Wahl gemacht, wer in der Formel-1-Saison 2022 bislang als Gewinner und Verlierer zählt. Im Anschluss gab es den Aufruf, dass ihr uns eure Nominierungen und schickt und das habt ihr zahlreich getan - vielen Dank! Im Podcast gehen wir auf Namen wie Zhou Guanyu und Valtteri Bottas oder Alpine bei den Gewinnern, aber auch Daniel Ricciardo bei den klaren Verlierern ein. Und wo lässt sich eigentlich Esteban Ocon einordnen? Euch erwartet zudem eine Vorschau auf den Großen Preis von Ungarn, bei dem Kevin gemeinsam mit Christian Nimmervoll vor Ort sein wird. Euer Feedback ist uns wichtig Schickt uns gerne für die nächsten Sendungen eure WhatsApp-Sprachnachricht an folgende Nummer: +49 331 298 50 28 GANZ WICHTIG: bitte sendet an diese Nummer NUR SPRACHNACHRICHTEN ein und beginnt eure Sprachnachricht mit den Worten STARTING GRID und eurem Namen, damit das zugeordnet werden kann! Bitte haltet die Sprachnachrichten bei maximal 1:30 Minute, danke euch. Ihr könnt uns über verschiedene Kanäle erreichen und mich anderen F1-Fans in Verbindung bleiben: Instagram Facebook-Seite Facebook-Gruppe Twitter  Telegram-Gruppe Mail YouTube Kicktipp Sehr gerne würden wir auch eure Rezensionen auf iTunes lesen, bitte nehmt euch 3 Minuten Zeit für 5 Sterne und ein paar warme Worte, vielen Dank! Bewertet uns auch gerne bei Spotify! Keep Racing! Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Bienvenue à Halbzeitanalyse

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 68:20


+++WERBUNG+++ F1 22 ist das offizielle Videospiel zur FIA Formel 1 Weltmeisterschaft von Codemasters und EA Sports. So nah warst du noch nie dran! Noch immersivere Spielmodi, Kompatibilität mit Virtual Reality und dem neuen Modus F1 Life - mehr Formel 1 geht nicht. F1 22 ist ab dem 01.07. erhältlich für PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One und PC über Origin und Steam. Mehr Infos: F1 22. Starting Grid empfiehlt: ExpressVPN. Wenn du auf kein Rennen der Saison 2022 verzichten möchtest, dann hol dir jetzt ExpressVPN. Als Hörer:in meines Podcasts bekommst du auf dein Jahresabo noch 3 Monate kostenlos oben drauf. Gehe dazu einfach auf expressvpn.com/STARTINGGRID. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Nach 11 Rennen ist es mal an der Zeit eine erste Bilanz der laufenden Formel-1-Saison zu ziehen. Aufbauend auf einem Video, das Kevin Scheuren und Christian Nimmervoll, Chefredakteur des Motorsport Network Germany, am Sonntag auf dem YouTube-Kanal von formel1.de veröffentlichten, gehts heute bei uns im Podcast weiter. Sophie Affeldt stößt dazu und gemeinsam bespricht das Trio nicht nochmal Team für Team alles, was so passiert ist, sondern hat sich vier Kategorien ausgedacht: Gewinner der ersten Halbserie Verlierer der ersten Halbserie Größtes Entwicklungspotential für den Rest der Saison Größe Gefahr des Absturzes im Laufe der Saison Uneinigkeit beim Gewinner Für Kevin und Christian ist bzw. sind die Gewinner der Saison bislang klar: Red Bull Racing. Präzisiert ist es für Christian Sergio Perez, der zeitweise wie ein Anwärter auf Verstappens Titel aussah. Für Kevin ist es eben dieser Max Verstappen, der nach einem holprigen Saisonstart immer stabiler wurde und jetzt uneinholbar wirkt. Und am Ende des Tages ist es das gesamte Red Bull-Team, die einfach viel weniger Fehler machen als Ferrari. Sophie hat sich einen anderen Gewinner ausgesucht, nämlich Haas. Das Team von Mick Schumacher hat nach dem reinigenden Gewitter von Baku richtig in die Spur gefunden und macht sich auf, in der zweiten Saisonhälfte nochmal nachzulegen. Einigkeit beim Verlierer Lewis Hamilton und Mercedes ist für alle drei bislang die Enttäuschung der Saison. Mit großen Erwartungen an einer Fortsetzung des WM-Kampfes gegen Red Bull Racing gestartet, mit neuem Konzept in die Saison gegangen und mit George Russell den Kronprinzen ins Team geholt, steht aktuell ein weiter Weg zur WM für das Team aus Brackley. Besonders Hamilton hat sich extrem schwer getan, für ihn sieht Christian Nimmervoll aber das stärkste Entwicklungspotential. Sophie hat dafür Ferrari und Alpine im Blick, Kevin hat sich für Haas entschieden. Sorge um Alfa Romeo Für Sophie und Kevin ist Alfa Romeo dem größten Risiko ausgesetzt, nochmal nach hinten durchgereicht zu werden. Der Gewichtsvorteil von Beginn der Saison ist nahezu weg, Valtteri Bottas hängt etwas durch und die Konkurrenz schläft nicht. Besonders Aston Martin und Haas schicken sich an am Team aus Hinwil noch vorbeizuziehen. Christian blickt bei dieser Kategorie eher auf seinen Gewinner: Sergio Perez. Der Mexikaner rollt immer mehr in die sichere Nummer 2-Schablone rein bei Red Bull, da müsste es eventuell nochmal einen gewaltigen Satz geben. Silly Season in vollem Gange Was passiert mit Fernando Alonso und Sebastian Vettel? Die Verträge der beiden F1-Weltmeister laufen aus, Alonso könnte sich eine Zukunft bei Alpine sicher vorstellen, aber was ist mit Vettel bei Aston Martin? Als Aramco-Werbesäule zu fungieren ist sicher nicht zufriedenstellend, andererseits hat er schon noch das Feuer in sich, gute Leistungen zu zeigen. Dann sind dann aber noch andere auslaufende Verträge Albon bei Williams oder Zhou bei Alfa, aber auch die Gerüchte um Daniel Ricciardo reißen nicht ab. Gibt einiges zu besprechen! Ebenso gibts natürlich die Vorschau auf den Großen Preis von Frankreich, eventuell der vorerst letzte Grand Prix in Le Castellet. Bei den Fans ist die Strecke nicht sonderlich beliebt und bei den angesagten 40 Grad am Sonntag wird es auch kein Pappenstiel für die Fahrer und Mechaniker. Eine große Unbekannte werden die Reifen sein. Wie halten die Pirelli-Pneus der Belastung stand und welche Reifenmischung macht vielleicht schneller schlapp? Wir blicken voraus! Gewinnt "F1 22"! Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Codemasters und EA verlosen wir unter allen Teilnehmern 1x eine digitale Version F1® 22 für den PC, die Playstation oder die Xbox. Wir möchten unseren Zuhörern und Followern etwas zurückzugeben und haben deshalb sechs Spiele-Codes für jede Plattform. 2x einen Code für den PC 2x einen Code für die Playstation 2x einen Code für die Xbox Für jede erfüllte Aufgabe in dieser Liste habt ihr ein bestimmte Menge Lose im Topf und jedes dieser Lose kann der Gewinn sein! Hier geht es direkt zum Gewinnspiel! Wir sind auf eure Einschätzungen zu den Halbzeitthemen gespannt. Schreibt uns gerne eure Meinung, die besprechen wir dann in der nächsten Ausgabe! Euer Feedback ist uns wichtig Schickt uns gerne für die nächsten Sendungen eure WhatsApp-Sprachnachricht an folgende Nummer: +49 331 298 50 28 GANZ WICHTIG: bitte sendet an diese Nummer NUR SPRACHNACHRICHTEN ein und beginnt eure Sprachnachricht mit den Worten STARTING GRID und eurem Namen, damit das zugeordnet werden kann! Bitte haltet die Sprachnachrichten bei maximal 1:30 Minute, danke euch. Ihr könnt uns über verschiedene Kanäle erreichen und mich anderen F1-Fans in Verbindung bleiben: Instagram Facebook-Seite Facebook-Gruppe Twitter  Telegram-Gruppe Mail YouTube Kicktipp Sehr gerne würden wir auch eure Rezensionen auf iTunes lesen, bitte nehmt euch 3 Minuten Zeit für 5 Sterne und ein paar warme Worte, vielen Dank! Bewertet uns auch gerne bei Spotify! Keep Racing! Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

The Andy Jaye Podcast
Valtteri Bottas

The Andy Jaye Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 39:53


Rebooting the Andy Jaye podcast once again this week, Andy was joined by the one and only, Valtteri Bottas.The Alfa Romeo Orlen F1 legendary racing driver, Valtteri Bottas, shares some excellent and unexpected anecdotes as well as giving us a fascinating insight into his world, both inside the racing and out. Ambitious and intriguing, in this conversation, Valtteri gives us the back story to the unusual gift he gave to fellow driver Lewis Hamilton, but he also explains the ups and downs he and other drivers have experienced in the racing world, as well as sharing some wise words with Andy. The Andy Jaye Podcast is produced by The Driven Media Group - a Paramex Digital brand. Contact the show, email hello@drivenchat.com. Find our entire back catalogue of conversations in all the usual podcast places. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Driven Chat Podcast
Valterri Bottas & Zhou Guanyu from the Silverstone F1 Race

The Driven Chat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 64:05


Valtteri Bottas & Zhou Guanyu on The Driven Chat Podcast!! This week on the podcast, enjoy the full and uncut conversations from Alfa Romeo Orlen F1 racing drivers Bottas and Guanyu first heard on The Driven Chat Radio Show on talkSPORT.The Valterri Bottas joined Andy Jaye via facetime and Zhou Guanyu jsat down in person with John Marcar and Rachael Downie just outside the Silverstone Circuit in the DTO Motorsport Facility. For the first time, you're now able hear the full uncut conversations here on the Driven Chat Podcast.Find the episode in the usual podcast places and see the entire back catalogue at drivenchat.comGet in touch with the show via email - podcast@drivenchat.com or slip into our DM's on your preferred social feed, and don't forget to check out our youtube channel via YouTube.com/DrivenChat, to see some premium visual car content!The Driven Chat podcast is brought to you by Paramex Digital - for more information on Driven Chat, visit www.drivenchat.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Motorsport101
Episode #375: 2022 Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix Report

Motorsport101

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 46:03


Well, this was a dramatic one. Formula 1's next move as the travelling circus was Montreal for the first Canadian Grand Prix in 3 years, and in it, we had a classic late Safety Car sprint finish from Max Verstappen and... "checks notes"... Carlos Sainz? Yep, with Charles Leclerc starting from the back with a fresh power unit, it was up to Carlos to try and restore some pride for Maranello... even if he just came up short. We break it down here! We also talk about judgement day for the porposing issue. The FIA did indeed step in and issue a technical directive about how the issue will be managed going forward. Floors will be monitored and discussions will be held about a maximum force of bounce allowed. Is this the right move going forward? And we also talk about a loaded midfield, with Fernando Alonso, Zhou Guanyu, Valtteri Bottas and more all involved as "El Plan" nearly came to pass for the man starting from the front row for the first time in nearly a decade. All of that and more on a loaded Motorsport101!

Gone Racin'
British Grand Prix | Racing Lines | June 30

Gone Racin'

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 25:34


In this episode we head over to Mikhail Miranda's home Grand Prix...The British Grand Prix at Silverstone, England. In this episode Mikhail Miranda and Wes Reynolds highlight the Canadian Grand Prix. They also cover the driver market for the 2023 season, outlining which driver or drivers are under pressure from their teams to perform. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wfm
Sanción a Fernando Alonso por su defensa ante Valtteri Bottas en las últimas vueltas del GP de Canadá

Wfm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 13:29


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

F1 Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 50:12


Max Verstappen drove like a champion in Canada, and is now 46 points clear at the top of F1's Drivers' standings. Could Carlos Sainz have caught him in Canada? Can Ferrari catch him this season? Joining Tom Clarkson to debrief after the Canadian Grand Prix is 1997 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve and Josh Hill – son of '96 champ Damon. They hear from Ferrari's Jock Clear – who says Leclerc's terrific recovery drive to P5 wasn't the maximum result possible – and Red Bull's Christian Horner, who's in awe of how Verstappen is performing this season. Alpine boss Otmar Szafnauer takes us inside Fernando Alonso's epic qualifying performance and Alfa Romeo's Fred Vasseur celebrates more points for Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu.   This episode is sponsored by: Athletic Greens: get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/f1nation NordVPN: Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/f1nation or use the code f1nation to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + 1 additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee

Box Box F1 Pod
Canadian GP Preview 2022

Box Box F1 Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 27:10


Oh, Canadaaa! Land of poutine, maple syrupe, & daddy drivers! We're catching up on what's new in F1, both off the grid & on. Plus, we're prepping for our return to the Canadian GP after a two year hiatus. Let's go, Boxes!Find us outside the pod:Follow us @boxboxf1podVisit our website for more deets on usShare your thoughts/opinions/questions with us!! Digital Warmup Lap 1: F1 GP news A China GP! A South Africa GP!Zak Brown wore a bedazzled hard hat to the Las Vegas circuit!Lap 2: FIA responds to porpoising They're proposing formulas and regulations and meeting (oh my!)Lap 3: Oscar Piastri Is Oscar Piastri moving to Williams next year?Lap 4: Off the grid Lando Norris & Carlos Sainz play golf in CanadaAlfa Romeo takes Valtteri Bottas to a Canadian farmCheco showed Carlos, Max Verstappen, & Charles Leclerc @connor_sketches impressions and they thoroughly enjoyed itTrack WalkHistoryCircuitBox BoxHannah's eating a Montreal-style smoked meat sandwich!Rachelle's eating poutine!Support the show

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast
Valtteri Bottas | My big break

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 36:41


If a young Valtteri Bottas and his dad hadn't spotted the sign for a go-kart race in Finland, then the Alfa Romeo driver may never have got on track, let alone partnered Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes.In the latest podcast from our My big break series, Bottas joins Chris Medland to reveal the make-or-break moments that brought him to Formula 1. He explains the key role that porridge power played ahead of his go kart debut, the local sponsors that bankrolled his fresh tyres, and the tests that took him from the Finnish go-karting championship to an F1 seat with Williams — via a rocky GP3 season. When Nico Rosberg retired from F1, Bottas moved from to Mercedes — and he suggests that he used his own money to buy out the Williams contract — only to be handed the Herculean task of being team-mate to Hamilton. Bottas describes how it took its toll, and reveals that he was on the brink of quitting at the end of the 2018 season before a restorative walk in a Finnish forest saw him change his mind.Now at Alfa Romeo, Bottas talks of the hope that he can win again with the team. "I don't see a limit," he says. "I'm absolutely loving F1." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Gone Racin'
Canadian Grand Prix | Racing Lines | June 16, 2022

Gone Racin'

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 24:02


This is the first time that we are returning to Montreal, Canada for a Grand Prix since the pandemic. The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is a historic track and now that the travel restrictions have been lifted we are back. In this episode, Mikhail Miranda and Wes Reynolds preview the Canadian Grand Prix. They outline how Ferrari have been struggling with reliability issues, how drivers are dealing with health issues due to the aggressive porpoising effect. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1
Episodio 546 · La previa al GP de Azerbaiyán

Técnica Fórmula 1 · Podcast de F1

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 53:26


A pesar de que el fin de semana ha sido de descanso en la F1, los aficionados al motor hemos podido disfrutar de mucho acción en el Rally de Cerdeña y en la Indy, en Detroit. Pero el próximo fin de semana vuelve la máxima categoría, y los chicos del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos preparan, en el primer episodio de la semana, para un Gran Premio que, en los últimos años, ha dado mucho espectáculo. Un circuito urbano que cada año gusta más. Como siempre, antes de una carrera de Fórmula 1, los analistas del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos van desgranando todas sus diferentes facetas, empezando por contarnos qué esperan del Gran Premio y las características que destacan en el trazado de Azerbaijan desde el punto de vista técnico. El circuito urbano de Baku combina la complejidad de Mónaco con las velocidades de Monza, y por ello se usarán los neumáticos más blandos de la gama, igual que ocurrió en la última carrera. La pista tiene mucha personalidad, combinando rectas rápidas con algunas secciones extremadamente estrechas y técnicas, como la famosa curva 9 en el casco histórico de la ciudad. Esta combinación hace que los equipos no opten por una configuración de baja carga aerodinámica, como en Mónaco, sino por una configuración de baja a media, que equilibra el requisito del agarre en curvas cerradas con la necesidad de altas velocidad en en las rectas rápidas, donde es posible adelantar. El récord de velocidad en esta pista lo tiene Valtteri Bottas y data del 2016, cuando aún pilotaba para Williams: superó los 378km/h. Climatología y estrategias posibles. En esta época del año el clima puede ser muy cálido, con temperaturas en pista que pueden superar los 50 grados. Sin embargo, los edificios alrededor del circuito hacen que haya áreas alternas de luz y sombra, lo que hace variar la temperatura en pista a lo largo de una vuelta. La estrategia ganadora del año pasado fue a una parada, pero hay que tener en cuenta el coche de seguridad - causado por los reventones de las Pirelli - a tres vueltas del final. En ese momento, para un sprint de 3 vueltas, se colocaron neumáticos blandos. Sin embargo, hay que pensar que este año ya no está la limitación de arrancar carrera con los neumáticos usados en Q2 (para los 10 primeros) lo que hace que la estrategia quizás sea distinta. En resumen, una pista que no tiene exigencias muy altas, pues ninguna de las curvas consume gran energía y no hay mucho nivel de abrasión y las cargas laterales son contenidas. En esta pista, sin embargo, las altas velocidad imponen cierta exigencia y el punto principal a tener en cuenta es la tracción, así como el equilibrio entre calentar los neumáticos delanteros, para las zonas rectas, y no sobre-calentar los traseros, para las zonas reviradas. Set-up, previsiones, anécdotas y horarios Una vez analizada la elección de gomas, el equipo del Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 nos cuenta cómo debe ser el set-up del coche, nos dan algunas anécdotas y estadísticas destacadas y nos hablan de los diferentes equipos y cómo se prevé su rendimiento en esta carrera. También nos hablarán de los frenos, ya que esta pista es una delas más exigentes (calificada con un 4 sobre 5) del Campeonato, igualada con Montreal - que veremos la semana próxima. Tiene 10 secciones de frenado, 4 clasificadas como muy exigentes con los frenos, 5 de dificultad media y 1 como ligera. La curva más dura para los frenos y los pilotos es la primera, cuando se pasa de 344 a 109 km/h y los pilotos sufren una desaceleración de 4,4Gs mientras recorren una distancia de 137 metros. En cuanto a los horarios en los que podremos disfrutar de este Gran Premio, que tendremos que compaginar con las 24 Horas de Le Mans, son los siguientes: Libres 1 a las 13h y Libres 2 alas 16h del viernes. Libres 3 alas 13h y Clasificación a las 16h del sábado. La carrera dará comienzo el domingo a las 13h. ---------------------- Para haceros fans sólo tenéis que pulsar el botón azul Apoyar en la página del podcast o en la App y escucharnos sin ninguna clase de publicidad y con episodios extra sólo para vosotros. Página del podcast en Ivoox: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-tecnica-formula-1-podcast-f1_sq_f1361567_1.html ¡Muchas gracias a todos de corazón! Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals