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Russian GP Qualifying - One Second To Safety
Joining Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) is Luke Smith to look back at the key talking points from today's qualifying for the Russian GP.
Russian GP Practice - Vodka and Pringles
Welcome to the land where vodka is cheaper than Pringles. At least according to Jake on today's podcast. As Luke and JBL look back at the two Friday practice sessions they find themselves with an all too familiar question: can anyone catch Mercedes? The battle for the midfield is tight and Renault have the upper hand after the first day of running.
Russian GP Preview - Lewis Set For Schumacher's Record
Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) and Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, Motorsport.com) are back to preview the Russian GP. Lewis Hamilton is set to break the record of most wins but insists he does not obsess over the stats. Sergio Perez says he’s disappointed Racing Point has started to hide things from him, but Jon explains why that’s only necessary when a driver is leaving for a direct rival.
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Autosport@70 - Choosing the greatest Indycar of all time
Indycar, and the Indianapolis 500 in particular, has a rich history stretching back even further than Formula 1 or the Le Mans 24 Hours, so just selecting the candidates to discuss was a tough challenge. In this podcast, Chief Editor and host Kevin Turner takes on the task alongside Motorsport Network’s US Editor and long-time Indycar correspondent David Malsher-Lopez, and Autosport Technical Editor Jake Boxall-Legge to pick out the highlights from more than a century of Indycar competition.
W Series CEO Catherine Bond Muir: we’ll see a female F1 driver soon
After a successful 2019 debut season, W Series, the development championship for female race drivers, was forced to cancel its 2020 calendar due to Covid 19.
It wasn’t an easy decision, but many race series that have gone ahead because they felt they had to, have lost significant money. The CEO of W Series, Catherine Bond Muir felt that with a nascent championship, it wasn’t the year to struggle through.
For the latest in our #ThinkingForward series of interviews with the sport’s leaders, Bond Muir explains why W Series will build back better and why her heart tells her we wlll see a woman racing in F1 sooner rather than later.
Formula E's Future: Jamie Reigle Interview
James Allen talks to Formula E CEO Jamie Reigle about his plans for electric racing and how eSports will be part of their future, in the latest installment of our #ThinkingForward leadership series.