Formula 1 interviews, reaction and reports. 5 Live presents a round-up of the race weekend.
Russian Grand Prix Review
Jennie and the team look back at the Russian Grand Prix. We hear from race winner Valtteri Bottas and discuss whether Hamilton’s penalty was fair.
Russian Grand Prix Qualifying Review
Jennie and the team look back at qualifying from Russia. We hear from the top 3 and discuss whether anyone can deny Hamilton his 91st race win and equal Michael Schumacher’s record.
Russian Grand Prix Preview
Jennie and the team look ahead to the Russian Grand Prix. We hear from Lewis Hamilton as he attempts to equal Michael Schumacher’s 91 race wins and get reaction to the appointment of Stefano Domenicali as new president and chief executive officer of Formula 1.
Tuscan Grand Prix Review
Jennie and the team look back at a chaotic race at Mugello. We hear from race winner Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull’s Alex Albon.
Tuscan Grand Prix Qualifying Review
Jennie and team look back at qualifying from Mugello. We hear from the top three and look ahead to the race on Sunday.
Tuscan Grand Prix Preview
Jennie and the team look ahead to the Tuscan Grand Prix. We hear from Sebastian Vettel who is joining Aston Martin next season and ask where Sergio Perez may go next.
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…regardless of the fact that, at times, it's fairly biased towards HAM. Still, it's a worthwhile addition to the Dutch F1 podcasts that I listen to (that are, btw, just as biased towards VER - if not even more so).
Jennie and the other panelists are usually well-informed and offer some interesting perspectives to the things that happen on and off the track.
And if you don’t much care for Jennie going off into fangirl-overdrive about Hamilton or Leclerc, just fast forward for a bit :-)
Love the show enjoy the chemistry in the team. Couldn’t stop laughing whilst listening to the Austrian Grand Prix preview. Great to follow the opinions on ‘our’ Max Verstappen through the eyes of foreigners, not to get too carried away in patriottism.