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The Changes Ferrari Is Making To Bring 2022 Glory
The cover feature for this week’s Autosport magazine is all about Ferrari. After recording their worst F1 campaign in 40 years, 2020 is firmly in their rear view mirror. But is it too early to say Ferrari is back? On the podcast today Alex Kalinauckas charts the Ferrari resurgence with Kevin Turner (Chief Editor, Autosport) and Jake Boxall-Legge (Technical Editor, Autosport).
National Racing: Why The Return Of Spectators Really Matters
On this month’s National Racing podcast, Stefan Mackley is joined by Stephen Lickorish and Marcus Pye to talk about spectators being allowed back to motor racing. And why it’s not just good for the fans, but for everyone from the drivers, team members and the circuits.
Rally Sardinia Review and WRC Chat
It's a Gravel Notes takeover! Tom Howard is joined by Nick Garton to look back at Rally Sardinia, assess the current state of WRC, and look forward to an incredibly special event - a return to the wild African savannah in Safari Rally Kenya from 24th June 2021.
Azerbaijan GP Review
Ariana Bravo is joined by Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) and Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network) to analyse the key moments from the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Azerbaijan GP Qualifying - What Alex Saw Trackside
Red was definitely the colour of Saturday in Baku, for quite a few reasons! Autosport’s Grand Prix Editor, Alex Kalinauckas, is in Azerbaijan to witness the action. Ariana Bravo and Alex look back at a memorable day to analyse the big stories from Saturday.
Azerbaijan GP Practice - Tech Analysis with JBL
Ariana Bravo is joined by Jake Boxall-Legge (Technical Editor, Autosport) to look at why Red Bull and Ferrari were strong in Friday Practice, and what Mercedes needs to change to be in contention this weekend.
Brilliant and informative
These podcats are a motorsports (Autosports) fans dream, really well informed, with very knowledgable presenters covering F1, Formula E, WRC and other series.
Enjoy them but they really need to shorten some of them and cut the waffle. Most podcasts set a time limit of about 30mins. These launch ones are OK but the ones ‘in season’ are way too long. And please stop the seriously irritating speech affectations. It’s THe not VER etc.
I would have expected you guys to be more sympathetic and less flippant to the situation a fellow motoring journalist, Mark Hales, found himself in by being sued for hundred of thousands of pounds by David Piper over the damage to his 917 and losing. Quite easily that could have been one of you.