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Formula 1 Grid Talk takes an irreverent look at the world of F1 motor racing, offering news, previews, reviews, and opinions on the biggest talking points in the sport today.

Your host George Howson brings years of F1 experience to the show, and is joined by a panel of guests each week to dissect the latest races with their expert analysis that is based on emotion and personal preference, with a sprinkling of facts.

George and the team hit the apex of all the topics that are causing a stir in F1 right now, so sit back and relax and enjoy their hot topic debrief.

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Formula 1 Grid Talk takes an irreverent look at the world of F1 motor racing, offering news, previews, reviews, and opinions on the biggest talking points in the sport today.

Your host George Howson brings years of F1 experience to the show, and is joined by a panel of guests each week to dissect the latest races with their expert analysis that is based on emotion and personal preference, with a sprinkling of facts.

George and the team hit the apex of all the topics that are causing a stir in F1 right now, so sit back and relax and enjoy their hot topic debrief.

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 35: 2020 Austrian Grand Prix Qualifying Analysis

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 35: 2020 Austrian Grand Prix Qualifying Analysis

    Welcome to Episode 35 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

    In this episode joining George we have sports journalist Louis Edwards, motorsport fanatic Rhys Evans, and engineering student Owain Medford.

    The first qualifying session of 2020 threw up some surprises, such as Lando Norris putting his McLaren in the fourth spot on the grid, and four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel missing out on Q3.

    In This Episode

    [0:55] Valtteri Bottas drawing first blood in the Mercedes qualifying battle

    [2:16] Are Red Bull better set up for the race than qualifying?

    [4:01] Best qualifying performance ever from Lando Norris

    [5:00] Both cars in Q3 was an incredible performance from Racing Point

    [6:24] Ferrari are where they deserve to be

    [8:01] Renault missed out after Ferrari’s missteps

    [9:28] Alpha Tauri performed about as expected

    [10:14] Could be another difficult season for Hass

    [11:16] A good showing for George Russell

    [12:27] A disappointing day out for Alfa Romeo

    [13:41] Red Bull’s DAS protest thrown out

    Support the Grid Talk Podcast

    If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.

    You may also like to visit the Grid Talk Podcast store, where we have a range of clothing and homewares featuring some of the most famous Formula 1 driver quotes from over the years – we even have a dedicated Kimi section.

    Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.

    Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Formula1GridTalk

    • 18 мин.
    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 34: 2020 Austrian Grand Prixview

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 34: 2020 Austrian Grand Prixview

    Welcome to Episode 34 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

    In this episode joining George we have sports journalist Louis Edwards, multimedia journalist Ruby Price, and engineering student Owain Medford.

    After the longest break in Formula One racing since WWII, racing is finally back! The revised 2020 F1 calendar sees the season kick off with the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix, so in this episode of the Formula 1 Grid Talk we preview the much-anticipated start to the new season.

    In This Episode

    [01.01] Austria hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for 2019 World Champion Lewis Hamilton or Mercedes, can they get off to a fast start in 2020?

    [03.00] 2018 and 2019 Austrian Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen is trying for three in a row, can he do it at Red Bull’s home grand prix?

    [05.05] Ferrari were off the pace in pre-season testing, but will that testing count for much when they hit the track in Austria?

    [07.55] Could Racing Point pull a surprise at this power-hungry circuit?

    [09.15] Will we see McLaren and Renault battling it out for ‘best of the rest’ honours again?

    [12.34] The forced break has not been kind to Williams, can they bounce back?

    [14.05] Can George Russell turn his e-series win into on-track success?

    [15.39] Haas seem to have sorted out their 2019 issues in 2020 testing, will they be more competitive?

    [16.51] How will the shutdown affect the teams?

    [18.06] The team make their 2020 Austrian Grand Prix bold predictions!

    Support the Grid Talk Podcast

    If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.

    You may also like to visit the Grid Talk Podcast store, where we have a range of clothing and homewares featuring some of the most famous Formula 1 driver quotes from over the years – we even have a dedicated Kimi section.

    Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List

    Our panellists have a dream list of guests that we would love to have on the podcast, and using the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, we would love to know if you could help connect us to any of the following people, to see if we can get them on the show.

    If you know someone who knows someone who knows someone, please reach out via email to media@f1chronicle.com

    - Toto Wolff

    - Nigel Mansell

    - Lewis Hamilton

    - Jenson Button

    - Martin Brundle

    - Daniel Ricciardo

    - Charlie Martin

    - Sir Jackie Stewart

    - Murray Walker

    - Fernando Alonso

    - Roger Penske

    - Jason Plato and Matt Neal

    - Guenther Steiner

    - Kimi Raikkonen

    - Mika Hakkinen

    - Lando Norris

    - Pastor Maldonado

    - Frank Williams

    - Bernie Ecclestone

    - Patrick Head

    - Gordon Murray

    - Ross Brawn

    - Gerhard Burger

    - Nicky Grist

    - Gary Anderdon

    - Jann Mardenbrough

    Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Formula1GridTalk

    • 22 мин.
    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 33: Tyregate

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 33: Tyregate

    Welcome to Episode 33 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

    In this episode joining George we have F1 expert Alex Booth, engineering student Owain Medford, and master of engineering Jack Watson.

    Following on from our Episode 32 ‘Benetton Conspiracy’ of 1994, this week we look at ‘Tyregate’ and the controversial 2005 United States Grand Prix.

    We’ll also look at the latest news including the confirmed races on the 2020 F1 calendar, the latest cancelled races, the fabled cost capping coming into place in 2022, and more…

    In This Episode

    [00.52] 2020 Confirmed F1 calendar and the latest cancelled Grands Prix

    [02.04] Rumoured venues for the 2020 F1 season

    [04.44] F1 cost-cutting initiatives being implemented from 2022

    [07.57] Teams who finish lower in the championship will be given more time in the wind tunnel ahead of the following season

    [10.12] The cost-cutting initiatives are 20 years in the making, and well overdue

    [12.50] Going back in time to the 2005 United States Grand Prix

    [13.11] The race that broke the trust of American F1 fans

    [14.18] Bridgestone v Michelin and the rules around changing tyres in 2005

    [16.49] The introduction of rules designed to curb Ferrari’s dominance played a part

    [18.33] No stone left unturned to get the race to happen

    [23.49] The start of the 2005 United States Grand Prix

    [26.27] Tiago Monteiro was a very happy beneficiary

    [28.59] Michelin accepted responsibility

    [33.12] F1 had their reputation tarnished, but are now welcome in the USA again

    [34.28] A strong American driver would ignite interest in F1 in the USA

    Support the Grid Talk Podcast

    If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.

    You may also like to visit the Grid Talk Podcast store, where we have a range of clothing and homewares featuring some of the most famous Formula 1 driver quotes from over the years – we even have a dedicated Kimi section.

    Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List

    Our panellists have a dream list of guests that we would love to have on the podcast, and using the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, we would love to know if you could help connect us to any of the following people, to see if we can get them on the show.

    If you know someone who knows someone who knows someone, please reach out via email to media@f1chronicle.com

    - Toto Wolff

    - Nigel Mansell

    - Lewis Hamilton

    - Jenson Button

    - Martin Brundle

    - Daniel Ricciardo

    - Charlie Martin

    - Sir Jackie Stewart

    - Murray Walker

    - Fernando Alonso

    - Roger Penske

    - Jason Plato and Matt Neal

    - Guenther Steiner

    - Kimi Raikkonen

    - Mika Hakkinen

    - Lando Norris

    - Pastor Maldonado

    - Frank Williams

    - Bernie Ecclestone

    - Patrick Head

    - Gordon Murray

    - Ross Brawn

    - Gerhard Burger

    - Nicky Grist

    - Gary Anderdon

    - Jann Mardenbrough

    Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Formula1GridTalk

    • 38 мин.
    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 32: The 1994 Benetton Conspiracy

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 32: The 1994 Benetton Conspiracy

    Welcome to Episode 32 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

    In this episode joining George we have F1 expert Alex Booth, engineering student Owain Medford, and master of engineering Jack Watson.

    This week we go back I time to look at the ‘Benetton Conspiracy’ of 1994 that surrounded Michael Schumacher’s first championship, and also review the recent announcements of the cancellation of the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix, as well as the ongoing issues surrounding Williams.

    In This Episode

    [00.49] Cancellation of the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix

    [03.50] Williams lost their title sponsor ROKiT, now what?

    [05.08] Do Williams need manufacturer support to become competitive again?

    [07.33] A look back to the controversial 1994 Formula 1 season.

    [08.24] Ayrton Senna was first to suspect Benetton had traction control in 1994

    [09.38] The start of the 1994 French Grand Prix looked suspicious…

    [11.07] Rev limiters, throttle maps, and bending the rules of traction control

    [13.14] Ferrari and McLaren may have benefited from driver aides in the 1994 Formula 1 season

    [14.33] Michael Schumacher was one of the first to master left-foot braking

    [15.18] The 1994 investigations into McLaren, Ferrari, and Benetton

    [20.21] Jos Verstappen’s 1994 German Grand Prix pit lane fire

    [26.28] Controversy surrounded Michael Schumacher ignoring black flags at the 1994 British Grand Prix

    [28.46] Michael Schumacher won the 1994 Formula 1 Drivers Championship despite the long list of controversies

    [32.19] Driver aides were removed in 1994, but the cars weren’t slowed down at all

    [35.06] The 1994 Formula 1 season saw a lot of inconsistencies in the application of the rules

    [39.28] Did Benetton cheat in the 1994 Formula 1 season, or were they treated harshly?

    Win Formula 1 Merchandise

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    Make sure you enter now, the winner will be announced on Episode 33 of the podcast.

    Support the Grid Talk Podcast

    If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.

    Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List

    Our panellists have a dream list of guests that we would love to have on the podcast, and using the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, we would love to know if you could help connect us to any of the following people, to see if we can get them on the show.

    If you know someone who knows someone who knows someone, please reach out via email to media@f1chronicle.com

    - Toto Wolff

    - Nigel Mansell

    - Lewis Hamilton

    - Jenson Button

    - Martin Brundle

    - Daniel Ricciardo

    - Charlie Martin

    - Sir Jackie Stewart

    - Murray Walker

    - Fernando Alonso

    - Roger Penske

    - Jason Plato and Matt Neal

    - Guenther Steiner

    - Kimi Raikkonen

    - Mika Hakkinen

    - Lando Norris

    - Pastor Maldonado

    - Frank Williams

    - Bernie Ecclestone

    - Patrick Head

    - Gordon Murray

    - Ross Brawn

    - Gerhard Burger

    - Nicky Grist

    - Gary Anderdon

    - Jann Mardenbrough

    Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Formula1GridTalk

    • 38 мин.
    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 31: The Driver Musical Chairs Begins

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 31: The Driver Musical Chairs Begins

    Welcome to Episode 31 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

    In this episode joining George we have McLaren superfan Owen Davies, co-host of The Inside Line Podcast Kunal Shah, and motorsport journalist and broadcaster Chris Medland.

    When Sebastian Vettel announced he would not be renewing his contract with Ferrari at the end of 2020, it kicked off a game of musical chairs that saw Sainz and Ricciardo quickly grab new seats, but may leave the four-time World Champion without a seat for himself in 2021…

    In This Episode
    Sebastian Vettel will leave Ferrari, then what?
    Carlos Sainz makes a big step up going to Ferrari
    Daniel Ricciardo will move to McLaren, is it the right move?
    Doubleheaders at Silverstone and Austria
    Will there be a Portuguese Grand Prix in 2020?

    Support the Grid Talk Podcast

    If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.

    Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List

    Our panellists have a dream list of guests that we would love to have on the podcast, and using the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, we would love to know if you could help connect us to any of the following people, to see if we can get them on the show.

    If you know someone who knows someone who knows someone, please reach out via email to media@f1chronicle.com

    - Toto Wolff

    - Nigel Mansell

    - Lewis Hamilton

    - Jenson Button

    - Martin Brundle

    - Daniel Ricciardo

    - Charlie Martin

    - Sir Jackie Stewart

    - Murray Walker

    - Fernando Alonso

    - Roger Penske

    - Jason Plato and Matt Neal

    - Guenther Steiner

    - Kimi Raikkonen

    - Mika Hakkinen

    - Lando Norris

    - Pastor Maldonado

    - Frank Williams

    - Bernie Ecclestone

    - Patrick Head

    - Gordon Murray

    - Ross Brawn

    - Gerhard Burger

    - Nicky Grist

    - Gary Anderdon

    - Jann Mardenbrough

    Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Formula1GridTalk

    • 33 мин.
    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 30: Ayrton Senna Special

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 30: Ayrton Senna Special

    Welcome to Episode 30 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

    In this episode joining George we have F1 expert Alex Booth, McLaren superfan Owen Davies, and master of engineering Jack Watson.

    Whether you believe he’s the greatest Formula 1 driver of all-time or not, there is no denying the impact Ayrton Senna has, and continues to have, on the world of motorsport. Today we try to do justice to the Brazilian’s incredible career.

    In This Episode

    When Ayrton Senna was tragically taken from the world on the 1st of May 1994 at the San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, the world lost arguably the greatest driver to ever turn a wheel in a Formula 1 car, in what was the blackest day for Grand Prix racing.

    Today we look back at the career of the three-time World Champion, in what would have been his sixtieth year.

    Support the Grid Talk Podcast

    If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.

    Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.

    Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List

    Our panellists have a dream list of guests that we would love to have on the podcast, and using the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, we would love to know if you could help connect us to any of the following people, to see if we can get them on the show.

    If you know someone who knows someone who knows someone, please reach out via email to media@f1chronicle.com

    - Toto Wolff

    - Nigel Mansell

    - Lewis Hamilton

    - Jenson Button

    - Martin Brundle

    - Daniel Ricciardo

    - Charlie Martin

    - Sir Jackie Stewart

    - Murray Walker

    - Fernando Alonso

    - Roger Penske

    - Jason Plato and Matt Neal

    - Guenther Steiner

    - Kimi Raikkonen

    - Mika Hakkinen

    - Lando Norris

    - Pastor Maldonado

    - Frank Williams

    - Bernie Ecclestone

    - Patrick Head

    - Gordon Murray

    - Ross Brawn

    - Gerhard Burger

    - Nicky Grist

    - Gary Anderdon

     

    - Jann Mardenbrough

    Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Formula1GridTalk

    • 45 мин.

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