The Race F1 Podcast brings you comprehensive coverage of every aspect of Formula 1 racing, with discussion of the latest breaking Formula One news, debate about the biggest topics and in-depth analysis after each grand prix.
What the Mercedes F1 technical reshuffle really means
Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell join Edd Straw to discuss James Allison's imminent promotion to chief technical officer at Mercedes, as well as the emerging McLaren v Ferrari battle, Nico Hulkenberg's Aston Martin reserve gig and looking ahead to Imola
What we want to see from the new F1 2021 game
Nathan Quinn, Glenn Freeman and Val Khorounzhiy join Edd Straw to look ahead to F1 2021, the latest edition of the F1 gaming series, and discuss what they want to see in it and future versions of the game
Why Mercedes is stuck with its 2021 rake problem
Gary Anderson and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to take an in-depth look at the disadvantages of the low-rake concepts used by Mercedes and Aston Martin and what can be done to tackle the problem.
Bahrain Grand Prix review
Scott Mitchell and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to look back at the 2021 Formula 1 season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix.
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Season preview: Hopes for a Verstappen v Hamilton title fight
Scott Mitchell, Gary Anderson and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to look ahead to the 2021 Formula 1 season - and evaluate the chances of a genuine fight for the world championship
Mercedes: struggling or sandbagging?
While Red Bull was on top during pre-season testing, there are suggestions Mercedes was overplaying its problems. Karun Chandhok and Scott Mitchell join Edd Straw to delve into just how serious its problems are and why there really is a chance of a close fight at the front in 2021.
Great content as always from The Race!
Very interesting and insightful commentary in the Formula 1 world. Always happy to listen to a new episode!
So tired of track linits
Just put sensors on car land off track do if the cars get 4 wheels of the track they automatically lose 10% fuel flow for 3 seconds.
Great F1 Content All Around
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