Inside Line F1 Podcast

The Inside Line F1 Podcast is a weekly show that adds humour to the otherwise serious world of Formula 1. Hosted by Mithila and Kunal, this podcast offers an alternative view on the sport, business and politics of Formula 1. Our Pits To Podium segment is hosted by Soumil and Kunal. This segment brings to you topical news, previews, race debriefs and feature stories from the world of Motorsport. For your weekly dose of Formula 1 humour, search 'Inside Line F1 Podcast' on your favourite audio streaming app - we are present everywhere on the Internet. Miss us as you wait for our next episode? Engage with us on Facebook. Music courtesy: Lucien Byfieldt Stats courtesy: Sundaram Ramaswami & Nithyanand Ram

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Inside Line F1 Podcast - Bahrain or Bore-rain


The Inside Line F1 Podcast is a unique and humourous view on the sport of Formula1. This Formula1 podcast is produced by Rishi Kapoor and Kunal Shah and can also be accessed via http://www.kunalsf1blog.com

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Here’s what’s in store for you in the latest edition of the Inside Line F1 Podcast: (YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/m-YbsInLd4s) - Should Formula1 drivers ‘ask’ for permission to race? - Would you rate the 2013 Chinese Grand Prix as entertaining? And we give a BIG round of applause to all the drivers on the grid. You should listen to know why! - Rumour has it that Esteban Gutierrez’s Indian visa application for the 2013 Indian Grand Prix is put on hold… - Mark Webber’s lady luck! She keeps flirting with all others but him. Rishi does some math too! - Driver of the 2013 Chinese Grand Prix: Rishi and I have varied choices (again!) - Has Ricciardo upped his game to stake his claim to Webber’s seat in Red Bull Racing? Or will Kimi Raikkonen race for Red Bull Racing in 2014? - Sergio Perez, mindset issue? This Mclaren = Sauber? (i.e. a mid-field team) - Felipe Massa is searching for answers, we give him one… - Over to the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix, Pirelli have changed their tyre allocations. - What impact will have it have on the ‘show’? - 4th winner in 4 races? Is it possible? Who can win in Bahrain? (also, who needs to!) - And Rishi asks, ‘which car is the fastest on the grid currently’?

Hear our previous podcasts 'Kimi Raikkonen To Red Bull Racing In 2014' (http://bit.ly/XSsQDE), 'Multi21, Team Orders And PR Talk' (http://bit.ly/ZnHQnE) and 'Why The Chinese GP Is Shorter' (http://bit.ly/YI6bcH)


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