Inside Line F1 Podcast

Hosted by FIA-accredited print & TV journalists, the Inside Line F1 Podcast is a weekly show that offers an alternative view on the sport, business and politics of Formula 1. On our channel, you will find race reviews, previews, interviews and features through the Formula 1 season. Join our race watchalong sessions with the legendary British Formula 1 commentator Steve Slater (ex-Sky TV, ESPN, Star Sports). On the live stream, you can discuss with Steve & our hosts various race-related topics - strategies, performances, insights & more. Join us to enhance your real-time race viewing experience! Get your access pass: Paytm Insider & Inside Line F1 Podcast - Race Watchalong with Steve Slater. We are an independent Formula 1 podcast available everywhere on the Internet - search 'Inside Line F1 Podcast' on your favourite audio streaming app.  Miss us as you wait for our next episode? Join our 25,000+ member community on Instagram. Hosts: Soumil Arora, Mithila Mehta & Kunal Shah Stats: Sundaram Ramaswami (aka @f1statsguru) Data: Nithyanand Ram Music courtesy: Lucien Byfieldt


episode 42: 42: Verstappen's Comments Are Fun, Just Like His Racing

Max Verstappen's been having fun - more so in his media briefings than his Red Bull Racing car; especially in the races after the summer break. But could his latest 'Ferrari are cheating' comment cost him a potential drive with the Scuderia in the future? Let's hope the young Dutch prodigy doesn't lock himself out from global car manufacturers who spend millions on their Motorsport programs world over. It's too early to forget Fernando Alonso and the learnings from his mistakes. The second story we talk about is the possibility of Lewis Hamilton joining Ferrari in the future. After all, could he target what the great Michael Schumacher attempted to do and failed? The dream of winning a Formula 1 World Championship title with the two giants of the sport - Ferrari and Mercedes.  Also in this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we wonder if Sebastian Vettel will trigger the next big changes in the driver silly season. Why is Jacques Villeneuve always so anti-Williams? We discuss Formula 1's socialist approach - the financial regulations and why they could be good for the entire ecosystem. Chase Carey's target of having at least 7 teams challenge for race wins under the new regulations and all the noise around Renault's possible exit from Formula 1. How many times have they quit Formula 1 only to re-join after a few seasons? Tune in! (Season 2019, Episode 42) Subscribe: iTunes ( , audioBoom ( (RSS feed for all devices), Spotify ( and Google Podcasts ( Official Page: Facebook ( Follow our hosts on Twitter: Mithila Mehta ( and Kunal Shah ( (Image courtesy: Red Bull Content Pool)


 2019-11-08  23m