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 14: 14: Virtual Grands Prix: Not The Future Of F1, Please?

Okay, the question has to be asked. Are 'Virtual Grands Prix' the future of Formula 1? For our sake, let's really hope not. We'd rather that it was Formula E! The question also has to be asked - how much is too much when it comes to the virtual races? There's a race every second day! Anyone who is a someone is trying their hand at virtual racing - heck, we even had a cricketer and golfer try their luck. In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast ( , we ask if fans tune in to the virtual races for the non-racing banter than the racing itself.'re not alone if you're tuning in for the latter ;-) Also in this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, would a team opt to leave Formula 1 if the new Concorde Agreement continues with the historic wrongdoing? The classic races are a good marketing tool - for the old and new fans; we bring to you a recap of the 1994 Japanese Grand Prix (courtesy: Lucien). Finally, what are the financial benefits of hosting two races on one weekend? In fact, we tell you why it might be difficult for Formula 1 to go down this road. Tune in! (Season 2020, Episode 14) Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00 - Anyone who is someone is trying their hand at virtual you have a setup, too? 3:00-6:00 - Is there an overdose of virtual racing in our lives? For us, the 'non-racing' banter is more welcome than the racing itself. 6:00-9:00 - A blessing in disguise for Formula 1 that the Concorde Agreement for 2021 and onward is yet to be signed? Will the sport undo the historic wrongdoing? 9:00-12:00 - The classic races are a good marketing tool for Formula 1, are you enjoying them, too? Btw, Formula 1 should use this content irrespective of race cancellations 12:00-15:00 - Re-live the classic 1994 Japanese Grand Prix with Lucien 15:00-18:00 - Why hosting two races on a single weekend might not make financial sense for the sport, teams, promoters and broadcasters. Also, how will Formula 1 overcome the international travel restrictions for team personnel & drivers? 18:00-21:00 -  IF we do have a 2020 Formula 1 season, Daniel Ricciardo will have a slower car AND a lesser salary, sigh! 21:00-end - Nicholas Latifi's present, Williams. His future, Mclaren? Will Michael Latifi ever use his 'investor trump card' for his son? Subscribe via our magic link ( that works on all devices & platforms! Official Page: Facebook ( Follow our hosts on Twitter: Mithila Mehta ( and Kunal Shah ( Music courtesy: Lucien Byfieldt ( Image courtesy: Formula 1 


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