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Peter Windsor is back on the Inside Line F1 Podcast. In this episode, Peter shares some of his favourite memories from Formula 1's time in Brazil.
"Without Emerson Fittipaldi, we wouldn't have had an Ayrton Senna or Nelson Piquet," says Peter. This episode is a must-listen; co-hosted by Soumil Arora.
(Season 2022, Episode 67)
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Max Verstappen soared Sky high in the 2022 Mexico Grand Prix. So much so that he & Red Bull Racing decided to 'boycott' one of the most-famous official broadcasters of the sport.
Join our race watchalong sessions with the award-winning journalist & team manager (Williams & Ferrari), Peter Windsor.
On the live stream, you can discuss with Peter & our hosts various race-related topics - performances, insights & more...
Apart from Sergio Perez & the Mexican Formula 1 fans - there's a lot to look forward to this weekend. Audi-Sauber's most-recent announcement, the Alpine-FIA protest, a carry forward from the last race in COTA - and a Mexican Wave, perhaps?
Join our race watchalong sessions with the award-winning journalist & team manager (Williams & Ferrari), Peter Windsor...
For a Grand Prix that was well-cooked, Apple's Tim Cook definitely under-cooked the chequered flag at the Circuit of the Americas for the 2022 United States Grand Prix.
In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast: Soumil and Kunal review the 10th anniversary edition of the United States Grand Prix - a race that gave us Versappen vs. Leclerc, Verstappen vs. Hamilton, Hamilton vs. Vettel AND Vettel vs. lots of others...
'Keep Austin Weird' is the slogan adopted to promote small businesses in Austin, Texas. Legendary American Formula 1 broadcaster Bob Varsha tells us in this episode that Formula 1 at the Circuit of the Americas helps 'Keep Austin Weird'.
It's the 10th anniversary of the United States Grand Prix - the return of Formula 1 to the USA. And there's lots to look forward to apart from Daniel Ricciardo's off-track shenanigans and Bob's re-appearance on the Inside Line F1 Podcast...
As we look forward to the 2022 United States Grand Prix, here is the first of our two special episodes.
Legendary broadcaster, award-winning Formula 1 journalist & former F1 team manager Peter Windsor joins Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah in this special episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast...
Congratulations to Max Verstappen & Red Bull Racing!
But did the FIA mess up another title-winning race & season for Max Verstappen? It seems that only the FIA knew what rules were in play, which apparently, seem to have been a loophole they didn't know they had written!
What does Max Verstappen need to do to win a title cleanly? WHAT IF the 2022 Japanese GP was a title-deciding race between Verstappen and Charles Leclerc? Oh yes, LEC made a mistake...
Suzuka is special, for the teams-drivers, for Honda & for Yuki Tsunoda. But above all else, it's special for the Japanese Formula 1 fans. They're a different breed altogether. Passionate, knowledgeable, respectful & humble. We're only glad that they'll get their taste of Formula 1 for the first time since 2019. And definitely, their super-cool merchandise is the one thing we're going to look out for at every session...
Tune in to our 2022 Singapore Grand Prix review episode.
Could Ferrari or Mercedes have won this race? Could the FIA have started the race earlier than they eventually did? And of course, 'jewellery gate' & now 'budget cap-gate' coming up.
(Season 2022, Episode 59)
'Tight-twisty, hot-humid, physically demanding, Asian race but on European timezone' - some of the buzzwords we expect to hear as Singapore returns to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix.
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...