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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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 14 hours 25 minutes

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episode 1: 1: Did Arrivabene End Up Paying For Vettel's Mistakes?


Well, someone had to pay the price for Ferrari's debacle in 2018\. But by promoting Mattia Binotto, has Ferrari promoted their best engineer in a non-engineering role? The start to 2019 has been explosive in many ways - the other being the super-entertaining and unpredictable Marrakesh ePrix.  In this week's episode of the [Inside Line F1 Podcast](http://bit...


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 2019-01-14  21m
 
 

episode 2: 2: Here We Go, Talking About F1


Yes, we talk about Formula 1 all the time, but in this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we talk to _Mr. Talking About F1_ himself - Graham Keilloh. Keilloh, who is a seasoned Motorsport journalist, talks to us about the upcoming season. Some of the topics discussed on this week's show include the team management changes at Ferrari and Mclaren, the new driver line-ups, if the new aero regulations will shake up the competitive order and 5 things to look forward to in 2019\...


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 2019-01-22  47m
 
 

episode 3: 3: FIA Play Party (Mode) Pooper For 2019


So much for Red Bull Racing chasing the infamous 'party mode' in Formula 1\. The FIA have introduced rules in 2019 that could see the end of the (legal) tricks used to engage the power boost during qualifying. Level the playing field, we hope. This means that in 2019, Red Bull Racing will miss the 'party mode' and their party boy, Daniel Ricciardo.  In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we dissect Racing Point's alternate theory to Darwin's - the 'survival of the slowest'...


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 2019-02-05  25m
 
 

episode 4: 4: Rich Energy + Red Bull = Monster?


In the 'battle of the energy drinks' in Formula 1, everyone is talking about Rich Energy vs. Red Bull Racing. But what about Monster? Wouldn't growing horns and wings make one a Monster? Yes, there's this and more in our episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast...


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 2019-02-13  18m
 
 

episode 5: 5: F1 Testing: Spying Is The Best Form Of Flattery


The first official pre-season test of the 2019 Formula 1 season has only just concluded. Apart from Ferrari and Alfa Romeo's radically different (and similar?) front wings, what was our highlight of the test? This Ferrari engineer spying the Mclaren car in a not so spy-like manner. Given how testing form goes, we say that spying is the best form of flattery...


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 2019-02-21  24m
 
 

episode 6: 6: F1 Testing: Merc's Two-Spec Approach Could Backfire


The pre-season tests of the 2019 Formula 1 Season have concluded. We share our summarised notes from #F1Testing - the bigger story being Mercedes' rumoured two-spec car approach for the season. As smart as it sounds, could such a strategy also backfire? While Williams struggled to build one car on time, Mercedes seems to have built two! We discuss this and more in this week's episode of the [Inside Line F1 Podcast](http://bit.ly/ilf1ponkf1b)...


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 2019-03-01  20m
 
 

episode 7: 7: From World Champions To Mule Champions


Williams F1 Team - is still in the pre-season spotlight; for all the wrong reasons. One wonders what it could be like once the season starts, but then, we could have other under-performers to focus on. And would that be Mclaren? Well, Helmut Marko certainly thinks so...


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 2019-03-08  23m
 
 

episode 8: 8: Why We Want Season 2 Of Drive To Survive, Netflix-F1 Show


The Netflix-Formula 1 documentary has taken the world by storm. Yes, we mean the entire world and not just the smallish-large world of Formula 1 fans. While Formula 1 is hoping that the documentary brings newer audiences to the sport, we're wondering how many Formula 1 fans bought a Netflix subscription to watch the series. The reverse cross-over, as we call it in this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast (http://bit.ly/ilf1ponkf1b) ...


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 2019-03-13  22m
 
 

episode 9: 9: F1 2019: Watch Out For The Rookies


The rookies are out to take Formula 1 by storm. Max Verstappen started the trend, followed by Charles Leclerc and now there's four more on the grid in 2019 - Lando Norris, George Russell, Alexander Albon and Antonio Giovinazzi. But there is something about these millennial rookies that makes them formidable talents. We can't last remember when Formula 1 had so many rookies line-up on the grid. Basically, the top-3 Formula 2 drivers from 2018 have been promoted to race in Formula 1 in 2019\...


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 2019-03-16  33m
 
 

episode 10: 10: The Question NASA Should've Asked Lewis Hamilton


Lewis Hamilton actually had the gall to ask NASA if the moon landing was faked. In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we wonder if NASA could've been this honest with Hamilton too and if so, we tell you the most pertinent question they could've asked our five-times World Champion. Okay, no hate guys - spread the love!   Also in this episode, do we really have a new Valtteri Bottas? We discuss Ralf Schumacher's statements...


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 2019-03-22  20m