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 Peter Windsor, award-winning F1 journalist & former team manager with Williams & Ferrari. On the live stream, you can discuss with Peter & our hosts various race-related topics - on-track action, performances, insights & more. Join us to enhance your real-time race viewing experience! Get your FREE access pass: Peter Windsor's live race watchalong session on Paytm Insider with the Inside Line F1 Podcast. 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 near 40,000+ member community on Instagram. Hosts: Soumil Arora, Mithila Mehta & Kunal Shah Stats: Sundaram Ramaswami (aka @f1statsguru) Data: Nithyanand Ram Music courtesy: Lucien Byfieldt

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 22m. Bisher sind 530 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 days 14 hours 26 minutes

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episode 31: 31: Hungarian GP Debrief: Verstappen Goes From Pits To Podium


Did you have a jaw-dropping moment too when Max Verstappen crashed into the barriers while on his way to the grid of the 2020 Hungarian Grand Prix? Helmets off to the Red Bull Racing mechanics! And of course, to Max for a brilliant opening lap and for fending off Valtteri Bottas' podium charge...


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 2020-07-20  25m
 
 

episode 32: 32: Working In F1 Media & Communications | William Ponissi, Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN


Ever wondered what's it like to work in Formula 1? We have kickstarted a special series - 'Working In F1', that will bring to you paddock personalities who tell you exactly how it is to work in Formula 1. In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast (https://link.chtbl.com/ilf1p) , we have William Ponissi (Senior Communications Manager, Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN) who explains the role of media and communications in a Formula 1 team...


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 2020-07-23  47m
 
 

episode 33: 33: Ferrari To Get Lapped At Silverstone?


Mercedes' domination has been confirmed for the 2020 Formula 1 Season...


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 2020-07-30  30m
 
 

episode 34: 34: 3 Wheels On His Wagon, Hamilton Raises The Bar Further


Lewis Hamilton's win at the 2020 British Grand Prix was probably the most-dramatic and luckiest of his career. After all, the six-times World Champion crossed the finish line with only 3 working wheels on his wagon! Unfortunately for Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz Jr., they suffered a far worse fate with similar tyre troubles. Pirelli will be bringing a set of tyres that are a step softer than the ones used in the first race at Silverstone...


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 2020-08-03  36m
 
 

episode 35: 35: 70th Anniversary GP: 5 Things To Watch For


The 70th Anniversary Grand Prix will be Formula 1's second-ever back-to-back race at the same venue. In this Pits To Podium (https://bit.ly/pitstopodium) segment, Soumil and Kunal discuss the 5 things to watch for in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix...


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 2020-08-06  21m
 
 

episode 36: 36: F1 Teams Reallocate €400,000 In Annual Budget For 2021


Could the FIA be setting a new precedent in Formula 1 after their ruling in the Renault-Racing Point protest? Picture this for 2021: a team could copy a rival's car (the Racing Point way!), pre-pay €400,000 as a penalty to the FIA, start the season with -15 points and go racing! In this Pits To Podium (https://bit.ly/pitstopodium) segment, Soumil and Kunal discuss the ruling - one that still allows Racing Point to retain their competitive advantage...


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 2020-08-07  14m
 
 

episode 37: 37: Maximum Verstappen Wins 70th Anniversary GP


At the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing delivered a superlative performance backed by a bold strategy to halt Mercedes' dominant run in 2020 and score their first victory of the season. In this Pits To Podium (https://bit.ly/pitstopodium) segment, Soumil and Kunal discuss Verstappen's max-imum drive, Pirelli's 'ballooning' tyres, Mercedes' blisters and Charles Leclerc's Alonso-esque climb to fourth...


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 2020-08-10  24m
 
 

episode 38: 38: Verstappen-Red Bull: A Small Chance To Win In Spain?


Could Mercedes be challenged by Max Verstappen-Red Bull Racing at the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix, too? From how we see it, there might be a small chance. And if are you Max Verstappen, that's probably enough. For starters, the track temperature will be warmer - teams are used to testing at the Circuit de Catalunya in February and racing in May. The mid-August summer could see higher than normal track temperatures - one of the few factors that can rattle the otherwise robust Mercedes cars...


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 2020-08-13  21m
 
 

episode 39: 39: Spanish GP: Two-Stop Races Won't Always Be A Belter!


At the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix, the heat and tyres were expected to halt Mercedes' dominant run once again. However, Mercedes-Hamilton delivered their strongest performance of the season to further their championship advantage. The race was also proof that two-stop races won't always be a belter!  Such has been Mercedes' form in the 2020 Formula 1 season, that Max Verstappen finishing second in a race is definitely an over-achievement...


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 2020-08-16  51m
 
 

episode 40: 40: Liberty Media's Formula 1, Finally


Since buying Formula 1 in 2017, Liberty Media finally have control over all major elements that define the series - a budget cap, new regulations and the recently signed Concorde Agreement. Helmets off to Liberty Media for delivering these radical changes despite the challenges thrown by the ongoing pandemic. And of course, it's great that all 10 teams will continue in the sport till at least 2025. In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast (https://link.chtbl...


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 2020-08-24  23m