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Fresh update on "grand prix" discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

00:34 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "grand prix" discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"The got comfortable enough to cross the line with time to spare even mocks did chasing down which just us just not what we want to stay. So yeah, good on him I I really really applaud and it's the kind of attitude that we need CMO of informing one. I think indeed what was interesting was As he sagesse about about the British Grand Prix victory, there is still remain question marks where rebel made the right decision to pick for staff and so late in the race and how that ultimately did cost them the wind but they weren't to know what was going to happen with how much entire sign this style this time around however, they played the perfect stress. Chico the key to call was absolutely decisive for things. Who applies for and had to be a little bit talked into doing he adds a binds doing it. He said, he didn't he make use of it but then the short stint in the middle as you're saying, you know they, they effectively unleashed him at this point because we had another radio message, which is why give it everything from? What are fully Sunday and it's just like, yeah, go fred CCA for you get by that point they they made Mercedes makeup potential strategic error here that now toto will is convinced that you know whatever they did. There was no winning the race and I happen because they at the same time for hard tires but. They knew that they were going to lose that race because the pace that stop in hearts had had all throughout both. By stints on the on the heart. And the mediums but by taking us in at the same time, they effectively ended the chance fame to be stepping. Had they kept him out as they ultimately ended up doing Lewis Hamilton that was chance I mean obviously, we know wouldn't have come off but it was nevertheless a chance and you can understand why bought us was annoyed but toto walks point of view is the fact that they took is of potassium car and found there was actually still rubber left on them and that's what they were right? Okay. We probably probably not going to work, but we'll give go with with Lewis and we can keep out saying you know I'm GonNa try and do a one stop. ABC You. See if he could you out optimal use worry the ties might blow up. So that's why I could have all kind nothing. And then in the end, that's what does verve ask is how much and has a tire advantage but jake coming to you what what was it because I mean this is on those tires. What was it that Mercedes would have seen because if you look at it just a TV camera. On both Mercedes cars at times completely gone and it was almost a wonder that that worse didn't happens on what's incisors Z. carried on what was what was going on with the rubber please. A strange. So that was big thousands of a blistering on the fire. These teams have usually sophisticated senses on the car that can see ties hemorrhages and things like that is gold these Tom Multiples as well, which is how they try and predict. How Tar is GonNa work over race simulations, and if it's a full Ming according to these. Manufacturer instructions if you like then there's not really much of a cause for concern. is when you suddenly get job, that's when you need to start a. Little bit but then again happens very very suddenly. Demery night towards the end of the race I think Hamilton did a long stint ties looks really angry. He's got bring in seeing any gang and he didn't seem to, in fact getting foster I was looking at times as doing live sex keep people informed equally one and he was he was getting quicker. So they was still lighting take EEC sake if people what they want, but I read a complaint, the autosport news about one of your jokes and would you like to share that with the listeners dot iceberg awesome. was here we get complaints this may maybe the joke. Yet. The days drag on. Walks into a ball hounded bob and says, would you like the best says can I get a whiskey and? Beer Nippon says why the big polls and the best says Osborn with them. Thighs the exact reaction that jake deserve jake I mean I, set you up for that. I think I preferred the joke that you put on today about the music. Interests One. Oh Yeah. Okay. I miss that. Th. There's a reason why we don't follow this line. We take. Interestingly. Not. Looking. Before a hamburger with year there to win meals a field and one says the kind of music delight nearly one says I'm a big match will find actually no fat. Every now and then you'll jokes I start off in thinking I'm going to hate them, and then actually I chuckled. No more than that very guy. Well. Yes. Let's get back to the seventeenth anniversary Grand Prix, which I still think is very strange name. I didn't hear the seventy if national anthem the start of you anything more the British. National. What is it? That, we wanted this older f one team chain maybe on the flute, which is a very hilarious youtube clip unfortunately, not interesting is very interesting to the end of the race. Again, just to listen to the radio messages, he was having yet another joke where engineer I mean, this guy's just got you know he's just got issues called brain space. You have very very cheeky from stop and we saw him the last race when you so running third and pretty much on Maroon design and he radio engineers lie have you had a drink sure say hydrates and engineers like yeah yeah yeah. And then today I think it. Came through on the last lap. So probably would have been the announcement of the race but he went into his engineer and he was sent hydrated lie my sweat say make sure you sanitize your hands and things like that and it just. Shows sort of how calm and how in control Max was right through that race and. There were a couple of times that even what happened from was eking out that thought stint and they said, pick up your pace. Now find multi just cover off Hamilton and Katie does a one stop Max's. reacted. Immediately put the hammer down, pulled the pain and Mercedes Boise whatnot. There's no way we're going to hold on brought and then straight away and yeah I mean, he was just dot com and not in control and it's amazing for young line of twenty two years old I think to be sort chilled out and about to win a Grand Prix and basically caused a huge surprise and beating both those. Mercedes and yet just be like Bechuanaland checking them engineer and big guy may show that he's having the drink. Let's go to a driver. He wasn't very happy. Come the end of the race and that's Valerie. Said immediate stepping out of the colleagues at the Mercedes? Was Sleeping when it came to the battle, we've Max stopping. So it's overdress I understand why? It was annoyed by by the strategy and how things how things turned out basis. We're all annoyed Mercedes never takes defeat very well, let's face it although interesting lots to talk for people turning up in the Paddock nineteen fifties, outfits. Mercedes losing a race finishing although they weren't the ones doing that was a broadcaster I believe it was the additives race and but yet jess coming coming to you three. I, mean. What did you make reaction to defeat I? Mean no driver likes to lose but say it was interesting. Because considering one of the reasons why he's been kept on at Mercedes just because he doesn't rock the boat was just to hear him come out with a with a common. You slightly criticizing the team there. He said I think no driver likes to start a race from pole and ended up that it's just not where they expect to be and as the lead driver they expect to be given the optimal strategy and a task made it very clear that he was given the sub optimal strategy at this rice but. It was it was a race wet clearly Mercedes with feeling the heat literally and.

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Fresh update on "grand prix" discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

00:45 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "grand prix" discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"History Silverstein hosted a second Formula One world championship racing one season but it was a very different results. What we saw in the British grand, Prix, are we at the same venue in a pretty stunning turnaround Max for stopping and red bull exploited stronger strategy on a day with a softer Pirelli ties and hot truck temperatures combines give its first defeat of the twenty twenty season. The cates overstatements win was he's starting tire the heart with which he was the only driver to get three key to. The harder rubber, match the mediums on the team and say he's caused at the stop. MEMPHIS IPHONE was able to really pressure the two leaders off what led away from pole position. For staff maintain these pace advantage after them said's. And although he came out just behind us after his first, then he had nevertheless past. Hamilton was on fresh for stop and use that to immediately attack impossible task and when they came in together for their second final stops, he maintained the net lead how went and tried to stretch second stint into a one one-stop. Every blistering on his retires concerns about a possible repeat lake puncture as Hamilton had had last weekend meant he abandoned attempts uses fresh tyres the pasta superb one stopping Charles the Clare and even charged up to task deprived his teammate of second stop and brand clear to take a famous win. The close Lasi UNSEE Yonis. Rise from eighth to fourth, which he described as like a victory while Alex put in a series of bow posses declined from his P. Nine quit spot to fit at the flag launched our lead her Nico Berg down to seven with an extra third stop. But he encountered big vibrations from his ties late on in the race on his Formula One racer and the other Ferrari said that blame self for the Star but came back to eleventh still frustrated by Ferrari strategy course and Danny Ricardo in. A similar off with what he called a spin. So joining League Smith and we're back from the tracking our hotel in nearby toaster emojis bought networks director of Digital Strategy Jess McFadden I know sports, technical editor, Jake Box Oleg. So guys, what do we make of the race jake year on autosport live gt as ever captain live I like to call you I nicknamed you particularly enjoy. What did you give there is today it was a good race wasn't a had lots talk about Sinai see someone other than a Mercedes win for. ABSO- The bus is this ever going to ends the impact, the absolute drive, his life today stunning rice as well. goes to show software revelatory can day as well. Phenomenal rights. I'm tested UC snapping victory happening before dawn today. Anybody, really expect to anybody that Mercedes to take a one or two in any of the races this season let alone today's race but if anybody was gonna do it, it was gonna be Max stop in and it was going to be red bull on an alternate ties stress Jay we were roped off seeing how that was going to play out a couple of racism I. For different reasons. But we got to see it play out today and play out it did and we got to Chink in Mercedes. ALMA which I think for everybody at home watching is what we really want to see and it's it's really spicy championship up now Max's jumped up to second place in the driver's standings leapfrog fell three both us and all of a sudden we've got a bit of a fight on our hands absolutely again, it makes you wonder what could have been possible in the Australian grand, Prix, the season openers you're referencing there Jesse certainly it backs up Rabuka Rep really felt that that. Was the missed opportunity stop, and the fact that he was starting on a contretemps strategy interestingly, that diving, the real key difference today was the softest at the Peretti compounds Mercedes really just struggle without today it was a combination of that at the silverstone strike is he wrote in your place autosport dot Com after the British Grand Prix, such a high entity track, and that keeps it is such a hard time. Miss. Mercedes. W eleven is so pretty and it has so much downforce. It can take corner lays corners so much faster than everybody else. That's ultimately what did for them when they were pushed wherever stop. WAS She early in the race, the eighties we're in trouble and we were saying you're leaving the Chaco I you'd APPs there and suddenly the second verstappen's back in the game. Yes. Very impressive. I bulwark on it so quickly and The Cave of stop them wars passing Nagoya combat, United Great Stop Strapped Inside Abbey so that that was that done and then yeah. So about three seconds backwards. So for from Zaid's and think that was really the decisive point in the right like eighties were able to build the gap and make. Enough an advantage with the medium tyre the stop would have been in trouble. Actually, he was to keep the GOP stable I think no more than about three and a half seconds, and then actually make roads on both. Mercedes. Drivers very, very very quick to catch up to Lewis, Hamilton? A couple of looks at the inside, but it was never really close enough to attempt to pass. Close enough to put pressure on and by the time the both inside he's come into the pits stopping easily into the lead and a long way Clare and I think that was really the the way the race was won and we had over team radio that represents him the whole buckle ma'am. How got make these ties lost and he said I'm not his drive like grandma like I need to be able to purchase lot. We've got an opportunity here. Let's get on with an attack the MERCS, and that's exactly what he did like. This was the one chance they've had really all season to actually take the. Team Mercedes and he took full advantage of that and took an excellent race victory. He did indeed and it was really instinct to hear that radio message in the first in because Christian ornery stained afterwards, the Rep or knew exactly what they were going to do with the cutesy strategy it was we don't have any other choice to really take the fight eighties we do something different. So they did it but it was a little bit of concern you could hear that in the in the race engineer some extra stop and he's message being like you know you to close think about the ties because report will like. We may be slightly worried. He's just going to give away what advantage he's already on track, which is where Mercedes Clear at that time to really go fast verstappen having absolutely none of it. So as I just what did you make if that radio and what does that show us about Max snapping his temperament and and his desire to have a good battle winnow trying things on track God bless Marxist happen I. Think you've just got to say that having because he. Wanted the main criticisms or one of the criticisms that we've got at the moment is is to data driven. It's too much. Is One on the pit wall is one on overlays and it's one just finding those last seconds of of time of your competitive but based on a simulation on what driver field. So Max kicking back is engineer and saying Jim what guys screw what the data's telling me screen the temperature set saying if I chase I'm GonNa lose these marks. WE'RE GONNA lose the race. It's just great to hear a driver having not strength of character at on and going based on what he feels that. Obviously, it was very early in the race that he was saying this so you know. Maybe we wouldn't be saying the same thing had his ties exploded and he was out of the race, but that didn't happen he managed it brilliantly, he played the perfect game and we got some fight and feistiness in the mix as well. Sire semi it was I. Think I punch the when I heard him say that and it's just like good on your Max go go for it. We want some racing we want some real racing. We want somebody to take it to the mucks because the last thing we wanted was to watch the Max fly at the ride see later. Races in hand another one like last weekend where the fact that Hamilton one on three tires and had.

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Fresh "Grand Prix" from The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

00:56 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "Grand Prix" from The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"It's a semi, is like a semi permeable bubble where? You play as a plays all gonna be able to kind of get out and do do say please and maybe maybe the bubble is actually is a misnomer and actually we should be lip focusing less on on that time because I think maybe it's it's getting some people. So faddem. Coop. That interpretation is yeah. It's like the rules in the at the moment like Northern Ireland Scotland Wales and England. All have different regulations and rules and is quite confusing if you go a different like regulation in each different places at knowing what is actually correct. Oh No. I mean sometimes obviously taken very seriously others less one player Joe is taking it extremely seriously is Belinda bench who am she was playing at like Swiss team tournament. And she refused to play against Leoni curtain who had flown back from them. In the. And that's because that. We that was a player who tested positive at Pelham. Although couldn't herself was tested and the result was negative and she was given the go-ahead to play. At this event bench decided that you know she would draw the nor says she kind of withdrew From the match as a bit of a protest if you like. What you make it is that is that being to to careful because if we're going to. Bench is being very, very careful I. You would think that she's not GonNa be paying the USA Putin. If she's worried about this risk than other Nathan USA seemed like a greater risk than playing against someone who's being tested and he's being tested and it's negative. Yeah it's really interesting because. This situation is showing you the. The the sorts of attitudes, the players have to health and. It. Feels like bench is the first example. I've Saito flock player literally so far on one end of the spectrum being lie I don't want to you risk. Your risk getting corona virus if player who even tested negative. Step onto a court wave and. I. Wonder Is. I didn't know how sustainable is going on for like bit. Tournament. Bench has got pulled out of Prague. I think next week. But you know. Some take caught me catch me by surprise but I think it just kind of shows you the the source of there are degrees of how serious kind of players all. Taking this and it's you know it's up to them in terms of how they how they how they play an E. bench is one of those players is sounds like she's taking absolutely start taking absolutely anything anything for granted now exactly and talking about the US apron players you know taking various degrees of risk and you know we've we've obviously had the announcement prior that we had the likes of Ashbal. Curious, who a not going to be playing it. Since our lost episode of See Rafeh has come out officially confirmed that he's not buffet which I think most people had ashamed. That was going to be the case sitting as he. Exclusively Yeah exactly. If you're just doing it for suspended because yeah didn't. A. And we had on the women's side, split Selena and Kiki Burton saying that they're going to skip it as well. So you know some some what else to the women's top top ten Golden. You. Know I mean it's GonNa be on both sides depleted draw of see fetters also out at Stanford brinker fees. Go. She says that Joe there's been some of the other guys who've who've join us well, for various reasons some I think oversee injured anyway. For meaning Folk Meena. Yes. So. Again it raises the question of, is this going to be? A massive asterisk the IT. Yes. It's a really tricky because they the entry lists came out, and since then we've been seeing a trickle of of players announce then then not going to play and I think. Like three four days in after that entry list was announced. We already seeing pretty pretty big chunks of he plays at. The top in the in the top of the rankings kind of put out there are still some sort of undecided. Will. They waste scenarios namely, Novak Djokovic hasn't committed as of yet simone. How that it doesn't feel like she's going to be playing nuts not necessarily been confirmed either nor has defending champion address gay who that was all sorts of conspiracy theories around Tweeden The USA doubts on twitter at the women's singles Entry Field A. Photo wasn't part of the the infographics say you know. There's still a lot of uncertainty and I think the the more the more of these quality players don't play. As you said the the bigger the question becomes is how with the integrity of the sap and is this the US Open beat him and? I was trying to think back to you know examples of times have happened recently where. You know whether the field may have been depleted a little bit and do we kind of talk? Do we talk as much about that and I kind of get back to the 2017 USA pin where you might remember Kim the Dow one it. Married play Jackovitch didn't play think San covering didn't play with both the to fun this from the preceding year and. Rafeh when. He had a very comfortable draw all the way through to the final pay show in in the semi, but Yanni dropped one set in the whole tournament. and. I Guess Sarah's question narrow. We don't really talk about that one is I should not stressed because three Grand Slam winners didn't didn't play it but this feels a bit more I. Think this is I think we're a bit more kind of aware of all the top players kind of pulling out and. That's that's going to have an effect. Isn't it? Well, as a Fan Joel? I quite enjoyed a two thousand seventeen years. Don't you think I'll enjoy this year. USA Boom. Say Much. Yeah I guess. It's because of everything that's going on it's it's like Botch more emphasis on it isn't it reminds me if I didn't if You into F warm. But like years ago the the American Grand Prix because of the tires. Ties would like really don't. She say she likes Sixteen Calls United off the stall finish off to the warm up lap they. She just went into some light boycotted the race because it wasn't safe for them to to actually drive. So there like an eighty six calls, umbrage ties racing and it. Just reminds me of that is like mass walkout of players could potentially happen in like the next week or say depending. Final decisions and such like I mean, this is shame because I'd like to a high quality automated I'm sure it was still will be full of great tennis but I mean, would you say that.

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Fresh "Grand Prix" from The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

00:45 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Grand Prix" from The Autosport Podcast

"Podcast on the ice. Focus. Savings. Let another one two in qualifying the seventieth anniversary grand brave Silverstein foundry triumph liberalism in qualifying. Build. Up to the sitting session was dominated by talk about tires thanks the compound steps, Safa police both this millions event. That meant auditing key to avoid setting their soft times on the soft rubber and ultimately variance to choose between on the media tile over one off. In fact, the Mercedes swapped from the soft medium fun who runs three at what did enough to Q. Three defeats the Hamilton last weekend's which. Behind them, the other big story of the day was unfolding as Nico took can incredible place racing point as he again deputises in place of Sergio Perez that meant he beat ripples mattress. Chapin's be best to the rest behind the dominant Mercedes. But the Dutchman may have up his leave. He would start the race on the hard ties compared to the mediums for the Mercedes drivers and Ho- Kambauk, joining me tonight sports, F former boards leaks, and again, as you'll be able to hear, we have according in the restaurant of a hotel herring types they're having works, Bahati appetite covering the qualifying action. So resigned today. So how you and how hungry I is very hungry very busy indeed. I didn't qualify often be straightforward a Fab I. Think Today's one with the step soft tyres. I. Mean obviously that crazy lots of talking points is we're GONNA get into I'm sure and Yeah. Really really fascinating resolves thing out the failed. We've also got all the political drama ongoing as well that we talked on on Thursday and. Friday as well. So it's yet lost talking points to get into. Yeah, it's been a really busy weekend. Has Absolutely. Yes indeed. Definitely keen prophets arrive in the meantime we have all failed Formula One action and the big talking points. Say Faust rebuts US up wins in my script he's. One position isn't one the rates yet there anyway, but exactly fixed the qualifying deficit had of the British grand brain. We're both in the press conference after the session and it was fair to say Lewis Brinson didn't seem to take his his qualifying defeat. Boundary asks you know you just did a better job on the day wasn't willing to get into all the details of where he was defeated. But yet what s needs today if he's going to make up Ground in the title flight is to just take everything that's whole positions race victories being Hamilton every stage and he's he's done first bit. He's got pole position. How do you think how did how did you react and how did he react to gain poll? As a mega display and as I think, I've mentioned earlier this week that. Has Been Brilliant so far for much of the season, he's really really pushed Hamilton heart and low places and beginning qualifying us, three tenths of a second Jefferson said, he wasn't really comfortable with how things went. We saw his face was end of key three last stay this time around he was able to redirect infix and he said also the session. The sets up deficit with his car it was really getting race trim then quality chairman the final push lap of Paul wasn't quite where he wanted. It's baby this summer already fixed. All of that learn from mistakes and us a six hundred of a second gap to Hamilton both I saw only needed. A display and I think that he This weekend seems very, he's very settled like you said from the beginning of practice he was much happier with the direction. The team is going in with the setup with the car. So there's already stepped in while I think and. Ultimate power as he did was massively impressive. Well, yes. As I said, Lewis Brinson not very happy in second in qualifying this time around. I. Mean You can't have frankly. But yeah it was interesting that this was almost the almost the exact reverse of what happened in in key three last weekend in the how much of. Lead the way off the first ones today and it was pass that turned around. But the difference here was they changed highs they went from the soft to the mediums and also about the press conference because he was an, it was an interesting way of doing it. You know just. Danny McCarthy stuck to his guns on the mediums of guys. The other way master stop them from medium to soft. But I said it was that was that. Was An individual thing. But I was like, no, we didn't ask team beforehand and we were just it was just the time to go on for them. Just a bit more gerbil basically because the this effectively giving up for the last few corners. But yeah. What do you? What do you expect? This will mean Louis tomorrow maybe. I don't think he'll be two up about it I, mean of. The sulk in the press conferences tends to be the way whenever Lewis doesn't get pole position. But then again, you don't get. Ninety one polls having that kind of kind of laser focus. So yeah I mean he was he was off season disappointed to miss out but I think for the race Moore I think he's just got A. Gilmer light he knows they know it's going to be challenged on ties. They know that strategy is going to be a big. Big. Consideration. And a big issue, and as is the way Mercedes always do it like they will not strategies. It'll be whoever's leading on track gas piracy therefore, basically both of them do everything, they can be the first man leading the end of that first lap gaffe, the IRS ranger, the guy behind com sort of attempt to move or anything like that Louis Kenedy you just gotTa do that set of any sort of concerns that boss hospital have all the favorable strategy options because we see this is degrading much that really one lap on the car the. Probably will like have a big swings more I think. Absolutely, and it's interesting to look again back to last weekend because, of course, following on the same track is great to have all these references was bought. Asked that made the better start when it came to the to the star British Grand Prix. Interesting peaking repeat not tomorrow babies. There is how you can get along side. We have seen that I breaking at three. The has been drama there in the past think back to twenty eighteen. Of wiping out our reading, turning him around the carry-on. Yes, there is a potential flashpoint there. We've seen in the genie categories in throughout the the two events here. It's always it's a potential problem. So once keep an eye on the front of the great, but also staying in front of the greeting place, which I don't think anybody realistically expected into Davis Nicole Holcomb bug place. You know he's he's in again in invasive Perez when we last. Cost night. Through it's going to be back in the car if he tested negative but he didn't so hokum bug back in a weekend seems to have enjoyed. Much better preparation because he traveling over from Germany wasn't Rushdie Skoll, even a new helmet that was specifically designed to go delivery on the racing point. But yeah, I don't think I think place really was was really necessarily on the cards, but he just looked very, very strong day I made a couple of mistakes in in FBI three and again in in Q. Two when he went off chapel when I was actually getting knocked out how do you know improved but yeah, certainly a very happy Hogan bug in the press conference. Yeah, it's Nice. They're very. Very different scenarios the last time. A sneaker. Holcombe. Berghof. See Tools of time with Renault and it was a very, very different pitcher. Absolutely bring display from him. Stay I. Think the extra preparation knows his car. He's been doing some similar in the in the days between t racists thousand. To basically be on pace and in qualifying outclass long Stroilov see has like hours and hours and hours of more time on track with that cost therefore should really be benchmark and setting the pace, but I'll come back I mean you're really hooks everything already well, as you said, made the mistake and keys. From that, he was running high up after I run and then really smashed his final lap able to grab. That place on the grid, which is his best qualifying result Australia winning sixteen. So very very impressive and it did I think after the session like we saw we've had lots of very nice things from everybody about Nico, Bogo gloss to the week or so. But stay like it was really telling just how much his residing meant everybody else live from really pleased to say we saw the before back even go out of his car impact for me Maximus Tapa and Daniel recalled both over who's card congratulated him and say well done both drivers spoke very warmly of after the session the stop and said He. Proves the Hackenberg deserves to be an F., and he said drives on the greater don't deserve to be Heeb comeback does said he put them in the top ten drivers in one regard I mean he he said the Hawks neck is a little bit feeling a little bit more this week a bit more ready and yeah it just really does the comeback. He's got the quality and the cloth to be enough Wanda and deserves a shot really and I. Think it's just only Guinness. Lots of the case for any possible suitors we talked on Thursday to think for next year. We'll let this guy's dumb this third on the grid given like no running that's all practically and comparisons long Straw whilst could we if we gave them a full season? Well, yeah, I'd say that. Yeah, definitely. Yeah it's definitely Made his case for team substantially higher immunized such a strong performance in place starting ahead of Max for shopping revenge things.

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Racing Point has "886 drawings" to prove brake duct legality

Box of Neutrals

00:53 sec | Last week

Racing Point has "886 drawings" to prove brake duct legality

"Rising point the decision on whether or not they're chasing. Is GonNa be Jew before the British Grand Prix this begin. That's what the students said. Anyway. They do have longer if they need. It said they want to try and get it done before the British chrome pre. of course is about Rhino complaining that rising point, ripped off. Its brake ducts from Mercedes sounds very exciting. Ought Myself Nella says he's confident that he's not breaking the rules, but of course you would say that is the principal, but he does say that he has eight hundred eighty six drawings of bright ducts at he's factory that are original, and prove not only that that sounds very sad to the average person bought that. Obviously, they designed their and break down and like I said there's nothing stopping them from using a three day parade. Recreating scale model toy that I got for Christmas the site he's. Exactly. That they did that then good on my heart. That kind of is the conclusion.

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:31 min | Last month

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"But what did you make of the response of the drivers because? You know watching the race listening via team radios. The race engineers I write off the cubs. Codes the both of them and then eventually a said earlier, James Vows has to come in and effectively. Stop it now because you're going to break the cars. So what did you make your of the both their responses I wanna say that James Vowles does have this or it doesn't a you know we've heard. The voucher is James Before we arrive. Lewis is James. He just has this way of saint drivers. This ends now and they'll do it, but I think when the race engine is Well, he's taking more care than me. So you know I'm Gonna I'm GonNA carry on, and so he is told to stop Is Sort of like over a fraternal relationship in a way he's like well. He's doing it. Why can't I? Get to see that these drivers do you have that level of competition with same It was at times quite amusing. There's one thing we should. We should point out. Is that in the middle of the ratios? This radio message to Veltri Urgent Chassis Default two point one, which immediately prompted while conspiracy theories of this code word for Multi Twenty one. They're going to swap positions. They have been told to hold them off. So tighter about it tonight and he denied he said up. Don't get to. Get to Worried about a big conspiracy. We all team owners returning to hitting team orders we do team orders the pair them afraid to raise under the right conditions, which basically means they can raise his heart as they like as long as they don't compromise the chances of Mercedes winning races and I think you'd have to be a bit naive to think. The missiles would issue team would like that and use exactly the same well two and a one in. Office Fascist. Go here! They do it again. It'd just be very very obvious within the I guess multi seven, seven, four four might be a little bit more difficult for them to get mouth around, and he did say in the in the pace race press conference that you know. There was no point was he told there be any any team? Orders freezing freezing the race, though, Frito race all the time. Taking Imagine Nico Rosberg was still in the second Mercedes alongside Lewis Hamilton, what happens a Batas at the end of qualifying if Roseburg had done? That would have blown up. Louis how I could imagine you've been at Monaco was the two thousand eight, hundred fifty, whenever it was all those years ago when he went down the escape road and got pole position that way. Whereas on this occasion, there was none of that. There's not a Sony its own. For me, it's just a thought that's gone off in my mind. There was no there was no no mention of any BLUEFIN. Hard. Dumbo, wherever because of course he, you know he he, he still finished second on lap when it comes qualifying, but in the end it costs Mercedes quite daily that often bought. Ask because eventually drops Hamilton down. The OUGHTA in terms of starting on the grid so. If that had brought us haven't gone off in qualifying. The rights could look completely different from his eighties. I've been a simpler so John. I want to come to you. What did you make of Batas? Performance overall the whole weekend a thing he was just on it, but he's been on Grand Prix weekends in the past, but I think this is a weekend where he was on it and also had the rub of the green, basically the. Scene in the policies I'd probably weekends. He's outperforms Lewis, and then certain factors all go against him as you remember getting a in Pacu or safety car coming out of the wrong time. This was just a weekend where he executed everything perfectly. he had the rub of the green in terms of making a mistake in qualifying on the the second round with a yellow flag. Then this three sixty video appearing last night, which Lewis got the penalty, which gave him a breathing space early on. And, then maybe even the gearbox issues were were a factor in helping into because it meant the pair them one pushing to the Max. There wasn't really the opportunity for Lewis to launch a massive attack in come at him so. Obviously we can perform brilliantly. Everything went his way, and he did it with. The wind is gonNA peak and deliver. Ten Rice becomes like that. It looks on the face of as one report is best performances just in the way that it all my seem destined to be Lewis Hamilton gets Poland wins the race. Judging by the is, he puts top three practice sessions. Just look so simple what he was doing every time right guard program up fast this, but bought US turn around. Around. He said he works out where he looked at where he was weak compared to commit to. You might wear where we could find time any nail those corners. He was a town three and four, and that's how he ends up. Paul position thinks he left on the table because he'd quicker in sector one before we had his often qualifying so that we. Could have been even better. Earning did make a slight mistake, but I do wonder about where what would have happened basically, because how was coming back in at the end of that soft highest stint, and he just looked like he had the bit between. You say from when Batas comes into the pit lane after Magnussen's. SAFE to go for my business car. The Right Front looked absolutely naked on his car, and it just seemed that may behind was hat slight edge. Had everything worked out. Straightforwardly. What did you make of Hamilton's performance today? I agree I think he did well to fight back from. The Grip Tounsi starting fifth the he made some good moves early on to get up. The order of was definitely helped by the resigning from stop the gave him second place, but then I think he was about seven seconds back for Botox when the Moore site, and he quickly slice that gap in more than half by the time that the safety car came out, not trick. That ran a pitstop so i. think it would have been interesting. That has maybe one got the undercover the over the other, just how that would have played out without the safety car, and then yeah, as you say the. Second half of the race as well we did see balancing really closing up on Batas even the middle concerns from Sadi's about the about the reliability of the cars. The parents was really trying to pressure. C May sat within the for a number of laps. It wasn't until that the final safety calls. Things really cool down again and neighbors. Maybe that's a bit of the physical fire. I think he would have been really interesting. See just how Mercedes manage that, because ultimately they had the buffer to album behind, and they could have said both Koslow. Just take it a bit easier, but you are still free to write and freeze fight, and and he's how far both drivers would have pushed out I..

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F1 Drivers all wear "End Racism" T-shirts, but 6 don't kneel

WTOP 24 Hour News

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F1 Drivers all wear "End Racism" T-shirts, but 6 don't kneel

"Season opener of all Terry bought us when the Australian Grand Prix wearing a black T shirt that read end racism, which was also emblazoned across the start finish line. All but six drivers knelt before the race in front of the finish line, most of them wearing black lives matter and end racism. T shirts. Robert

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

04:07 min | Last month

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Com live covering as you as you do. Enjoy doing I know I am of the opinion that the the five second pounds of fat given the context of. The race of the of the ties they run, you know album will obviously on the software homebound and I think at that point when your nursing struggling car, and you're on a heart attack ties. Many many laps older I think you do have to resist the temptation to fight that to odd but as as Lucas at that was literally. albums. To maneuver, and but then again you get level. Hamilton as well and say you know he could move the right a little bit but then again you are still looking at that in. You're looking at these slow mo on boards and getting. Oh, well, he could have moved to the thing. Is that happened like that happened in a split second? and. At the end of the day, these drivers all human, although that they've got fantastic reflexes. This still happened in a microseconds second tiny microcosm of time I think yeah I to conclude I think within the context yet. The five seconds he was fat, but There is a bit blame on both of their shoulders. Agree with that I, think that yeah. Probably deserving the penalty, just because of how far album was ahead. Appreciate what you're saying. Lico can the point that. I. Made was the how far how far album was from the edge of the track, but he was just so far ahead that it just seemed it just seemed clumsy. You might as well. He was fully committed pages didn't. He just you know just just just from the way the way you know the way that the way that it panned out in the fact that the report so far ahead, but. I do agree with your point about alborn in the. Again it, oh my scene! He didn't have to do that. He still has good. Still Ten laps left to run now. Christian Horn has come out and said well. You know the event that you had was on tile warm up and it was the fact that he was on the soft. Some cities would have switched their hearts on eventually choosing dash getting involved. You never know we'll. That was gonNA. BE A. A factor. Yeah, you just sense that maybe I want could have could have been a little bit more patient, but then again. He thought he'd made the move done so yeah, really controversial incident and again what we saw last year that conclusion, the Australian Grand Prix shows the class and mattress tapping the difference being they were much more side-by-side amber. Stopping had much more rights to edge. Leclair out because he was hanging around the outside when you hadn't really earned it whereas one earned I think that's what the differences here and that's why the penalty justified for Lewis Hamilton now. It looks if it's always always writing. The REPORTS ICEBERG DOT COM I definitely handled that very calmly and was not who stressed at any point. A race to make Formula One coverage debut, and after say it was very enjoyable. It's out long last as well after straying into didn't get to see any on track action there Australia those was interesting from a journalism point of view to see of everything collapsing around around the event, and then oversee almost effectively around the world when we got. But but yeah, the big. The big I thought was going to be. The big story of the race was the Mercedes reliability issues now because that was that was a major major major talking point, but it was the fact that both drivers in in the end Mercedes had to get James Hours chief strategist to come on the radio and worn both bottles, and Hamilton stay. Stay off the curbs because it is critical to your continued participation in the race so Jayco if we could if we could come to you first of all, can you explain what the issue was? And why in particular? The cubs at the red bull ring were causing havoc, they report over the radio. That was sense a she and toto. Wolff said over the race the any. Triggering if that any any sense of failure that that that was a you do have failed saves. These engines these highly highly capelle units and obviously to try and preserve all of these parts together if a sensor. Switches off in way then the engines going to usually cut out more of. This happened about I think it was lapsing teen Lapeyton when launched stroz trouble..

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Formula One drivers wear 'End Racism' shirts and take a knee before season opener

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Formula One drivers wear 'End Racism' shirts and take a knee before season opener

"Season opener, voluntary Botas won the The Australian Grand Prix, wearing a black T shirt that read and racism, which was also emblazoned across the start finish line. All but six drivers knelt before the race in front of the finish line, most of them wearing black lives matter and end racism T shirts. In the

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Senna: The Early Years

Past Gas

05:27 min | 2 months ago

Senna: The Early Years

"Dan Pass Gas. We're talking about the early years of Ayrton Senna. You know him as the legendary driver famous for winning multiple Formula One championships in nineteen, eighty, eight, nineteen, Ninety and nineteen ninety one he won an incredible forty one gram freeze on seventeen different tracks over the course of nine seasons. You probably also know how the story ends. At the age of thirty four while racing at the nineteen ninety four, San Marino, Grand Prix Senna crash on lap, set on leaving the track and a speed over a hundred eighty miles per hour, slammed into a concrete wall, killing him on impact. The. Final Jenny home two with L.. Tragic death cut a storied career short and much like Kurt Cobain, Heath Ledger or to park. It froze centers, accomplishments, and magnetic personality in amber. Deprived of the slow decline to any great talent at the top of their profession will eventually fall. Victim to these names are instead forever frozen their lawyers, and so they remained. Forever Young. Senator is now a legend. But where do legends begin with an origin story of course? So what senators version of being bitten by a radioactive spider, finding a weird lamp, genie or floating down the Nile in a basket made of Reeds? Well like Spiderman Aladdin or Moses Senna his monogamous, but before Senate was sent off, his last name wasn't even Senna at all. His parents worry that he was uncoordinated and even had him test report. He was born into wealth, but although wealth can definitely give you access to the world of bracing, it can't make fast and Santa wasn't just fast. He was the fastest. So what was the moment Senna truly became Senate to answer that we need to start on March twenty first nineteen sixty the day. When in Sao Paulo Brazil. Ericsson senator silver was born. Welcome to pass gas. That was a long intro. Great Man I'm. I got a little choked up there for a second. I mean this guy is so important and just such. Like I, don't know he's just a legend, and he's just like so important to so many people, and I'm really excited that we're going to die, have really deep into his life, but I mean just. A man just. I got a little teary eyed. When you're talking about the forever, young stuff is yeah I sure. Senna is a like I said an intro. He's a legend. Almost like a mythic figure at this point. Just such a hallowed name so revered in in in motor sports and the car world in general. Just like Oh yeah, you hear senators like he was I mean he was the greatest, but like it's just like an instant assumption of just like. Perfection basically right. Yeah, he's like Michael Jordan. Yeah, no thought given to, and we're going to see why that is because. There's a lot of good reason for that I. Think the moment where it hit where I was like Oh, damn was when? You when I I didn't realize he was thirty four when he died and I'm just about to turn thirty four, and so I'm like. I gotTA. Do. Joe You're the air and of automotive podcasting damage. Out Year Man. Is talking about how I am scared about dying. But what I've noticed is a lot of a lot of pieces that talk about center. Don't really dive into his early life. which is what we're going to do today? And I'm really excited about that. Hopefully will give people some insight into where this dude came from, and I, think yeah without further ado. Let's get into the life. The early life of one Ayrton Senna. Are you guys ready? I'm ready. Ready sale ever be. Ready, legit. You WanNa give. Fired up I think my new my new thing is. Fire Dub! Different words fired up. I could see that on a shirt for sure, but D. U. P. Oh, yeah, fire! Up I get a man. It's great. It's solid. C. memes are better when you explained. A Ayrton Senna Da. Silva was born in nineteen sixty in Sao. Paulo Brazil at the pro Ma tre. I'm going to by the butcher every Brazilian. Names Zillion were. Portuguese Brazilian. I'm going to butcher at all today. Just letting you know. Pro Monterey! Maternity Hospital of Santana a hospital I assumed was named after the legendary guitarist areas. Warn! Ayrton's father Milton Dasilva was a landowner and factory owner, and among other businesses Milton owned an auto parts company, and his knowledge and connections within the industry would become a key entry point for Airton into the world of racing

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"grand prix" Discussed on History of the 90s

History of the 90s

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on History of the 90s

"It's been over twenty five years since Senna's death and there is still not a definitive judgment on exactly what happened that day in Imola but most everyone can agree that that tragic weekend was a turning point. Formula One racing. The sport was forced to take a more serious approach towards safety around on people season. The calls were really loud incredibly quick and you could really drive a wack kid and it was a lot harder for the drive. It's well to control you. Know in the headlight manual gearboxes. They I mean senator for example. He finished Monica races with a big hole in the middle of his hand from all the cages yet to the Like a thousand gearchange a massive blisters on just inside. That's not I mean. There's next you know people drivers Paul now. Basically says the real physical sport there since San Marino just one f one driver has been killed in a Grand Prix Crash Jules Bianchi died in twenty fifteen from head injuries. He suffered in an accident at the Japanese Grand Prix in two thousand fourteen. The fact that was twenty years in between Formula. One fatalities is evidence of the Sports Safety Crusade. After San Marino the Grand Prix drivers association which still remains enforced. Today was reformed on the morning of that fateful race. With a view to improving safety in f one Santa was named director along with Gerhard Berger and Michael Schumacher at what would turn out to be his last drivers briefing then in the late ninety s. A number of steps were taken to improve. The car's cockpits were lengthened and reinforce the suspension was strengthened and the wheels were attached to the car by tethers to stop them from flying off in two thousand and three ahead and next support system was introduced which is designed to protect the spine by attaching the helmet to the shoulders and in two thousand eighteen. The Halo System was introduced on Formula. One cars which protects our driver's head during a rollover and from large pieces of flying debris like wheels many race tracks were also remodeled after nineteen ninety four by German engineer. Herman Telka their wider and have bigger run off areas on the curves and many fans further away. The sport we see today is very different and as a result some would argue last exciting. The nineties were very competitive. Time that we're very exciting time. It was very tragic to lose Aaron Senate in the Mid Nineties but after that you have the rise of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari with me. Talking in sport continued to become more international and I think as more money came into the store and there was more money around the world to bring the store to more exotic places in a lot of ways. You kind of lost that that purity and it's still remained elite and it's it's still. It's still a hot ticket and a lot of places a very expensive ticket including in Montreal. But I don't think globally as the it's been able to keep hold of the footprint that had had the sports landscape overall the tracking in Imola. Italy was changed following the death. Severinsen Berger and Senna and then in two thousand and six San Marino was dropped from Grand Prix schedule altogether in recent years though there have been talks about bringing formula went back to the race track as statue of Ayrton. Senna was erected in a park across from the corner where he died and fans still pin flowers and handwritten notes to offense nearby. Senna's memory is alive in many other ways as well. The Internet for one has allowed young fans who weren't even born when he was racing to watch the old races that made him a legend. A wide variety of books and films have also been made about Senate including Popular Twenty ten documentary which includes home movies and photographs from the driver's family and friends. It's an excellent behind the scenes. Look at his life and if you haven't seen it I highly recommend you check it out to this day. Said his favorite soccer team still honors him by chanting his last name before matches schools in Brazil teach students about his life and racing career and even local airlines have painted fleets of jets in the famous yellow and green colors of Senna's iconic racing helmet after Senna's death. His family set up the Ayrton Senna Institute a nonprofit organization that helps educate Brazilian children. The organization is run by sister. Vivian and it's helped. Millions of kids with money raised from licencing sense image and from the production of a comic book series based on the driver called Sina or little center. And we can't forget about Roland ratzenberger. A man whose death was overshadowed by a racing legend Ratzenberger was buried in his home country of Austria and inscription on his gravestone reads. He lived for his dream a miniature race car and a Helmet Razon on top. Ratzenberger's parents moved into their son's apartment in Salzburg Austria after the accident as a way of ensuring that his memory was not forgotten. The home was littered with racing trophies and pictures of their ever smiling sun on the fireplace mantle. His father Rudolph has no bitterness towards the sport. He says he's just happy. That Roland achieved his dream to be a formula one driver..

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"grand prix" Discussed on History of the 90s

History of the 90s

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on History of the 90s

"The San Marino Grand Prix race started under a dark cloud a massive start line pile up saw a wheel fly into the crowd and several spectators and the grandstand were injured. It was as if this weekend was cursed and sadly the worst was yet to come the race restarted and ran under a yellow flag with Santa leading the pack for four laps behind the slow moving safety car. When the cars were finally released Senate continued to lead ahead of Schumacher and Gerhard Berger then on lap seven the second lap at racing speed Senate entered the tamburello corner. This was a renowned part of the track that had seen many crashes in the past the corner was very bumpy and had dangerously little room between the track and a concrete wall which protects the center. No River that runs behind it. As Senate went into the Timber Elo. His Williams race car suddenly veered off course and slammed into the wall. He entered the corner at one hundred ninety two miles per hour and then breaks hard downshifting twice to slow down before impacting the wall at one hundred and thirty one miles per hour. Goodness gracious punt. Open the center has join chanted. You can see Know whether it was a little reverse billion com horrified fans watched as Senate remained lifeless in the cockpit of his car course officials stood by waiting for medical personnel to arrive. It felt like time stood still though it seemed excruciatingly slow medical aid. Was there in about sixty seconds. Rescuers struggled for two minutes as they attempted to remove Santa from the car finally he was freed and he was laid on the ground. F One race Dr Syd. Watkins was at aside Watkins who was also a close personal friend said as soon as he saw Senate he knew. The injury was fatal. A suspension part had pierced Senna's helmet. He was likely killed.

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"grand prix" Discussed on History of the 90s

History of the 90s

08:28 min | 3 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on History of the 90s

"At righty on Fangio and Mawson and then it was both glamorous and dangerous in the early days of the F one World Championship. Death was almost a regular occurrence between nineteen fifty two and nineteen sixty. Two twenty. Three drivers were killed in accidents. The drivers lives were on the line at every race. It's believed because of the high death rate there was a very unique camaraderie among drivers in this golden era of F. One driver from the fifties said the fear of death made them have a better appreciation of life and it led to many lasting friendships up and down the grid by the nineteen eighties and nineties. Formula One racing had changed dramatically fatalities. Were no longer common things to safety standards that were developed does. The sport grew in fact leading into the deadly weekend in Nineteen ninety-four the last time an f one driver had died during a race was twelve years earlier in Nineteen eighty-two Ricardo Poletti was killed at the Canadian Grand Prix and Montreal in a horrible accident on the starting grid that was also when they renamed the Montreal track to Siquijor Yield Villneuve. They'll move is a Canadian racing icon. He died in May of that year during qualifying in Zolder Belgium and the Montreal track just an hour away from where he was born was where he won his first f one race in the nineties. You might remember that. The VILLNEUVE name came back in the spotlight as his son. Jacques won the indy. Five hundred in nineteen ninety-five then made the jump to f one in ninety six and won the title in ninety seven another thing that a changed by the eighties and nineties was camaraderie among drivers. Thanks in part to one of the greatest rivalries of all time in sports there have been many legendary rivalries just think Ali versus Frazier McEnroe versus Borg or Magic Johnson versus Larry Bird but few can compare to the battle between Ayrton Senna and Elaine. Prost rivalry between the two of them is one of the best. Sports rivalries across the board let alone in front of the one. That's Brendan Dunlop. Sports broadcaster and Lifelong F. One Fan he says. The two drivers were polar opposites in many ways. A lot of it is that aired incentives so comfortable in his own skin. He was supremely confident. he'd really didn't care what other people thought. Olympics wasn't as Secure in his in his own skin and I think that that played into his actions a lot into his rivalry and his relationship with whether the obviously from a competitive standpoint. They both wanted to win. They both want to be the best. And I think that's Alain Prost could see that. Senator was a little bit better. A lot of people's eyes is one of the best race car drivers of all time so I think impressed Wanted wanted that pedestal. Senate came around and pros can have that PROS DOT COM FORMULA. One in the early eighties and the curly haired. Frenchman took his first championship in nineteen eighty five and then again in eighty six go both while driving for McLaren. Prost was popularly known as the professor because of his scientific and methodical approach to racing he perfected an economic style. He started a race conservatively. Took it easy on the brakes and tires and then made a late race challenge. If pros needed to finish shape six than a race to maintain his championship lead. He would sit in sixth place holding that position instead of pushing for a win and risk losing at all then there was senna. He turned F. One into a contact sport. He put everything on the line. Each time he raised. Senator went flat out all the time. Not even the rain would slow down. Say He's the one guy for it. You give him a shopping. Just drop the wheels off air. That's Ibar Malik. Author of the book. Nineteen Ninety four the untold story of a tragic and controversial F one season he says Senate was thrilling to watch. There's lots of senator fans out there. Because he's scared. Say obvious you watch any video of him and you really see him like Manhattan in the car and spots the flying and Senate was also straight out of Hollywood central casting. The handsome young Brazilian was often photographed with beautiful models and actors waterskiing or racing around town on a motorcycle. He grew up in Brazil the privileged son of a wealthy businessman and in the largest country in South America. He was basically God not just for his racing skills. Though also because of his deep commitment to giving back to a country struck by poverty and unrest Senate was different from most other racers. He was deeply religious and he spoke in a way that fans weren't used to in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight he qualified in pole position at Monaco. Enduring the qualifying lap. He famously said he no longer felt in control of the car. In the normal way instead he felt like he was in a different dimension. Finish that race but later that year as he captured his first world title. Santa said that he saw the face of God as he crossed the finish line in Japan. The spiritual aspect of Senate seemed in stark contrast. With this single-minded determination he had towards winning. But that was sent a man of contrast a ruthless racer. Anna Gentlemen ferociously ambitious and deeply caring at that time. A lot of people didn't view race car drivers as athletes. I'm sure there are some who still don't but Brendan Dunlop. Says Senate played a big part in changing that he had a diet? Athletes have at that time removed red meat from his diet and he trained relentlessly in the off season stories about his vacations. They had this beautiful beach ouston that he would spend months at that and the the off season where so much longer than they are now and he would be running twenty kilometers four or five times a week in the off season throughout the entire break just to be physically fit and ready for the season as possible and tell us partner success and I do think really was the trend setter that made the outside world understanding believe that race car drivers were actually athletes and I know that a lot of race car drivers that follow us him as the ultimate example of how the dedication hard work and the commitment. There's so much more of it off. The track than there is on the track. Senna and Prost became McLaren teammates in nineteen eighty eight McLaren dominated in the late eighties and initially the pair had a mutual admiration for each other at the end of the first season together. Senna beat Prost by three points to win the world championship ending any warm feelings between the two on the track. Things came to a head in October. Nineteen eighty nine at the Japanese Grand Prix. This race would become one of the most notorious in f one history. It was the climax of prosed and Senna's tumultuous two year rivalry as teammates McLaren through a stop beyond his car is the red and white McLaren lawn. Cross two men who do not like each other at all but the only two men with shot at the nineteen eighty nine Formula One world championship Senate needed to finish ahead of Prost in the race to win the championship with just six laps. Left in the race prost was leading senna but then in a desperate move Senate tried to dive passed. Prost at a tight chicane. Then they locked wheels and both cars left. The track.

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Engines off: Canceled iconic F1 race dents Monaco's prestige

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Engines off: Canceled iconic F1 race dents Monaco's prestige

"You know we also stop turning the champagne is stuck on ice and lots balm silently in the famous harbor formula one's role because circus will be coming on may twenty full for the iconic Monaco Grand Prix up to sixty five thousand people attend a one day all within a sardine can radius with million as crime together with cap wearing F. one fans the race was cancelled March nineteen because of the clone of our separate the jewel in F. one crown removed for the first time in sixty six years a blow to the tiny principality huge prestige and its finances lost revenue will come to about one hundred and fifty million dollars when you factor in early may is historic Monaco GP with its classic racing calls famous members of the film industry but George Lucas and Michael Fassbender often come for the big race which she has a sunny spot light on the French Riviera with the nearby Cannes Film Festival I'm Charles Taylor this month

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F1 puts some staff on furlough, execs take pay cuts

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

F1 puts some staff on furlough, execs take pay cuts

"Formula One says it will furlough half its staff until the end of may and senior executives will take pay cuts amid the corona virus pandemic F. one is postponed eight races so far this season and the Monaco Grand Prix has been canceled the McLaren and Williams teams already put some staff on furlough F. one management has said it still hopes to hold between fifteen and eighteen races this year in place of the original

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Indianapolis 500 postponed until August because of COVID-19

"Memorial Day weekend isn't going to be the same for race fans as the Indy five hundred is the latest event to fall victim to covert nineteen the one hundred fourth running of the event will now be August twenty third it will be the first time the five hundred has been run outside of the month of may the Indy Grand Prix is also moving from may ninth to July fourth will be part of a double header with NASCAR's Xfinity series NASCAR's brickyard four hundred it's July fifth you'll be the first ever Indy car NASCAR Cup series weekend I'm Brett McMillan

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The Nrburgring

CarStuff

09:11 min | 4 months ago

The Nrburgring

"I'm your host Scott Benjamin and I am Kirk Garin. I'm super excited about this show this week because we've got a topic that's got a lot of meat to it and something that. I think that Is going to be just right for conversation between the two of us because we both have an interest in the sort of thing anyway in a little bit of track driving a little bit of Little Thrill seeking. I guess. Maybe we're both kind of Not Adrenalin Junkies. But we both like to Kinda chest limits of our vehicles kind of you know. Just get out there and have a little bit of fun on them. And I think this is something that a lot of people can relate to. Maybe not a lot of people have done this in the past. Of course. I think we're GONNA find very few of our listeners. Have actually done this but there are a couple of examples that that I'll tell you about in just a moment so let's just jump right into it and I'll tell our listeners. What we're GONNA be talking about today in. It was kind of a question that I had. And it's something that I I know. I voiced on my other show on car stuff in the past and and I think maybe answered it a little bit and we've even discussed this track and Ha- I'll get to all of this. You understand in just a moment but my question is about the nurburgring and the nurburgring has in the past. I don't know decade or maybe even twelve fifteen years seemed to be the place that manufacturers have taken their automobiles to test limits to see how fast they can lap the nurburgring and it was a specific part of the nurburgring. That they do. This in. There's it's it's a It's a certain loop that they tested on. We'll talk about it. What it is is. It's kind of like a a level playing field for all manufacturers to be able to go and say we can run this track at this speed in this amount of time in this car and it. That's where cars the best and if you think you can top it go do it. Yeah and it offers a bunch of different types of conditions as well through the surface of the course and the terrain and weather and all sorts of other obstacles that make it interesting and kind of like a something to brag about though absolutely. We're we'll talk about all of this because there's some really believe it or not. Even the weather is a fascinating topic on this track. So as the surface material because it changes over over time Over distance rather and maybe one of the coolest things about this is that you can go and drive on this track if you just have a few dollars in your pocket. It doesn't really cost that much money. It's officially a toll road and I know I'm probably not giving anything away by saying that right now and then there's some fascinating things that go along with this whole thing. Now here's a little bit of background and I. I want temper this with this thought. It was a car stuff episode on the Nurburgring and we went through a lot of history. We went through the details of how they modify the track. And you know like the different curves and all that stuff and and the The barriers and I. It's just a lot of information about the track itself. So there's a ton of history. There's a ton of material there about Grand Prix or about Grand Prix racing in about You know the switch over Formula One and all of that. It's all there So I don't Wanna I don't WANNA double up on too much of that and I know that's tough not to step on that so we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have a little bit of overlap but not a whole lot now. There's a few things that I do. I do feel like we need to repeat. This is just because there's some really interesting things about this. Track that thinker important and one number one. Probably the most important thing that we need to know about this track is that it's insanely dangerous. Insanely dangerous. I mean it really is and it was designed a long time ago. I think the track was built in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and I. It's like it's a huge huge track. It's it's what Woke in its current Form I think that the overall lap if you the norge left's norge sleep that we're GonNa talk about which is the north loop Is about fourteen I. It's over fourteen. Miles right yeah okay. So one hundred fifty turns. Yeah Oh yeah. That's right that's right. Yeah that's another important point. This is this. Of course it goes through the mountains. I'd like to see with allocation changes. Of course that I think that I think that I read somewhere that the elevation changes over a thousand feet Between the start and finish of the of the tracks so really an interesting track. It's fascinating what did you say? One hundred and fifty some turns you Y. They had more. They tried to make it safer and And that's partly due to Jackie Stewart in fact. It's it's mostly due to Jackie Stewart and a lot of other f one drivers that got together and said we are actually where they're actually going to boycott this race if they didn't make some changes in this. This wasn't always the case because early on you know Formula One. It was a little bit different. Who is it was? It was faster but it wasn't quite as fast and it wasn't quite as dangerous as it was in the late nineteen sixties and they started adding some wings to the cars and add a little. More downforce You know where the car stuck to the track exactly so when they when they would over some of the more pronounced elevation quick elevation changes. Maybe the car would get lighter than it should have been or trying to figure out why the drivers were so afraid of this particular track. And that's all I could come up with Scott wasn't that the course changed course exactly. Yeah the car's got faster in. The cars changed more dependent on air flowing flowing around it in a certain way. Absolutely not cars aren't supposed to get too far off the caress service. Yeah exactly right. Cars DESIGNED TO BE ON THE TRACK SURFACE. And we've talked about this with you know the thrust S. S. C. And you know all the other cars that are going fast and essentially every card. We talked about so far on the fast track But cars are designed to stay low to stay kind of stuck to the ground. The faster you go the more downforce. They have to have in order to stay on the ground. And what happens is that there's some dramatic elevation changes and whether it's just a little rise or You know it's like you're coming over a crest and you can't see what's going on and on the other side of it In a drops right off at this point. The cars were going so fast that they were becoming airborne and part of the problem. Was that with the way that the downforce was Designed these cars I. It was meant to act like a reverse wing to push the car down so when you get air underneath the car it acts in the opposite way. It acts like it's GonNa WanNa lift off and we've seen that in recent years of course with lemond other tracks as well. It's not just it's not just the neubergring But but tracks were cars become airborne these road courses are really really dangerous for drivers that are going super super fast and Back then you know back in the delete sick making sixties Jackie Stewart was saying at the time and I think I've mentioned this and other podcasts. Even though the F. One podcast is that you know a lot of his friends. Were dying on this on this. Unease circuits on these Research in the nurburgring was especially dangerous. In fact One of the facts that came out of the last Cardiff episode. And I think it was. Something that Ben mentioned is that this is hard to believe in. I don't know where he dug this up but I but I do remember him saying that. F One drivers had a two thirds chance over five years of competition that they would be killed in competition in five years. Two thirds chance that sixty six percent chance that you would die in a race if you raise for five years or longer. Nfl competition at the time. And this is like during the late nineteen sixties early nineteen seventies. So Jackie Stewart had a very valid point. You know he said. You know I'm losing. I'm losing friends every weekend on these tracks. Safeties got improve in some way. Let's start with cars of course but let's move onto you know safety equipment and tracks and everything. So he wanted improvements everywhere the Nurburgring. They responded they changed a lot of the a lot of the track. You know they slowed down some of the corners and you know it made it a little bit safer in a lot of ways and there's a lot of ways they can design corners to make them a little bit better but overall still. The Nurburgring is just an inherently dangerous. Course for a lot of reasons and I I think you you already know a couple of reasons. Why Yeah Yeah. I think I know what you're trying to get. At the fact that the track is kind of laid right on top of these extremely rolling hills and in the middle of a forest It's a lot narrower than a lot of modern day race tracks are designed to be The surface is different. The weather conditions are different. And then just the general speed at which you're going Of course was designed at a time when cars didn't see speeds like they see now sure they were fast but they weren't quite as fast as now we're in the sixties and seventies and then even now. I mean they're they're incredibly fast and you know. I think I want to mention this right now. If that's all right I I wanted to take just a second to say that I think the last German Grand Prix that was run at the nurburgring. And that's very specific. We'll we'll talk about that in a second but the last one was run at the nurburgring was in two thousand thirteen and You know of course there were other journ Grand Prix is I mean. The latest one was in twenty eighteen. I believe right or was there one in twenty nineteen there might have been the German Green. Just had it okay. All right But but they kind of like skip around so it's not always run at Hockenheim ring or at the nurburgring. It's kind of a mix the two or sometimes it's just not even either one of those you know depending on whether they're gonna run something else

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Through through maybe You know maybe it's always own fault but through his junior singles Ebay. He is going to have to prove the DOT was wrong. Whereas Policy George came in with those big title? GP Three hundred sixty back to back in the the much better than the Nicholas I don't think Nicholas Fail. Held onto by any of the criticism received because I think he'll take ownership of Ebay and be quite proud of the boys achieved or was as good as some of the doors. But I think He's a he's he's very much a man I think it's worth pointing out because is obviously there's A. There's a lot of. There's a lot of kids in these genes Anglesey Grayson Nicholas is always someone who seems to elevate himself a Gravitas that he has in the product when he when he walks around and when he speaks to people very he's very well respected and very highly so upset. I think he'll bring all as a package to to form in Washington You know I think initially the Probably won't be there and it may take him a little bit of time to get up to speed but I think he's shown he's got some of the characteristics needed needed for him to to catch up and reduce that Gupta Georgia over the course of the season. Well we'll be guaranteed always. He's going to be the best rookie of next season. Only because he's the only one but it will be interesting interesting to see how he gets on the page. I've attack see things one. You have to judge drive by what they do. Know how. They got plenty drivable money before and two with the Super License old style. The what what would normally batch does the pay drivers people with absolutely useless eve as you know there have been people go into formula two one. He's never even close to the kind of things he's achieved in formula too. I let's let's be fair. He may not be in the top bracket of stellar genie career. But he's these non idiot. Thanks very much Japanese and also to j box leg for your insight on by simplicity and the Abbey Grand Prix de checkouts dot com loads fool out.

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Is all sorts of Fool out from the Brazilian Grand Prix to look at their. And the latest from the world of motorsport suspicion a-plus subscriber area of course also in-depth coverage that you can read out Dr Ratings and decide how remind me can even right drives yourself. We have a reader's right. The drivers aforementioned that the old spot podcast of course is out every Monday and Thursday. Thanks for joining us. We've Axoum with another podcast The music is six. I am boy tree light written by Simmons see soundcloud dot com forward slash. Josh Tree. right. Now when you come in and switch to t mobile you get the amazing iphone. Eleven pro WPRO on us with iphone. Ten trade-in aren't these mountains..

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"So that there were two approaches are members speak to Scott before bally's there's two approaches one if the undiscussed powerful enough records balls which was in the title surprise than they could've surprised fraud about trying to Nickelodeon pit stop and maybe hope they didn't notice and cover it with whoever it was leading but that wasn't really going to work so they had to run longer and in running longer either you execute over cup up being quicker. They probably wouldn't be able to do that. All Oh you just leave out there and hope for virtual safety car safety coverage what they've gone saw yeah the credit Mercedes for having that little gamble on key to well the whole point of it was to put themselves in a position where they could do something different to Ferrari in the race so if I missed it while unfinished one say only conduct liken that to out beautiful success a week ago it when we had a massive points whole infancy premier elite with Man City midfielder Kevin Bryner what evolved Vice Captain Vice Captain Tim I was captain didn't play and therefore the point scores Gosh shifted onto the bryner and there's a lot of people just saying this is people like that. Just really lucky because that's no. It's not the whole point of making a decision like that. Is that you put yourself in a position where you you basically stacked deck in your favor so if something does go slightly differently to how you expect to go then then suddenly plays out in your favor and that's exactly the Mercedes they criticize roar in the past for not doing doing pointless gambles rather than just playing the hand and being differing in case something in case something happens. This wasn't a case ace of the Mercedes Ferraris both being on on sauce in the first in and Mercedes coming over the radio to to to Lewis and saying okay box opposite to Cla. That's that's doing. There is okay. We're going to try and see if we can make something different happen. The fact that they were on the different ties put themselves in a position from the very beginning to do something different yeah very very much we should say for one lost ultimately Nara do understand why they did it. Once the safety fifty co eventuality cartoons or rail safety cop because George Russell went off under the vast say there was some kind of fighter in the front left of the car until it wasn't a brake failure or something else he he also. I've a a young what was the WINCO under the the wheel of something about one entirely show before I love scalp it from the seconds so the safety call goes out. They decided you saw Hitler Claire to get an answer on solves that cost one place only leaked Bossaso calls for stopping. It started nine. Thanks to his place grid penalty so he wasn't anywhere near close enough so basically they sacrifice second-place drops a third to give themselves a dollar advance h that they hoped would allow Leclerc's Paul spots ice and Hamilton ideal world of course he resolutely just couldn't they couldn't even Marie seriously threatened Balsas no I I was quite surprised by that because although we know that Ferrari's engine advantage manifests itself most powerfully in short bursts so let's say a qualifying lap or potentially a safety car restart. Maybe on the first lap of the Grand Prix a certainly don't think it was a coincidence a Leclair didn't come under threat from anyone other than fettle on the run dance turn one despite being clearer failed because as we saw that car doesn't need talk it doesn't need the IRS and it could still hang on compared to a car chase in behind when it's a full rack so he had that situation for Karori normally and then when it Ki- when it came to declare needn't pause Batas even with drs even with that massive rundown to turn to flat-out right right hand kink turn one. He never even come close to mount proper attack. There were two sort of half hearted looks inside yeah exactly the which which I was quite surprised by because it's not just a case of Ferrari should fundamentally have that speed advance Jovan Mercedes to launch an attack also just fancy. Leclair attack much brought us in defense because we've seen before the Batas not to be too critical a harsh on him. It's not they just roll with various just he's the stern is the races is the fact that Mercedes and converted that into a relatively comfortable one to the finish which is the the final insult to Ferrari wasn't what we should talk a little bit about Mercedes. We talk some what they did with. Its is while buts. What should we make this one see see from from Mercedes Hamilton's qualifying that was good if I was it was taller than the neglect had any chance of taking police still split the Ferraris and and he just did what he could in the Rice luck played its part butts just as for automated lock difficult for themselves with the madness. Mercedes did pretty much everything they could've done. I mean I think most importantly Lewis. Hamilton did pretty much everything you could have done. I mean if you look at that first stint where he was keeping that car basically they're they're about with. La At so of gap that was keeping pretty consistent and was closing down by the end because of the the tar difference obviously he was obliterating interesting that I think he was something like seven or eight tenths quicker. All the time on task is supposed to be the king historians. Go ahead and bolts us. We'll say himself down a bit early on by spending three laps assigns to the safety coverage costume Johnson five point three seconds behind allison straight away so I think I think it's it's been a pretty young pretty full. Matt's a pre pattern leak race for Mercedes when it comes to the second part of the season is that they only have one driver until other game right now and they have another driver who's just hanging on to see out the season and I don't I don't WanNa be but too harsh towards victory is a better choice than people have given credit credit forcing. She joined the CDs just because you know so. Lewis does tend to make people look at the average but that early spark as hot in the season listen. I just know it to be seen. It's an particularly in race trim. He just eat doesn't have it and if you look at so of the final stint career sadness all of his car was not so good in the first thing they got much better in the second stint but you could see just how how much easier Hamilton's having it how he could keep the gap exactly where he wanted how he could fire in a fastest lap for laughs basically in the very ends how he absolutely didn't really seemingly have to break sweating that final sense is is another imperious rice by him. Obviously circumstances had to him but he did everything he cuts onto himself opposition to benefit from it. It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind..

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

14:02 min | 11 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Up from a little bit of uneasiness to something a little bit more potentially destructive. How do you make the whole the whole the whole atmosphere. It's it's important to say first of all that it was a few hours after the rice so emotions were still been running high and ultimately a few days on both of them might look at it and be like actually you know what this isn't worth so of throwing her entire team dynamic out of the window for that said by Gosh. They looked uncomfortable there. They were separated by Matteo. Yeah but I'll tell you during what was so of a session in a hospital unit that was being so of torn apart aside of them collected to leave paddock and they were all stood so of up against the wall and both federal in the class and I'd say van particular looked like profoundly uncomfortable teenagers being told off the cloud of course had nothing to be told off over but that little I think pretty clearly was Matiba defended him publicly. Only the easily backed and publicly said neither of his drivers broke a pre-race agreements. I think that's what they did. Emphatically well Vattel did emphatically sekely ignored repeated orders that that much been on secondary 'cause that's doesn't matter record on me on the radio and T. at at one point said I yeah I think that's fair enough which opens opens a whole can of worms but I understand I understand the desire to protect both your drivers from the media media and tried to sort it out in Toronto. He'll he'll how improving under control affair that might be a bit of a Horse's already bolted situation and you know problem is for me. The the thing with the way Leclair will see it after defeating Singapore that it was very obvious that he didn't take very well because of the circumstances because of how apply died and after nine consecutive races of getting the upper hand over battle in qualifying Leclair will probably expect expects a touch more respect from his team mate when it comes to the sole thing and for me most importantly is that imagine for a second that vessels engine didn't fail and imagine urgen that Ferrari's plans to get him swapped back during the bed stops backfired and imagine that Sebastian that will figure out a way to keep the lead of the race until the checkered accurate flak overly Cla what then what you've won a race congratulations that might be the loss ratio ever went from Ferrari. That's that's what's. You've been a bridge for sure. Your teammates will be forever limit whether you the team is not going to trust you much of anything anymore. You're you're. You're going to put your long-term F. One employment endanger by doing something like that yeah I think I think you're right on that one. It's a huge risk even if it came up but it was interesting. Let's let's Ferrari clearly mater appropriate sir to take it out of battles. Now say Mattie had been also claimed that the strategy's just works out the way they want they they said the littler as left rare was was going to which is true was losing a little. It's onto Hamilton not monsters. He's a lap in the last three laps before he puts his compared to what it lost over the previous three his pace over the previous alias three laps saw it. I think it was it was critically set they left battle out because I didn't want to be vulnerable to the to the visa safety and the most often the militia that worried about that you didn't need needs to bring the Kirk and that's early now. There is no way the it just so happened that the strategies of the two drivers. Let's let's but being given the fallout undercut. He needed to get ahead. That was clearly an quite rightly. The Ferrari pit will we'll take control of this and sorta out even though it it also claims came up with a bit of Willie explanation for that. They sure it wasn't just really coincidental. The amount of time they left at one track was exactly the amount of Tom. Tom Leclair needed to go quickly on fresh toys and then emerge ahead just as vital came out the pit lane so matter but also would have us believe modern uh-huh isn't that that's fantastic how that sorta the itself l. That's wonderful isn't it go. Ferrari got really lucky. Yeah just really lucky around the pit. Stop phase just just just one of those things was obviously the fact that the undercut was much much weaker at a circuit lost in it took basically four times as long for for Leclerc to make up almost leist to to make our team strategy where you bring one car and then you just leave. The car for four laps happens all the the time now. He's silly are being really cynical and actually always stress Ferrari. Were correct to do that because it was only going to give up the lead. If you drag them kicking screaming he sings it. I've always not close enough on quicker than him. Oh getting getting within this and although he was only going to AH GONNA lose that lead if they actually made him and the strategy they forced him to ensure that battle who I'm sure knew what was going on just cutting it short himself and save right on boxing now how long will no there was no way he was nuke it on well and if I had been in charge of fraud repair or inveterate the die out of there were no tires seconds because a it sounds stupid and look agree with what you said about. I do kind of admire that ruthlessness about Bertel for doing this because there is something quite appealing about that it shows these shows he's not giving exactly and it's almost like how the fallen giant hasn't quite fallen this fighting the guy left this is federal is peak rentals. The emotional determined to win because it's not even a title on the line he just wants to win another Grand Prix but I also suspect it's motivated partly by wanting to genucel missile reassert dominance within the team and pardon me does also wonder if they're still a little bit a lingering after-effects veteran slightly annoyed that Leclerc in honor of the situation at Monza in qualifying yet well we should say yeah because the teen said we're not happy clerk after that and in fact there was coming on the Radio Wisconsin. We've forgiven you for what happened yesterday. So let's not pretend Leclerc as these these free races in a row that there have been Philippine control and this is a young driver Oliver China Make Ferrari his team and then old stager trying to hang on and say are. I think you're a bit better than me but I'm just going to try and stay in the book yeah absolutely lately so I do. I like that I I don't necessarily agree you. It doesn't have to go along with it but I will very much enjoy the theatrics actress guy with it however as Ferrari in that situation you have one horseback and Lukla short-term medium-term long-term Leclair's your I bet not versatile agree so what you can't do in that situation is be bullied by an emotional and arrogant soaking overreacting however you want to whatever characterization you wanna make vegtable calculating the ruthless I would say absolutely I mean long champions exactly so whatever you you wanna say veterans was. I don't think Ferrari you can part with that so going back to what I said about him right there in the pit lane any ties that point in the race what you've try to do it. The Star is maneuver situation as agreed before the Grand Prix to your calls run first and second and what Ferrari could have done is when Vattel you did what he did is. I could have collapsed under the pressure. They could have basically gone. We'll deal with this later. Leclerc twenty one. He's going to have a lot more chances. We can explain ourselves goes to him and we're just GonNa let get away with it. Because you still got the result you wanted first and second. Even if it's not gone the way the way you exactly planned before the race however I don't think you can do that because of the aforementioned reasons declares the number one in battles the one being petulant in this situation so I think in that in that scenario I if if you do everything in your power to get them to swap on vessel refuses then you need to take matters into your own hand and all I really really admire Ferrari four four manipulating those pitstops so look logo in front I don't I don't like the fact that they won't admit to that but I do. Maybe understand on wall. They won't publicly say we did that. Stitch you up. I think he does but as long as they've got a bit deniability if they don't say assay out loud basically I would have done is on. I Wa- I would have liked it to the point where I would sacrifice. The one to the whole thing was about to prove a point a veteran because you what you can't do in that situation. You can't have a driver manipulating the goings containment being untrustworthy and acting as if there is no consequence because there was a time and it was at red bull when he would ignore such team orders with that was good enough to get away with this and he was the big fish so ultimately what can you do is a bit like Max tap in a ripple. Now Max can probably get away with saying what he wants and acting in how he wants because what we're gonNA. Do they really gonNA. Turn around and just say Oh we don't like you. We're not gonNA BACK ALEX album. That's not going to happen but throwing. Ferrari vet doesn't have that luxury now. If he steps out of line then it's not even the Ferrari will turn to declare Leclair's already built enough momentum over the the last of eight races also now to to prove that he's working on his own so I'm just pleased at Ferrari foot down. I'm glad it didn't come to the point where they affectively potentially compromise their own race to do. I'm sure there are people who think for our repressed the self destruct button on the pit wall and broke verticals. MG UK deliberately because that was that it was deserved com or and and that was the the punishment for his actions early on but if it comes to doing some into to put their foot down hard there have been completely on board with that one interesting thing looking ahead to the next reasons. Zucca is when multi twenty won't happen in Malaysia second race of the season. We went to China next a couple of weeks later. An initially Ashley in Malaysia velden realized quite how sort of how badly taken his ignoring team orders was when he when he didn't when he when he passed web of Alzheimer's China clearly thought about it needed eight. It is media session on the first anybody said well what about an of quicker pasta live with and he contacted it has it was Kinda. No shame yeah I did so on the on the big okay so interesting to see how he how we react to that of course as you alluded to go at this great thing where Ferrari while rough start to the race. Oh Yeah we've got the right way round. We've got a pace. We've got Mercedes covered as long as we get a safety car or virtual safety safety car will be fine in the K. goes on vessels car and yet they called their own virtual safety which which gives Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton the the village which is a a tremendous tremendous irony but of course loss conspiracy theories val about people suggesting about why battle stopped but we can be sure it was a legitimate K. failure and he was messing about with wary parks or anything he did what you told. Yeah first of all material omitted it's because everybody went in the media center watching it. I think everybody got the same question immediately the pit lanes right there. Why did he not get to the bit lane. Why did you tell him to stop and I think that the from I was on bowling happened. The engine was he could have gone to the pet yet but at the end of the die has made it pretty clear and apparently was basically we've had some colleagues. Ark some other team bosses too in regard. It's a safety thing you can't gamble in a safety thing. This is a sporting event. He counts gamble on a safety thing to ensure victory. Then this is something that you always have to respect one hundred percents and I have to my hat to to Benneteau into Ferrari fall so you know so of compromising race to to make sure everybody gets away Scot Free Rides. They had to pull him over right there. Partly according to race director Michael Lassie's comments laments vessel did a very good job pulling over. He's done as good a job. SC could've in that section of track to the point where he he could have. Maybe avoided virtual safety car. That basically costs Ferrari the victory. If only the car wasn't in an unsafe state which it was a must've. I think if I was in the Ferrari pit we'll out of call to the pet like even if you stop it in the Pantry or something I just wonder whether it was just stunned the procedure to to stop it happens. They don't want live car. I'll wonder if they could have overridden that. I wanted to say this is the same for our team that they have the unsafe release in north Germany with the fine for now. It's pretty dangerous in line so in a way with with the the the percentage of these calls to be unsafe if the if the the hybrids vice late say about yeah just just pulled I should say I don't think value departs anywhere else ready. He kept out of the way and it was just it was just one of these things it's funny because I switched to the clubs on board and so when the safety car was cool he said Yeah. We've lost this way so west. Affect or Hamels is going to go ahead. He knew straight away. What's happened now? I think we we only sub Obama fees low. Really I in that race for Ferrari. Could it not have happened really. It was always going to happen. It's written in this. I guess innocent well. There was also always the risk because how's Mercedes that donkey to and the mediums for themselves so that there were two approaches are members speak to Scott before bally's there's two approaches one if the undiscussed powerful enough records balls which was in the title surprise than they could've surprised fraud about trying to Nickelodeon pit stop and maybe hope they didn't notice and cover it with whoever it was leading but that wasn't.

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"<hes> track furniture whatever needs to be properly examined for the law of unintended the consequences in the usual law bring back gravel traps blah blah blah blah. Maybe just bring back driving in between the white lines whilst i call it like the initial reaction which was bring back. They're not being occur which they hastily unbolt and remove it before. Former one got going again so yeah that serious accidents india although he could have been much much worse again. I think it was a broken vertebra concussion. Wasn't it so yeah. It's not all some say an impact and i know that a lot of attention because of the sausage cabin there were lots of drivers from different categories <unk>. I'm people in the f one paddock as well criticizing the this also. What was it doing their job but it's it's an it's an FAA is nephew solution. They like it because most of the time you don't have anything like this. Some drivers say that this was just something waiting to happen and it was an inevitability allwood counter and say that i'm not defending the judgment on that but if you if you're going to criticize the FAA doing something get something wrong uprising for doing something right because number one wasn't it for the for the highlight so it's sort of i just because they've got right doesn't mean that they can get things so wrong that you can have an accent like that but i do often find it difficult when the had so much vocal criticism of of the highlights and this is gonna be the full fifth time. I'm now facing an accident all seen something where i think this could have been us tattoo seeking mceniry last year shala clark spa last year to tonight tonight safe. There was quite a damage to sean glaus halo in the race last weekend of see the see the much bigger things to focus folks on after after antoine who says fatal crash but there was quite significant malkin's on goliath halo which look being trump were debris than benefit like a front wing or something but that was in a position where had the halen being that could have been quite nasty helmet strike as well as congress right. There's enough. I'm not saying that justifies the hyperion a sausage curb that rent a car into a computer game style barrel row because that could have been horrifically bad just because here's the highlights potentially saved the drive. It doesn't mean it didn't put the marshalls life at risks risks because of of land on the couch and then came down the side. I just think you have to look look at stuff a perspective and say if yes the way the FAA goes about his decision making tests sense of balance it probability occa- in that situation.

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you in the life. If you want to live cd medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active. OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease uh-huh. It's a it's also podcast. We we review the italian grand prix. Shola went to fall in defense <music> charlotte flex. It's a famous win in front of the sebastian veterans blunders again saturday produces carry on qualifying and driving standards so again in the spotlight boring boring formula one on one. I'm your host at struan joining me to discuss a thrilling italian grand prix i as andrew vanderberg longtime no seeing also sport podcastone..

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"In the lab but actually had a lot of time a lot more time than he thought i think i think it was a combination of the amount of time you have to get to the line and also the tar temperature so nice. There's things you can do. Sometimes you need to reassure drivers in that situation about about what you can recall those down. The order of china might progress symbols have spent a little bit so you long long step behind him outside because he cruised up he's up behind <hes> in position often about full laps having george russell and he was still <hes> but he didn't pass picked off the low hanging fruit didn't he and then he got granted behind lap fourteen. He got past russell up thirty two. We got regarding a load of time lost in that period then he couldn't get roman and later on so i think that ultimately stopped him starting coming in buses his case. I don't think he's the most incisive take on the grid. That's probably a a weak spot for him so ultimately garnering eavesdrop the back coming through and getting decent f.a.s.t quite difficult to do too much will not but he was as we discussed that instant moly architecture is doubtful. The naturally appeared so i thought during the day so unfortunate for robotic salvaged a couple of points title hopes taking a huge blow now flouncy nine the norris's nine three months alexander album finish tenth <hes> another good swimming now he had an incident with peres which is still have not seen <hes>. We'll be saying before doing my eye. Oh yes yes because you you will have access to all the onboard shoutout for paris. 'cause i thought quietly impressive rice firmed die qualified thailand the grid bridge pay twelve first lap very incisive first lap it quite early but was quick enough to then remain ahead of the people that had leapfrogged eight frogs in the early phase and then he knew he is on course for tenth place from clinton unlikely slot on the great before we got biff out why well yeah we don't we don't we can't comment. Exactly what happened is after <hes>. Hey felt it was too too. Harsh from albany should have been given some kind of penalty michael massey. The race director right said that he was just stay with side by side and they made contact. I'm cloudy so rightly so the album how to difference <hes> different view of i mean i think the fact that you had to go probably says it just was a saudi force for my looking at crowd camera that point they increasingly ubiquitous crowd very very possibly been distracted napa. Ah good for album to pick poignant peres racing point. They didn't really have it hooked up on this circuit. Having made the improvements in hockenheim say pretty pretty difficult for them but good for albums have pick up another point parasites damage at the end is well. She like a bucket of ice water to throw of scott away him up the thing is he leaps into so action when he when he when he has to say so. I combine all time we do. We don't you barely than almost any sunny six minutes to midnight now so we're doing we wrap up fairly early shortage but there are a few other see we mentioned ricardo's problem..

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"He's up against maxwell staff fantastic driver one i think most people would put him as one of the best two in formula one currently and many would argue these number the one so it's a tough job but it's just the lack of it's just the lack of progress we did see silverstein was quite a good weekend. Hockenheim didn't go well but that were positive for example. He qualified really close to stop and when that was disallowed fronting slot wide loss corner but that that didn't engaged time. They've gotten classy so actually that's that's pretty good. Rice didn't perfectly but you're looking for these improvements and then he went and then hungering just is now a complained about sars sector saying can get them together working in <hes> in qualifying and then in the rice of c met a bad start fell behind the mclarens got passed by reichen and he came about three to six in the end but still behind sewing and obviously he was helped by norris having a slow pitstop in the other mclaren because norris's riot he's. He's unfortunately fortunately turning a car. That's contending race victories in sir too often midfielder. I thought he just broken claire of being built up into midfield well. The problem is the even the moment where 'bosses slipped back massively from from hamilton in the last couple of races but still has roughly at around. I keep percent of hamilton's points tally vista veteran clarifying the close pushing like eighty five ninety percent of veterans points tally. I think ghazni's gothard of stop points at sixty three verses one off that is a business that is so so bad and i know that there have been some mitigating circumstances he really went back and he had the problem there which queeg jewish did which when you look how many the monument cost him actually what would have been quite big chunk of percentage wise of his points tally but going back to what coach said <unk> yet ghazi was promoted to sing rebel didn't wanna put me in the car for this year. They wanna toughest opponent ricardo in the car this year they promoted gas because it didn't have whether i did have a choice because of that they could have gone for something could have gone for signs it but they'd obviously made a decision decision that he was not going to be in the way you might be forced to run..

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Car. It was nothing to the lead car out front. It was the complete absence of the second second car gasoline business. Well had guys leap in science third in hamilton's pit. Stop window. It doesn't one hundred percent close of that strategy taper it would've it would've made a huge rest only needed even if he just needed to be a nuisance review exactly even if it doesn't deter them from trying that strategy in which is obviously the ideal the ideal situation for rep always they go call the is close enough so that is a question mark with the lewis would even regain second let alone win but only would need to do is being a position where he could hold up the mercedes for a couple of laps if he'd bought for stopping a couple no more laps. Maybe the step. It doesn't need to go aggressively on the ties so not only does louis catch him later. He catches max's has got slaughtered by a thai life left. Maybe it's not quite foregone conclusion then but the problem in a genuinely think this is the first time this year the the the guys. Leah's costs <unk> something tangible. We've known for a long time since four five races is in the he's probably gonna cost rebel second in the constructor's championship this year unless he went over stop and like run from last year it it would not be at that level is not going to be fighting for wins and podiums but the signs over the last three races okay well. Maybe we're going to be a good on the study. Maybe you will be the deputy. The for stopping rebel need you to be and he was and he was nowhere to be seen today. He's he's it just like the championship points. He's got forty points. Call signs yeah. It's it's it's not good and you have to ask yourself have have they promoted him to see which oversees is a a systemic red bull problem. They've emptied the tank too quickly of that young driver chris game. Maybe another year 'cause he's got potential as ability. There's pace loss. Jerry was maybe but radic but there was some on weekends. Where are you seriously quick. Can we we see. I think this weekend will be a particular blow for him because he's a tough situation. I say it's a second full season. He's up against maxwell staff fantastic driver one i think most people would put him as one of the best two in formula one currently and many would argue these number the one.

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"One of them sneaking a do not disturb silence of the outside of it still still hasn't been made apple day and it made him after the fear is she thought i was disappointed because we only get one butler still water in the minibar bill which obviously i guess because as we discovered earlier in the weekend i get very excited with the excessive amounts of sparkling water going but i don't understand the nathan was to be sparkling. We've can have if they you want but please still has to get one still water bottle and that will not been replenished. Fortunately i'd have four also survive for those who are not mind indicting sparkle to monterey with some sparkling water. I can't follow that well. We want to let you go. I it comes to talking about the the race weekend then scott well on the subject the racing which we probably should talk about a little bit so this is the longest interesting we've ever done on in a post grown pretty podcast so that's my fault. Yes so we've we've digressed. Somewhat lewis hamilton did win the race but maxwell stop and let the vast majority short-sea of it so i guess the first thing is the fact that we we have now seen red bull and mercedes really going toe to toe hamilton versus for stopping so it's always nice to see this battle. We've been quite keen to see this sort of flight victory in a in a rice. We saw a little bit. I guess in monaco staffan was pressuring hamilton but they weren't quite but this this this. This is a very memorable rice. This is proper is that your is that we've been waiting for lewis even mentioned after the rice the battle everybody's been talking about the last two or three races has been while you know louis and max what could they do in lewis has been faced with questions until free grand prix. We now well. Would you have maximize your teammate. What would it be like. You're in the same car. We really want to see happen and lewis pointed out after the race. We actually had that today for the first time it was a it was really really intense. Fire it was similar to <hes> it was very similar to to monaco what was actually closer to <hes> <hes> to canada veto versus hamilton. Obviously <hes> ended in a slightly different manner to to what happened in montreal but this is one of those races i found germany was amazing and i watched that i watched that from home mogul zip as a as a t._v. punter and it was brilliant entertainment but but it wasn't a pure authentic race germany was a madness race which which is great fun but it was just a load of stuff cereal rug polling rather than conventional exactly and this okay sure there wasn't a massive amount of taking but we saw hamilton invest eappen. Whichever one you think is the best driver in f one of the moment they all the to form drivers in f one at the moment probably to quickey some great most reliable on the grid right now actually not not just racing hunting in each other down going to will and yeah yeah. Maybe maybe tight lewis is word. Maybe gave max a bit more room than he would have done if they were actually fine at the time so he claims it because of the point situation he felt that when they went to where we could afford to be slightly less aggressive but i think dampened the spectacle what was it was a mega race. Either of them would have been worthy winners as it was how milton somehow managed to execute a strategy that he really wasn't a fan of the mercedes. It even ruled out before the race. It's awful of bleating on the radio about tires which initially seemed quite dispiriting and then that the random two stop strategy kinda crap on us didn't but there was not yawning gulf of space behind because we had no bought ask no gas lay the ferrari's twenty forty seconds down the right by that point so they were irrelevant to the outcome well. Let's just just one about two qualifying max. I finally got his first policy..

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Give them give them credit all of this made for stop and pretty easy that the state now it's funny we can for the staff because he's he's driven while he's won the Grand Prix but there's a few caveats surveys performance performance overall because I think if you look at his qualifying lap a little bit scruffy feel Larry's I think maybe the red bull with at the potential to challenge Hamilton's poll a little bit Arctic even Allison's pullout wasn't wasn't Pathak's and then I'm inclined to give him the benefit of the doubt for the star because Guiseley had a very bad getaways while that was some problems with the with the mapping and the settings which which news Arizona's talking about they did have a sped did struggle a bit get spotted all these little things you think very good drive but it wasn't quite the verstappen bond stormer of a weekend. You might have expected Yeah He. He said that he only started finding easy wants hit got past the Mercedes. He said he was quite badly disrupted by Batas his wake particularly when he was behind him and it designing wants potash was after the way that he was able to kind of get to a kind of pace he wanted to go at which to my mind suggests that perhaps up lovey all-singing all-dancing front wings and not making it quite so easy to fall hours <hes> possibly you the was hyped when specifications were brought in and see sunnyside good good good victory for staff embodies. It's number one. It's not Jackie Stewart winning the neubergring by enough.

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"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"grand prix" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Eh It's also podcast. We review a dramatic German Grand Prix. Pick the key moments that made the race in the German Grand Prix that was with Max verstappen winning rain Reysen many other drivers frustrated and disappointed and in some cases various with missed opportunities plenty to talk about on this one. I'm your host I'd sure and joining meter by sex this races stewart cuddling hasn't it seems like seems like days ago. We were admiring that that's a market Schumacher. Ferrari indeed in we're just doing it. This morning wasn't wasn't that great and there were two of them as well that would so you guys fantastic joint engine few Toro Rosso mechanics drifted over to have a look some members of the framer team who hanging around so yeah it was <hes> just just must be confronted with a with a car of vintage. It's not often you know when you you've risked life and limb in media shuttle bus from some remote cop to be disgorged blinking into the light at the circuit and those those two thousand and four Ferrari over that only one thing surpassed that today and that was actually watching watching it in action in the hands of mix you yeah that was great of course Michael she mica he did a very popular demo here on Saturday and Sunday so that was a good for the for the home crown must see that car out and running and of course the the V ten. Let's <hes> people laments the loss of better back then alert exactly we'll we'll try. We'll try and avoid that I should say 'cause. You're a little bit too cheery because sometimes we have a slightly <hes> run ragged Scott Mitchell joining us in these rates podcasts after all the Austrian Grand Prix he was particularly Julie. <hes> particularly troubled well. If you want me to complain for three minutes all about how tired and ill I am. I could probably do that but but this this hotel has a marvelous innovation where if you if you declined to have your roommate might up they give you a beer voucher so on my way in I exchanged one of those factors for bit Burger and I was half expecting it to be one of those horrendous little two hundred Senegalese twenty four point two liter test tube that very often these things they gave me a full half liter of bit Burger so frankly after that Grand Prix with this. I've got nothing to complain about whatsoever and of course we should say that's quite appropriate given we've just mentioned multi. She Mike Berger sponsorship indeed. That's why I forgot to mention. This thing's got a daily at the bottom as well around it. Is this little thing at the bottom of German big last call like little spine through this this'll stunned. I think stem a stem the base I think it gives you a touch of cloth that you've you can certainly missing excellent. Well believe it or not. There was plenty going on the race for us to talk about rather than this this madness so I guess the real question is where where to start stop and is the obvious place vice. This is <hes> his long-awaited first rain-affected Grand Prix Victory Lewis Hamilton courses when the last nine rain affects it Grand Prix prior to today's German Grand Prix. We didn't mean looking at the stats avenue. Well actually multiple magazine that it's a Kevin Insana keeps a very good record. He's done some very thorough search. He did give me a number for how many rain affected races he thinks they have been which I'm just going to look up because he's got this massive spreadsheet full of flow things he reckons over one hundred thirty eight rain-affected World Championship races assist now obviously rain affects how much rain some of them not massively and the further you go back sometimes the slightly less complete records cross over point between wet and dry or wet dry rice exactly exactly it's so that number is is about. It's interesting nonetheless yes Louis Hampson didn't get his time when Steph and got his got his first it was called it securities.

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