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The 2013 Formula One season draws to a close this weekend and hopefully, it will go out in style. Interlagos knows how to host a season-closing race, and the Brazilian fans know how to raise the atmosphere to a whole new level. With forecasts showing rain for most, if not all, of the weekend, there's ...
The Circuit of the Americas has played host to just one Formula One race so far, and already it has become one of the more popular events on the calendar. Helping to smooth relationships between F1 and the States, the comeback of the US Grand Prix in 2012 was a superbly successful event.
Just one week after the 2013 championships were sewn up by Vettel and Red Bull, Formula One is back in action. Heading to Abu Dhabi, the paddock gets set for the twilight action at Yas Marina, as the race starts in sunshine and ends under floodlights.
The Buddh track provides a challenge to the drivers, just as the championship is drawing to a conclusion. The title could be wrapped up this weekend but there's still so much to look forward to. In this F1 Digest episode, we take a look at the upcoming weather, which looks less changeable than we've seen of late.
Formula One heads to the difficult and demanding Suzuka circuit, where we could see the 2013 champion crowned. Ferrari don't intend to make things easy for Red Bull, so hopefully we will have a good fight on our hands whatever happens. This F1 Digest preview show rounds up all the useful information ...
Joe makes a thinly disguised attempt to delay his inevitable trip to South Korea by spending an hour catching up on all the current commotion that's driving F1. Topics under discussion include the one thing that Sebastian Vettel is very good at and why Kimi Räikkönen likely jumped too soon, plus the ...
The F1 circus moves on to the first of a back-to-back double header, with the Korean International Circuit playing host to our eleven teams. The track has faced plenty of criticism in the past, and the 2013 season has gone off the boil just a little, so this weekend has a lot to do to keep things entertaining. ...
Formula One returns to Asia, with everything that a night race brings with it. Drivers are faced with living at a different timezone to the location they are in, and focusing their concentration to race when they might otherwise be contemplating bed. The Marina Bay track offers up a twisting lap that ...
The final race of the European leg of 2013 approaches, with Monza playing host to the action for the twelfth round of the season and where Ferrari and Pirelli celebrate their home race. The weather looks as though it could hold a twist or two in store, but we know by now that we should never take rain for granted.
One of the more popular and historical races on the F1 calendar brings us back from the summer break, with the challenging Eau Rouge, changeable weather, and drivers with everything to prove. We've had four weeks of peace and quiet but the engines are about to be fired up to maximum for the super-fast Spa circuit.
We're back in the podcasting saddle for a roundup of everything happening in the world of Sidepodcast, and of course in Formula One. With the summer break gradually drawing to a close, we take the opportunity to review the non-news of the last few weeks, as well as a quick recap of how each team our ...
It's been another extended break but we're back in action and this time Formula One rocks up to the Hungaroring for the final installment of the season before the summer break commences. The circuit isn't well known for providing great racing, and overtaking can be a bit of an issue, but there's still ...
It's been too long, but Feet Up Friday returns for an hour of Formula One chatter, covering all the news we've missed. From the troubles at Silverstone, to the solutions yet to be found at the Young Driver test this week, from the woes of Felipe Massa to the highs of Romain Grosjean, there's a little ...
Back to back racing means we're back with another Digest preview before you have time to say Nordschleife. Tyre troubles may be dominating the headlines but here there is only a brief mention of the compounds before we discuss everything else related to the upcoming race weekend.
Ahead of the British Grand Prix, Joe Saward stops by to talk all things motor sport. From the competent Valtteri Bottas, to Red Bull's cool good luck and the real winner in the tyre testing controversy.
A revamped Digest show previews the upcoming British Grand Prix, as Formula One returns to Silverstone for some fast and furious racing action. After two street circuits have twisted up the order, it's time for the F1 paddock return to a permanent track, and one that is steeped in racing history.
Gathered together are the seven short shows that make up Racing Families - the mini series that takes a closer look at those with motorsport running through their DNA. From champion father and son combinations, through a sprawling family legacy, to those who barely scratched the surface of Formula One, ...
Hello and welcome to Racing Families, a mini series from Sidepodcast that looks at all those drivers who have family members in the same profession. This is the last episode of the series, meaning we’ve already covered six families that have racing in their blood. This time, our seventh family, it’s ...
Hello and welcome, this is Racing Families, the latest mini series brought to you by Sidepodcast. Across seven short shows we’re taking a look at the motorsport personalities who are keeping it in the family. We’ve covered five so far, and today we’re moving on to another high-profile racing father ...
Hello and welcome to a brand new episode in the Racing Families mini-series from Sidepodcast. As you may expect we’re looking at the great and the good from the world of motorsport, but particularly those that are keeping it in the family. Today, it’s time for a sprawling family legacy, and the name? Andretti.
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