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Sidepodcast // All for F1 and F1 for All: Episodes

In the briefest of breaks between the city life of Canada and the serenity of Austria, Joe finds a few free minutes to scrutinise the current state of Formula 1. A fantastically close season and a fine spectacle in Montreal provide the ideal backdrop for an hour of motor sport discussion.
It's time for another round up of the amazing feedback we get from readers and listeners, with voicemails, emails and messages galore. On this show we discuss technological focus, cost caps and taxes, plus Franck!
Catching up with some of the things we've missed in our all too lengthy absence, this Debrief episode takes a look at what really happened in Monaco. On this show, we discuss Formula One's epic soap opera, who's ahead on power units and the latest in sporting injuries.
Following an intense schedule of back-to-back races, Joe Saward stops by to recount tales of F1 action since Malaysia. We cover all the key stories of the moment, from a milestone worth celebrating, to the big talent in the midfield and the non-announcement of two new Formula 1 teams.
We asked for lots of feedback and got such a great response that we've squeezed in another feedback show just before the Bahrain Grand Prix gets underway. On this show, we discuss the teammate situation at Mercedes, who Magnussen most resembles, and a very good conspiracy theory.
It has been the talk of the town for the past few days, so we turn our attention to the problem of driver weights. On this show, we discuss ditching the water supply, the merits of being short and what could force the FIA's hand. The lighter side of F1 has been an issue for a while, but has kicked off ...
An early morning start in Malaysia gives Joe Saward chance to catch up on all things new in Formula 1. Ahead of the weekend's first sweltering practice session there is much to cover and plenty more to discover.
With three emails to lead us through our topics, we take a closer look at recent feedback to Sidepodcast. On this show, we discuss the engine sound in person, predicting great things for Kvyat, and your homework for the week. We hear what it was like on the ground in Melbourne and that reaction to the ...
Our aim in this episode was to compare our assumptions going into the Australian Grand Prix with what actually occurred. Along the way that encompasses the sound of silence, who lost their cool under pressure and Melbourne's magic number.
Hot on the heels of our positive thoughts about Williams for the coming season, we're expanding the topic for a full episode of predictions. On this show we discuss Stefano's toughest task, the best placed rookie and avoiding committing to anything. Packed with facts and figures, poll results and comments, ...
F1 Debrief is back, revamped and ready to face a brand new Formula One season. On this show, we discuss personnel changes, all the money pouring into Grove and the Brazilian succession plan. With just one topic on the agenda, we go in-depth at Williams, weighing up the many pros and fewer cons of life ...
In fine Sidepodchat tradition, the tables are turned on us and this time I'm answered the questions. For her university project, Alex Downing asks the probing questions about the subject of women in motorsport - why aren't there more drivers, what is holding them back, and what does the future hold for ...
A catch up show begins with talk of the 2013 season just gone, and how it wasn't one that we will particularly miss. Conversation swiftly moves on to the 2014 grid and how the pairings throughout the entry list are unusual and in some cases unwanted. However, there is still plenty to cheer about as some ...
After making it through another full season of F1, journalist Joe Saward drops in to review all things 2013 and to look ahead at what's going on with motor sport next year.
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 ...
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