Opening track: Daft Punk – Lose Yourself to Dance
I took your questions from the various places we’re at (Facebook, Twitter, Reddit) and answered them! I also have a new guest – my wife’s best friend Bethany – who is a brand spankin’ new Formula 1 fan and pelted me with newbie questions too.
Let’s roll through the letter Q on our Formula 1 journey from A to Z!
Opening track: Atlas Genius – Molecules
A bit of a Montreal, Canada recap and then we dive into our topics!
Opening track: Massive Attack – Paradise Circus
It takes skilled mechanics and a heap load of money to make a Mercedes that Michael Schumacher can put on Pole Position at Monaco
All that and more on THE MEGA M EPISODE
We are back! With the 2019 Formula 1 season in full swing, we’re back to bring you more on the basics of F1 so you get the most enjoyment out of the sport. I’ve got a special guest this week – my dad! He’s a pretty new fan and I thought I’d have him along to bring us through Lewis Hamilton, Laps, and Leading strategies.
This episode I’ll take you through the history of Force India and where they’re at now given their recent ownership change. We’ll also talk about the inside line – what it is, why it’s important, when and when you don’t want to use it. And lastly we’ll cover ignition and how it relates to vehicle aerodynamics. Yes, they’re linked.
Right! Martin Brundle keeps banging on about putting in hot laps. What’s that?! I’ve got you covered.
Heat! It’s good, it’s bad, which is it when?! Got that too.
Go ahead and do an image search of James Hunt. Look at that magnificent bastard. Icon of 1970s Formula 1 and flamboyance. He’s coming your way too.
Strap in, F1 A-to-Z’s letter H is here.
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Life has conspired against me to get a new episode out, but here I am and we’re going to cover Haas driver Romain Grosjean, upcoming driver changes for the 2019 grid (wow there’s a lot of changes) and Great Britain and how it’s an epicenter of Formula 1.
Back from summer break, we dive in with flags, fitness, and Ferrari.
Welcome back! This week we dive into track evolution, the Energy Recovery System (ERS) and a man who shaped F1 into what it is today, Bernie Ecclestone.
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