Sveriges 100 mest populära podcasts

F1 Nation

F1 Nation

F1 Nation is a weekly podcast uniting fans from around the world. Join Tom Clarkson, Damon Hill and Natalie Pinkham as they bring you a slice of light-hearted F1 chat, with guests, debates and plenty of laughs?


iTunes / Overcast / RSS



Andretti and Hill preview the US Grand Prix

Mario Andretti -1978 Formula 1 World Champion and motorsport legend - joins Tom Clarkson and Damon Hill to look ahead to the 2021 United States Grand Prix. Who better than two title-winners to debate whether Max Verstappen or Lewis Hamilton are better equipped to win in Austin and take command in the championship fight? Mario picks his stars of the 2021 F1 grid and explains why he thinks IndyCar sensation Colton Herta has what it takes to join them one day. Plus, memories of Andretti?s championship win, how he raced Damon?s father Graham at the Indy 500 and what it was like to race against the F1 titans of the 1970s.
Calling all F1 fans from Austin to Auckland to Abu Dhabi! If you?ve got a question you?d like to ask the 96 World Champ, record it as a voice memo and send it to [email protected]  

This episode is sponsored by: use the code F1NATION30 to get £30 off your first order - get 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
Länk till avsnitt

Mark Webber on Turkey?s Winners and Spinners

Mark Webber joins TC and Natalie for a deep dive into the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix. Webber won nine times with Red Bull during his career, but he thinks his old team will have to pull out all the stops if Max Verstappen is to beat Lewis Hamilton to this year?s World Championship. Webber?s here for the big questions from the race: why did Hamilton stay out so long on his worn tyres, have Ferrari hit back against McLaren, what was Mark?s former teammate Sebastian Vettel thinking when he gambled on slicks, and how does the Fernando Alonso of 2021 compare to the driver Webber went wheel-to-wheel with? Plus Mark puts his ?driver representative? hat on to reveal how he?s trying to help Formula 2 championship leader Oscar Piastri make the jump to F1.

This episode is sponsored by: use the code F1NATION30 to get £30 off your first order - get 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
Länk till avsnitt

Alex Albon joins our Turkish GP preview

He?ll be back on the grid with Williams in 2022 ? but until then Alex Albon is flat out trying to help Red Bull prevail not only in the Turkish Grand Prix but the 2021 World Championship fight too. Alex joins TC and Damon for an in-depth chat about his Red Bull sim work, what he?s learned in his year away from F1 racing, how it feels to be replacing his mate George Russell at Williams, how the 2022 cars feel in the sim and his championship predictions. Plus, how lost passport drama struck Alex as he headed to sign his new F1 deal?

This episode is sponsored by: use the code  F1NATION25 to get £25 off your first order - get 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
Länk till avsnitt

Russian GP Review: History for Hamilton, heartbreak for Norris

Joy, despair, and everything in-between - Sochi served up a true classic as late rain produced a breathtaking finish. Damon Hill, Natalie Pinkham and Tom Clarkson walk through how it all unfolded - from the late drama and Lando Norris's agony at missing a first Grand Prix triumph to Lewis Hamilton's record 100th, and of course Max Verstappen's spellbinding surge to second. Plus all the behind the scenes details from the paddock AND a helping of Ask Damon, with listener questions on 2022 and how to handle the most awkward media questions...

To ask your questions to the 1996 F1 champ, send a voicenote to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by: use the code  F1NATION25 to get £25 off your first order - get 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
Länk till avsnitt

Russian GP Preview: Can Bottas win again in Sochi?

Valtteri Bottas drops by for a chat as F1 prepares to return to the Sochi Autodrom. The track holds happy memories for the Finn: it?s where he took his first F1 victory, and he won there in 2020 as well. Valtteri is always super strong in Russia, but he thinks three teams will be fighting for the win this year. He also reveals what he?ll miss about Mercedes, why he?s excited about leading Alfa Romeo, and the tough choice of company car he?ll have at his new team.
Plus, Tom?s skydiving cameo in the Netflix Schumacher documentary, Natalie?s top-secret mission with Aston Martin and we debate who?s going to get the final unconfirmed seat on the 2022 Formula 1 grid.

This episode is sponsored by:
LinkedIn Jobs - visit to post a job for free
Manscaped - get 20% off and free shipping with code F1NATION 
Länk till avsnitt

Italian GP Review: Ricciardo cashes in as Max and Lewis clash again

Phew, what a race! Once again the Italian Grand Prix at Monza delivered another humdinger of an event, full of action and incident. Here to discuss it all are Damon Hill, Natalie Pinkham and Tom Clarkson, who begin by talking about race winner Daniel Ricciardo?s remarkable weekend and recent uptick in form. Then they get into the thorny subject of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen?s latest clash and whether it sets a precedent moving forwards. Plus there?s all the usual behind-the-scenes stories from the paddock AND another helping of Ask Damon, with listener questions on legends racing in a sprint series and team orders.

To ask your question to the 1996 F1 champ, send a voicenote to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by: 
LinkedIn Jobs - visit to post a job for free
Länk till avsnitt

Dutch GP review: Ross Brawn on Verstappen?s sensational home win

Max Verstappen?s orange army invaded Zandvoort at the weekend and they got just what they wanted - a sensational home win for the hard-charging Dutchman. Fresh from the circuit, Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham share their thoughts and behind-the-scenes stories from a sensational first race back at the seaside venue since the 80s. Then F1?s Managing Director of Motorsport jumps on to share his thoughts on what made the race great (and what the sport has learned for the future), what to expect at the upcoming second F1 Sprint weekend in Monza, and why he?s so enthusiastic about the latest generation of driving talent. Plus Natalie spills the beans on THAT conversation that sent Lando Norris into a fit of giggles!

This episode is sponsored by: 
Manscaped - get 20% off and free shipping with code F1NATION 
Länk till avsnitt

Belgian GP review: Wet wet wet

As Spa-Francorchamps delivers a washout, Tom and Natalie wring out their socks to join Damon in discussing one of the weirder weekends in F1 history. And despite the lack of race action there?s much to chat about, including whether it was right not to start the race, Lando Norris?s big crash at Eau Rouge, George Russell?s qualifying heroics - and just what this weekend means for the title race. And the gang also look ahead to the upcoming Dutch Grand Prix, where the weather forecast thankfully looks clear?

And if that wasn?t enough, Damon also answers a couple more of your questions in Ask Damon. To have your question answered on the show, send a voice note to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by: - 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
LinkedIn Jobs - post a job for free at 
Länk till avsnitt

Belgian GP preview with Eddie Jordan

It?s race week! 

After what feels like an eternity, F1 is almost back, with the teams and drivers heading to the awesome Spa-Francorchamps circuit for the Belgian Grand Prix. And who better to look forward to the action than three-time Belgian GP winner Damon Hill and Tom Clarkson, who this week are joined by Eddie Jordan, Damon?s former boss who enjoyed his first F1 win with the 1996 world champ in Spa in 1998! They discuss the unique challenge of the circuit, who the track is likely to favour, and of course look back on some moments from the past, including Schumacher?s debut in ?91 and of course that famous first Jordan win in the wet in ?98?
Länk till avsnitt

Ask Damon Special P.2 - On engine noise, UFOs, favourite smells and more!

It?s STILL the F1 summer break, so for the second and final time Damon, Tom and Natalie are back for another boredom-busting Ask Damon special. This week the 1996 F1 world champion answers your questions on his favourite sounding engine, extra-terrestrial goings on in a racing car, his favourite music, his most evocative smell and more! And don?t forget to tune in next week when normal service resumes with our Belgian Grand Prix preview episode!
Länk till avsnitt

Ask Damon Special Pt.1: On helmet swaps, pre-race food and doing a TV advert with Murray Walker!

It?s the F1 summer break, and that means it?s time for something different on The Nation. As the gang enjoy a well-earned rest, we?ve got a couple of special Ask Damon episodes to keep you entertained. On this week?s show 1996 world champion Damon Hill is joined by Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham as he answers YOUR questions on who he swapped helmets with, what he used to eat before a Grand Prix, who his ideal team mate is, and what it was like to film a Pizza Hut commercial with Murray Walker back in the day?

This episode is sponsored by:
Post a job for free at
Länk till avsnitt

Hungarian GP Review: Ocon takes his chance

Damon and Tom look back on another thrilling, crash-affected race that produced a brand-new winner: Esteban Ocon! They discuss how the Frenchman was able to hit the jackpot, unpick the opening lap crashes that proved catastrophic for Red Bull and Ferrari, discuss Lewis Hamilton?s exhausting fight back from a questionable strategy call, and why Sebastian Vettel impressed, despite his disqualification. Tom also shares some behind the scenes perspective on THAT spiky press conference answer from Max Verstappen, before former Toyota driver Allan McNish joins to discuss the top performers of the season so far.

And finally there?s another edition of Ask Damon, where the champ answers YOUR questions. To ask your question to Damon, send a voice note to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by: - get 20% off + free shipping with code F1NATION use code  F1NATION25 to get £25 off your first order

Länk till avsnitt

Hungarian GP Preview: Will we see more Hamilton and Verstappen fireworks in Budapest?

After the thrills and spills of Silverstone, Damon and Tom return to preview the final race before the summer break, in Hungary. First up they discuss the continuing fallout from Hamilton and Verstappen?s clash in Britain, including that 1.8m dollar damage bill that Red Bull have revealed. Then F1 Nation?s Dutch correspondent - Jack Plooij from broadcaster Ziggo - joins the boys to discuss the view from the Netherlands, plus to offer some insight on how Verstappen might approach the Hungarian race. And finally, after a discussion on who are the favourites for silverware in Budapest, there?s another edition of Ask Damon. To ask your question to the 1996 world champ, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

British GP Review: Hamilton elated, Red Bull deflated

What a weekend that was in Silverstone! From Friday qualifying to Saturday?s Sprint and THAT incident in Sunday?s race, there wasn?t a dull moment. Fresh from the circuit, Damon, Tom and Natalie reconvene to digest all the action, starting of course with that controversial clash between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Whose fault was it and was the penalty fair? They also discuss Charles Leclerc?s superb race for Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel?s litter-picking and whether they enjoyed F1?s first ever Sprint weekend format. And there?s even time for two more of your questions to be answered by the ?96 champ in Ask Damon. To ask Damon a question send a voice note to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by: use code  F1NATION25 to get £25 off your first order
Länk till avsnitt

British GP Preview: George Russell on his excitement for F1 Sprint at Silverstone

Forget about the football, this week is all about F1 at Silverstone and the British Grand Prix. To celebrate, Tom and Damon are joined by Williams? young superstar George Russell to look ahead to his home race ? and the exciting arrival of F1 Sprint and a new weekend format. He also discusses his F1 future and whether there?ll be any announcements this weekend?   To guys also share anecdotes from the recent Goodwood Festival of Speed, reminisce on memories of Silverstone past, and debate who might take home the silverware this year, be it Red Bull, Mercedes or someone else. And if that wasn?t enough, there?s also a George Russell-tastic edition of Ask Damon, where the ?96 champ answers your questions.

This episode is sponsored by
Sons - use code F1NATION25 to get £25 off your first order
Länk till avsnitt

Austrian Grand Prix review: To penalise or not to penalise - that is the question

And just like that, the triple header is over! After the third race in three weeks, Damon, Natalie and Tom reconvene to pick over events at the Red Bull Ring - including those much debated penalties to Lando Norris and Sergio Perez. They also discuss Max Verstappen?s dominance, Lewis Hamilton?s new contract, Fernando Alonso?s bromance with George Russell and much more - including a few behind the scenes stories from the paddock. Plus there?s the latest instalment of Ask Damon, where The Champ answers YOUR questions - including one on the oldest car he?s driven.

To get your question answered on the show, send a voice note to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by:
Manscaped - get 20% off and free shipping with code F1NATION
Länk till avsnitt

Styrian Grand Prix review: James Allison unpicks why Red Bull had the edge on Mercedes

The Red Bull Ring lived up to its name as Red Bull?s Max Verstappen eased to victory over Lewis Hamilton in the Styrian Grand Prix. Tom and Natalie unpack how it all played out, and are joined by Mercedes? Technical Director James Allison to discuss the Silver Arrows? defeat and how they plan to respond at the same track next weekend. There?s also chat about Charles Leclerc?s driver of the day performance, Daniel Ricciardo?s homesickness, George Russell?s heartache and Fernando Alonso?s continued resurgence. Plus Tom and Natalie share some behind the scenes stories from Austria, including a potentially embarrassing moment for Lewis Hamilton!

This episode is sponsored by:
Sons - use code F1NATION25 to get £25 off your first order
Länk till avsnitt

French GP Review: Red Bull knock Merc off-balance

Merci beaucoup, Paul Ricard! Damon, TC and Pinks re-live a thrilling French Grand Prix and marvel at Red Bull?s winning strategy. Damon gives his take on Valtteri Bottas? radio fury, Max Verstappen?s Turn 1 wobble and Mercedes? chassis swap. The gang also discuss a great weekend for McLaren and try and get to the bottom of Ferrari?s tyre woes.  With two races in Austria coming up, the team debate whether Red Bull or Mercedes are the favourites. Plus, why Pinks wants to swap lives with Yuki Tsunoda, DH compares himself to a Hollywood A-lister F1 and the trio answer your questions on dream Grand Prix locations and driver contracts in Ask Damon.   If you?d like to put your question to The Champ, record a voice note and email it to [email protected]  
Länk till avsnitt

French GP preview with Alain Prost

It?s triple header time! Yes, this weekend the French GP kicks off a run of three races in three successive weekends, and Damon and Tom can?t wait! They discuss who the Paul Ricard track is more likely to suit: Mercedes or Red Bull, Ferrari or McLaren, and share some memories of the circuit. Then four-time world champion - and six-time French GP winner - Alain Prost joins to discuss Alpine?s progress and what it was like to be Damon?s team mate in 1993. And finally, Ask Damon returns with a musical question and more!

To ask Damon a question, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Azerbaijan GP review: Perez profits from Max?s misfortune

Fresh from his plane back from Baku, Tom joins Damon and Natalie to look back on a thrilling Azerbaijan Grand Prix which saw Sergio Perez claim his first win for Red Bull after Max Verstappen?s spectacular exit. They pick apart all the drama of that accident, Hamilton?s error at the restart, Vettel?s brilliance for Aston Martin, Gasly?s elbows out duel with Leclerc and much more. Plus there?s another edition of Ask Damon, including questions on tech gizmos and reading material.   To ask the champ a question, send a voicemail to [email protected]

This episode is sponsored by:
Manscaped - get 20% off and free shipping with code F1NATION
Länk till avsnitt

Azerbaijan preview: Daniil Kvyat and Fred Vasseur look ahead to Baku (and boxing)

After an off-weekend, TC and Pinks can?t wait for another action packed Azerbaijan Grand Prix, as they look ahead to this year?s race in Baku. They?re also joined by Alpine reserve driver Daniil Kvyat to discuss what it takes to do well at the street track, as well as who he?d fight in the F1 paddock... And finally Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur jumps on to chat about the team?s recent progress, Antonio Giovinazzi?s growing star, and whether he?d give an F1 drive to a 17-year-old...
Länk till avsnitt

Monaco review: Charles? pain is Max?s gain

Ok, so there wasn?t much overtaking, but Monaco still served up some great talking points - and Damon, Natalie and Tom are back to discuss them all! From Charles Leclerc?s qualifying crash to Mercedes? off colour day and Max?s perfect weekend, they dig into it all. Plus there?s chat on Sainz?s progression, Norris?s continued excellence and whether Sebastian Vettel has finally found his mojo. And if that wasn?t enough, Damon answers another listener question, this time on the harsh realities of swearing in the cockpit. 

If you want to ask Damon a question, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Monaco preview: Lewis, Max or someone else? Sir Jackie Stewart looks ahead to F1?s most famous race

It?s Monaco race week! TC and Damon are very excited this week as they preview the classic street race - especially when Monaco master Sir Jackie Stewart joins to discuss how to win in the Principality, and who might triumph this year. The Scot also hangs around for the latest instalment of Ask Damon, as the ?96 champ fields your questions once more - and reveals why he turned down the chance to drive for Jackie?s team!

If you want to ask Damon a question, send a voice message to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Spanish GP review: Verstappen wins the start, Hamilton wins the race

On this week?s show Damon returns to look back on an intense Spanish Grand Prix with Tom and Natalie. They discuss Hamilton?s 100th pole - and his response to Damon?s hyperbolic tweet about him! - plus the Briton?s strategic victory over Verstappen in the race. They also discuss that spicy start, Mercedes team orders, and TC shares some interesting behind-the-scenes observations on the title protagonists.

Then there?s chat on Leclerc, Ricciardo and Gasly, plus reaction to the surprising thing that Tsunoda says is best about being an F1 driver. 

And finally, Damon answers YOUR questions in the latest edition of Ask Damon.

To ask the Champ a question, however silly, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Portuguese GP review: Hamilton takes charge ? but will Verstappen hit back in Spain?

On this week?s episode of The Nation, TC and Pinks look back on the Portuguese Grand Prix and Hamilton vs Verstappen Round 3. Joining them (from an airport in the Algarve) to discuss how Hamilton bounced back from an early mistake to take victory is Senior Writer Lawrence Barretto, who also gives his views on Ferrari?s form and Raikkonen?s error. Then French journalist Julien Billiotte, for the country?s best selling motorsport magazine Auto Hebdo, joins to discuss Alpine?s upsurge in form and why everyone in France loves Pierre Gasly?
Länk till avsnitt

Portugal Preview: Gerhard Berger and Damon Hill share their Portuguese GP memories

After a weekend without F1, TC and Damon look ahead to the Portuguese GP with special guest, F1 race winner and notorious prankster Gerhard Berger. Together they share some of their most memorable moments and hilarious anecdotes from the race - including several massive shunts, a famous overtake and Ayrton Senna?s maiden win. Then they look ahead to this year?s race and the next instalment of Hamilton versus Verstappen, before another instalment of Ask Damon, this week with a theme of racing driver arguments.

To ask your question to The Champ, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Imola Review: The Hamilton vs Verstappen rivalry takes another twist

Well, what a race that was! After a terrific Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Damon, Natalie and Tom discuss all the important issues - including the latest shift in the Verstappen vs Hamilton rivalry, and why we saw SO many driver errors. There?s also chat on Lando Norris, Ferrari, Yuki Tsunoda, and of course that massive shunt between George Russell and Valtteri Bottas. And it wouldn?t be an episode of F1 Nation without another round of Ask Damon! 

To ask the Champ a question, however silly, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Imola Preview + The return of the Ferrari vs McLaren rivalry

On this week?s show TC and Pinks discuss whether this season will see a return of the classic Ferrari-McLaren rivalry, in the company of Felipe Massa?s former Ferrari engineer Rob Smedley. Then Italian correspondent Davide Valsecchi joins to help preview the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola, with the trio giving their podium predictions and more!

Don't forget, if you want to ask Damon a question, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Who wins a Mercedes vs Red Bull season-long battle?

On this week?s pod, with Natalie on hols, Damon and TC take a closer look at the Mercedes vs Red Bull rivalry, and how it compares to Williams? legendary battles with Benetton in the mid-90s. Then Pedro De La Rosa joins the boys to give his view on Alonso, Sainz and all things Spanish in F1, not to mention share some fantastic anecdotes. And finally we have another edition of Ask Damon, where the Champ answers YOUR questions...

Want to ask Damon a question? Send a voicenote to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

Bahrain GP review: Was this one of Lewis Hamilton?s best-ever victories?

After a breathless F1 season opener in Bahrain, Damon, Natalie and Tom pick apart the big talking points - including Max Verstappen surrendering the lead back to Lewis Hamilton, and just where the victory ranks in Hamilton?s best races. There?s also chat on Norris, Ricciardo and Sainz, some more Yuki Tsunoda love, plus the second instalment of Ask Damon. 

Oh, and keep an ear out for a cameo from Sky pit lane reporter Ted Kravitz too...

If you want to ask Damon a question, send a voice note to [email protected]
Länk till avsnitt

F1 Season Preview: Is this finally Max Verstappen?s year?

On the first episode 2021, Tom Clarkson and new team mates Damon Hill and Natalie Pinkham preview the upcoming F1 season ? with plenty of laughs along the way. Dutch broadcaster Jack Plooij joins to discuss Max Verstappen?s chances of dethroning Lewis Hamilton, the gang discuss Valtteri Bottas?s cheeky appearance in Drive to Survive, plus Damon faces his first fan question in the brand-new ?Ask Damon? segment.

If you want to ask Damon a question, send a voice note to [email protected]

Länk till avsnitt

F1 Nation returns on March 23 - and with an all-new line-up!

F1 Nation, your weekly dose of light-hearted F1 chat and fun, returns for a new season on March 23. And this year there?s a new presenting crew! Tom Clarkson returns with two new co-hosts ? 1996 F1 world champion Damon Hill and Sky Sports F1 presenter Natalie Pinkham. 

Be sure to hit the follow button so you don?t miss an episode!
Länk till avsnitt

Ross Brawn on a unique F1 year and the 2020 season reviewed in full

In the closing episode of 2020 TC and Alex welcome Ross Brawn to hear his thoughts on a year like no other (07:54) then Rosanna Tennant returns to review the season and set one last challenge. (28:25)
Finally as Alex bids farewell to F1 Nation we hear both the highlights and the occasions when things didn't go to plan when making the podcast. (59:43)
Länk till avsnitt

Why Sergio Perez must stay on the F1 grid, Andrew Shovlin on Mercedes pitstop meltdown and David Tremayne on the 2020 season

On the newly renamed 'Perez Nation' Tom Clarkson and Alex Jacques relive an incredible F1 week.
They debate if Mercedes might consider George Russell replacing Valtteri Bottas for 2021 (3:53) and hear why victory slipped away with Andrew Shovlin (12:12). 

Then there's a review of Sergio Perez's stunning last to first win, plus whether it will keep him on the grid for 2021 (20:57), finally hall of fame F1 journalist David Tremayne reflects on the strangest of F1 seasons (31:45). 
Länk till avsnitt

'All our worst case scenarios at once' Dr Ian Roberts and Alan Van Der Merwe on facing Grosjean's horror crash plus James Key on McLaren's third place chances

TC and Alex are joined by Dr Ian Roberts and Alan Van Der Merwe to hear about making sense of an accident scene with every second counting, practicing for worst-case scenarios, how unseen footage detailed Romain Grosjean's escape after the 53g impact and why they?re not surprised Romain wants to return to racing (6:53). 
Then hear from McLaren technical director James Key as the team juggle three years worth of car projects at once. (21:49)
Länk till avsnitt

Lewis Hamilton: the early F1 years as revealed by McLaren's Mark Temple

TC and Alex finally present F1 Nation from the same place and discuss how Renault will cope swapping Daniel Ricciardo with Fernando Alonso (2:01), why the change in safety car will feel strange (5:48) and how will F1 cope with a knight on the grid in 2021 (7:18).
Plus TC sits down with McLaren's Principal Car Performance Engineer, Mark Temple (10:27) to reveal the unseen pressures of Lewis Hamilton's early F1 years including: adjusting to fame, coping with Jenson Button, learning to 'drive slowly to go faster', ultimately deciding to leave the team he grew up with and whether Fernando Alonso was faster.
Länk till avsnitt

Behind the scenes of Lewis Hamilton's title triumph and George Russell reflects on his rollercoaster month

TC and Alex go behind the scenes of a historic triumph for Lewis Hamilton and consider the sports people he now sits alongside after his 7th title victory. (10:39)
Then George Russell talks 5k times, advice from Hamilton after Imola, and the painful reality of the Turkish Grand Prix behind the wheel (20:09). 
Finally TC recalls a trip to the gym with F1 boss Chase Carey (33:11) and explains why you want your tarmac from Shropshire if you're resurfacing a race track. (16:03) 
Länk till avsnitt

Felipe Massa on taming Turkey, why Hamilton won't retire and the driver market saga continues

TC and Alex discuss the driver market (00.16) including another trademarked Yuki Tsunoda update before three time Turkish Grand Prix winner Felipe Massa talks about his surprise at Lewis Hamilton's domination, Stefano Domenicali's strengths as a manager and whether he'd rather return to Istanbul or Interlagos. (07:19)  
Finally TC recounts his many nightmares at the circuit, turn 8 excitement and the 2010 drama is revisited (25:03).
Länk till avsnitt

Why you should never ignore Daniel Ricciardo and Jody Egginton on how AlphaTauri keep giant killing

TC and Alex debate if Mercedes owe Nico Rosberg for their seven consecutive constructor titles (5:32), find out what Daniel Ricciardo said to F1 journalists after being ignored in the post race press conference (13:22) and Alpha Tauri technical director Jody Egginton explains balancing the demands of next years car with huge rule changes for 2022, how racing cultures differ from country to country and the raw emotion of that Monza win (20:23). 

Länk till avsnitt

Christian Horner on Alex Albon's future, Romain Grosjean picks his greatest F1 hits and the driver market analysed

TC and Alex consider if Lewis Hamilton's win total can ever be caught with the upcoming rule changes (1:53), then there's a dive into the mailbag to debate the dramatic driver market (4:31), Christian Horner explains how Alex Albon can save his seat (5:26) and finally Romain Grosjean picks his greatest races as he nears the end of his F1 career (22:17).
Länk till avsnitt

Debating the best-looking F1 car ever, the greatest racing books and the plight of the driver steward revealed

Dario Franchitti starts a debate about the best-looking F1 car ever (6:02), a mailbag question accidentally creates an F1 book club (13:40) and Emanuele Pirro drops by to talk about the harshness of being a elite driver compared to other sports, the energy required to break records, and the conflict of being an F1 steward (19:20). 
Länk till avsnitt

Understanding Hamilton's progression at Mercedes, why the Nordschleife wants an F1 return and how Ferrari are guiding their next Schumacher

TC and Alex speak to Mercedes trackside performance director Andrew Shovlin (9:06), who describes Lewis Hamilton's personal improvements to reach the win record, and why Red Bull are once again closing the gap as the season progresses. 
Then veteran German journalist Michel Schmitt (17:49) compares the driving talents of Hamilton and Michael Schumacher, explains how Mick Schumacher is already getting more mainstream press attention than Sebastian Vettel, and why the Nurburgring is dreaming of F1 returning to the Nordschleife.
Finally, Ferrari sporting director Laurent Meckies explains why the prancing horse is awash with young talent knocking on the door to F1 (32:25). 
Länk till avsnitt

Unpacking Honda's shock withdrawal and the F1 Nation guide to the Nurburgring

TC and Alex are joined by senior writer, Lawrence Barretto to assess Honda?s shock withdrawal. 
They debate whether the manufacturer has repeated their 2008 mistake (10:32), how will Verstappen respond (12:09), if Red Bull can build their own engine (15:06), why a return to Renault cannot be ruled out (17:37), the knock on effect for the driver line up (18:41), how the entire Milton Keynes outfit will require changes (19:34) and whether this ends Yuki Tsudoda?s F1 chances? (22:52)
Then after seven years away, F1 Nation guides you through the challenge of the Nurburgring (27:55).

Länk till avsnitt

Toto Wolff on his friendship with new F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali and the Schumacher racing legacy.

TC and Alex welcome Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff (18:00) to hear why he thinks Ferrari would have blocked him from taking the F1 CEO role, why Stefano Domenicali is perfect for the job, what factors are delaying him re-signing with Mercedes and what Hamilton taking the win record would mean for the Schumacher legacy.
PLUS the boys unpack the Russian GP, including ballads with Bottas (7:53), mind games at Renault (11:04), the battle for 3rd in the constructors (14:35) and why Hamilton's reaction to Russia explains a lot about elite sports person mentality (4:12). 
Länk till avsnitt

Why Alex Albon celebrated his first podium with a candlelit dinner for one and how Kimi Raikkonen's brutal honesty left Abu Dhabi stunned

Alex Albon joins TC to talk overtaking around the outside, forgetting Eminem lyrics 14:35, celebrating his first podium with a dinner for one 19:49, and the 'unwritten rule' of ignoring your friends on track 21:52. 
Plus memories of F1's only Grand Prix at Le Mans 6:07, your mailbag questions answered 9:07, and the night Kimi Raikkonen's honesty left TC back peddling at Yas Marina 31:24. 
Länk till avsnitt

Davide Valsecchi on Ferrari's 'horrible' season, where Leclerc can still improve, and why he's impressed with the new Schumacher in town

TC and Alex reflect on the season so far with a mid-season report on every F1 team and driver (14:57).
Then Davide Valsecchi drops in to review Ferrari's campaign, (20:26) unpicks whats putting Giovinazzi under pressure (28:32), why he's so impressed with Mick Schumacher (30:31) and which driver on the grid is back to his very best (24:07).
Länk till avsnitt

How Pierre Gasly?s junior years explain his resilience, Alain Prost on the true Williams family legacy and what Mercedes will change on the pit wall for Mugello

On the newly renamed 'Gasly Nation' we delve into the Frenchman?s past to highlight when his F1 chances hung by a thread and what pulled him through (10:47) then Andrew Shovlin explains why Mercedes made the race defining error and what they'll change for this weekend (21:50), finally paddock legend Ane Bradshaw (23:56) and four time champion Alain Prost (28:07) reveal the truth about the Williams F1 era. 
Länk till avsnitt

Jody Scheckter on dealing with a Ferrari crisis and Andreas Seidl on what Bayern Munich taught him about F1 team management

TC and Alex discuss Ferrari's collapse after their worst result in 40 years (1:43). They're joined by 1979 champion Jody Scheckter (12:50) to hear how things were even worse in 1980 before McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl drops by to explain his management philosophy and how it's been informed by Bayern Munich (18:54).
Länk till avsnitt

Mark Blundell on the end of an era for Williams, how to win in America and who reminds him of Senna on the current grid

This week Tom and Alex are joined by Mark Blundell to hear how to win in America (10:30), why Williams were so good in their heyday (14:10) and which driver reminds him of Senna (20:44). 
Plus why F1 could return to Indianapolis (3:32) and how Takuma Sato (6:32) owes a lot to the designer of the 2002 Jordan.
Länk till avsnitt

Christian Horner on Alex Albon the thinker and Max Verstappen the leader

TC and Alex welcome Red Bull team principal Christian Horner (08:38) to hear why he backs 'deep thinker' Alex Albon (15:14), why an experienced team mate would offer nothing extra to Max Verstappen (13:59), and why his team won?t give up on the title. 
Länk till avsnitt
Hur lyssnar man på podcast?

En liten tjänst av I'm With Friends. Finns även på engelska.
Uppdateras med hjälp från iTunes.