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February 27, 2020 F1 Testing Day 5 – Making Sense Of The Timesheets

F1 Testing Day 5 – Making Sense Of The Timesheets

Today your host Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) and Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) are joined by Ben Anderson (Editor and Driver, GP Racing) to discuss day 2 of the 2nd pre-season test of the Formula 1 2020 season. Notable moments include a Mercedes break down and Ferrari topping the timesheets.


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February 27, 2020 F1 Testing Day 4 – Sandbags At The Ready

F1 Testing Day 4 – Sandbags At The Ready

We’re back in Barcelona for the first day of the second Formula 1 pre-season test. Alex Kalinauckas is joined by Jonathan Noble and Luke Smith to rundown the news from today and a notably slower fastest time than last week. Who’s sandbagging? Ferrari? Mercedes? Racing Point? Listen to find out what the guys think.


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Episode #232: Rocket Tough

Not the way we wanted to talk about NASCAR at the top of a Podcast, but here we are… At least Mitch Evans came through, eh?

– Ryan Newman out of hospital 42 hours after near-fatal Daytona 500 crash
– Let’s talk about superspeedway racing as it is now

– Braaah. Mitch Evans muscles past polesitter Lotterer, drives to dominant 2nd career victory and championship lead
– LOT’s race comes undone with wing damage
– DEV suffers brake failure, VAN crashes out of P5 late
– Bird drops it from 2nd in fight with DAC, JEV makes it two Techeetahs in the top 4
– BUE ends his scoreless drought to finish 3rd
– Sims claws back from 18th to 5th and 1 point out of championship lead
– LDG goes from 15th to 6th, ROW 7th, MOR 8th
– Mahindra teammates go from back row to 9th (DAM) and 10th (WEH) after CAL disqualified for energy usage

– Surprise, Mercedes looks great
– Ferrari and Red Bull aren’t finished developing (and Red Bull’s RB16 looks a handful)
– Renault might be…okay? Williams might be…okay!?
– Racing Point has “The Mercedes at Home”

– INDYCAR: James Hinchcliffe rejoins with Andretti Autosport for the Indy 500; Dick Johnson says McLaughlin is bound for America after 2020
– F1/FE: Vandoorne promoted to primary reserve driver role at Mercedes-AMG
– AUTOMOTIVE/VASC: General Motors shuttering Holden brand in Australia
– WEC: Aston Martin withdraws Valkyrie Hypercar – now leaving Toyota to consider its future
– WRC: Elfyn Evans wins one half of a very warm Rally Finland Rally Sweden
– JUNIOR FORMULA: GT Sport champion Fraga wins Toyota Racing Series; F2 & F3 fields filling out (Matsushita, Aitken, Samaia)

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