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February 26, 2013 The Inside Line – Last Formula1 Season For Ross Brawn

The Inside Line – Last Formula1 Season For Ross Brawn

The Inside Line Formula1 Podcast is produced by Rishi Kapoor and Kunal Shah.
Image Courtesy: Mercedes AMG

Last evening, Rishi and I met to record our weekly Formula1 podcast. It was only minutes before we started our recording that the news of Paddy Lowe cropped up in our inboxes. I think the first thought that crossed both our minds was that the 2013 Formula1 Season could be Ross Brawn’s last season in Formula1. Or will it? (Sigh!)

Here’s what else we discussed in our latest Formula1 podcast:

-Our deductions from the test held last week in Barcelona. I just say that it is PR machinery on over-drive. Something no driver or team will ever say!
-Pirelli tyres – will they be our reason for exciting races this season?
-Formula1’s ‘rigged’ result – Rishi tells us what it is.
-Lowe, Brawn and related talk. I’d love to visit the gardens of the Mclaren Technology Centre!
-Razia and his sponsor issues. A seat available at Marussia?
-Our reactions to the drop in viewership of our sport. And how it affects our podcasts!
-And our big discussion – where will Narain Karthikeyan be in 2013? And also, Karun Chandhok? (Read: Narain Karthikeyan To Race For WilliamsF1 In 2013)

The 2013 Australian Grand Prix is only a few weeks away. The last pre-season test starts on 1st March. Plenty of talk, updates (and updates to those updates), gossip expected to come your way via our ‘Inside Line’ podcast. Keep listening, keep racing!

Our previous Formula1 Podcast on ‘Three Car Teams And 11 New Drivers In Formula1’ received a very good response from our listeners. Thank you!

February 12, 2013 Formula1 On Fire, 11 New Drivers

Formula1 On Fire, 11 New Drivers

The Inside Line Formula1 Podcast by RJ Rishi Kapoor and Kunal Shah

(Image Courtesy: Team Talk)

Back in routine, back to our weekly Formula1 podcast, Rishi and I discuss the first pre-season test that was held in Jerez last week. We discuss what we learned! And of course, we discussed how many cars caught fire!

Testing isn’t always boring as I have already explained in an earlier post ‘The Fun Part of Formula1 Testing’ and podcast on the testing rules in Formula1. (Tyre War, Testing and Chevrolet)

And to add to our testing talk, we also bring back Luca Montezemolo’s favourite topic – 3 car Formula1 teams! Rishi and I go about picking our ‘third’ racing driver for each team. Hear the podcast to see if your view matches ours!

– First pre-season test in Jerez. What did we learn?

– 11 teams, 33 cars and 33 drivers! We all know the 22 (or 21) names racing in the 2013 Formula1 Season. Hear the other 11 names we’ve nominated!

If you missed our earlier podcast, come hear ‘Happy New Season’.