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May 27, 2021 Episode #304: Pinata

Episode #304: Pinata

In this week’s episode, we try and pick the bones of an intriguing Spanish Grand Prix Weekend. Hamilton and Verstappen having a strategic fight with Mercs coming out on top, we take a deep dive on Sergio Perez’s status as a teammate at Red Bull, and wonder what can be done to help Catalunya as a GP venue.

Also, BEST. MONACO. GP. EVER. Formula E steals the show with an astonishing race around the full GP layout, with Antonio Felix Da Costa, Mitch Evans and Robin Frijns having an incredible fight that went to the entire flag!

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May 21, 2021 Episode #303: Track Limited

Episode #303: Track Limited

In this episode of #M101, we discuss F1’s Portuguese Grand Prix, and yet more track limits drama as Max Verstappen’s weekend somewhat fell apart due to more dubious decisions. We also discuss the driver’s social media boycott that was replicated from English Football and how it somewhat missed the mark.

We also talk MotoGP at Jerez and Fabio Quartararo’s brutal case of Compartment Syndrome… IN THE MIDDLE OF A RACE as Jack Miller took his first win in nearly 5 years.

And finally, IndyCar in Texas as Scott Dixon and Pato O’Ward split wins, we discuss O’Ward and IndyCar’s youngsters future, and NASCAR’s influence on the series as a strip of new tarmac tained the entire weekend!

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May 21, 2021 F1 Monaco Grand Prix Special

F1 Monaco Grand Prix Special

Josh Howells presents a special, one off episode, with a panel of Connor Jackson, Ross McIntyre and Joshua Harrison to discuss the incredible history of the circuit de Monte Carlo and pour over all the big talking points from this week; including an F1 car up for auction and announcements on Riccardo and Norris’ futures.

May 16, 2021 Episode #302: Reduction (2021 Valencia E-Prix Review)

Episode #302: Reduction (2021 Valencia E-Prix Review)

We like Formula E on this show. Really, we do. But sometimes, the series screws the pooch. This was one of those days. Valencia isn’t the normal sort of F-E track, and it showed, as their first race featured 5 Safety Cars, Lotterer going rogue, and a late-race Kilowatt reduction that caused absolute carnage as only 9 cars finished the race with enough usable energy.

Oh, and Jake Dennis won Race 2. Because of course he did. We break it all down here, in Episode 302 of Motorsport101!

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