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November 28, 2022 2022 F1 season review with Mark Hughes, Chris Medland and Damien Smith

2022 F1 season review with Mark Hughes, Chris Medland and Damien Smith

The season dawned with the launch of a new generation of Formula 1 cars and, 22 races later, saw Max Verstappen crowned world champion after a dominant season.

But why did Ferrari’s challenge falter — and why won’t the team get the cure that it needs? How did Mercedes turn its season around? And what did Red Bull gain — or lose — from breaching the cost cap?

Mark Hughes, Chris Medland and Damien Smith form our expert panel to look back over the year and the crucial moments that shaped the 2022 season.

As well as the championship battle, they discuss the legacy of Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo as the drivers leave the grid for 2023, look back over the fortunes and futures of all ten teams.

November 26, 2022 Episode #410: Danke, Seb

Episode #410: Danke, Seb

Let’s be honest with each other here. We know what this is. This was the Sebastian Vettel retirement weekend, and we totally embrace that at the top of the show as we talk about the most emotional, pagentry-styled retirement the sport has ever given out, for one of its greatest drivers. Danke, Seb.

Oh, and we got a Grand Prix too. Max Verstappen took a ridiculous 15th Grand Prix win of the season in dominant fashion over Charles Leclerc who held on from a last minute charge from Sergio Perez in the fight for 2nd in the Championship!

We also discuss the completed 2023 grid as Mick Schumacher was confirmed to be given the boot at Haas for Nico Hulkenberg and Logan Sargeant survived the chaos of F2 to take his Superlicense and his seat at Williams!

All that and more on the season finale of Motorsport101!

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November 25, 2022 Abu Baby Come Back

Abu Baby Come Back

It’s finally over. Even though the race for the 2022 title was actually over months ago, we had to drag out the charade to Abu Dhabi, but we made it. Well done everybody. Verstappen won again, Perez’s love for him was unrequited and Charley Clark wangled a second place. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about all that, and generally veil the whole weekend in smut, as usual.

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November 25, 2022 Abu Baby Come Back

Abu Baby Come Back

It’s finally over. Even though the race for the 2022 title was actually over months ago, we had to drag out the charade to Abu Dhabi, but we made it. Well done everybody. Verstappen won again, Perez’s love for him was unrequited and Charley Clark wangled a second place. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about all that, and generally veil the whole weekend in smut, as usual.

Beer: ff1s.com/pintpintpint Shaved balls: manscaped.com + code ballballsballs Newsletter: ff1s.com/newsnewsnews

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November 22, 2022 Ep.215 – Townsend Bell, Pt. 2

Ep.215 – Townsend Bell, Pt. 2

If you think you know Townsend Bell because you’ve seen him on TV, you don’t know Townsend Bell. Here in 2022 he’s known as one of the booth commentators for the NTT INDYCAR Series, but the crazy adventure he’s been on starting as just a kid in San Francisco is unlike any other. From the most elaborate “trade” we’ve ever heard to get into racing school, to fighting his way through the Indy Lights, F3000, and eventually IndyCar ranks, Townsend truly defines tenacity. We promise you, this is one to listen to because you likely have no idea just how hard he pushed to make his career a reality. Dinner was served at Townsend’s house in the Pacific Palisades, CA, with the song “No More Empty Glasses” by ATELLER taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire and Acura for making it all happen.

 

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November 22, 2022 Ep.214 – Townsend Bell, Pt. 1

Ep.214 – Townsend Bell, Pt. 1

If you think you know Townsend Bell because you’ve seen him on TV, you don’t know Townsend Bell. Here in 2022 he’s known as one of the booth commentators for the NTT INDYCAR Series, but the crazy adventure he’s been on starting as just a kid in San Francisco is unlike any other. From the most elaborate “trade” we’ve ever heard to get into racing school, to fighting his way through the Indy Lights, F3000, and eventually IndyCar ranks, Townsend truly defines tenacity. We promise you, this is one to listen to because you likely have no idea just how hard he pushed to make his career a reality. Dinner was served at Townsend’s house in the Pacific Palisades, CA, with the song “Grind” by Vic Savage taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire and Acura for making it all happen.

 

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November 22, 2022 Ep.213 – John Morton

Ep.213 – John Morton

John Morton would fit in our legends category. If you’ve seen “Ford vs. Ferrari” then you’ve heard of the legends of Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles. Well, John Morton’s first job was with Carroll Shelby, and his CO-DRIVER was Ken Miles… so the guy’s been around. A class winner at Le Mans, a winner of millions of touring/GT races with Datsun and Nissan, John was the quintessential sportscar driver from the 1960’s through 1980’s, and he has no shortage of crazed stories to go with it. Lunch was served at the Metro Cafe in El Segundo, CA, with the song “Friend to the End” by Gabe Price taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire and Acura for making it all happen.

 

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November 22, 2022 Ep.212 – Andy Priaulx, MBE

Ep.212 – Andy Priaulx, MBE

When it comes to Touring Car legends, there is no bigger name than Andy Priaulx. Growing up in the small island of Guernsey, an island between the England and France, Andy went through an insane career and financing path to go through the junior ranks and eventually land a ride in a factory BMW within the now-defunct World Touring Car Championship. The WTC became Andy’s staple, winning four World Titles, as well as driving in DTM and Ford’s renowned GTE program. He’s also our first MBE for his charitable efforts in the UK. Dinner was served at Ronin Sushi in Daytona Beach, FL, with the song “Blanket” by Van Stee taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire and Acura for making it all happen.

 

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November 22, 2022 Ep.211 – Graham Goodwin

Ep.211 – Graham Goodwin

Continuing our run of sportscar staples, Graham Goodwin joins us a journalist/commentator who’s become the standard. Beginning his career as a Press Officer for the British government, Graham is an example of someone who grew to pursue his passion later in life, ultimately becoming the main guy dailysportscar.com, one of the industry leading sites for sportscar news, as well as a commentator and podcast host. Recognized by DwR who just fundamentally “gets it,” Graham is phenomenal at explain his own career and the state of he sport. Lunch was served at the Peach Valley Cafe in Ormond Beach, FL, with the song “Bring it Back” by Notize taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire and Acura for making it all happen.

 

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November 22, 2022 Ep.210 – Oliver Jarvis

Ep.210 – Oliver Jarvis

Oliver Jarvis is yet another staple of the global sportscar scene. Born in the UK, Oliver was a standout in junior formula racing, winning the Autosport Young Driver Award and eventually the hyper prestigious Macau Grand Prix in Formula 3. Finding a career in sportscars, Oliver’s biggest successes came as an Audi factory driver, where stints in LMP1, DTM and beyond led to wins at Le Mans and no shortage of other accolades. Note: At the time of recording he was with Meyer Shank Racing and Acura, however he has since moved on from the program. Dinner was served at Bland Mediterranean Grill in Ormond Beach, FL, with the song “Hahaha” by Hey Judy taking us out. Thanks again to Continental Tire and Acura for making it all happen.

 

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