Time To Hit The Spa
In our regular life, we would hit the spa after a few really hectic weeks to unwind, but in the world of Formula1 one hits Spa after a few weeks of a forced break to get back into the zone! Kinda perfect, isnâ€™t it?
Four weeks after the 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix, the on-track action resumes at one of Formula1â€™s most iconic, challenging, revered and historic racing circuits. For me, the month of August is most awaited because we have Spa followed by yet another epic venue, Monza. Anyway, more on the 2013 Italian Grand Prix in the next episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast!
In this weekâ€™s episode, hereâ€™s what we discussed: (YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/XMSLs-Skdb0)
- The Spa Francorchamps! We talk about the circuit, its corners and of course some great racing memories of the past. Come share whatâ€™s your favourite memory with us!
- We recorded â€˜Formula1 Drivers To Play Musical Chairsâ€™ a few weeks back and the music is just getting more intense. However, Raikkonen seems like the ONE driver who has many seats to choose from once the music stops. Where will he actually be?
- On a similar note, â€˜Kimi Raikkonen To Red Bull Racing In 2014â€™ has been well discussed, but then again, what if and should he actually go to Ferrari in the 2014 Formula1 Season?
- Also, hereâ€™s more on Alonso â€“ Ferrari: â€˜Alonso Has No Option But To Race With Ferrari Till 2016â€™.
- And lastly, after â€˜Ecclestone Checkmated The Indian Grand Prixâ€™, comments from the organisers donâ€™t evoke a positive feeling about the Indian Grand Prix returning in the short term.
Most predict a Red Bull Racing vs. Mercedes fight (or more like Adrian Newey vs. Ross Brawn)in Spa, if you think otherwise, share yours with us! I would also say that watch out for the Mclaren vs. Sahara Force India fight as well. Over to Spa!
And of course, the last episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast â€˜Let Us Save Formula1â€™ generated a good response. A BIG thank you to all our listeners!
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