Formula 1 unanimously decided to defer the announcement of its 2021 regulations till October this year. The WEC announced their ‘hyper car’ regulations from 2021 just a few days ago. Basically, everyone is leading fans to believe that 2021 is the year when Motorsport will undergo a revolution.
In this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast (http://bit.ly/ilf1ponkf1b) , we talk of the possible headlines you will still read come 2021. What else could Mercedes do to prove their superiority as a Formula 1 team? If RIC & HUL had wet dreams of a Ferrari power unit in their Renault car when Fiat Chrysler was talking up Renault and finally, will Formula 1 teams hire ‘gladiators’ instead of drivers for 2021? Tune in!
(Season 2019, Episode 23)
Here’s what’s in store for you in this episode:
0:00-3:00: 5 headlines we could still read come the 2021 Formula 1 Season. Also, how Christian Horner pulled off a massive stunt to prove why he should replace Chase Carey (if at all)
3:00-6:00: Formula 1 teams to hire gladiators come 2021?
6:00-9:00: Mercedes are controlling Formula 1, alleged Helmut Marko. But Red Bull Racing is controlling Formula 1’s Raft Race
9:00-12:00: 3 audacious things that Mercedes could do to prove their greatness and superiority as a Formula 1 team
12:00-15:00: If you’re a budding Formula 1 racer, here’s some advice for you and it is probably better than what Jacques Villeneuve has been telling you
15:00-end: The possible Fiat Chrysler-Renault merger, did RIC & HUL have wet dreams of a Ferrari power unit in their Renault for at least a few nights? Finally, Ferrari should promote the race strategists from their Le Mans operations to Formula 1!
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