Inside Line F1 Podcast: F1 Cars, GP2 Lap Times
All Formula1 teams declared ‘Reliability > Speed’ in unison when asked about the objective and focus of the first test of the 2014 Formula1 Season that was held in Jerez last week. While fans appreciated the logic, I am sure not many expected the cars to lap slower than GP2!
Time and again the sport has failed to impress me on certain decisions taken from a marketing point of view and this would probably be on the top of my list; joint first with the decision to award ‘double points’ for the final race this season. Yes, I am ‘Fed Up Of The Rule Changes In Formula1‘.
But before I go on to the latest episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, a BIG thank you to all for making the ‘2014 Inside Line F1 Podcast Awards‘ a hit! I believe the applaud we heard was louder than the Renault V6 engines!
Here’s what’s in store in our latest Formula1 Podcast:
- Come back, Michael! Rishi plays himself (i.e. a Doctor!)
- Are the 2014 technical regulations the toughest yet for the engineers?
- We rate the prettiest and the ugliest cars. What’s your pick?
- A man’s sport, is that the most used joke in Formula1 already?
- Marketing > Technical (I can almost start a petition!!) (Read: Formula1 Needs Better Marketing As It Enters Newer Territories)
- Lotus F1 team, stupid or smart?
- Would you dare write off the overheating Red Bull Racing RB10 already? We offer a solution!
- Adi-oss Brawn, will he or won’t he come back? And is Formula1 facing a talent crunch?
- GP2 faster than Formula1, will this be the headline of the season? We hope not!
- Vettel may not race till 2031!
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Move over the nose designs and engine sounds, it is the lap times that I will have my eyes on in the second test, which should be upon us in the next few weeks!
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