Hungar(y) Games

The 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix was and will be one of the finest in Motorsport without a doubt. If you have a friend who is yet to be hooked onto the sport of Formula One, show him/her a replay of this race say Mithila and Kunal in this week’s episode of Inside Line F1 Podcast. They also talk about the racing, the starts and restarts, the overtakes and of course, the penalties. Tune in! (Season 2015, Episode 25)
The Inside Line F1 Podcast is hosted by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This Formula1 podcast offers a unique humourous view on the sport. Follow us on Facebook and on Google+.
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Read the latest posts on Kunal’s F1 Blog:

  1. Godspeed Jules Bianchi #JB17
  2. The Joke Is On Mclaren
  3. Winning At Home
  4. The Truth About Overtaking
  5. Ferrari Should Replace Kimi Raikkonen In 2016
  6. Change Is The Name Of The Game

Hear our ever popular episodes from the previous weeks –
1. Ban The Grid Girls
2. Why No One Wanted Pole
3. We’re Not Amateurs
4. Mercedes Should Reconsider Nico Rosberg For 2016
5. Formula One And Alcohol
6. Strategy of Errors
7. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
8. Formula1 Is Cruel
9. Give Everyone Mercedes Engines
10. Did Bernie Call Mercedes…?
11. Max Worst-happened
12. David Coulthard Debuts On The Inside Line F1 Podcast
13. Vettel vs. Hamilton For The Championship?
14. Game On, Ferrari
15. Mercedes vs. Cricket
16. Helmet Ban(ter)
17. Formula One Is Funny
18. 2015 Inside Line F1 Podcast Awards
19. Gillette Mclaren Honda
20. Blame It On Bernie?
21. Bernie, I Shrunk The Grid
22. Forza Jules
23. Marquez Does A Vettel
24. Living The Dream
25. Is Formula1 Insecure?
26. Michael’s 92nd Victory
27. Formula1 Puts Fans First
28. Against Mid-Season Rule Changes
29. Racing First, Engineering Later
30. Will F1 Survive Without Bernie

Kunal Shah is an FIA-accredited Formula 1 journalist who has been reporting on Formula 1 for nearly two decades. He worked with the Force India Formula 1 Team for 6 seasons in Marketing, Sponsorship and Commercial roles. As a former single-seater racer, he was responsible for Force India's grassroots talent program, One from a Billion Hunt. Presently, he co-writes a regular Formula 1 column for Firstpost, speaks on Inside Line F1 Podcast & Pits to Podium and produces broadcast/OTT content for NENT Group (Viasport & Viaplay).

6 comments On Hungar(y) Games

  • My Favorite F1 podcast. Mithila brings the fun. Please keep it up.
    Austin Texas fan. See you at COTA!

    • Thank you Rayzen for listening AND for your lovely comment. Mithila brings fresh change to the podcast and a different perspective. It is a pleasure to have her co-host it. Although I am not sure if she feels that same about me 😉 And I am excited to know where did you get hear about us from?

      • I downloaded about 30 F1 podcasts and started deleting the ones that were not as good. Yours is one of the few left and my favorite 🙂
        See you at COTA. If you need a local to show you around, let me know
        Bring Mithila!

        • Thanks Rayzen. Glad that we are listed as one of your favourites. Hope to live up to the expectations with each episode. We are back from our break and will be publishing a new episode by tomorrow. And will certainly let you know if we manage to reach COTA. If not 2015, might just be 2016! 🙂

  • I have never gotten used to podcasts. Maybe this podcast will change it for me. This is the second podcast of yours that I have heard.
    Kunal’s dry sense of humour and expert insight into Formula One & Mithila’s enthusiasm, rich voice and quirky change of topics combine to bring a raw fun element into the sport.
    As people get more into the sport, they will want to know back stories and side stories. Your podcast, as it grows will be well placed for providing that.
    But I notice Kunal’s blog has a recent post stating Raikkonen should be replaced at Ferrari. That means reading your archives is sacrilege for me.
    Will keep listening to your podcasts though !

    • Thanks for the good words again Maneet. Appreciate it and your support. As for my blog, I choose topics to write on which aren’t entirely conventional to write on, hence the RAI piece. I think his time is up, as much as I hate to believe so. Let’s see where he lands up in 2016. Do check out the other stories too! Cheers!

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