Will ‘plank gate’ continue to be a thing as Formula 1 reaches Mexico City for this weekend’s 2023 Mexico Grand Prix? Yes, we think so – and it should be so.
Is Formula 1 too complex for FIA to police it fairly? And ‘fairly’ is the word, especially with 50% of the cars scrutineered post-race in Austin failed the test. Does this system need to evolve, and if so, what’s the most fair way to do so given Formula 1’s logistical schedules?
In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah discuss what sets the Circuit Hermanos Rodriguez apart – and why ‘altitude’ will be the buzzword this weekend.
The race to finish in P2 behind Max Verstappen is heating up. In the last 6 races, 4 different drivers have finished in P2. If Lewis Hamilton hadn’t been disqualified in the 2023 United States Grand Prix, the number would’ve been 5.
Also, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the 2023 Mexico Grand Prix weekend are landmark days in Formula 1 history. Btw, this will be the 1099th Grand Prix in the history of the sport.
Will Ferrari’s struggles in Mexico continue? Will Red Bull-Max Verstappen’s dominance continue? They’ve won four out of the last five races. Will we see a new pole sitter for the eight year in succession? And of course, will Logan Sargeant celebrate his first Formula 1 point in Mexico? Lots to look forward to this weekend and in our 2023 Mexico Grand Prix preview podcast.
(Season 2023, Episode 57)
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