It’s another post-F1-season show!
- Marussia team assets being sold
- Caterham sold for £1
- Bianchi accident panel report
- Red Bull trophies stolen
- No double points in 2015
- McLaren – still no announcement!
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Schedules finally allow Jim and Robin a chance to discuss the last few Grands Prix of the 2014 Calendar with their good friend Jamey Price, a pro shooter. More from Jamey at jameypricephoto.com.
We learn about the real tension between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, the drivers behavior in press conferences (good and bad) and what Abu Dhabi is like as a track.
Jamey also shares the difference between the teams pit garages from the perspective of the lens and whether big screens are really necessary for the drivers while in the cars.
That really just gets the conversation going, because we also dive into Italy and Russia, the race wasn’t in Sochi after all.
We discuss the 2014 Driver World Championship, the winner, the loser, and the interaction between them. But that’s just the beginning as news overflowed from the sanctioning body, the teams, and drivers. Lots going on, lots’s to talk about. Finally, we reflect on 2014 and ask for ways to make our podcast better for 2015. http://funwithcars.com
Lots to talk about, but mostly the driver’s championship outcome, will it be Hamilton or Rosberg? Robin’s spreadsheet says 77.2% Hamilton. Good battle between Ferrari teammates, and good results for Felipe Massa and Jenson Button. A bit of feedback, and our predictions for the last race of 2014. Visit http://funwithcars.com for more.
Hey, it’s the second-closest race to us, the USGP! We discuss the two missing teams from this race, the three that crashed out, and then the fifteen remaining. More conversation about the current state of F1, and lots of listener feedback in this show. Visit http://funwithcars.com for more.
It’s the first Grand Prix in Russia for 100 years! Just a week after Jules Bianchi’s accident, that’s still on everyone’s mind, but another race means more championship points and implications. Some more silly season talk, listener feedback, and more. Visit http://funwithcars.com
Jules Bianchi suffered a serious injury at the Japanese Grand Prix, a race already replete with news, silly season controversy, and serious weather. We wish Bianchi a speedy recovery, and his family and the Marussia team our support.
Despite the impending typhoon, a remarkable race went on and delighted the steadfast, and soaking wet, formula 1 fans. We discuss silly season silliness, race results, and much more. Visit http://funwithcars.com
It’s the start of the second set of flyaway races for the one and only night race at Singapore. We discuss tire strategy, the merits of more reliability, and of course all the fun as a result of much tighter qualifying session. Visit http://funwithcars.com
Just a few days after our last show, we discuss the race from Monza, new silly season talk, Hamilton’s mind games, regard for Ricciardo, and a whole lot more. Visit http://funwithcars.com
In this belated coverage (again) we cover the happy occasion of what delayed us in the first place and dig into the crazy, action packed news that preceded the Grand Prix; silly season is certainly in full swing. The race itself was thrilling and brought on much more discussion, and frankly, more consensus than we expected. And a sarcastic Fun with Cars first: we talk about F1 2014 sound! Of course, there’s always time for listener feedback and predictions. Visit http://funwithcars.com for more.