F1Show 092: European Grand Prix 2011

-Not the most exciting race in Valencia
-What about new engines? 2014? V6 twin-turbo?
-The problem with passing
-Changing car hardware and software between qualifying and racing
-Sebastian Vettel is still unstoppable, but Fernando Alonso is getting closer
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5 thoughts on “F1Show 092: European Grand Prix 2011”

  1. Boring boring boring (the race, not the podcast!)

    Love the look of the new tee shirts, cant wait to get my hands on them, good luck with the new venture.

  2. Guys, either the volume on your podcast is too low or the Google Listen client on my Android is awful. Any chance of a volume boost on your next podcast please? I can hardly listen to it on my morning commute to work and the trains here in London aren’t particularly loud! Thanks and keep up the good work!

  3. Call me a conspiracy theorist, but in the days when Ferrari and Michael Schumacher won everything in sight the rules didn’t get changed mid-season. Now with Red Bull running rampant the powers that be see fit to change the rules and the game mid season in an attempt to reign them in, go figure……

    On a different note JB’s pass on Nico Rossberg, move of the race

  4. Hi guys, another great show, especially as you had so little to work with this time!

    I’m off to Silverstone for the British GP so I hope we get back to exciting races then.

    I have to agree with Matt, I don’t remember any rule changes to slow Ferrari down when they were winning everything but as soon as another team gets too far ahead (from Renault’s mass damper in 2006 to Red Bull’s engine mapping and blown diffuser this year) they change the rules, although to be fair the double diffuser wasn’t banned until the end of the 2009 season.

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