Scuderia Ferrari 2022 F1 75 debut, photo courtesy of Scuderia Ferrari
The cars look different than last year and different from each other. And, as I write this, the first day of testing is under way. Chris Roche and I also dive into Formula 1 news as well as upcoming Indycar and IMSA events.
Episode 315: Formula 1 in 2022 revives variety →
#60: Meyer Shank Racing W/Curb-Agajanian, Acura DPi, DPi: Oliver Jarvis, Tom Blomqvist, Helio Castroneves, Simon Pagenaud celebrate in victory lane
Meyer Shank Racing led an Acura 1-2 at the 24 Hour event with Wayne Taylor Racing’s Acura following close behind. We also catch you up on the latest Formula 1 news, WRC, and I speak with Ricky Taylor of Wayne Taylor racing about the Daytona race.
Episode 314: Acura Wins the 2022 24 Hours of Daytona →
Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren MCL35M, leads Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes W12 entering corner, Image courtesy of McLaren
After an intense Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, the two title contenders, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, are tied in points. Also, I speak with Porsche Ambassador Patrick Long.
Robin is joined by Christopher Roche and they discuss Lewis Hamilton wins the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Two red flags, three standing starts, and virtual and actual safety cars, are all part of the weekend Was the racing safe? Where is the line between fair racing and utter nonsense? Tensions between Mercedes F1 and Red Bull Racing boil over I interview long-time Porsche factory driver, Patrick Long Robin’s You Tube Channel: Robin Warner Check out Jameypricephoto.com
Lando Norris, McLaren MCL35M, leads Pierre Gasly, AlphaTauri AT02, and Esteban Ocon, Alpine A521 entering corner. Photo courtesy of McLaren
A new engine in the back of Hamilton’s car cost him five places on the grid, a failed rear wing test another 20, but the British World Champion came to Brazil possessed and put one an amazing show. Continue reading
EPISODE 309: It’s Hammer Time At The Brazilian GP →
Lando Norris, McLaren MCL35M, photo courtesy of McLaren
Mercedes starting 1-2 didn’t make it to turn one, Hamilton struggled, but retained second place. And I speak with the winningest American at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Johnny O’Connell
episode 308: Perez on the podium at the Mexican GP →
from left to right: Christopher Roche, his son Will, and Robin Warner at COTA in 2019
Lewis Hamilton is the winningest driver at this track, but hasn’t won since 2017. Could this be a breakthrough year for Red Bull Racing and Max Verstappen? Continue reading
Episode 306: What to Expect at THE U.S. Grand Prix →