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Episode 326: Hear from Indycar Frontrunner, Pato O’Ward!

The three-time Indycar winner takes time to chat about his aspirations in Indycar, what it takes to win the Indianapolis 500, and much more. I also cover last week’s IMSA race at Mid-Ohio.

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Episode 323: Ricky Taylor Explores his Acura DPI car with us at Laguna Seca

We also chat about the 2023 LMDH entry, racing against, and with, Kevin Magnussen, and all the ups and downs of his 2022 IMSA thus far

  • A quick overview of the 2022 Italian Grand Prix at Imola
  • Ricky Taylor shares his thoughts on his 2022 season
  • We chat about the ins and outs of DPI downforce
  • What’s it like to see Kevin Magnussen back in F1?
  • What races look good for Wayne Taylor Racing in 2022?
  • What about 2022 and beyond?
  • Fun with Cars is now on You Tube: FWCARS
  • Robin’s You Tube Channel: Robin Warner
  • Check out Jameypricephoto.com
Ricky Taylor, driver of the Konica Minolta Acura ARX-05, Acura DPi

Episode 320: Vegas Baby, Vegas!

It’s official, Formula 1 added a third Grand Prix to the United States calendar in 2023, this one a Saturday night street race in Las Vegas, Nevada. We also catch up on IMSA and WEC racing. And touch on Indycar as well.

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Episode 319: Verstappen Masters DRS at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Though his teammate, Sergio Perez, started from pole, and Ferrari looked strong all weekend, Verstappen took the trophy in a thrilling weekend. Mercedes continues to struggle, Alpine and Alfa Romeo fight in the mid-pack, as does Haas.

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Episode 318: Ferrari Dominates Bahrain Grand Prix!

Led by Charles LeClerc, Ferrari took victory at the inaugural Grand Prix of 2022 in Bahrain, with teammate Carlos Sainz not far behind in second place. It proved a breath of fresh air to see a non-Mercedes with such pace. Will the Silver Arrows team recover? Lewis Hamilton did reach the final step of the podium, but largely by benefitting from Red Bull Racing’s engine trouble. Needless to say, there’s lots to talk about.

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Episode 316: Scott McLaughlin Wins Indycar Season Opener

In a thrilling February season start, the sophomore Penske driver took the checkered flag at the St. Petersburg Grand Prix from pole position. Formula 1 completed its first official three-day test session with Mercedes claiming the fastest lap. The Russian Grand Prix is in serious jeopardy. And much more.

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Episode 315: Formula 1 in 2022 revives variety

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.

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Episode 312: Slug Fest at the Saudi Arabian GP

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

Episode 311: Honoring the Great Sir Frank Williams

In this special episode, Chris Roche and I discuss what Frank Williams and his decades long, 16-championship-winning career in Formula 1 meant to us, and indeed the world.

EPISODE 309: It’s Hammer Time At The Brazilian GP

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.

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