DiscoverThe ESPN F1 Podcast
The ESPN F1 Podcast
Claim Ownership

The ESPN F1 Podcast

Author: ESPN, Alexis Nunes, Laurence Edmondson, Nate Saunders

Subscribed: 247Played: 3,824
Share

Description

Want to know what's really going on behind the scenes of Formula One? ESPN's dedicated F1 journalists, Laurence Edmondson and Nate Saunders, join Alexis Nunes to discuss the biggest stories in the sport, offering insight and anecdotes from the heart of racing's top category as they follow it around the globe.
22 Episodes
Reverse
After eight months, F1 will go racing again at the Austrian GP this weekend. ESPN's Alexis Nunes, Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson give their predictions and everything you need to know about F1’s ‘new normal'. The team will also react to some of your Pit Stop predictions and questions.
Laurence Edmondson speaks to Haas driver Romain Grosjean about races he should have won, the Haas car this season, and his surprise at Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari exit.
Haas F1 team principal Guenther Steiner joins the show to talk about the new revised calendar and how the budget caps will affect the teams.
W Series champion Jamie Chadwick and Sabre Cook talk about the new W Series esports race and how they began their racing journey.
The ESPN F1 podcast team look back on one of the most prominent driver rivalries of the 21st century: Lewis Hamilton vs. Nico Rosberg.
Back in the height of U.K lockdown, George Russell joined the show to talk isolation activities, esports and revisiting old friendships.
Movember co-founder Justin Coghlan talks about the company's work with Formula One in raising awareness around men's mental health.
Carlos Sainz is going to Ferrari in 2021, with Daniel Ricciardo taking his seat at McLaren. What's the logic behind either move? And what next for Sebastian Vettel?
Alexis Nunes and Laurence Edmondson are joined by Lenny Wermke and Ben Hunt to tackle the latest news that Sebastian Vettel will leave Ferrari in 2021.
Lando Norris joins the pod to talk about his controversial iRacing collision with Indy 500 champion Simon Pagenaud and the growth of esports this year.
Juan Manuel Correa opens up on the life-altering injuries suffered in the F2 crash which claimed the life of Anthoine Hubert last year, and his hopes of a comeback.
Alexis Nunes and the ESPN F1 team look back on the best and worst moments from the race that would have been this weekend.
Nate Saunders is joined by Nigel Geach and Rudy Van Buren to discuss the rise of esports within the motoring world.
The ESPN F1 team discuss Mercedes engineers and UCL developing a breathing aid tackling a lack of ventilators in the UK, and delve into the personalities in the paddock.
Alexis Nunes, Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson discuss Lando Norris' showstealing antics in F1's esports weekend and the decision to delay a major rule change.
With F1 on hold indefinitely in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Nate Saunders, Alexis Nunes and Laurence Edmondson discuss the implications on the 2020 calendar.
Alexis Nunes is back with the F1 gurus to find out their predictions of the season and to take a look back at the testing dramas with Ferrari.
F1 has its first political row of the season, with seven of its teams threatening Ferrari and the FIA with legal action. Is the FIA hiding foul play? What comes next?
Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson are joined by fellow F1 journalist Chris Medland to assess the pecking order going to the 2020 Australian Grand Prix.
Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson are in Barcelona to review the first three days of testing and explain why Mercedes' strong start might not be as ominous as it looks.
loading
Comments (4)

Stu Cook

First time listener here from the UK. Much better is an in-depth look, like this, at the upcoming Austrian GP when the hosts aren't trying to outdo one another with their opinions. Great work! 👍

Jul 3rd
Reply

Amir Momeni

you guys forgot to mention the famous hat throwing U.S GP and the fact that Nico only won because Lewis had an engine failure at Malaysia, I'll never forget Lewis's radio message at that moment (oh noooooo, noooooo, noooooo), kinda like Sebastian's radio message at Germany 2018...

Jun 5th
Reply

Soroosh Mahdavi

👌🏼

Apr 25th
Reply

David Gordon

Episode 3 was by far the best one yet. Much more news and info than the others. Too much joking and guffawing during the first two-- give me Nerdy Lawrence anytime.

Feb 24th
Reply
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store