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The Inside Line F1 Podcast (http://bit.ly/ilf1ponkf1b) is a weekly show that adds humour to the otherwise serious world of Formula 1. We also relish dissecting the sport and business of Formula 1. This podcast is hosted by Mithila (https://twitter.com/mith_m) and Kunal (https://twitter.com/kunalashah).
For your weekly dose of Formula 1 humour, you can subscribe to our channel on iTunes (http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), audioBoom (http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) or Google Podcasts (http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts).
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16: Did Ecclestone Spill Vettel's F1 Retirement Plans?
An unlikely friendship or not, Bernie Ecclestone and Sebastian Vettel are known to be good friends. In which case, why would Ecclestone stir the controversial retirement pot for Vettel at a time when almost everyone is calling for it anyway? Is Ecclestone having with Vettel's critics or did he just end up spilling the beans over Vettel's future in Formula 1? Either way, let's hope for one final championship flourish (or two!) for Vettel before he bids goodbye to the sport. In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we also talk about Fernando Alonso's possible decision to not renew his current racing contract with Toyota and why that would be smart. If Alonso decides to return to Formula 1, which driver's career could be at risk - Lando Norris or Carlos Sainz Jr.? Sir Jackie Stewart has been 'very lucky' to not have fan hate come towards him for claiming that Lewis Hamilton was very lucky to get the Mercedes seat. And of course, we look forward to the talking points from 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix and wonder if a mid-field driver will find himself on the podium 4th year in a row? Tune in!(Season 2019, Episode 16)Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: Azerbaijan Grand Prix's contract extended till 2023\. How are circuits betting on Formula 1's future when teams and drivers are so non-committal themselves?3:00-6:00: Fernando Alonso's decision to not renew with Toyota could offer a cue to his plans for 2020\. What should he do? Is not re-signing with Toyota the correct decision? If Alonso returns to Formula 1, could it be at the cost of Lando Norris or Carlos Sainz Jr.'s future? 6:00-9:00: We discuss Sir Jackie Stewart's assessment on Lewis Hamilton being 'very lucky' to have a Mercedes seat. We think Sir Stewart has been 'very lucky' to not have too much fan hate come his way! 9:00-12:00: Is Bernie Ecclestone spilling Sebastian Vettel's retirement plans? Let's understand Ferrari's driver dilemma before trying to crucify them for their team orders12:00-15:00: Is Mattia Binotto actually overburdened at Ferrari? The ONE area where Charles Leclerc has had to work extremely hard to match Sebastian Vettel15:00-18:00: Max Verstappen's recommendations for Formula 1 are so millennial! 18:00-21:00: Is Baku the new Spain for Formula 1 teams to bring upgrades? How will Mercedes deal with Valtteri Bottas' early contract extension talks?21:00-end: Can Renault switch from talking of the future to talking about the present? Moments in Time with Lucien + predictions! The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts)Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)Image courtesy: Twitter
15: Ferrari: Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don't
Should Ferrari use team-orders or not? They were trolled for not doing so in 2018 and now are now being trolled for doing so in 2019! As for China, we believe Ferrari was right in using team-orders. But before you jump onto us for this statement, tune in to this episode. We also talk of how 'disbelief' is governing Ferrari's title campaign for 2019 and how the team and Sebastian Vettel avoided major embarrassment in Formula 1's 1000th Grand Prix.  Also in this episode, we tell you why trolling the Strolls ain't gonna work - even if Lance presses the radio instead of the energy button. We discuss the ONE reason why Mercedes would promote Esteban Ocon to a race seat, even if Valtteri Bottas does sufficiently well this year and if Romain Grosjean is some sort of a benchmark for drivers in Formula 1\. If Mclaren decide to field a full-time team in Indycar, we tell you why it would be a smart decision. Tune in!(Season 2019, Episode 15)Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: Max Verstappen is spinning around too - just that he's spinning when it doesn't matter. 3:00-6:00: Why Lance & Lawrence Stroll deserve to be in Formula 1 - it is family business. As for Kimi Raikkonen, Formula 1 is a hobby! Is Romain Grosjean a benchmark in Formula 1? 6:00-9:00: Ferrari - damned if you do, damned if you don't - on their use or no-use of team-orders. But thank you for the BIGGEST story from Formula 1's 1000th Grand Prix 9:00-12:00: Will Toro Rosso receive an invoice from Ferrari for their brake disc cooling services in China? Will the better starting Mercedes driver end up winning the Drivers' Championship in 2019? 12:00-15:00: We discuss the ONE scenario that could see Mercedes promote Esteban Ocon to a race seat. Is Formula 1 going the Formula E way and prefering street circuits? 15:00-18:00: Ferrari-Vettel avoided major embarrassment in the qualifying session in China. Also, was the pit-wall of Red Bull Racing and Haas asleep in Q3? 18:00-end: Mclaren's decision to field a full-time Indycar team could be completely understandable and justifiable. They are trying to emulate Fernando Alonso's moves outside of Formula 1. The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts)Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)_Image courtesy: ESPN_
14: Sebastian Vettel Is Trolling The Trolls ;-)
Sebastian Vettel - from spinning on track, he's now spinning in the simulator. Is this Vettel's way of trolling his trolls? Let's remember, the German has an impeccable sense of humour too. Instead of wins, pole positions and fastest laps, his spin count (4 in the last 10 races) leads the chatter among Formula 1 fans. One thing is for sure, Vettel will bounce back. But which race will it be? In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we discuss the celebrations around Formula 1's 1000th Grand Prix, a possible Verstappen-Ocon pairing at Mercedes, which driver prodigies will place his hands on the title trophy first - Leclerc or Verstappen, Formula E's new ambassadors - Bernie Ecclestone and Lewis Hamilton and of course, the possible addition of a Q4 to our ever-so-fun qualifying session. By the way, there's a 'What Villeneuve Said This Week' section. But worry not, it isn't replacing our ever-famous 'What Wolff Said This Week' section. Okay, now tune in! (Season 2019, Episode 14)Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: The questions that the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix could answer. And do you really care if this is Formula 1's 1000th Grand Prix?3:00-6:00: Aero changes or not, will the Williams car overtake any of their rivals on-track this season? Bernie Ecclestone and Lewis Hamilton - Formula E's best ambassadors?6:00-9:00: Will Lewis Hamilton be remembered for ending the Formula 1 careers of two former World Champions - Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel too?9:00-12:00: Sebastian Vettel trolling the trolls - are you one of them? Watch out. And did you know why Lewis Hamilton hasn't watch the Netflix-F1 show?12:00-15:00: Verstappen-Hamilton or Verstappen-Ocon to race for Mercedes in 2020? How soon before we see a Verstappen vs. Leclerc for the title battle? Which driver would be the first to place his hand on the coveted trophy?15:00-18:00: This is a fantastic era to be a Motorsport fan - we tell you why. Should we add a Q4 section to qualifying from the 2020 Formula 1 Season? We discuss the pros and cons. And the 'What Villeneuve Said This Week' section.18:00-end: Lucien's 'Moments In Time' of the Chinese Grand Prix + predictionsThe Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts) Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)_Image courtesy: Sky Sports_
12: Strange Start To F1 2019 - Agree Or Disagree?
The start to the 2019 Formula 1 Season has been strange. For starters, we were almost on course to see Ferrari and Mercedes' (supposed!) number 2 drivers win the opening two races while their superstar drivers were have been found lacking. Okay, more so for Sebastian Vettel than Lewis Hamilton, but we still stand by our assessment.   In this week's episode, we also discuss the strange form, pace and events at Renault, Red Bull Racing and most other teams on the grid. Will Fernando Alonso's next target be to race and win the Bathurst 1000? We tell you why Alonso believes that Lando Norris is more suited to race the 2019 Mclaren car and of course, should Ferrari favour Charles Leclerc over Sebastian Vettel already? Tune in! (Season 2019, Episode 12) Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: The 2019 Formula 1 Season seems like the 2018 Formula 1 Season; and this is not just for Sebastian Vettel alone  3:00-6:00: Is Renault testing Daniel Ricciardo's overtaking skills? Renault are going a long way to proving equal treatment to both their drivers  6:00-9:00: What Ferrari-Mercedes might ask for to participate in the Netflix-F1 show season 2\. Any guesses? 9:00-12:00: From being paid to drive, is Sergio Perez being paid to speak...?  12:00-15:00: How did Ralf Schumacher get himself to be one of Formula 1's top-earners? And did you know that Romain Grosjean is one of France's highest paid sportsmen?15:00-end: Could Fernando Alonso be racing in the Bathurst 1000 any time soon? Should Ferrari favour Charles Leclerc over Sebastian Vettel?The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts)Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.come/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)Image courtesy: The Express
11: Alonso-Dakar Will Be More Interesting Than Alonso-F1
Fernando Alonso - he knows how to stay in the news! But more importantly, he knows how to have fun in the world of Motorsport. In the recent past, how many former Formula 1 World Champions have raced and won high-profile races and series after '_retiring_' from Formula 1? Fernando Alonso racing in THE DAKAR RALLY (yes, we're super-excited!) would be mighty, awesome, mega and interesting. In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we discuss how Fernando Alonso is making the most of his stature in the world of Motorsport. And for once, we're okay if he doesn't return to Formula 1...Also in the episode, we discuss the key talking points from the upcoming Bahrain Grand Prix and how Ferrari will make headlines irrespective of their form or performance. After all, the Schumacher name returns to the Ferrari cockpit after 13 years. We re-live memories from Bahrain on Lucien's Moments in Time section while also sharing our best names from the Formula Food obsession. Tune in!(Season 2019, Episode 11) The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts) Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)_Image courtesy: Toyota Gazoo Racing_
10: The Question NASA Should've Asked Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton actually had the gall to ask NASA if the moon landing was faked. In this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we wonder if NASA could've been this honest with Hamilton too and if so, we tell you the most pertinent question they could've asked our five-times World Champion. Okay, no hate guys - spread the love!  Also in this episode, do we really have a new Valtteri Bottas? We discuss Ralf Schumacher's statements. Pierre Gasly and Robert Kubica had a strange issue with the start-lights in Australia; Formula 1 will fix this for Bahrain. Daniel Ricciardo under-fire for his Renault debut already? Was it Maurizio Arrivabene who decided against Ferrari's participation in the Netflix-Formula 1 show? And of course, the 'What Wolff Said This Week' section is back. Tune in!  (Season 2019, Episode 10) Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: Do we really have a Valtteri Bad*ss in the 2019 Formula 1 Season?  3:00-6:00: Lewis Hamilton asked NASA if the moon landing was faked. Here's what NASA could've asked him in return6:00-9:00: Formula 1 to fix the visibility of the start lights by Bahrain, will the tyre blanket temperature rule change too?9:00-12:00: Daniel Ricciardo already under-fire for his debut race with Renault. Did he miss the uneven tarmac during his track walk?12:00-15:00: This week's 'What Wolff Said This Week' section + why it would be difficult for Formula 1 to police a budget cap15:00-18:00: Our views on the new television graphics introduced by Formula 1 in 2019 + Did Maurizio Arrivabene decide against Ferrari's participation in the Netflix-Formula 1 show?18:00-21:00: Ashley Blutman witnessed the 2019 Australian Grand Prix from the Albert Park Circuit. She shares her track-side experiences and moreImage courtesy: Mercedes / Lewis Hamilton (Twitter)
9: F1 2019: Watch Out For The Rookies
The rookies are out to take Formula 1 by storm. Max Verstappen started the trend, followed by Charles Leclerc and now there's four more on the grid in 2019 - Lando Norris, George Russell, Alexander Albon and Antonio Giovinazzi. But there is something about these millennial rookies that makes them formidable talents. We can't last remember when Formula 1 had so many rookies line-up on the grid. Basically, the top-3 Formula 2 drivers from 2018 have been promoted to race in Formula 1 in 2019\. And of course, the Formula 1 grid in 2019 has 6 drivers who didn't race last season. Also in this week's episode, we have 'Moments in Time' with Lucien where he shares some of the most memorable racing moments from the Australian Grand Prix. We discuss what success would look like for every driver in 2019, Ecclestone's views on Mclaren needing a new team boss and if Ferrari-Mercedes will split the titles in the 2019 Formula 1 Season. Tune in! (Season 2019, Episode 09)Here's what's in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: Who needs what - we discuss what success would look like for every driver in the 2019 Formula1 Season - Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas3:00-6:00: Leclerc vs. Verstappen, Gasly adjusting to the atmosphere in the Verstappen-obsessed Red Bull Racing 6:00-9:00: Nico Hulkenberg's high-profile benchmark in Daniel Ricciardo, Magnussen-Haas to drive Haas to 'best of rest' position in 2019? Lando Norris, already the 'Rookie of the Year'?9:00-12:00: Carlos Sainz Jr.'s search for stability and security. Sergio Perez's double-edged sword, to beat the boss' son or not? Lance Stroll, can he even blame the car in 2019?12:00-15:00: Kimi Raikkonen, PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE! Antonio Giovinazzi, the Adrian Sutil lookalike? Alexander Albon, can he be in contention for Gasly's seat at Red Bull Racing in 2020?15:00-18:00: Life would come a full circle for Daniil Kvyat if he delivers and gets re-promoted to Red Bull Racing. He will end up partnering the very driver he was demoted to make way for. Robert Kubica, just matching George Russell would be an achievement, but we'd love to see him race in Formula E and kick-ass there. As for Russell, watch out for his words out-of-the-car. He's onto something! 18:00-21:00: Why on earth would Lewis Hamilton-Mercedes be boo-ed? Is it because he dislikes the smell of burgers and fries? Stroll Jr. is misusing the team's new investments already? 21:00-24:00: Use the Formula 1.5 rules and regulations for writing the rules for Formula 1 in 2021\. How soon can Red Bull Racing score Honda's first Formula 1 podium (since their return)? Mercedes wasn't interested in the Netflix documentary, but were certain Lewis Hamilton would've loved the opportunity to act and perform 24:00-27:00: Will Ferrari and Mercedes split the World Championship titles in 2019? Also, the 'Moments in Time' section with Lucien! The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts)Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)_Image courtesy: www.sportauto.fr _
8: Dear F1, Give Us Season 2 Of The Netflix Show
The Netflix-Formula 1 documentary has taken the world by storm. Yes, we mean the entire world and not just the smallish-large world of Formula 1 fans. While Formula 1 is hoping that the documentary brings newer audiences to the sport, we're wondering how many Formula 1 fans bought a Netflix subscription to watch the series. The reverse cross-over, as we call it in this week's episode of the [Inside Line F1 Podcast](http://bit.ly/ilf1ponkf1b). Also in this episode, we wonder if Bernie Ecclestone is actually fiddling with race hosting contract extensions. By the way, Ecclestone should totally star in this documentary, if there is a Season 2 in production - and there should absolutely be one! Also, did Formula 1 foot the expensive production bill of this documentary or could this be an ancillary revenue opportunity? The documentary is just so awesome that we have spoken about it in length. But this episode also has more - like Red Bull Racing re-promoting Daniil Kvyat, the trigger for Valtteri Bottas' love for dogs and finally, our view of the 2019 Formula 1 Season opening launch event from Melbourne. Tune in!(Season 2019, Episode 08)0:00-3:00: Formula 1 should just race all through the year. We tell you how it can be made possible. Also, our view on the 2019 Formula 1 Season launch event in Melbourne. 3:00-6:00: The Netflix-Formula 1 documentary - a fantastic marketing exercise by Formula 1? And thank you Ferrari and Mercedes for ignoring this documentary. No, seriously! Also, how many Formula 1 fans bought Netflix subscriptions only to watch this documentary? 6:00-9:00: If you could pick ONE star of the Netflix-Formula 1 documentary, who would it be? The documentary is doing to Formula 1, what Rush did back in the days. Good work, Formula 1 9:00-12:00: Bernie Ecclestone should be in season 2 of the Netflix-Formula 1 documentary. But will he mind that the documentary is available behind a pay-wall and via online streaming?12:00-15:00: Should Formula 1 races be shorter? Valtteri Bottas wants to beat everyone in 2019, can he? Will he?15:00-18:00: Could life come a full-circle for Daniil Kvyat? Could he be promoted for the second time to Red Bull Racing?18:00-21:00: A round-up of the Hong Kong ePrix with Ashley Blutman The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts)Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)_Image courtesy: Yahoo_
7: From World Champions To Mule Champions
Williams F1 Team - is still in the pre-season spotlight; for all the wrong reasons. One wonders what it could be like once the season starts, but then, we could have other under-performers to focus on. And would that be Mclaren? Well, Helmut Marko certainly thinks so.  In our pre-pre-2019 Australian Grand Prix episode, we talk about Ferrari's masterstroke for Mission Winnow or did common sense just settle in? How easy or difficult is it for one to identify the Pirelli tyres? Why Red Bull Racing need to change their points of reference and is everyone too critical about Formula 1? Finally, we have our young and budding Formula 1 podcaster/reporter from Australia, Ashley Blutman back on our show. Tune in!(Season 2019, Episode 07)Here's what's in store for you in this episode:0:00-3:00: Ferrari's masterstroke with Mission Winnow - two reasons why they dropped their controversial surrogate sponsor3:00-6:00: Will Charles Leclerc be allowed to fight Sebastian Vettel? Ferrari say yes. Ferrari also say no! Sigh!!6:00-9:00: Confused about identifying Pirelli's tyres this season? Well, you are not alone. Could 2019 be the season when Renault fades away into oblivion in the world of Formula 1?9:00-12:00: Red Bull Racing need to leave Daniel Ricciardo and Mclaren all alone. They desperately need a change in their points of reference12:00-15:00: Kunal's crystal ball looks into what could be the future of Robert Kubica. Formula E? Simulator driver? Or both? Unfortunately for Williams, they've gone from being former World Champions to the team that no one minds providing Pirelli with a mule car for 202115:00-18:00: Is everyone too critical about Formula 1? Should Formula 1 'control' the messaging that goes out from the sport and its stakeholders - the teams, drivers, etc.?18:00-21:00: Finally, should a championship point be awarded for the fastest lap of the race? And we have Ashley Blutman, a young and avid Formula 1 fan from Australia, back on our podcast. She shares her expectations from the upcoming season and what she thinks of the Ricciardo-Renault partnershipThe [Inside Line F1 Podcast](http://bit.ly/ilf1ponkf1b), a top-rated podcast on iTunes and audioBoom, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.Subscribe: [iTunes](http://bit.ly/insidelinef1podcast), [audioBoom](http://bit.ly/insidelineviarss) (RSS feed for all devices) and [Google Podcasts](http://bit.ly/ilf1pgooglepodcasts)Official Page: [Facebook](http://bit.ly/insidelineonfacebook)Follow our hosts on Twitter: [Mithila Mehta](http://www.twitter.com/mith_m) and [Kunal Shah](http://www.twitter.com/kunalashah)
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Georges Valade

Charles Leclerc pronounces "le-clair" not le-clerk

Mar 17th
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Kunal Shah

Georges Valade Yeah, Georges. We just end up sticking to English pronunciations most times. But we'll make a shift from today's episode. Hope you enjoy our content :-)

Mar 27th
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Serge Grund

heiko und danner experten ???? vieleicht carrera

Jul 8th
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Kunal Shah

Serge Grund Thanks, Serge. Our understanding of German is limited. Hope you are enjoying our content.

Jul 22nd
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Saurabh Dani

Ohh.... I am so happy to find this F1 podcast great job guys keep it up 👍👍👍

May 6th
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Kunal Shah

Saurabh Dani Thank you for your good words, Saurabh! :-)

May 26th
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Juan Luis Garcia

Love the podcast! Very entertaining and informative!!

Apr 19th
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Kunal Shah

Juan Luis Garcia Thank you, Juan. Appreciate your good words for our show :-)

May 3rd
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