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* No Spoilers* Ariana is already on her way to Abu Dhabi with the rest of the F1 team, so Jess McFadyen steps up to host today’s podcast alongside Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) and Haydn Cobb (Editor, Autosport.com). Luke is fresh from the drivers interviews and tells us who-said-what after the chequered flag, whilst Haydn was on live commentary duty today and had to make sense of today’s chaotic scenes for those following along.  But can we make sense of it on the Autosport podcast?

Dec 6

59 min 3 sec

Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) is at the track with our host Ariana Bravo, and they’re taking stock of a thrilling qualifying session today, which threw another curveball at the championship battle.

Dec 4

16 min 58 sec

Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) is at the track alongside our host Ariana Bravo, who are both experiencing the first running at the Jeddah Street Circuit. 

Dec 3

16 min 55 sec

The four finalists who will contest the 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award have been selected. Ollie Bearman, Jonny Edgar, Louis Foster and Zak O’Sullivan are the finalists. None have been in the Award before.   This week on the podcast we're talking to each driver individually, and hearing about their story so far.    Previous winners include 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button, 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard, current F1 drivers Lando Norris and George Russell, triple Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti, and 2014 World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson.   Today we're talking to Zak O'Sullivan. O’Sullivan has been the driver to beat in GB3 this year. The 16-year-old continued the impressive form from his first single-seater campaign last season, when he came oh-so-close to securing the British F4 crown. He seems set to make up for that disappointment this year, as he comfortably tops the points ahead of the finale.

Dec 2

24 min 32 sec

The four finalists who will contest the 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award have been selected. Ollie Bearman, Jonny Edgar, Louis Foster and Zak O’Sullivan are the finalists. None have been in the Award before.   This week on the podcast we're talking to each driver individually, and hearing about their story so far.    Previous winners include 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button, 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard, current F1 drivers Lando Norris and George Russell, triple Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti, and 2014 World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson.   Today we're talking to Louis Foster. After a winning cameo outing last year, Foster has been racing full-time in Euroformula Open this season on his graduation from British F3, and is embroiled in a close title fight. The 18-year-old Hampshireman has won three races with the Motopark-run CryptoTower Racing Team – all of them on one incredible weekend at Spa.

Dec 1

22 min 54 sec

The four finalists who will contest the 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award have been selected. Ollie Bearman, Jonny Edgar, Louis Foster and Zak O’Sullivan are the finalists. None have been in the Award before.   This week on the podcast we're talking to each driver individually, and hearing about their story so far.    Previous winners include 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button, 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard, current F1 drivers Lando Norris and George Russell, triple Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti, and 2014 World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson.   Today we're talking to Jonny Edgar. This 17-year-old, from Cumbrian karting royalty, won a thrilling German F4 title battle in 2020. He had a tough time this year in FIA Formula 3, with a best result of fifth with Carlin, and finished 18th in the points. But bear in mind that 2021 champion Dennis Hauger was 17th last year on his step up from F4…

Nov 30

21 min 48 sec

Former Formula 1 team boss Sir Frank Williams, whose squad became one of the most successful in grand prix racing’s history, has passed away. He was 79. A short statement from the Williams team said he had been admitted to hospital on Friday and passed away peacefully on Sunday morning surrounded by his family. The Williams team earned 114 F1 victories, along with seven drivers’ titles and nine constructors’ crowns, to became one of the best-known teams on the grid. Frank Williams had originally founded Williams Grand Prix Engineering in 1977, having previously run cars in Formula 2 and Formula 3. Today we speak with two people who knew Frank well and worked with him in different capacities. First we hear from motorsport writer and broadcaster Maurice Hamilton. We also speak with Juan Pablo Montoya who drove for four seasons of Formula 1 with Williams.  They were in conversation with Diana Binks on Motorsport TV Live. Watch here: https://uk.motorsport.tv/

Nov 29

22 min 9 sec

The four finalists who will contest the 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award have been selected. Ollie Bearman, Jonny Edgar, Louis Foster and Zak O’Sullivan are the finalists. None have been in the Award before.   This week on the podcast we're talking to each driver individually, and hearing about their story so far.    Previous winners include 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button, 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard, current F1 drivers Lando Norris and George Russell, triple Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti, and 2014 World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson.    Today we're talking to Ollie Bearman. The 16-year-old Essex driver has been the class of the ferociously competitive Italian and German Formula 4 championships in 2021. Bearman has won 13 races with Van Amersfoort Racing and leads the points in both series. Has also been a race winner in selected GB3 outings, despite limited mileage compared to his rivals.

Nov 29

21 min 25 sec

Tom Howard is joined by Matt Kew and commentator Jack Nicholls to look back at the seventh season of Formula E and rank the drivers based on their performance this year.

Nov 27

1 hr 10 min

November 25th is a date any rally fan will remember for two reasons. Two decades ago today, the formidable pairing of Richard Burns and Robert Reid clinched the world rally championship with third place on Rally GB. Four years later, to the day, Burns lost his two-year battle with a brain tumour.  We’re joined by Petter Solberg who remembers his time as Richard’s teammate.

Nov 25

18 min 2 sec

Jamie Chadwick is a double champion. The winner of W Series in 2019 repeated her achievement in 2021 after a dominant win at the Circuit of the Americas. Today on the podcast we'll talk to Jamie, and her season-long title rival Alice Powell. They went into the final round level on 109 points each, but it was the Williams development driver Chadwick who won both rounds on Saturday and Sunday in Austin. Championship victory hands her 15 FIA Superlicence points, but does that mean we'll see her in a Friday practice session in Formula 1 sometime soon? What are her plans for next year? How does this championship compare to her first? And will she compete in W Series again or will she look towards Formula 3 or WEC? Let's find out. 

Nov 25

31 min 39 sec

Ariana Bravo is back in the paddock in Qatar, along with Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport), and they're joined by Stuart Codling (Executive Editor, GP Racing) to review today's action at the Losail International Circuit.

Nov 22

55 min 54 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) to analyse the Saturday pace and how the drivers line up for tomorrow’s Grand Prix.

Nov 21

18 min 26 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jonanthan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) to look at the pace on Friday in Qatar.

Nov 19

16 min 45 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network)and Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) to analyse the big talking points from the Sao Paulo Grand Prix.

Nov 14

1 hr 6 min

Ariana Bravo is joined by Alex Kalinauckas  (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) to look at some of the overnight penalties and punishments dished out by the stewards, and also a thrilling drive from Lewis Hamilton in today’s sprint race. 

Nov 13

24 min 43 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) to analyse today’s qualifying action, in the third Sprint Race weekend of the year.

Nov 12

22 min 4 sec

 Sponsored Content. Today we hear from students from the National Centre for Motorsport Engineering at the University of Bolton. They have been learning in the classroom AND on the race track. Where does the next generation of motorsport engineers come from? How can you gain experience whilst also studying? At the University of Bolton their £13million state of the art facility is equipping graduates with the skills they need for a career in motorsport engineering. Find out more about the National Centre for Motorsport Engineering at the University of Bolton online at bolton.ac.uk

Nov 10

24 min 11 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network)and Jake Boxall-Legge (Technical Editor, Autosport) to analyse the big talking points from the Mexico City Grand Prix. 

Nov 7

56 min 1 sec

06Ariana Bravo is joined by Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) to look at the qualifying results from Saturday in Mexico.

Nov 7

19 min 17 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jonanthan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) to look at the pace on Friday in Mexico. 

Nov 6

22 min 42 sec

Tom Howard is joined by Autosport's Chief Editor Kevin Turner for a special episode. Stepping up to F1 in 1962, Jo Siffert shone with Rob Walker Racing Team and BRM before his career was abruptly ended in a fatal crash at Brands Hatch in 1971. On the 50th anniversary of his death, Autosport recalled the career of an F1 and sportscar ace gone before his time. And to hear more from the writer of that piece, Kevin Turner, Tom it's over to you. And stay tuned because also in today show we'll take a short break to thank today's sponsor, the National Centre for Motorsport Engineering at the University of Bolton, where their £13million state of the art facility is equipping graduates with the skills they need for a career in motorsport engineering. Find out more about the National Centre for Motorsport Engineering at the University of Bolton online at bolton.ac.uk .

Nov 4

57 min 26 sec

This weekend marks the 50th running of the illustrious Formula Ford Festival, first held in 1972, which has been won by some of motorsport's biggest names down the years. Stefan Mackley is joined by Marcus Simmons and Gary Watkins to preview the event, and tell you why a trip to Brands Hatch this weekend won't disappoint.

Oct 28

49 min

Ariana Bravo is joined by Charles Bradley (Editor in chief, motorsport.com) and Sef Harding (F1 writer and podcaster) to look back at how the US Grand Prix was won.

Oct 25

53 min 59 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) to analyse the results of qualifying at Circuit Of The Americas.

Oct 24

21 min 49 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jake Boxall-Legge (Technical Editor, Autosport) to look at the pace on Friday in Austin. 

Oct 23

22 min 27 sec

As we head into the final round of the season, today's guests are W-Series driver coaches Jonny Kane and Warren Hughes. Both professional racing drivers, they began working with the championship this year, but have a long standing partnership dating back to their days competing together at Le Mans in the early noughties. Megan White spoke to them ahead of the season finale doubleheader in Austin this weekend.

Oct 22

25 min 56 sec

It's all at stake this weekend when any one of five drivers could win the championship. We take a look at everything you need to know before the BTCC action this weekend with Tom Howard, Marcus Simmons, and special guest David Addison (ITV BTCC Commentator).

Oct 21

1 hr 4 min

Formula 1 and Motorsport Network today announced the results of the 2021 F1 Global Fan Survey. Conducted in 15 languages across the Motorsport.com platform, and receiving feedback from 167,000 fans in 187 countries, the 2021 survey is the largest single sports survey ever analysed by Nielsen Sports. Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) is here to discuss fan favourite teams, drivers and the overall state of the sport. He's joined by James Allen (President, Motorsport Network) and Charles Bradley (Editor-in-chief, motorsport.com)

Oct 21

24 min 20 sec

Today (Saturday October 16) is a sad day for motorsport fans everywhere because it's the 10th anniversary of the tragic accident which claimed the life of Dan Wheldon, the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner and 2005 IndyCar Champion. Dan died on October 16, 2011 at the Las Vegas Motorspeedway. Charles Bradley (Editor-in-chief, motorsport.com) and David Malsher (US Editor, motorsport.com) are joined by six-time IndyCar Champion Scott Dixon. 

Oct 16

45 min 6 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) and Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network) to analyse who mastered the wet conditions of Istanbul Park.

Oct 10

1 hr 1 min

Ariana Bravo is joined by Haydn Cobb (Editor, Autosport.com) to analyse today's qualifying action and what it means for tomorrow's action.

Oct 9

23 min 16 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) to analyse the action from the first day at Istanbul Park. Recent form has seen McLaren win in Italy and come close to winning in Russia but, as Jon explained on the podcast recently, the form book hasn’t changed dramatically and the Mercedes/Red Bull are the faster cars in normal conditions. But was that the case today? Listen to find out.

Oct 8

23 min 8 sec

This week It's sixty years since one of the greatest grand prix teams took its first victory when Team Lotus won the 1961 United States Grand Prix with Innes Ireland driving the Lotus 21. It was the first win for Team Lotus as a works outfit although privateer cars had won races previously. What better excuse to talk about one of the great grand prix teams and we're delighted to be joined by Clive Chapman today. Clive is the son of Lotus founder Colin Chapman and Managing Director of Classic Team Lotus. Clive joins us from their Norfolk HQ where many of their iconic grand prix cars are kept running. Kevin Turner (Chief Editor, Autosport) and Clive chat about the history of the team, and the Top 10 cars they raced.

Oct 6

58 min 6 sec

The four finalists who will contest the 2021 Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award have been selected. Aston Martin joined the Award in 2019. Previous winners include 2009 F1 world champion Jenson Button, 13-time grand prix winner David Coulthard, current F1 drivers Lando Norris and George Russell, triple Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti, and 2014 World Endurance champion Anthony Davidson. Kevin Turner (Chief Editor, Autosport) is joined by Marcus Simmons and Ian Titchmarsh to discuss why these are four finalists. German and Italian Formula 4 points leader Ollie Bearman, FIA F3 racer Jonny Edgar, Euroformula Open title contender Louis Foster and GB3 championship favourite Zak O’Sullivan are the finalists. None have been in the Award before. The winner will be announced at the Autosport Awards on 19th December. 

Oct 5

36 min 53 sec

Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) is joined by Kevin Turner (Chief Editor, Autosport) and Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, motorsport.com) to discuss Lewis Hamilton’s achievement of 100 Grand Prix victories. We talk about Schumacher’s 91 wins and at what point Hamilton looked able to beat it, where this ranks in his list of achievements and how crucial the move from McLaren to Mercedes was. We also explore how Hamilton has kept himself motivated, his greatest rivals and how Hamilton navigated regulation changes to stay at the very top.

Sep 30

1 hr 9 min

Ariana is battling with a cold which means she’s lost her voice, so her producer Martyn Lee is off the bench to host the show today with Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) and Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network) to look back at a race which will ultimately be remembered for a major milestone for the record books but, in the immediate aftermath, is more about the broken heart of one driver who was looking good for a maiden F1 win.

Sep 26

1 hr 2 min

*No spoilers* 2021 really is the season which keeps on giving! With a top three nobody could have predicted before qualifying. Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) describes the pole position result as a ‘shock’ and has good reasons why.  In the press conference after qualifying, Alex says the pole sitter admitted this is the one circuit he wouldn’t want to be on the front row for, especially if there is a headwind. However we’re set up for an unmissable race tomorrow. 

Sep 25

24 min 17 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Stuart Codling (Executive Editor, GP Racing) to look at the two practice sessions earlier today, with Saturday’s running looking increasingly like it will face disruption from rain. Red Bull has confirmed Max Verstappen will take a new power unit and therefore start from the back of the grid, so they focused on long run pace. In the past Verstappen has driven from 19th to 5th at this circuit. The same power unit change also applies to Ferrari with Charles Leclerc.  Whilst the front of the grid might be easy to forecast this weekend, it was as tight as ever in the midfield today. Overtaking is possible in Sochi if drivers can get a good slipstream and have a decent speed offset from the car they’re following, so we could see plenty of moves up the field on Sunday.

Sep 24

18 min 47 sec

We're entering a period of change for the top level junior single seater categories in the UK.  British Formula 4 has launched the careers of Lando Norris, Oscar Piastri and Colton Herta since its creation in 2015. But next year there's a new car, new engine and new organiser. Stephen Lickorish and Stefan Mackley present a two-part special about the future of young drivers working their way up the motorsport ladder. Our very special guest Karun Chandhok explains why it's so important for junior single seaters to thrive, and why he took up the offer of Motorsport UK to help guide the new era of Formula 4.

Sep 23

40 min 16 sec

This weekend (17-19 September) the Goodwood Revival returns to Goodwood Motor Circuit in West Sussex.  But this isn’t just a day out in period dress, you can watch the greatest cars and drivers recreate the glamour or motor racing as it used to be.  Jenson Button will make his historic racing debut on Friday and Sunday. Expect wheel-to-wheel racing around this classic circuit, which is now more famous for hosting classic events than it was when used for contemporary racing or testing. Kevin Turner (Chief Editor, Autosport) is joined by Goodwood legend Marcus Pye to discuss the confirmed races and biggest battles you’ll want to know about before this weekend. Marcus also gives us his circuit guide, corner by corner, and the best spots to watch the action 

Sep 16

56 min 42 sec

A new Netflix documentary on Michael Schumacher that offers an intimate portrait of the seven-time Formula 1 world champion is released today.  You can read Jonathan Noble's review online here, and listen to today's podcast for a discussion about the documentary. Martyn Lee is joined by Jon and James Allen (Motorsport Network President, F1 Journalist and Schumacher biographer) to look at why the Schumacher family gave their blessing to this project. The movie features plenty of Formula 1 footage but stands out for how many home movies are used to show the human being rather than the character created by the media at the time. Netflix not only obtains rare footage of interviews throughout his career but also new interviews with his family, as they talk about how life has changed following Michael's accident in 2013.

Sep 15

26 min 40 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined as usual by Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network) and two new voices to the Autosport podcast. Haydn Cobb (Editor, Autosport.com) stands in for Luke this week, and we have a special guest with Harry Benjamin. Harry is a motorsport commentator for multiple series, including those on the F1 support calendar in 2021, and also host of the Motormouth Podcast.  No spoilers here, but once again Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen wanted the same piece of race track, but how did it turn out this time? And which team will be partying long into the night after a long-awaited return to the top step of the podium? 

Sep 12

57 min 10 sec

Ariana Bravo is joined by Alex Kalinauckas (Grand Prix Editor, Autosport) as they're both in the Monza paddock to talk to the drivers and team bosses following today's Sprint Qualifying. Find out why a 2mm clutch error caused Lewis Hamilton a major headache, why the winner isn't technically a winner, and how the McLaren drivers could be the wildcard in the championship battle between Max and Lewis tomorrow.

Sep 11

23 min 37 sec

This weekend at Monza sees the second sprint race format, so Friday afternoon was all about setting the grid for Saturday’s sprint qualifying.  The pole sitter tomorrow isn’t officially on pole, instead he earns the title of ‘speed king’. Ariana Bravo is in the paddock in Italy and she’s talking to Jonathan Noble (F1 Editor, motosport.com) about the action.

Sep 10

19 min 25 sec

What better way to get in the mood for an Italian Grand Prix at Monza, than an Italian who has driven the track. We’re joined by Vitantonio Liuzzi. Enjoying drives for the newly birthed Red Bull Racing team, Toro Rosso, Force India and HRT, on the podcast today he looks back at a Formula 1 career which he says was often defined as being in the right place at the wrong time. Tonio talks about what it's like to race at Monza with the passion of the fans behind you, his best lap around Monza, why he credits Michael Schumacher as the key to his early success, the events which stopped him from rising up to be a team leader in a main Red Bull seat and remembering the famous Turn 1 crash which took out Nico Rosberg.   Finally he tells us why 2010 was the year he drove most of the season with just one hand on the wheel, and his duties this weekend as an FIA steward.

Sep 9

1 hr 1 min

On today's Autosport podcast, we're bringing you something from our sister podcast channel Gravel Notes. Tom Howard talks to Molly Taylor who is currently competing in Extreme E and this weekend's WRC Acropolis Rally Greece. Molly reveals how a facetime call from Nico Rosberg got her interested in Extreme E, how successful female drivers can inspire a generation of young girls who see them as role models, and she previews this the WRC action this weekend.

Sep 9

27 min 31 sec

Formula One will have new power units from 2025 that will run on 100% sustainable fuels.  So how big a change is that going to be? As great as the shift from V8s to hybrids? And while many governments around the world seem to speak today only of electric cars as the future, how powerful a message will Formula One be sending that the future of cars and mobility doesn't have to be all-electric? To help us answer this, we spoke to Scuderia Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto and his F1 fuel partner István Kapitány, Shell’s Global Executive Vice president for mobility. Your host as always on #ThinkingFoward is James Allen.

Sep 8

19 min 2 sec

It's Monday 6th September and a breaking news episode on today’s podcast. Ariana is currently flying from the Netherlands to Italy to prepare for hosting this weekend's TV coverage, so you've got Martyn to introduce the news today. Well it's the announcement we thought was coming but you never know until it's a done deal. George Russell will be driving the Mercedes-Benz next to Lewis Hamiton and Valtteri Bottas will join the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team in 2022 at the start of what the Swiss outfit says is a multi-year deal. The Finn's departure from Mercedes has been expected for some weeks, and a return to Williams was also a potential option before it became clear that his destination was Alfa Romeo. Kimi Raikkonen's retirement announcement on Wednesday was the first in a series of pieces of the driver market puzzle fall into place. Confirmation from Mercedes that George Russell is to join the world champion team as replacement for Bottas will follow this week. Bottas is reunited at Alfa Romeo with team principal Fred Vasseur, with whom he worked at ART in F3 in 2009 and 2010, and in GP3 in 2011, when he won the championship. Despite the strong contribution of Bottas over the years, the prospect of promoting Russell from Williams ultimately proved irresistible for Mercedes and team boss Toto Wolff. The Austrian was involved in Bottas's management before a conflict of interest obliged him to step back. Wolff has long stressed that he wanted to ensure that his former protege found a new seat should Russell be given the nod for the Mercedes drive, and said after Bottas's move to Alfa was announced that "he would absolutely have deserved to stay" in 2022. The news that Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas will join Alfa Romeo next year is the first key move in Formula 1's 2022 driver market. In an exclusive interview with Autosport, team boss Fred Vasseur explains why the Finn he last worked with a decade ago has the traits his team needs for 2022, as F1 enters its brave new era. You can read all of that in the Plus section of Autosport.com. We think it's the best motorsport writing out there, but judge for yourself with half price access. New subscribers who sign up today can use the promo code PODCAST during checkout to save 50% off their first payment.  Go to Autosport.com/plus and click ‘Sign In’ at the top of the page, then use promo code PODCAST for that 50% discount. Thanks for listening today, we’ll be back soon. Read more: https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/valtteri-bottas-to-drive-for-alfa-romeo-f1-team-in-2022/6661658/ Wolff: Bottas would have deserved 2022 Mercedes F1 drive https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/wolff-says-bottas-would-have-deserved-2022-mercedes-f1-drive/6661703/ Why Alfa Romeo has picked Bottas to be its 2022 F1 "leader" https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/why-alfa-romeo-has-picked-bottas-to-be-its-2022-f1-leader/6661657/

Sep 7

17 min 20 sec

Formula 1’s return to Circuit Zandvoort is all thanks to the Max Verstappen fever from his home fans, but did they go home delighted or despondent? Ariana Bravo is joined for our review podcast by Luke Smith (F1 Reporter, Autosport) and Jess McFadyen (Director of Digital Strategy, Motorsport Network)  to analyse all the action down the grid. 

Sep 5

55 min 9 sec