The Last Lap Podcast – Season 5 – Ep 9 – Austrian GP 2017 Review

 

The hills are alive with the sound of Andy and Sean dissecting the Austrian Grand Prix. Following the controversy in Baku F1 looked to return to something a normal state in the rolling hills of spielberg at the Red Bull Ring.

Who would take a leap in the championship? Who could cover themselves in glory? Who would becoming the Terminator of races? Will we ever be able to rid ourselves of the mental image of Christian Horner in Leiderhosen?

All this and more on this episode!

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The Last Lap Podcast – Season 5 – Ep 8 – Azerbaijan 2017 Review

Could it be that we finally get back to back great grand prix? Could the streets of Baku provide actual excitement not related to radio messages? Well, if you don’t know by now you’re probably living under a rock but Sean and Andy once again tackle all the thorny issues of Formula One including THAT incident.

Plus there may have been a race or something…

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The Last Lap Podcast – Season 5 – Ep 7 – Monaco/Canada 2017 Review

 

 

A mixed fortnight for F1 as we had an uneventful Monaco Grand Prix followed by a scintillating Canadian Grand Prix. Thankfully we balanced this episode in favour of the latter so it’s a nice and positive podcast for all you lucky F1 fans.

So dive right in to this double header.

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The Last Lap Podcast – Season 5 – Ep 6 – Spanish GP REview

 

Hey we’re of to sunny Spain (or possibly Spa if you believe Sean) as we return to Barcelona for the fifth race of the season. With a circuit noted for not being engine reliant would we see a shake up in fortunes or would it still be a Ferrari/Mercedes battle at the front?

Join Andy and Sean as they talk all things Espange , discuss how the VSC should work, Who’s propping up the field and may need to be looking over their shoulder plus all the action that took place on Thursday in Monaco.

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The Last Lap Podcast – Season 5 – Ep 5 – Russia 2017 GP Review

The coastal location offered plenty of specactular camera shots but not too much on track action as F1 returned to Sochi. Withe the Olympic flame a distant memory but a burning hot race already beginning for the F1 championship it turned into a race of first corner action and pit stop strategy.

Join Andy, Sean and Nicky Haldenby from the Lights Out Blog as they talk all things Russia, discuss who’s already looking good on the pre-season predictions, the point of hard tyres these days, refuelling, Alonso’s Indy 500 bid and one journalists reaction to it and also should the British rich sportsman list probably contain British people and people who live in Britain…

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