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Help the Last Lap by reviewing us on I-tunes!

Hello Valued Listeners! Often on the show you’ll hear us ask if you can spend 2 minutes to write us a review and rate us on Itunes. To show you how simple and easy that is here are the steps you needs to take to perform this wonderful service for us.



Step 1:

Find the Last Lap F1 Podcast on Itune either in your podcast section or simply by searching and clicking the show link



Step 2:

Click on the Ratings and Reviews tab



Step 3:

Click on Write a review and then fill out the box as you see fit. If you could rate us 5 stars then that would be excellent



And that is all there is to it! Every review and rating helps us appear higher up in i-tunes internal charts and lists and helps us reach more people.


So in advance thanks from Sean and myself for taking the time to do this for us and we’ll see you on the next show!

Roll up, roll up for something you have never heard before!!


Time for a bit of shameless shilling on behalf of some good friends of the podcast! We’re pretty much Formula One only on this podcast but there’s actually quite alot of other things going on in the world apparently (I know, I was shocked too!). Thankfully though the BDLMcast attempt to try and cover just about anything and everything on their show. Whether it’s looking at a new movie release, a shocking or bizarre story in the news, shooting down celebrities or just general picking apart something they find interesting; these guys cover it all.

So make room in your life for the four best friends you didn’t know you wanted to have but probably wouldn’t let talk in front of your kids, the BDLM podcast is here to fulfill all your desires…. yes, even that one you filthy animal!

R.I.P Jean-Pierre Beltoise



Jean-Pierre Beltoise: 1972 Monaco GP winner dies at age of 77


Former Formula 1 driver Jean-Pierre Beltoise, the winner of the 1972 Monaco Grand Prix, has died at the age of 77.

The Frenchman’s Monaco triumph in a Matra was one of eight podium finishes in an 84-race F1 career between 1967 and 1974.

The French motor sport federation (FFSA) confirmed his passing in a statement on Monday, adding that Beltoise “is and will remain an example for a whole generation of drivers”.

He died following a double stroke at his holiday home in Dakar, Senegal.

Beltoise started out as a motorcycle racer, winning 11 French championships, before switching to sports cars and F1.

All at The Last Lap Podcast send our thoughts to Jean-Pierre’s friends and family at this time.