F1: Vettel should replace Bernie, Lewis unpopular in China

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Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and the Chinese GP feature this week.

Sebastian Vettel recently said that he fails to understand the ‘selfie generation’ and social media. This is possibly why he is ‘most suited’ to replace Bernie Ecclestone as F1’s oh-so-important CEO, according to Mithila and Kunal in this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast.

Other subjects covered this week include Honda’s strange announcement strange that they will focus on ‘power’ in their ‘power’units, and why Johnny Herbert has teamed up with Lewis Hamilton at Fernando Alonso’s expense.

Finally, the F1-loving duo take a look at why Lewis Hamilton is so unpopular in China and why teams will be employing a quick-change tyre strategy.

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The Inside Line F1 Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Mithila and Kunal. This podcast aims to add much needed humour to an otherwise serious sport of Formula 1. Mithila is an avid travel and lifestyle writer. You can visit her blog on www.miss-wanderlust.com. Kunal is a former racer and sports marketer who worked with the Force India F1 Team for more than 100 races. You can visit his Formula 1 blog on www.kunalsf1blog.com.

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