In this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Mithila and Kunal refrain from cracking too many Mclaren-Honda jokes as they discuss the world of Formula One as testing season kicks-off.
The ‘t-wing’ has been the talk of the paddock and the pre-season test in Barcelona. While most teams have one, Mercedes have gone and got themselves two.
Will the t-wing be outlawed, like the t-bone, and what about the shark-fin cover which seems more like an ugly whiteboard this season? The 2017 cars look sexy, no doubt, but get rid of these aero add-ons, please, say the team.
They also discuss the trigger for Williams-JCB partnership, Liberty Media’s liberty to Formula 1 teams for generating social media content, Fernando Alonso’s Red Bull Racing inspired helmet design and how RAI won Hamilton’s helmet design competition.
All of this and more in this week’s podcast that you can hear below.
In the latest Talking Cricket episode, host Barnaby Read is joined by Sport360 cricketing gurus Ajit Vijaykumar and Joy Chakravarty.
The podcasting trio discuss India’s win over England, Virat Kohli’s showdown with James Anderson and an unlikely instigator as well as Alastair Cook’s future as captain.
Focus then turns to Mickey Arthur’s return to Australia, this time as Pakistan coach before the team are told of AB de Villiers’ resignation as South Africa captain.
UAE captain Amjad Javed then speaks to our host about the country’s upcoming series against Afghanistan before well and truly opening a can of worms over the domestic structure of cricket across the Emirates.
Tune in below!
Daniel Ricciardo’s shoey was missed in Mexico, but is it time for a new party trick? We’re excited to know what it could be and how he’s going to up that game!
The Mexico Grand Prix will be remembered for the FIA’s inconsistent stewardship. One that saw Max Verstappen get penalised for doing a ‘Lewis Hamilton’, even when Hamilton himself didn’t get one. And of course, Sebastian Vettel realised that the only driver who gets away by doing ‘The Verstappen’ is Max Verstappen himself. All this and more on the Inside Line Podcast.