Vettel Missing A Mentor At Ferrari?
Sebastian Vettel could be missing a mentor at Ferrari. In fact, could Ferrari do better with a ‘real’ racer at the helm of affairs? We explain our view in this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast by comparing the pressures between a Formula 1 driver and the CEO of a Fortune 500 company.
Also, we wonder how things could’ve turned out had Lewis Hamilton lost the World Championship in 2008; would Timo Glock be remembered a little less? With Formula 1 teams promoting young (or really young!) drivers in this era - has Formula 1 become a development series for drivers too? Finally, will Hamilton break his no-win-after-championship duck this weekend in Brazil? Tune in!
(Season 2018, Episode 38)
Here is what's in store for you this week:
0:00-3:00: That time of the year when remember Timo Glock; WHAT IF Felipe Massa would’ve won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2008?
3:00-6:00: Sebastian Vettel looks like he’s missing a mentor at Ferrari - we explain our point
6:00-8:00: Has Formula 1 become a development series for drivers too? Also, can Ferrari seriously win the Constructors’ Championship this season?
08:00-10:00: Can Lewis Hamilton attempt a switch to and win with Ferrari? Basically, do what Michael Schumacher attempted to do in his era
10:00-13:00: Haas should be disappointed if they finish 5th in 2018, agree or disagree? Can Williams survive without the Stroll money in 2019?
13:00-15:00: Should Formula 1 cars now have digital rear view mirrors? And, Lucien’s ‘Moments in Time’ section for the upcoming Brazilian Grand Prix! 14:45
20:00-end : Lewis Hamilton is yet to win a race after winning a World Championship; can he win this weekend in Brazil?
P.S.: We won’t have an episode next week; remember to tune back in the week before the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix!
The Inside Line F1 Podcast, a top-rated podcast on iTunes, audioBoom and the BookMyShow Jukebox, is hosted every week by Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah. This podcast offers a humourous view on the sport and business of Formula 1.