F1 Should Make Winning Prize Money Public
Formula 1 should make its winning prize money official, like other sports series. Will Max Verstappen race the Aston Martin hypercar in the 24 Hours of Le Mans some day soon?
Also in this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we react to the rumour that Formula 1 cars could be powered by 50% electric power come 2025 - if so, by what year would Formula 1 become Formula E? The supposed $175 million budget cap for each team - how many teams can actually spend that much? We thank Ferrari for handing Karun Chandhok his best career moment in Formula 1. And finally, we relish at the prospect of Max Verstappen racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in an Aston Martin hypercar come 2021 or whenever! Tune in
(Season 2019, Episode 24)
Here's what's in store for you in this episode:
0:00-3:00: Max Verstappen could race Aston Martin's hypercar in the 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans. Verstappen's inspiration for Le Mans? Nico Hulkenberg!
3:00-6:00: From 2021, Formula 1 teams could collectively spend $2 billion every season to try and entertain us. That's the leaked $175 million per team x 10 teams
6:00-9:00: Formula 1 should making teams' winning prize money public - we'd love to know what Mercedes-Hamilton make for boring us all season after season
9:00-12:00: What year could Formula 1 become Formula E? Mithila picks 2030. What's your pick?
12:00-15:00: Ferrari handed Karun Chandhok his best career moment in Formula 1 yet! Btw, did Sergey Sirotkin just replace Fernando Alonso as Mclaren's reserve driver for 2019?
15:00-end: Moments in Time with Lucien
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