Liberty Media's Formula 1, Finally
Liberty Media can finally call Formula 1 their own. Bernie Ecclestone's insights on the Concorde Agreement and looking forward to the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix.
In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Mithila and Kunal talk about Mercedes' debrief videos on social media - do rival teams use them for educational purposes? Also, what's the purpose of Ferrari's 'hourglass challenge' videos? Lando Norris needs to host a 'champagne popping masterclass' - others are failing miserably while trying to replicate his trick. We tell you why the machines were right in the AWS Fastest Formula 1 Driver Rankings and more. Tune in!
(Season 2020, Episode 40)
Here's what's in store for you in this episode:
0:00-5:00 - Liberty Media stage managed the signing of Concorde Agreement very well
5:00-10:00 - Chase Carey has delivered what Liberty Media set out to do when they bought the sport from Bernie Ecclestone in 2017. Btw, Ecclestone offered an interesting insight on why he paid Ferrari a higher sum than the others
10:00-15:00 - The machines played it safe with the AWS fastest Formula 1 driver ranking by getting the top-3 rankings right. More on the 'ban on engine modes in qualifying', we simplify why the FIA are forcing this rule. It's not about slowing down Mercedes
15:00-20:00 - Mercedes' debrief videos on social media - do rival teams use them to train their strategists? Btw, you HAVE to tune in to one of Ferrari's 'hourglass challenge' videos. Tommy Hilfiger falling prey to the typical depiction of a female Formula 1 fan - we disapprove!
20:00-25:00 - Helmut Marko needs to be more gracious in Red Bull Racing's repeated defeat to Mercedes.
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