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  • After the legendary Steve Slater narrated some of the finest British GP memories a few days ago, our show regulars are back with the 2022 British GP Preview.

    But this episode has a special guest, too. Daniel Ricciardo's physio Michael Italiano joins us to explain how drivers have coped with porpoising & what it takes to be race fit through a demanding and compact Formula 1 calendar of 22-odd races.

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    In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal preview the upcoming 2022 British GP at Silverstone - will the title battle finally resume? Will Ferrari blow up or will they blow their rivals away? The talk this weekend will be about upgrades - remember Mercedes' 'Silverstone upgrade' in 2021 and how that changed the team's fortunes for the rest of the season?

    @f1statsguru aka Sundaram does a double take - he reports on kerbs and their sponsor-inspired colours followed by his stats preview segment. Instagrammer Aditya Bhat tells us why tyres will be stressed this weekend - remember Lewis Hamilton's three-wheel drive to victory a few years ago?

    This is a power-packed episode - a fitting one for Silverstone. Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 38)

    Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Aditya Bhat, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

    Image courtesy: Mercedes

  • 'Where it all began' is the best tagline for Formula 1 at Silverstone, the venue of the iconic and historic British Grand Prix.

    As a bonus feature for the upcoming 2022 British Grand Prix, the legendary Steve Slater, the 'voice of F1', joined us on the Inside Line F1 Podcast to narrate some of the finest British GP moments over the years.

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    This episode is a throwback to some of the most-memorable performances at the British Grand Prix, discussions around past and present British drivers and of course, legendary British racing teams. Tune in!

    Our 2022 British Grand Prix preview episode will go on-air on 1st July (Friday). 

    (Season 2022, Episode 38)

    Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • 'F1 Explained' is a new series on the Inside Line F1 Podcast that will re-visit some of the most-basic questions, rules & history on the sport of Formula 1.

    This series will be hosted by Mithila & the segments will be presented by Aditya Bhat, the creator of the @bhat.tech on Instagram.

    Amidst our regular race coverage schedule, when will 'F1 Explained' air on the Inside Line F1 Podcast?

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    Whenever there's a fortnight-long gap between races, we will be there with a new episode of the 'F1 Explained' series. The first episode of the series answers the question - what is F1 and how did it all begin?

    We're experimenting new content formats to cater to the new fans & build a bridge with us old timers. Let's know how you like (or don't?) our series & if there is a specific topic you want us to cover. 

    Next episode - between the Austrian & French Grands Prix

    (Season 2022, Episode 37)

    Follow our hosts: Mithila Mehta & Aditya Bhat

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  • We won't lie - we had high expectations from Fernando Alonso who started the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix from the front row. And we know that we were not alone. 

    We expected the former World Champion to make life difficult for Max Verstappen at the start and on the opening lap. But what a damp squib that turned out to be!

    However, that didn't deter Formula 1 from delivering a nail-biting race at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal.

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    FIA-accredited Formula 1 journalist Abhishek Takle joins Soumil and Kunal to review the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix. Why was Carlos Sainz unable to overtake Max Verstappen? Could Alpine have had a better strategy for Fernando Alonso? Would on-time pit stops have helped Charles Leclerc & Mclaren's fortunes? 

    Did you know: Mclaren have failed to score in the Canadian Grand Prix since 2014! As always, @f1statsguru (aka Sundaram) delivers mind-boggling stats in his segment.

    There's a lot more in this near-hour long episode. Tune in & happy listening!

    (Season 2022, Episode 36)

    Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • Yes, our 2022 Canadian Grand Prix Preview is 'liked by Pierre Gasly'! After all, we too want to be a part of the ongoing memes.

    But on a more serious note, here's our 2022 Canadian Grand Prix preview.

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    Will another street circuit bother Mercedes' porpoising / bottoming issues? Will Nicholas Latifi's last Formula 1 race be his race at home? There's a stats preview by @f1statsguru aka Sundaram and Aditya Bhat explains the penalty-strategy options for Ferrari given their recent power unit issues.

    And of course, will Red Bull score their 6th consecutive race win of the season?

    (Season 2022, Episode 35)

    Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Aditya Bhat, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • The 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix was dramatic - but it didn't offer the kind of drama we normally associate with the Baku City Circuit. High speed battles, overtakes and so on. The highlight of the race was Ferrari's double DNF (their first since 2020) followed by most retirements by Ferrari-powered teams. After starting the season strongly, the Scuderia now trail Red Bull Racing by 80 points in the Constructors' Championship. The Inside Line F1 Podcast is brought to you by Eight Sleep, the most-trusted name in high-performance sleep.Would you like to sleep on a bed-mattress designed by Formula 1 engineers to enhance your sleep quality? Here's an exclusive offer for our listeners.Save $150 at checkout on the Eight Sleep Pod Pro Cover. Go get yours today: https://www.eightsleep.com/insidelineIn this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal review the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix; a race that wasn't as Baku-esque as we would've hoped. Red Bull was in such control over the race that Max Verstappen and his race engineer were discussing how slow they could drive to the finish [email protected] aka Sundaram does his thing too - mind-boggling stats that defined the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix."The Monegasque has taken pole in each of the last four races but has failed to win any of them. The last driver to do so was Juan Pablo Montoya for Williams in 2002"But how did Sergio Perez lose the lead after snatching it at the start from Charles Leclerc? It was a race of tyre strategy - Ferrari opting to pit under VSC (courtesy: Caros Sainz) while Red Bull opting to stay out.Also, Mclaren's team orders, Mercedes' porpoising, AlphaTauri's recovery, Sebastian Vettel's rallying ways to his season's best finish & more.(Season 2022, Episode 34)Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal ShahImage courtesy: Mercedes

  • Monaco, but with a long straight; a mix of Monaco and Monza - call it what you may, the Baku City Circuit is a model street circuit. It's how street circuits should be...apart from Monaco.In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal preview the 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix. @f1statsguru aka Sundaram has his stats preview segment while Aditya Bhat (@bhat.tech) explains the challenges of the 'castle section' at Baku.The Inside Line F1 Podcast is brought to you by Eight Sleep, the most-trusted name in high-performance sleep.Would you like to sleep on a bed-mattress designed by Formula 1 engineers to enhance your sleep quality? Here's an exclusive offer for our listeners.Save $150 at checkout on the Eight Sleep Pod Pro Cover. Go get yours today: https://www.eightsleep.com/insidelineCould Sergio Perez do a double-double in Baku? Do we know which car is quicker - Ferrari or Red Bull Racing? If Ferrari have the car to challenge for the world title, do they have the team in place? Is this the most-likely race to have the unlikely podium trio? Will the 'porpoising' return for Mercedes & other teams on the long-straight of Baku?And of course, what makes Baku so special? Soumil and Kunal shares some of their favourite Baku moments; the race hasn't been around for that long, but it has already offered us plenty of memorable moments on-track.Tune in!(Season 2022, Episode 33)Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Aditya Bhat, Soumil Arora and Kunal ShahImage courtesy: Mercedes

  • Let alone Mclaren, will Daniel Ricciardo have a future in Formula 1? The awesome Australian is currently experiencing a low almost no one expected after his star signing at Mclaren from 2021.

    As Soumil points out, history has shown that such drastic career lows have often seen great talents bow out of Formula 1 - Damon Hill-Jordan, Juan Pablo Montoya-Mclaren and Jacques Villeneuve-BMW to name a few.

    Can Daniel Ricciardo recover?

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    In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, @f1statsguru aka Sundaram joins Soumil & Kunal to highlight stats-facts from Ricciardo's journey at Mclaren. As you will hear, it's as though Ricciardo never really arrived at Mclaren in 2021.

    After a tough 2021, the expectation was that the rules refresh would work in Ricciardo's favour. However, the Aussie missed vital pre-season testing due to COVID-19 and has scored less than a fourth of his team-mate Lando Norris' points after the first seven races of the season.

    Ricciardo's non-performance is not only costing points (and money) to Mclaren but is it also slowing their developmental curve? Amidst Ricciardo's struggles, Zak Brown's public comments come as a surprise. But are they to pressure the Aussie into performing or are they to prepare the media for his sacking? In terms of 'exit clauses', does Ricciardo hold the key to his future or can Mclaren be the first to pull the plug?

    Lots to ponder in the months ahead for Daniel Ricciardo, his legion of fans & Mclaren. There's another Australia in Oscar Piastri waiting in the wings as are the two American drivers - Colton Herta & Patricio O'ward. And of course, Pierre Gasly as well.

    What do you think will be Daniel Ricciardo's future in Formula 1? Write to us via our Instagram page.

    (Season 2022, Episode 32)

    Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • Sleep fitness in Formula 1 - that's what Eight Sleep is powering for the Mercedes Formula 1 Team. 

    In Formula 1, 'track to road' technology transfer is a common term. But what Eight Sleep is doing is the reverse - using consumer-led wearable technology to help increase the performance of the reigning Formula 1 World Champion team. 

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    in this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Matteo Franceschetti, the Co-Founder & CEO of Eight Sleep and a very passionate Formula 1 fan, joins Soumil and Kunal to talk about sleep fitness, how his products are built by Formula 1 engineers, the partnership with Mercedes & experiencing the crazy Miami & Monaco Grands Prix first hand! 

    (Season 2022, Episode 31)

    Follow our hosts: Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • The 2022 Monaco Grand Prix was unusual, fun & chaotic. Did the late start & fewer race laps rob us of more fun and chaos on the streets of Monaco?

    Soumil & Kunal review the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix on the Inside Line F1 Podcast, along with the stats review segment by @f1statsguru aka Sundaram. 

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    Did Sergio Perez win the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix? Or did Ferrari lose it for Charles Leclerc? What could Ferrari have done differently to convert Leclerc's splendid pole position into a victory - his first at home?

    Carlos Sainz's defiance of Ferrari's strategy, Williams' drivers hampering the progress of both Ferrari drivers, George Russell's continued top-5 finish trend, Lewis Hamilton in an Alpine sandwich & finally, the nearing of the end of Daniel Ricciardo's career in Formula 1?

    Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 30)

    Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • It's time for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix and we tell you just why all of Formula 1 is excited...including us! For starters, a lot of drivers call Monaco 'home'. They will walk to their race cars from their living rooms, just as us mortals do. But there's more to excite about Monaco, the 'Crown Jewel' of Motorsport. The history is represents & the challenges it offers to teams-drivers alike.The Inside Line F1 Podcast is brought to you by Eight Sleep, the most-trusted name in high-performance sleep. Here's an exclusive offer for our listeners.Save $150 at checkout on the Eight Sleep Pod Pro Cover. Go get yours today: https://www.eightsleep.com/insidelineIn this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal preview the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix along with Sundaram '@f1statsguru' Ramaswami who shares fascinating stats and facts about Monaco.Debuting on the Inside Line F1 Podcast from this race onward is Aditya Bhat with his 'F1 Tech Explained' segment. He explains the challenges the teams face with regards to steering setup given the tight-twisty nature of the circuit.Additionally, the teams will face a challenge on-track and off it. Logistics, car setup, race strategy & others.As for the drivers, racing those magnificent and super-quick beasts around the streets of Monaco will tax them mentally & physically; as Sebastian Vettel said, "This will be a physical Grand Prix where drivers will hustle the cars."And lastly, will Charles Leclerc's Monaco curse continue? The Ferrari driver is yet to finish a race at home! Tune in!(Season 2022, Episode 28)Follow our hosts: Sundaram Ramaswami, Aditya Bhat, Soumil Arora and Kunal ShahImage courtesy: Mercedes

  • The 2022 Spanish GP was a very un-Spanish GP-like! The race had it all in the mix - strategy, reliability & on-track battles. It was a highly-entertaining race, wasn't it?

    Max Verstappen won at the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona, registering a hat-trick of race wins in 2022. But did he win a race that Sergio Perez should've won? 

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    Would Carlos Sainz be ruing yet another missed opportunity? We reckon he could've won his maiden Formula 1 race at home! Was Lewis Hamilton's heroic charge to 5th dampened by his early-race message asking the team to retire his Mercedes? And what about George Russell? He's finished 100% of all the laps in 2022 & the only driver to have scored top-5 finishes in all races.

    In this 2022 Spanish GP review on the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal also discuss if the pecking order has changed thanks to the multiple upgrades brought by the teams (barring Haas). 

    Above all else, the Verstappen-Russell duel made a strong case against the DRS and also one strongly in favour of the 2022 regulations - if they can follow each other in Barcelona, they should be able to follow at most circuits on the calendar.

    There's a stats review segment by Sundaram aka @f1statsguru & then a mid-field round-up. Norris' tonsilitis , Aston Martin's 'green Red Bull' & more. 

    Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 28)

    Follow our hosts on Twitter: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • A BIG test coming up for the F1 2022 regulations at this weekend's 2022 Spanish Grand Prix. Why? Because the Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona has traditionally been a very tough one to overtake at. Will the drivers be able to follow each other better? Will they be able to pull off overtakes with the newly revamped regulations?Here's the 2022 Spanish GP Preview on the Inside Line F1 Podcast with Soumil and Kunal.The Inside Line F1 Podcast is brought to you by Eight Sleep, the most-trusted name in high-performance sleep. Here's an exclusive offer for our listeners.Save $150 at checkout on the Eight Sleep Pod Pro Cover. Go get yours today: https://www.eightsleep.com/insidelineSpain marks the start of the 'European leg' of the Formula 1 calendar; although Formula 1 raced in Imola a few races ago. Traditionally, the teams line up big upgrade packages for this race - we tell you two easy ways to keep a track.As for the teams, this race will offer them a good view of the progress they've made with their cars; given that one of the two pre-season tests were held here earlier in the year. We suspect that 'overtaking' and maybe even 'tyre management' could be the buzzwords this weekend.Would Ferrari's upgrades bring Charles Leclerc back in the fight with Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen? Can the Spaniards - Carlos Sainz & Fernando Alonso use the power of the Spanish fans to race themselves to better results in 2022? Will the upgrades change the pecking order?There's a lot packed into our near-30 mins long episode. Happy listening!(Season 2022, Episode 27)Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora and Kunal ShahImage courtesy: tilke.de

  • After the inaugural 2022 Miami GP, there are two things one can absolutely not argue against - first, this was the best Miami GP ever. But of course, it was also the only one.

    Second, this is the best Miami GP review ever. But of course, it is with the legendary Steve Slater - the 'Voice of F1' in Asia.

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    In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Steve Slater joins Soumil and Kunal to review the 2022 Miami GP. The trio discussion whether Red Bull Racing have the quickest car at the moment. How can Ferrari fight back? Did they miss a trick or two in Miami?

    The midfield was ever-tight; despite that Mercedes' George Russell recovered fantastically to score yet another top-5 finish. Was Lewis Hamilton harsh on his team yet again? Btw, Valtteri Bottas would've almost finished ahead of both the Mercedes cars.

    There are a lot of insights packed in this near-hour long episode. Happy listening!

    (Season 2022, Episode 26)

    Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • Here it is, our Miami GP preview with Bob Varsha, the 'Voice of F1' in America.

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    In this episode, Bob, Soumil and Kunal discuss various topics - from the overreaction around the 'fake marina' to the talks around Miami replacing Monaco, Formula 1's original 'Crown Jewel'. Is the Miami model one that other circuits can follow - the coverage, the hype, the build-up and hopefully the entertainment, too. 

    The Andretti-Sauber deal is now history. But does Bob see more potential in Andretti's interest in starting a Formula 1 team from scratch? What about an American driver in Formula 1? Lots of insights in this 70+ mins long chat. We hope you enjoy our conversation.

    (Season 2022, Episode 25)

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  • The 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix showed just how lethal Max Verstappen is when his Red Bull is a pace setting car and of course, reliable as well.Red Bull Racing was practically unchallenged at Imola and Verstappen made the most of it to take a sizeable chunk out of Charles Leclerc's early season lead in the Drivers' Championship.34 points - the maximum a driver could score on a 'Sprint + Grand Prix' weekend format; and that's exactly what Verstappen did in Imola. In fact, it's the first time in the history of this format that a driver has scored the maximum available points through the weekend.On the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal review the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix - did we all jinx Ferrari's homecoming at Imola? Should Charles Leclerc have patiently settled for P3?Could Daniel Ricciardo have done any different at the start?Is George Russell's experience from Williams helping him cope better with a struggling Mercedes?Is there more to Toto Wolff's post-race apology to Lewis Hamilton? The colder temperatures - were they a performance differentiating factor this weekend? Finally, are Alfa Romeo & Haas the underperformers of the season yet?Tune in!(Season 2022, Episode 24)Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora and Kunal ShahImage courtesy: Red Bull Content Pool

  • Ferrari's first home race of the season - the tifosi will be out in full force. Will they be celebrating a Ferrari win? Or will Red Bull Racing have found an answer to their pace and reliability woes? Also, it's AlphaTauri's home race, too.

    It's also time for the first F1 Sprint of the 2022 Formula 1 season. The drama has only peaked each time we had a Sprint last season. What's to expect this year? Also, new rules for Sprint from 2022.

    The Spaniards, Germans and Canadians need a change of performance in Imola for the 'Formula 1 Rolex Gran Premio Del Made in Italy e Dell'Emilia Romagna 2022' race (bwoy, that's a mouthful!). And of course, Ferrari needs to be challenged, too. Who will it be? 

    Join Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah on this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast as they preview the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

    Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 23)

    Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • Could 2022 Formula 1 season be the last of Sebastian Vettel & Monaco in the sport? It's strange that two Formula 1 classics might face a bleak future as the current season goes along.

    In the case of Vettel, could the uncompetitive Aston Martin remain attractive?

    In the case of Monaco, it could be a case of pressure from Formula 1 to sign a more-favourable contract and also the fact that more interesting circuits are being announced as race venues.

    In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal discuss what can become of Sebastian Vettel & Monaco.

    Could Vettel go the Fernando Alonso way? Race other cars / series & see if his passion for Formula 1 reignites?

    As for Monaco, what's your view - should Formula 1 drop the iconic venue or continue with it?

    Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 22)

    Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • Here's the final episode of our three-part series - 'What's your Force India F1 team story?'

    In this episode, Ravikant Sabnavis and Kunal Shah talk about working with the billionaire owners of the Force India F1 Team - Vijay Mallya & Subrata Roy.

    To tune in to the previous episodes:
    Force India F1 Team, The Inside Line, Episode 1
    Sachin Tendulkar, Shah Rukh Khan, One from a Billion (Episode 2)

    The duo joke about how one owner chased 'glory on track' while the other chose 'personal glory', the cultural differences between two of Asia's largest private sports investors of the previous decade and more. 

    This episode also has in discussion the famous Monaco Yacht Party that was hosted by Vijay Mallya in Monaco on the Indian Empress, how Force India became Sahara Force India - the resultant changes in team name, logo and others. 

    Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 21)

    Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ravikant Sabnavis, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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  • Charles Leclerc wins it in style - pole position, race win & fastest lap. The 2022 Australian Grand Prix was a boring-ish race that was also fun. Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen failed to see the chequered flag for the second time in three races due to reliability issues with his car.

    Did you know? Max Verstappen is yet to score a pole position in the 2022 Formula 1 season

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    In this episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal decode the stories from the 2022 Australian Grand Prix. What happened to Carlos Sainz Jr.? How did Alexander Albon make his almost no-stop strategy work? They celebrate George Russell's maiden Mercedes podium & wonder if there's more behind Lewis Hamilton's 'difficult' radio message to the team. 

    Rejoice for Mclaren - but pain and agony for Fernando Alonso & Aston Martin.

    Tune in!

    (Season 2022, Episode 20)

    Follow our hosts on Twitter: Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah

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