Inside Line F1 Podcast: Strange start to 2019 season

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Inside Line F1 Podcast: Strange start to 2019 season
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Apr 7, 2019, 6:12 AM

The start to the 2019 Formula 1 Season has been strange.

For starters, we were almost on course to see Ferrari and Mercedes' (supposed!) number 2 drivers win the opening two races while their superstar drivers have been found lacking.

Okay, more so for Sebastian Vettel than Lewis Hamilton, but we still stand by our assessment.    

In this week's episode, we also discuss the strange form, pace and events at Renault, Red Bull Racing and most other teams on the grid.

Will Fernando Alonso's next target be to race and win the Bathurst 1000? We tell you why Alonso believes that Lando Norris is more suited to race the 2019 Mclaren car and of course, should Ferrari favour Charles Leclerc over Sebastian Vettel already? Tune in!

(Season 2019, Episode 12)

Here's what's in store for you in this episode:

0:00-3:00: The 2019 Formula 1 Season seems like the 2018 Formula 1 Season; and this is not just for Sebastian Vettel alone  

3:00-6:00: Is Renault testing Daniel Ricciardo's overtaking skills? Renault are going a long way to proving equal treatment to both their drivers  

6:00-9:00: What Ferrari-Mercedes might ask for to participate in the Netflix-F1 show season 2. Any guesses?

9:00-12:00: From being paid to drive, is Sergio Perez being paid to speak...?  

12:00-15:00: How did Ralf Schumacher get himself to be one of Formula 1's top-earners? And did you know that Romain Grosjean is one of France's highest paid sportsmen?

15:00-end: Could Fernando Alonso be racing in the Bathurst 1000 any time soon? Should Ferrari favour Charles Leclerc over Sebastian Vettel?

 

Kunal Shah is a former racer who works in the sports business industry. He pens his view on Formula 1 on his personal blog: kunalsf1blog.

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