Pitstop Podcast - a space for F1 fans, hosted by F1 fans. Every week we discuss the latest F1 news and give our own opinions on rumours, predictions, and more. Join us every Monday and Thursday on our journey as new fans of the sport and strap in as we dive deep into the world of racing.
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Welcome back to Pitstop! Happy Monday everyone, Jake here writing the episode summary today. I think this one is funny and we speak about Las Vegas Grand Prix which just happened. Fab has started collecting tables from random people that live in our ... more
Welcome back to the Pitstop Podcast! The time has finally come! After all the chatter online, we're finally at the point of the year where we get to experience Formula 1 in Las Vegas! We can't wait to see what happens in Quali and the Race, especiall... more
Queen of the Paddock, Sky Sports F1’s Natalie Pinkham on PITSTOP‼️ What an episode. We all love Natalie for her great work with Formula 1, Sky Sports, and just for being a great all round person. That's why we’ve been desperate to get her on the show... more
Do you like f1? These jerks don’t. Move on
love the random banter and such ! super amazing pod. keep it going guys !
Insulted, waste of time
Great F1 podcast!
Cringeworthy show hosted by what reports call, “the 2 most punchable faces in motorsport….although it’d be criminal to say they’re actually a part of motorsport—so just the 2 most punchable faces.”
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