The Sky Sports F1 Podcast is your one stop shop to stay across all the biggest stories in Formula One. Joining Matt Baker each week will be Sky F1’s pundits and reporters as well as guests from inside the paddock, hoping to demystify the sometimes complex world of F1. So if you want to know the difference between downforce and diffusers or torque and telemetry – hit the subscribe button!
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It's an all Sky F1 affair this week as Bernie Collins and Anthony Davidson join Matt to look back at the Japanese Grand Prix, where Red Bull claimed the 2023 Constructors' Championship. more
Ted Kravitz has been looking ahead to the Japanese GP and what storylines we can expect from the 16th race of the season. He discusses whether Red Bull will win the constructors' championship this weekend, if Max Verstappen will return to winning way... more
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Was pleased when Sky finally got an F1 podcast going, and the first episode was great having the usual TV guys chatting more informally about F1. That set a good standard but to be honest mostly the episodes are very low rent. The odd appearance from Ted or Karen but mostly it’s just ‘YouTubers’ and nonentities. This just drives down the quality and it’s just not worth listening to when the competition from others is just better.
Just listened to Crofty’s episode 15/08/2023 and it’s one of the best podcasts I’ve ever listened to! I was hanging on his every word and even got quite emotional at times! You’re a legend Crofty, keep doing your thing!
I’ve been a fan of the sports since the early ‘80’s and can honestly say that Sky Sports has the best coverage of all. The podcast is a great addition to their content offerings and is always a tray to listen to. Different podcasts give different perspectives which is great, but why not listen to the team that has the worldwide distribution rights? They have the access, knowledge and expertise that few have and most others can only dream of.
Biased towards F1 (they sell it) and biased Brits (home team horny) more
Love Ted, the pod book is fab but whenever there is an advert break there is a musical stinger that plays at least double the volume of the rest of the pod! Any time there is a break you have to whip headphones out to avoid being deafened- the whole thing needs properly levelling please- no point going deaf!
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Sky Sports F1 Podcast launched 7 months ago and published 47 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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