Journalist Edd Straw and former F1 technical director and car designer Gary Anderson are here to guide listeners through the wonderful world of Formula 1 technology. With the help of special guests they’ll discuss and explain everything from how F1 cars are engineered to go faster, to the science behind cutting-edge aerodynamics and the complexities of engine development. They’ll also discuss the latest design trends shaping the 2022 grid, speak to some of the famous names behind classic F1 innovations, and answer fans’ burning F1 tech questions.
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Gary gets a technophobe like me interested in how F1 cars work. This is a great show!! I always listen in and learn heaps. Keep up the great work guys.
Absolutely love F1 Tech and wish there was more of it. To be honest I’m not feeling the new portion they have added called F1 Focus. I’m going to pass on those episodes but I look forward to the original podcast every other week. Mixing the two is just a bad idea. They should separate the two and give us more with Edd & Gary. Thanks
Good knowledge and overall very good podcast but my goodness Gary is very biased it would seem against Hamilton. The current drivers are very good and all have positives and negatives. To hear a podcast where a presenter clearly has a bias is pretty annoying and I tend to not listen as often or just turn off throughout. It’s a shame there’s so much opinion rather than people being objective as I think it’s reasonable to expect.
My favorite F1 podcast. Love the inside stories from the people who were there. Love hearing about all the cool little tricks and clever ways they skirted the rules. And unlike most British media, they aren’t super biased towards Mercedes. Gary Anderson is the best, he’s really been there and done that. Love his feedback. Great stuff, waiting anxiously for the new season.
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