The Race F1 Podcast brings you comprehensive coverage of every aspect of Formula 1 racing, with discussion of the latest breaking Formula One news, debate about the biggest topics and in-depth analysis after each grand prix.
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The two minute long sports betting ads that are 75% legal disclosure are really painful, I am finding myself turning off episodes because the content isn’t worth the horrid ads. Edit: there are now 5 minutes of ads at the beginning of each episode. The content is absolutely not worth it. more
Interesting podcasts but feel like you sit in the fence too much at times.
I love a good race. I love engineering and talented athletes. I love the conversation about all this. But the thing I love most about this particular podcast is the intelligent , insightful , and exquisite manner in which they analyze everything. These guys are mature and slyly witty. The podcast is addictive solely on its basis of being the best conversation available—regardless of the topic!
Love these guys, Ed is an absolute legend. Enough said
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The Race F1 Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 305 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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