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The Race F1 Podcast

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If something happens in Formula 1 racing, The Race F1 Podcast has got you covered. Featuring renowned F1 journalists Edd Straw, Mark Hughes, Scott Mitchell-Malm, Ben Anderson and more, we’ll bring you unbeatable insight from the ground at every F1 race, including the inside line on the latest breaking Formula 1 news and gossip, informed debate about the biggest topics, and in-depth analysis after ... more

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On the episode before last, we gave you our reaction as we got a first official look at Formula 1’s 2026 car rules. On this episode, as the FIA fights to lock down the details and the 10 teams jostle to get the outcomes they want, host Edd Straw and ... more

2 days ago

Scott Mitchell-Malm and Ben Anderson join Edd Straw to discuss a thrilling wet/dry Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal that was eventually won by Red Bull's Max Verstappen. But will McLaren and Mercedes rue a missed opportunity to beat the world champion... more

4 days ago

After the first official look at Formula 1’s 2026 car rules was revealed by the FIA, join Edd Straw and Ben Anderson for a quick-fire run through of all the key details - including dropping the drag reduction system as we know it - and our thoughts o... more

7 days ago

Scott Mitchell-Malm and Glenn Freeman join Edd Straw to discuss the news that Red Bull have re-signed Sergio Perez to a new two-year deal. They discuss why the world champion team have decided to stick with the Mexican, but why the new deal may not b... more

8 days ago


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4.7 out of 5 stars from 5.2k ratings
  • Spoiled Miami race results in title

    I find it shocking that these guys are F1 accredited journalists while the Missed Apex team are not and they’re producing much better content despite being enthusiasts working from home and generally not on site. Edd Straw’s intros are typically contradictory both sides type comments of no actual value. I wanted to try what I thought was a new F1 podcast and gave these guys a few episodes to impress me but no. Continuing on my previous comments, in today’s post-Suzuki pod, Scott Mitchell-Malm ma... more

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    Maigus Cat
    United Statesa month ago
  • Terrific

    Very informative week in week out

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • Allows me to survive my drives

    I love listening to Edd et al while I deliver parcels. Great insight and analysis without the press release phoniness of most sport journalism. Love it!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Enough with the spoilers!

    Really enjoy the podcast, would recommend it to any F1 fan. But please, stop putting spoilers in race result episode titles. That’s enough to lose the 5th star, as I see the new episode appear sometimes before having chance to watch the race, and that’s the result ruined 🙁

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • You’re Teasing Customers w/ Subscriber Only Casts

    I’ll NEVER listen to one of your casts again. You’re clearly taking non-paying listeners for granted when you tease us w/ your Verstappen Q & A ep that’s available only to subscribers. While you’re a solid enough F1 source, you’re nowhere interesting or informative enough to justify extortion or teasing. I hope other listeners follow my lead and send you and any other greedy podcasters the way of US broadcast TV, an industry that put their best shows on streaming, resulting in losses of over-the... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago

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