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Juliet Litman and Megan Schuster are joined by ‘Missed Apex Podcast’ host Richard “Spanners” Ready to discuss the deluge of F1 news this week, including Sebastian Vettel’s retirement, Fernando Alonso's move to Aston Martin, Daniel Ricciardo’s next mo... more
Megan is joined by Mark Hamilton from the ‘Scuderia F1 Podcast’ and TSN’s Tim Hauraney to break down the Hungarian Grand Prix. They discuss yet another win by Max Verstappen, another questionable strategic performance by Ferrari, and a competitive ra... more
Megan Schuster is joined by digital host Taryn Bray and Micheal Baumann to recap the French Grand Prix. They revisit the results, discuss another disappointing performance by Ferrari, weigh in on the future of the Paul Ricard Circuit, and wrap things... more
First - Megan should be a full-time cohost with Kevin! I love the perspective and energy she brings. Second - I loved that you had Hamilton and Hauraney on from Canada. They were excellent guests! Tim should appear more regularly on the show.
I have been listening for awhile and the best part of the show is the variety of guests. more
I really liked this podcast previously but have been loving Meagan subbing in. Can we please get her as a permanent cohost?
I like the format of this podcast and they do a great job bringing on a rotation of guests, which a lot of other f1 podcasts don’t bother to do (or don’t have the resources for). more
The review of the Hungarian GP was ridiculous. The adherence to the F1 talking points/narrative was unbearable. The fawning of the supposedly more “mature” Max, the same guy who consistently abuses his team every race weekend. The endless accolades for Russell’s quali lap while ignoring the fact that he ended up in P3 at the end of the race after starting on pole and completely ignoring Hamilton’s charge from P7 to P2 as well as his critical role in getting that Merc to where it is. To top it of... more
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The Ringer F1 Show launched 5 months ago and published 35 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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