Sky Sports F1 Podcast
Sky Sports F1 Podcast
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The 2024 season is about to get underway, so Ted Kravitz takes you behind the scenes - and back on the Sky F1 bus - at the Bahrain Grand Prix, where Christian Horner has been cleared to continue his role at Red Bull, but all the talk is about who can catch double World Champion Max Verstappen.
Matt Baker, Natalie Pinkham, Karun Chandhok and F1 content creator Tommo join for our first pod of the new season. They debate if anyone can beat Max Verstappen and who will be Red Bull's closest challengers this year. Lewis Hamilton's final season with Mercedes is talked about as well as who could replace him at the team. Lando Norris' hopes at McLaren are dissected before the other teams are discussed in detail. They finish by answering questions that have been sent in from the fans.
Bernie Collins joins Matt Baker to look ahead to the three days of F1's pre-season testing in Bahrain. From travelling through airports with car parts, to how flow-vis paint works to sandbagging - Bernie answers your most pressing questions!
Matt Baker is joined by Martin Brundle, Simon Lazenby and Rachel Brookes to review some of the huge F1 stories from the off-season, including Lewis Hamilton's announcement that he'll be moving to Ferrari, Andretti having their bid to join the grid rejected and changes to Sprint weekends.
Simon Lazenby assembles the Sky Sports F1 team for an emergency show, reacting to the shock news that Lewis Hamilton is to join Ferrari in 2025. Hear from Jenson Button, Martin Brundle, Damon Hill, Karun Chandhock, Natalie Pinkham, Craig Slater and Rachel Brookes on a massive day for F1.
Welcome to another bonus episode on the Sky Sports F1 Podcast feed. This is an episode of the Secrets of Success podcast in which former England cricket captain, Nasser Hussain chats with some of the most successful people in sport to find out how the motivate and inspire their teams to succeed at the highest level. His guest today is Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff. Wolff talks about how he ended up in Formula One after some difficult moments in his childhood - moments which he says helped shape him as a leader and manager. He also discusses working with Lewis Hamilton, his rivalry with Red Bull boss Christian Horner and why he avoids social media as much as he can. Secrets of Success is released every Wednesday so don't forget to follow or subscribe so you don't miss an episode.
With the news that Madrid will be joining the Formula 1 calendar from 2026, Natalie Pinkham and Damon Hill join for the latest podcast to discuss what the track might bring to the series and what this could mean for the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Welcome to a bonus episode on the Sky Sports F1 Podcast feed. This is the fifth episode of Secrets of Success - a series in which former England cricket captain, Nasser Hussain speaks to some of the most successful people in sport about how they manage, motivate and inspire their teams to perform at the highest level. Today, Nasser is joined by Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner. Horner tells us about how he was able to persuade his team members to believe they could challenge and compete with the likes of Mercedes and Ferrari, discusses what he expects from his drivers and describes his relationship with his rival, Toto Wolff. Secrets of Success is released every Wednesday, so if you enjoy this episode, search for Secrets of Success, then follow or subscribe so you don't miss an episode.
Sky Sports F1's Naomi Schiff, Martin Brundle and Simon Lazenby join Matthew Baker to preview the Sky Original film: 'Ferrari', which tells the story of the team's founder, Enzo, featuring actors Adam Driver, Penelope Cruz, Patrick Dempsey, directed by Michael Mann. 'Ferrari,' a Sky Original film, in cinemas from Boxing Day in the UK&I, and available in cinemas around the world throughout December.
This week, Matt Baker is joined by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner for a special Q&A. He discusses Red Bull Christmas party plans, beach run-ins with Daniel Ricciardo and reveals Max Verstappen's biggest secret... of being a Tom Jones fan! Horner also explains how he and rival Toto Wolff created one of the most viral photos in the paddock. Finally, in end-of-season fashion, he makes his New Year resolutions for the team, including hopes for Sergio Perez to improve next season in qualifying.
Matt Baker is joined for the final podcast of the season by Ted Kravitz, Karun Chandhok and Bernie Collins. They discuss Max Verstappen's dominance, which saw the Red Bull driver win his third straight world title. They debate which drivers have impressed them this year and ask how much longer Fernando Alonso will be in Formula One. They also talk about their favourite race of 2023 and the feel-good moment of the season.
Ted Kravitz looks ahead to the final race of the 2023 season from the paddock in Abu Dhabi. He discusses what’s left to fight for in both the drivers and constructors championships, as well as Hamilton's response to Christian Horner's comments about him joining Red Bull.
Matt Baker is joined by Sky Sports’ Craig Slater and Simon Lazenby who give their first-hand experiences and opinions on the dramatic and spectacular Las Vegas Grand Prix. How did it compare to other races on the F1 calendar and did the actual racing deliver? Were Max Verstappen’s pessimistic pre-race comments justified? How did the fans who attended react to the race weekend? Do the schedule and timings need to change in future years?
Ted Kravitz is joined by Craig Slater to review the biggest stories from the paddock ahead of the Las Vegas GP including Max Verstappen's comments criticising the opening ceremony. They question if high speeds, low temperatures and narrow tracks could offer a tricky race and debate who could come out on top this weekend.
Matt Baker is joined by former F1 driver and Sky Sports pundit Karun Chandhok to look ahead to a spectacular race weekend of entertainment under the lights of the Las Vegas Strip. Karun shares what he is excited about the most and gives a unique insight into how the drivers will prepare for the Las Vegas Strip Circuit. He also reveals what challenges the track designers faced when mapping out the track and what he thinks will make the Las Vegas GP a success.
Matt Baker is joined this week by Sky Sports F1's Naomi Schiff and Damon Hill. They discuss why Mercedes is still struggling with the W14 after Toto Wolff believed Brazil was his 'worst weekend in 13 years'. They also debate if Fernando Alonso's thrilling finish in Brazil was his best career drive ever after a masterclass of a defence against Sergio Perez. Finally, they turn their attention to Las Vegas and question could the cold weather throw a spanner in the works?