Daniel Ricciardo joins us to rank the 10 best Formula 1® drivers of 2020, reflects on the end of his two-year stint at Renault, looks ahead to joining McLaren for 2021, and answers questions from our listeners.
Three-time F1® race-winner and Sky Sports TV analyst Johnny Herbert joins us to break down Sergio Perez’s maiden win at a dramatic Sakhir GP, discusses George Russell’s starring role as Lewis Hamilton’s stand-in, and talks about the F1® prospects of Mick Schumacher after his F2® title win last weekend.
Australia’s 1980 Formula 1® World Champion Alan Jones joins us to reminisce on his title-winning days at Williams, discusses Lewis Hamilton’s hunger and Daniel Ricciardo’s move from Renault, while we wrap up a dramatic Bahrain GP and Romain Grosjean’s great escape with Formula 1® journalist and podcast host, Tom Clarkson.
Episode 21 presented by spokes.com.au features MotoGP™ race-winner and Fox Sports TV analyst Chris Vermeulen as he joins us to wrap up the 2020 season, debate who should make and miss out on the top 10 riders of the year, and look ahead to 2021.
Episode 20 presented by spokes.com.au features Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2016 winner Cal Crutchlow as he joins us to reflect on the final races of his 10-year MotoGP™ career, what makes Marc Marquez the sport’s standout rider, Jack Miller’s future world championship chances and the fondest memories of his podiums at Phillip Island.
Racing Point CEO and team principal Otmar Szafnauer discusses his team’s impressive season and the impact Sebastian Vettel will have on Aston Martin in 2021, and we consider Lewis Hamilton’s short and long-term future with the BBC’s chief F1® writer, Andrew Benson.
Episode 18 presented by spokes.com.au features Suzuki’s MotoGP™ World Championship leader Joan Mir, as he joins us to talk about his title chances and why this season has been so unpredictable, while we preview the final three races of 2020 with MotoGP™ pit lane TV reporter, Simon Crafar.
Felipe Massa remembers his days as Michael Schumacher’s teammate at Ferrari, compares Schumacher with Lewis Hamilton after Hamilton broke Schumacher’s F1® win record in Portugal, and recalls his title near-miss at home in the unforgettable 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Episode 16 presented by spokes.com.au features American 1993 500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz joins us to wrap up Alex Rins’ win for Suzuki at the Aragon GP, the impact Marc Marquez’s absence has had on the 2020 title contenders and which first-time MotoGP™ winner has impressed him most this season.
AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly discusses his incredible maiden F1® victory at Monza, the emotion of becoming the first French winner for 24 years and his feelings on Honda’s exit, while we review the Eifel Grand Prix with Edd Straw from the-race.com.
Sir Jackie Stewart, three-time world champion and one of the most respected names in F1® history, joins us to discuss whether Lewis Hamilton is the best driver of all time, the biggest influences on his post-driving career and his ‘Memories’ podcast for Race Against Dementia.
In the Fast Lane Episode 13 is presented by leading cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, commemorating the 10-year anniversary of its partnership with Scuderia Ferrari.
Brazil’s 11-time Grand Prix winner Rubens Barrichello joins us to reminisce on the glory days at Ferrari partnering Michael Schumacher in the early 2000s, being a key player in Brawn GP’s fairytale rise to championship glory in 2009, and still racing today at the age of 48.
Episode 12 presented by spokes.com.au features South Africa’s rookie sensation Brad Binder, who discusses winning just his third MotoGP™ race, how KTM has become a force to be reckoned with and what it’s like racing against Valentino Rossi, while we analyse Sunday’s race at Misano and the unpredictable 2020 season with the doyen of MotoGP™ TV commentators, Nick Harris.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown discusses the resurgence of one of the most famous teams in Formula 1® and how he convinced Daniel Ricciardo to switch from Renault for next season, while we review a manic first visit for F1® to the famed Mugello Circuit last weekend.
Two-time MotoGP™ World Champion Casey Stoner joins us to offer his thoughts on an unpredictable season to date, Valentino Rossi’s future at age 41, Jack Miller’s move to the factory Ducati outfit for 2021, and what Marc Marquez’s absence means for this year’s championship.
Former F1® driver, World Endurance Championship racer and Sky Sports analyst Paul Di Resta joins us to discuss a crushing win in Belgium for Lewis Hamilton, how Ferrari can recover from a horrendous weekend at Spa, and why Daniel Ricciardo might be the biggest winner in the driver market shuffle for 2021.
Five-time 500cc Motorcycle World Champion Mick Doohan joins us to discuss crashes, contract controversy and Jack Miller’s first podium of 2020 at the Austrian Grand Prix, while we review all of the talking points on and off track from a dramatic weekend at the Red Bull Ring.