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Everything you need to know from the fascinating world of MotoGP racing, with host Toby Moody, The-Race.com's MotoGP correspondent Simon Patterson and deputy editor Valentin Khorounzhiy, plus special guests. We'll be talking about all the races, the big storylines, and taking the occasional trip back into the sport's rich history as well. Join us for the ride!
 
Get the inside track on all things Formula E with host Andrew van de Burgt and The-Race.com's Formula E journalist Sam Smith. Andrew and Sam regularly get together to discuss all the action on and off-track from each Formula E round, with special guests helping them lift the lid on the series that is bursting with top manufacturers and professional drivers
 
Journalist Edd Straw and former F1 technical director and car designer Gary Anderson are here to guide listeners through the wonderful world of Formula 1 technology. With the help of special guests they’ll discuss and explain everything from how F1 cars are engineered to go faster, to the science behind cutting-edge aerodynamics and the complexities of engine development. They’ll also discuss the latest design trends shaping the 2022 grid, speak to some of the famous names behind classic F1 ...
 
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This week’s episode of The Race IndyCar Podcast introduces some of the stars of tomorrow, featuring interviews with the drivers that will benefit from around $1.5 million in scholarship money in 2023. With three tiers that award money to step up to the next series, there's a lot on the line for these drivers and regular host Jack Benyon is joined b…
 
Scott Mitchell-Malm and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to review the Singapore Grand Prix and explain the penalty that threatened Sergio Perez's wins, the mistakes made by Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen and whether this was another big opportunity missed for Ferrari. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. T…
 
Scott Mitchell-Malm and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw in Singapore to discuss the bombshell news about two teams - one believed to be Red Bull - expected to be found to have breached cost cap regulations. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Follow The Race on Instagram,…
 
We're finishing the series with something new: a top 10 debate! Our first topic is about the best cars of the V10 era. Host Glenn Freeman and guests Edd Straw, Matt Beer and Ben Anderson all ranked every drivers' championship-winning car in F1 from 1989-2005, and our four lists were combined to create an overall ranking, which leaves plenty of room…
 
Mark Hughes joins Edd Straw to discuss Zhou Guanyu's new deal with Alfa Romeo for 2023. The duo analyse the Chinese driver's rookie season so far, and explain why he's deserving of keeping his seat alongside Valtteri Bottas for another year. They also dig into Alfa Romeo's performance slide since the start of the season, how the team might address …
 
A potentially pivotal weekend in the MotoGP title race is discussed in the latest edition of The Race MotoGP Podcast. Host Toby Moody is joined by Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy for a Japanese GP debrief and an assessment of the last-lap Pecco Bagnaia crash that has allowed a struggling Fabio Quartararo to nearly double his points lead. T…
 
Scott Mitchell-Malm and Glenn Freeman join Edd Straw to evaluate Mick Schumacher's Formula 1 career to date and assess his chances of staying on the grid next year. Does he deserve to race on in F1 in 2023 and what does he need to prove over the remaining races of this season? This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridR…
 
With Yuki Tsunoda's 2023 AlphaTauri F1 deal confirmed, Mark Hughes and Valentin Khorounzhiy join Edd Straw to discuss his strengths and weaknesses, the state of the Red Bull junior programme, the identity of his likely team-mate and why it was inevitable Red Bull re-signed him. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the Grid…
 
In a feature length season review episode The Race’s Andrew van de Burgt and Sam Smith and are joined by double DTM champion and now Mercedes EQ team manager Gary Paffett. The victorious season for Mercedes and Stoffel Vandoorne gets the deep dive treatment as does the German manufacturers legacy in Formula E after leaving the all-electric series o…
 
For the penultimate episode of the series we're taking your questions about the V10 era. Host Glenn Freeman is joined by an expanded line-up, as Mark Hughes, Gary Anderson and Karun Chandhok all join the show to tackle subjects including Giancarlo Fisichella vs Fernando Alonso, Ralf Schumacher's true level, if Ford's F1 effort was worse than Toyota…
 
The Race’s now traditional top 10 driver rankings returns on this week’s The Race IndyCar Podcast with Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand. The format is simple: Jack and JR independently rank their top 10 drivers of the season and then the two rankings are averaged out to create the ultimate top 10. They discuss the reasoning behind where they’ve placed…
 
Francesco Bagnaia took another 20 points out of Fabio Quartararo's championship lead at Aragon - but should it have been 25? The Race MotoGP Podcast's latest episode centres around Ducati's decision to allow Enea Bastianini to fight, and ultimately defeat, Bagnaia for victory at the Spanish venue. Host Toby Moody is joined by Valentin Khorounzhiy a…
 
Daniel Ricciardo has the best CV of any driver on the F1 market, yet there’s a chance he won’t be on the grid next year. Claire Cottingham and Ben Anderson join Edd Straw to run through Ricciardo’s options - including the idea of a reserve driver role - and debate what he should or should not do. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here t…
 
Alpine has its sights on Pierre Gasly, but might not get him, and has a lengthy shortlist for potential alternatives as it seeks to fill its vacant drive for 2023. Ben Anderson and Scott Mitchell-Malm join Edd Straw to run through the candidates and who will run in the upcoming Hungaroring test in a 2021 Alpine - and give their verdict on who Alpin…
 
Rubens Barrichello claimed an emotional first F1 victory with an inspired decision to stay out on slick tyres as rain fell in the closing stages of the 2000 German Grand Prix. Edd Straw and Ben Anderson join host Glenn Freeman to look back at how Barrichello upset the odds to win from 18th on the grid, in a race famous for the track invader who was…
 
Less than 24 hours after sealing his second IndyCar Series title, Will Power sat down with The Race IndyCar Podcast to discuss his phenomenal 2022 in an exclusive interview. Co-hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand delve into a multitude of topics with a relaxed and talkative Power, including on his new mental approach for 2022 which he is keen to gu…
 
A potentially pivotal mid-season test at Misano takes centre stage in the newest episode of The Race MotoGP Podcast. Toby Moody, Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy discuss Marc Marquez's two-day return to action on a Honda MotoGP bike, as well as the ramifications of the apparent top speed improvement made by Yamaha with its 2023 prototype. T…
 
Will Power won the IndyCar championship in a five-driver shootout at the season finale at Laguna Seca, triggering a busy week for The Race IndyCar Podcast. Later this week Power is scheduled to appear as a special guest on the show, so co-hosts JR Hildebrand and Jack Benyon used this episode to break down the events of the championship decider itse…
 
The FIA's failure to get the race restarted after a late safety car and Ferrari's strategy were the big talking points from the Italian Grand Prix. Scott Mitchell-Malm and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to explain what could have been done better and how Leclerc and Ferrari's early lead turned into another defeat to Red Bull's Max Verstappen - as well …
 
Scott Mitchell-Malm joins Edd Straw to explain Porsche's announcement that it would not be proceeding with its planned Red Bull partnership, and the real reasons behind the failure of this potentially great F1 alliance to come together. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click …
 
Jean Alesi claimed his first - and only - F1 win on an emotional day at the 1995 Canadian Grand Prix, driving a Ferrari with the number 27 made famous by Gilles Villeneuve, on the circuit named after the great Canadian. Sam Smith and self-confessed Alesi fanatic Jonathan Reynolds join host Glenn Freeman to revisit that June weekend in 1995, includi…
 
Scott Mitchell-Malm joins Edd Straw to discuss Pierre Gasly's likely move to Alpine and whether it's the right choice, and make the case for Colton Herta getting his F1 shot with AlphaTauri - not to mention the controversial question of how he will get his superlicence... This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival …
 
It’s a busy episode for The Race IndyCar Podcast which has the Portland race to review, a look ahead at the Laguna Seca season finale and one of its drivers edging closer to an F1 chance to consider. Hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand look back on a less eventful than expected Portland race, running out of superlatives for touring car convert Scot…
 
A fourth consecutive win for Francesco Bagnaia to further close up the 2022 title battle is the main subject of the post-Misano episode of The Race MotoGP Podcast. But how worried should Quartararo be - and did Ducati actually not make it easy enough for Bagnaia? Host Toby Moody is joined by Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy to hash out the …
 
Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell-Malm join Edd Straw to delve into Yuki Tsunoda's seemingly conveniently-timed stoppage and Lewis Hamilton's strategy gripes on a day when Max Verstappen gave the home crowd what they wanted in the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join T…
 
We explain how Alpine got it so wrong with its Oscar Piastri deal in the latest edition of The Race F1 Podcast. Scott Mitchell-Malm joins Edd Straw to discuss the Contract Recognition Board ruling that Piastri had a valid contract to race for McLaren in 2023 and '24 and not Alpine, which was the big talking point in the Dutch Grand Prix paddock on …
 
Mika Hakkinen made the first of two high-profile errors in Italy in 1999 at that year's San Marino Grand Prix at Imola, when he crashed out of a comfortable lead exiting the final corner early in the race. To make matters worse for McLaren, Michael Schumacher then went on to defeat the second McLaren of David Coulthard, who fumed about his treatmen…
 
We've got something a little different for you on this week's episode of The Race IndyCar Podcast, as hosts Jack Benyon and JR Hildebrand are joined by former F1 and CART ace Mark Blundell to reminisce on one of the all-time great open-wheel races in North America: The 1997 Grand Prix of Portland. Long-term fans might remember that Blundell won tha…
 
Ducati completing its MotoGP works line-up for 2023 and other silly season developments are the topic of conversation in the latest edition of The Race MotoGP Podcast. Host Toby Moody is joined by Valentin Khorounzhiy and Simon Patterson to talk about Enea Bastianini getting the nod over Jorge Martin to replace Jack Miller at the factory Ducati tea…
 
Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell-Malm join Edd Straw to look back at a Belgian Grand Prix in which reigning champion Max Verstappen asserted his dominance once more. But why was Red Bull - and Verstappen in particular - so much better than anyone else? Our hosting trio answer that question, as well as casting an eye over the performances of the rest …
 
Audi has finally confirmed it will come into Formula 1, but has it set too ambitious a timeline to be successful? That's one of the questions we ask in another edition of The Race F1 Podcast, recorded on the day Audi made its F1 plans official at Spa. Scott Mitchell-Malm joins Edd Straw to question their very public expectations to be successful wi…
 
Bring Back V10s heads into the V8 era to revisit the most recent win for Williams, taken in the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix when the unforgettable Pastor Maldonado defeated home hero Fernando Alonso for victory. Edd Straw and Karun Chandhok join host Glenn Freeman to look back on a race that came during the eventful start to the 2012 season, which woul…
 
It's official! Ricciardo is out of McLaren for 2023 after an agreement was reached to terminate his contract. Scott Mitchell-Malm joins Edd Straw to explain what went wrong, why and what lies in the future for Ricciardo. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race league, click here. Follow The…
 
Ben Anderson and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to look ahead to resumption of F1 hostilities in the Belgian Grand Prix at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps. Coming into round 14 of the season, Red Bull's Max Verstappen leads Ferrari's Charles Leclerc by 80 points - but who has the better chance of victory in this weekend's race? And how will the mid-sea…
 
This week's episode of The Race IndyCar Podcast features a chat with rookie sensation David Malukas, fresh off the back of his barnstorming run to second place at Gateway. The Dale Coyne Racing driver shares his thoughts on his incredible last stint, what it was like to be on the podium with Josef Newgarden as a fan of IndyCar, and the effects of b…
 
Francesco Bagnaia's win in the Austrian GP was his third in a row - but did it do anything to make the success of Fabio Quartararo's title defence less likely? That is the central topic of the post-Red Bull Ring edition of The Race MotoGP Podcast, with host Toby Moody back and joined by Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy. The crew discuss the…
 
Special guest Erik van Haren joins Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell to delve into all things Max Verstappen, the Dutch journalist offering his views on Verstappen's many strengths and few weaknesses and asking where he stands among F1's legendary drivers. This podcast is sponsored by GridRival. Click here to download the GridRival app. To join The Race…
 
MotoGP's all-new sprint race format, to be used at every weekend of the 2023 season, is discussed in a special episode of The Race MotoGP Podcast. The Race's MotoGP writers Valentin Khorounzhiy and Simon Patterson give their takes on the shock news and their opinions on sprint races. They also talk about the known specifics of the format and how it…
 
Jaguar appeared to have struck gold in the summer of 2001 when it announced it had snapped up design genius Adrian Newey from McLaren. But just 13 days later, its hopes of getting one of F1's greatest ever technical minds were over. Edd Straw and former Jaguar Racing website Editor Andrew Van de Burgt revisit an incredible fortnight in the F1 news …
 
The Race Formula E podcast welcomes newly crowned ABB FIA Formula E World Champion Stoffel Vandoorne as he savours a hard-earned title sealed in Seoul last weekend. The Mercedes EQ driver gives an extensive appraisal of how he achieved his first title since his 2016 GP2 triumph and how he soaked up the pressure to beat a feisty challenge from Mitch…
 
The two contenders for the vacant Ducati 2023 MotoGP ride, Enea Bastianini and Jorge Martin, are refusing to make the decision at all simple for the Bologna factory. In the pre-Red Bull Ring of The Race MotoGP Podcast, host Toby Moody is joined by Simon Patterson and Valentin Khorounzhiy to discuss the dilemma facing Ducati, and why Bastianini and …
 
With Colton Herta, Pato O'Ward and Alex Palou all either already participating in F1 test running, or due to do so, we ask which is best-equipped to make the leap and how difficult the challenge of jumping from IndyCar to F1 really is. Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell are joined by special guest JR Hildebrand, on loan from The Race IndyCar Podcast, who…
 
Nigel Mansell's unbeaten start to the 1992 F1 season came to an end in dramatic fashion as he narrowly lost out to Ayrton Senna on the streets of Monte Carlo. Mark Hughes and Sam Smith join host Glenn Freeman to look back at a memorable weekend in Monaco, and all the other major topics in F1 at that time. As well as Mansell's heartbreak, we delve i…
 
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