British GP Review | Podcast Ep 894

Formula 1 Podcast
The Parc Fermé F1 Podcast

Lewis Hamilton wins his ninth British Grand Prix, breaking the record for the most wins in a single race by any driver.

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez continues to struggle, leading to rumors of a potential contract termination. McLaren’s strategy calls for Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri were questionable, with Norris losing out on a win due to tire selection.

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc had another disappointing race, while Carlos Sainz Jr. performed well with the right strategy.

Overall, the race showcased the competitiveness of multiple teams and the importance of strategic decision-making. The British Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton secure a crucial victory for Mercedes, ending their five-race winless streak. The race was filled with strategic decisions and changing weather conditions, providing plenty of excitement.

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00:00 Introduction and Recap
03:18 Lewis Hamilton’s Historic Win
13:03 Struggles for Sergio Perez at Red Bull
27:53 Mixed Results for Ferrari
34:59 Importance of Strategy in a Competitive Race


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Xean Drury

Lucky for Ferrari and Red Bull the track was declared wet by the FIA. Otherwise they wouldn’t have been able to fit Inters on a dry track otherwise XD