Mt. Rushmore of F1 | The Parc Fermé F1 Podcast Ep 767

Join Grace, Paul and me as we discuss the Formula 1 news of the week. We cover track upgrades, sprint races, Zak Brown, Zak Brown and more Zak Brown and even discuss VW, Audi and Porsche. Of course we have Albon’s Cats and Todd’s “No S*%$! Headlines”.

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First off, thanks for always answering my questions with thoughtful and insightful replies. As far as a Mt. Rushmore of F1 goes (I’m going to limit myself to 4, because there are 4 heads on Mt. Rushmore).

Jackie Stewart
Lewis Hamilton
Michael Schumacher
Fernando Alonso

Apologies to Clark, Fangio, Vettel, Senna and Ascari


I would just carve Pastor’s face in a mountain somewhere, but I wanted to leave some for the rest of the guys.


Influenza Covid? Really? I’ve lost 3 friends to Covid, never lost one to the flu.

Last edited 2 years ago by Peter

Okay, I know you suffered and your family too. I hope there no long-term Covid problems (they happen all too often).

jiji the cat

love the headlines segement.

My mt rushmore
1 Fangio
2 Surtees (cmon guys only champ on 2 and 4 wheels)
3 lauda
4 senna
5 schui

Mike Steck

AWESOME Podcast! Once again..I’m sorry, the villagers now know you are not a harmless F1 podcast, you all are famous! Okay, a comment on sprint races…purists will hate me, but I think my solution solves the quandary. More excitement and drawing new fans into the sport on weekends, while NOT jeopardizing machines, cost-caps and points with an anemic race to do just that. Let me explain. My day job is cinematography and capturing story in image, sound and color. Growing up, I was drawn to F1 in the 70’s because of these ultimate machines, the best of the best, fastest… Read more »


Not in any order:
N Lauda
M Schumacher
A Senna
G Villenueve (more for what he represents and is still remembered for)
J Brabham (built and won WDC in his own designed car)