Join Paul and me as we review the Portuguese Grand Prix. We cover each team and driver as they finished and share our thoughts on the race. We even hand out awards.
"You can't take F1 to America, you have to take America to F1."
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Guys, your podcasts and broadcasting on Youtube are the BEST!! Now..I have a different take on Miami. Portuguese and the French track have a similar feel to me at times, I like them..but I also want to state a couple of reasons I not jumping on the ‘OMGee No!’ anti-Miami/Gardens/Track wagon as yet, and interested in your thoughts. Most F1 tracks started as common roads or circuits the people could be close to or approach, to gain a sense of what these machines can do, and to that end, a street circuit is connected to F1 roots a little more… Read more »
I am all for the Miami Gardens GP, don’t get me wrong. I just worry about how good the track can be built in a car park. I am sure they will do a good job. Fingers crossed.