Spanish GP Review | Podcast Ep 892

Formula 1 Podcast
The Parc Fermé F1 Podcast

Todd and Paul discuss the the Spanish Grand Prix. They analyze the performance of different teams and drivers, including Red Bull, McLaren, and Mercedes. They highlight the strategic decisions made by the teams and the impact of tire management on the race.

They also discuss the development arcs of the teams and the importance of driver skill in maximizing the performance of the car. Overall, they express excitement for the competitive season ahead.

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Chapters

00:00 Introduction and Recap of the Glen Race
04:02 Discussion on the Spanish Grand Prix
12:53 Analysis of Red Bull’s Victory and McLaren’s Performance
25:20 George Russell’s Performance and Team Dynamics
27:43 Lewis Hamilton’s Podium Finish and Rumors
30:01 Struggles for Ferrari and Aston Martin
39:59 Challenges Faced by Williams and Alfa Romeo
50:01 Preview of the Austrian Grand Prix

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Peter

Hey, come on, we know why they kept Sergio. First he can drive and score points. Second he brings Mexican money to the team and third, Verstappen knows he’s got a side-kick who will do what he’s told to assist Max. Thing qualifying and the tow Sergio had to do, thereby dropping his qualifying.

Paul Charsley

Well I thinking Sergio got on his top form he wouldn’t be used as a patsy, but right now this is the role they are going to give him

Fabio

Are we that surprised that AM isn’t developing that well? Just look at last year and how their development in the second half of the year sucked.
What I am surprised about, is how little attention Leclerc and Stroll’s antics in FP3 got. Remember a few years back when Vettel bumped into Hamilton at Baku and everyone lost their minds, now, that kind of thing barely makes social media.