Join Grace and me as we deliver the show our Patreon supporters created. YEs, our dear friend Paul K. has written our outline and we’ve added a few stories and embellishments to present this week’s show your your listening pleasure. Williams issues? Brexit? Schumacher and Todt? It’s all here.

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Rapierman
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Rapierman

That’s right, Charsley for the Rolex 24 at Daytona, me for NASCAR’s Daytona 500. ;-)

MIE
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MIE

Strictly speaking, shouldn’t we refer to you as PK Jr?

Schumie Toronto
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OMG! I almost spit out my beer when Grace said “Vijay Mallya – livin’ the life!” Good one Grace!

The Late Idi Amin
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The Late Idi Amin

those shoes look like Jorge has blundered into a multiple homicide and now is hearing the police sirens

MIE
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MIE

Regarding which teams have written to Motorsport UK about BREXIT. Ferrari and Toro Rossi are based in Italy racing under an Italian licence; Sauber is in Switzerland racing under a Swiss licence; Red Bull although in the UK races under an Austrian licence; Mercedes although in the UK races under a German licence; Renault although in the UK races under a French licence; Haas has a base in the UK (alongside Italy and USA) but races under a USA licence. That leaves just McLaren, Williams and Racing Point racing under a UK licence (and Force India were previously racing under… Read more »

Tom Firth
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Did Force India ever race under an Indian license? I don’t recall.

Whilst the others race under various licenses, most of them based in Britain as I’m not sure about Haas receive or have received R&D tax credits from HMRC and I think Liberty got a rather sweet deal too I seem to recall reading from a Forbes article.

I know that is not related to them writing to the ASN about Brexit but the government does support F1 teams UK investment in some ways.