F1 Strategy Report
17 Apr 2018

With

Michael Lamonato

Michael Lamonato

Rodney Gordon

Rodney Gordon

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Episode 3 (2018) – Chinese Grand Prix

Our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Rodney Gordon from Superlicense F1 Podcast to talk through the details of round 3 of the season. Still no Mercedes win?

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For full written report about the strategy plays in this race, and detailed data (including all the stints and tyre choices) click here. All of our previous F1 Strategy Report Podcasts are here. View post

Chinese Grand Prix 2018

17 Apr 2018

Race 3 -56 Laps – 5.451km per lap – 305.066km race distance – medium tyre wear

Chinese GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Rodney Gordon from Superlicense F1 Podcast

RICCIARDO PUTS ON OVERTAKING MASTERCLASS AFTER RBR STRATEGIC MASTERSTROKE

Daniel Ricciardo took his sixth career victory in what became an action-packed Chinese Grand Prix for the Australian after a mid-race safety car gave him the opportunity to switch to new tyres. View post

10 Apr 2018

With

Michael Lamonato

Michael Lamonato

Jack Nicholls

Jack Nicholls

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Episode 2 (2018) – Bahrain Grand Prix

Our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Jack Nicholls from the BBC F1 to talk through the details of round 2 of the season. Should Ferrari consider itself lucky again?

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For full written report about the strategy plays in this race, and detailed data (including all the stints and tyre choices) click here. All of our previous F1 Strategy Report Podcasts are here. View post

Bahrain Grand Prix 2018

10 Apr 2018

Race 2 -57 Laps – 5.412km per lap – 308.238km race distance – medium tyre wear

Bahrain GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Jack Nicholls from the BBC F1.

DUEL IN THE DESERT: VETTEL BEATS MERCEDES IN THRILLING BAHRAIN GP

Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel openly admitted that luck played a significant part in delivering victory at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but in Bahrain only grit and driving nous got the Scuderia over the line against championship rival Mercedes. View post

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