F1 Strategy Report
30 May 2018

With

Michael Lamonato

Michael Lamonato

Laurence Edmondson

Laurence Edmondson

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Episode 6 (2018) – Monaco Grand Prix

Our host Michael Lamonato  is joined by Laurence Edmondson ESPN F1 editor to talk through the details of round 6 of the season. He could’ve been in Apollo 13!

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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

Monaco Grand Prix 2018

30 May 2018

Race 6 – 78 Laps – 3.337km per lap – 260.268km race distance – medium tyre wear

Monaco GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Laurence Edmondson ESPN F1 editor

RICCIARDO CONQUERS MONACO AT SLOWEST POSSIBLE SPEED

Daniel Ricciardo recorded a gutsy win in Monaco despite losing his MGU-K, worth around 120 kilowatts, on lap 18, leaving him more than 20 kilometres per hour down on straight-line speed compared to second-placed Sebastian Vettel. View post

16 May 2018

With

Michael Lamonato

Michael Lamonato

Peter Anderson

Peter Anderson

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Episode 5 (2018) – Spanish Grand Prix

Our host Michael Lamonato isjoined by Peter Anderson from TheRedline.com.au to talk through the details of round 5 of the season. Sebastian broke the mould!

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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

Spanish Grand Prix 2018

16 May 2018

Race 5 – 66 Laps – 4.655km per lap – 307.104km race distance – medium tyre wear

Spanish GP F1 Strategy Report Podcast – our host Michael Lamonato is joined by Peter Anderson from TheRedline.com.au

TRACK POSITION KING IN SPANISH PODIUM FIGHT

Mercedes dealt Ferrari a painful blow at the Spanish Grand Prix by dominating qualifying and the race, but some of the Scuderia’s wounds were self-inflicted. View post

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