Welcome to the JA on F1 podcast for November, brought to you by UBS.
This month we have something a bit special. We went to Paris to quiz FIA president Jean Todt on the key subjects of the moment in F1 – the new higher team entry fees, 2014 engines and whether Bernie Ecclestone will have more of a say in making the F1 rules in future,
And we have a behind-the-scenes special with the Williams F1 team. Bruno Senna evaluates his season, while Pastor Maldonado gives us an insight into where he finds his stunning qualifying speed and talks about his many brushes with the stewards this season.
And we meet Toto Wolff, an increasingly influential figure at Williams and Sir Frank’s understudy these days. He tells us his thinking about Williams’ current deliberations on drivers for next year and explains why he thinks the new 2014 engines are a mistake.
And we have a special prize – a goody bag from the Williams Partner Day at Silverstone, which has a genuine Williams gear ratio, a limited edition cartoon model of Nigel Mansell, a Williams cap, pen, notepad and photos.
To win this prize all you have to do is answer this question, by email to email@example.com. (NB- do not put it in comments section below)
“In the Toto Wolff interview, what year does he say that Colin Kolles introduced him to Frank Williams?”
A winner will be picked at random on Friday at 12 noon UK time.
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JA on F1 Podcast #9
1.27 FIA President Jean Todt, Part 1 – on new team entry fees
7.04 Williams F1 driver Bruno Senna
10.56 Suzi Wolff on women driving in F1
15.14 Toto Wolff on Williams’ drivers in 2013 and his vision for Williams
23.04 Williams driver Pastor Maldonado on where he finds his speed
27.24 FIA President Jean Todt, Part 2
30.37 Wrap up this edition
Total duration: 31.08