The final JA on F1 podcast of 2012 is a real cracker, with a panel of F1 experts in the studio analysing the key talking points of the F1 season and we also have interviews with World Champion Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Boss Christian Horner.
In the studio we have McLaren Sporting Director Sam Michael, Oliver Weingarten, general secretary of the F1 Teams’ Association, leading F1 journalist Mark Hughes, and F1′s top photographer Darren Heath, who brings some fascinating observations on driving styles from standing trackside, with input from Pirelli’s motorsport boss Paul Hembery and insight into F1 business from Zak Brown, founder of JMI.
- How the World Championship was won, analysis of the performances of the main title contenders..and whether Fernando Alonso is the “Dick Dastardly” of F1
- The two halves of the F1 season; was the sequence of multiple winners in the first half of the season good for the sport? We get a handle on why 2012 happened the way it did.
- The big stories of 2012: Hamilton to Mercedes, Kimi Raikkonen’s triumphant comeback, the Concorde Agreement negotiations.
- Why the racing in 2013 will be even closer than this year.
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1.41 World Champion Sebastian Vettel
3.30 Big lessons of the year
8.29 Red Bull team principal Christian Horner
10.56 Red Bull – champions
15.00 The racing during 2012
22.16 Pirelli’s Paul Hembery on the 2012 season
24.55 Big stories of the year
34.16 Sponsor finder Zak Brown on F1 business in in 2012
37.07 Lewis Hamilton moving to Mercedes
40.42 Engines for 2014
45.04 Thoughts on 2013
Total duration: 47.40
Thanks for listening throughout 2012 and many thanks to our partners UBS for making it possible and for their support throughout this year.
Look out for a Special Podcast on December 24th; “The 12 F1 Questions of Christmas” with readers questions answered by our expert panel.