Terry and Kevin admit that sometimes getting what you wish for doesn’t leave the best taste in the mouth as in a fortnight they get to meet two Formula One drivers, see an exclusive screening of the Senna film, sit in a room with Jackie Stewart, be official F1 press and watch a race with lots of overtaking and yet feel a bit depressed about it all.
The best non calamity dry race in F1 history?
Terry and Kevin discuss Terry’s hatred for Nico Rosberg, lying on twitter, Webber’s hard tyre weekend, them man who holds bog roll for McLaren, the demise of Williams and the new Where’s Webby (TM) franchise
The second race is reviewed with its DRS and KERS and pirelli terrs. Kevin and Terry get stuck into the stewards, Red Bulls super secret codes, a Schumacher tattoo, Terry’s bad back, Petrov’s trip to the moon, and a new name for Team Lotus.
Kevin goes as Harry Flatters on a dual carriageway and Terry weaves so much he could make a basket. http://www.anotherf1podcast.com/2011/04/13/2011-04-malaysian-grand-prix/
Another F1 Podcast with their take on the 2011 Formula One Australian Grand Prix.
The season has been delayed but it’s here at last.
Karun Chandok has an embarrassing start to his Lotus career, DRS and KERS underwhelm, the tyres are sticky, Vettel has become precocious, Mark Webber has broken his stomach, Hamilton broke his car, Button broke the rules, Vitaly Petrov impressed and Nick Heidfeld takes part in a moving tribute.
The BBC make Terry and Kevin’s job harder as the lack of Legard means less to criticise (aside from Eddie Jordan’s poetry) as they take you through the best and worst of the Australian Grand Prix 2011