Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 36: 2020 Austrian Grand Prix Review
Welcome to Episode 36 of Formula 1 Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!
In this episode joining George we have sports journalist Louis Edwards, F1 expert Alex Booth, and ‘Mr Sam-Bam’ Sam Thatcher.
Was it worth the wait? You bet it was!
The 2020 Austrian Grand Prix had us on the edge of our seats from lights-out to the chequered flag, and has given us plenty of talking points for this episode of the Formula 1 Grid Talk podcast.
In This Episode
[00.35] A comfortable win in Austria for Valtteri Bottas
[02.53] Ferrari still on the podium despite a lack of pace all weekend
[03.37] A maiden F1 podium for Lando Norris at just 20 years of age
[05.14] A weekend of penalties for Lewis Hamilton
[08.56] Carlos Sainz drive made it a great weekend for McLaren
[10.11] Sergio Perez missed a great podium opportunity
[11.46] A strong points finish for Pierre Gasly
[12.55] A commendable 8th place finish for Esteban Ocon in his first race back
[13.57] Handy points for Antonio Giovinazzi on a difficult weekend for Alfa Romeo
[15.07] A horror show for Sebastian Vettel
[17.30] Almost a dream debut for Nicholas Latifi
[22.28] Austria provided a long list of retirements
[29.13] The team give their ‘Driver of the Day’ votes
Download This Episode
Support the Grid Talk Podcast
If you enjoyed this episode of Grid Talk please consider supporting us via Patreon for just $1 a week, so we can get better microphones, cameras, lighting, and maybe a cheeky pint after recording.
You may also like to visit the Grid Talk Podcast store, where we have a range of clothing and homewares featuring some of the most famous Formula 1 driver quotes from over the years – we even have a dedicated Kimi section.
Also make sure you subscribe so you’re the first to know when each new weekly episode is released.
Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List
Our panellists have a dream list of guests that we would love to have on the podcast, and using the ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ concept, we would love to know if you could help connect us to any of the following people, to see if we can get them on the show.
If you know someone who knows someone who knows someone, please reach out via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Toto Wolff
– Nigel Mansell
– Lewis Hamilton
– Jenson Button
– Martin Brundle
– Daniel Ricciardo
– Charlie Martin
– Sir Jackie Stewart
– Murray Walker
– Fernando Alonso
– Roger Penske
– Jason Plato and Matt Neal
– Guenther Steiner
– Kimi Raikkonen
– Mika Hakkinen
– Lando Norris
– Pastor Maldonado
– Frank Williams
– Bernie Ecclestone
– Patrick Head
– Gordon Murray
– Ross Brawn
– Gerhard Burger
– Nicky Grist
– Gary Anderdon
– Jann Mardenbrough