Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 60: 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix Review

Welcome to Episode 60 of our Formula 1 podcast, Grid Talk, hosted by George Howson!

In this episode joining George we have sports journalist Dev Tyagi, F1 YouTuber Steph Wentworth, and F1 YouTuber Peter Mujuzi.

After a crazy race at Monza, could lightning strike twice and throw up a surprise under the Tuscan sun? The answer was an emphatic ‘yes’! With crashes, a red flag, and only 12 cars finishing, the Grid Talk team analyse all the big talking points from the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix.

Results: 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix Race Results




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Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast Dream Guest List

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– Toto Wolff

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– Lewis Hamilton

– Jenson Button

– Martin Brundle

– Daniel Ricciardo

– Charlie Martin

– Sir Jackie Stewart

– Murray Walker

– Fernando Alonso

– Roger Penske

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– Guenther Steiner

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– Mika Hakkinen

– Lando Norris

– Pastor Maldonado

– Frank Williams

– Bernie Ecclestone

– Patrick Head

– Gordon Murray

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– Ross Brawn

– Gerhard Burger

– Nicky Grist

– Gary Anderdon

– Jann Mardenbrough

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