Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 87: The Best Drives Of 2020

Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 87: The Best Drives Of 2020

Welcome to Episode 87 of our Formula 1 podcast, Grid Talk, hosted by Ruby Price!

In this episode joining Ruby we have sports journalist Louis Edwards, engineering student Owain Medford, and co-host of The Monkeyseat Podcast, Tom Horrox.

We saw some astonishing drives during the 2020 FORMULA 1 season, such as Daniel Ricciardo’s first podium for Renault, Pierre Gasly’s first ever race win, and Lewis Hamilton winning a race with three wheels.

But where does each one rank in the best drives of 2020?

Today the Grid Talk crew count them down and settle the argument!

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