Welcome to Episode 221 of our Formula 1 podcast, Grid Talk, and another in our Fireside series.
In this Fireside, Tom Horrox discusses the technical updates we have seen to the cars during the 2022 F1 season with Autosport’s Technical Editor – Jake Boxall-Legge.
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