Episode 199 – Race 1000 Putting The “M” in HmmmmmM

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It wasn’t a thriller was it? The massively hyped up 1000th race in the F1 World Championship (we’ll get to the other 1000th races soon enough) turned out to be a bit of a walkover for the silver cars again after Ferrari seemed to get a few things wrong (I’m sure we’ve said that about a few other races as well)

This week on the podcast we look back at the Chinese Grand Prix which gave Mercedes their 3rd 1-2 finish out of 3 this season and you have to wonder is anyone going to be able to stop them. Not because they have the best car (they probably do) but there isn’t another team on the grid capable of bringing a fight to them.

As always we go through the race team by team and take a look at who go things right, who got things wrong and who were totally anonymous in the process. Normally we would say that there’s the latest news as well, but there’s not a great deal of it this week, but we have got the usual features like a new Formula Lee challenge (Bakuin the dry in a Force India) a Who’s A Total Shunt and our usual tangents. Also don’t forget to sign up for our league in the official Fantasy F1 game and we’ve got our own predictions league running too that you can take part in.

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