Roll up, roll up! Another week and another F1 Courtroom Podcast. This week our host Spanners assembles the panel to address one of TJ13 reader’s questions about engine regulations for next year and how it may impact Honda.
3 car teams rears it horrendous head again and discuss the merits and who will benefit.
But who is this week’s panel I hear you ask…
From the land of beer and fast cars The Fat Hippo graces us with his presence. Also from afar our trumpet master Mattpt55 complains about watches and time zones and closer to the shores of… well joining Spanners on the mud island is Anil Parmar from Formula E Diary.
But wait, that does not conclude the panel. From the choppy waters of the Isle of Wight Matt Somerfield (also known as SomersF1) joins us for this rather technical episode.
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