This week’s show features a return to the shed by all rounder and digital law expert, Peter “the Truth” Wright schooling Spanners and the rest in the proper use of the word allegedly and discussing, in detail that Spanners would describe as excruciating, the ins, outs and historical oddities of the complex relationship between EU regulators and F1.
Anil “Nutella” Parmar makes it six in a row and delivers a massive dose of track knowledge about the upcoming race, though his refusal to embrace slow cooking technology may be hurting his chances at a long term contract extension.
Faaattttt Hiiippppoooo! interrupts his genius news writing long enough to once again become the pronunciation meister, this time gently, well OK, maybe not gently, guiding Peter to the correct pronunciation of the Turkish President’s name. Much fun was had by all in the attempt.
No surprise then that Host in Chief Spanners Ready, who readily and openly displays his illiteracy on this weeks show, is joined yet again by raconteur par excellence Mattpt55, who patiently (despite early accusations of grumpiness) listens to Spanners as he goes on and on and on about his feelings regarding the season Finale of Game of Thrones..
This week’s panel looks forward to History as they explore the long journey taken by the Osterreichring (sorry for the missing umlaut Hippo) as well as Spanners valiant attempts to pronounce it. They also discuss points to look for in the upcoming GP, including he rare siting of enforced track limits. Anil and Hippo actually admit to watching LeMans, dirty cheaters (ok it’s possible I watched it too) whilst Trumpets takes a victory lap over his much vaunted Porsche prediction on last week’s Podcast.
Spanners continues his reign of error in the quiz and it’s all to play for as Anil tries to come back from last week’s devastating loss.
The panel (well at least some of them) then turn their attention to weighty legal matters as the Digital lawyer and the Analog Musician attempt to untangle the nuances of the latest EU intervention threats from, well somewhere.
This week’s Things discovers that there was an international sporting competition that wasn’t Motorsports based and carefully considers the intersection of Sport and Politics. Well, maybe not carefully-thank goodness for Peter!
Thanks again to the Jury for providing an excellent stream of comments. Unfortunately we were too busy manscaping to get to them but we’ll do better next time, Jury, we promise. Honest. Join @SpannersReady, @Mattpt55, @FormulaEDiary, @DigitalLawUK and @TheFatHippo13 on Twitter where we sometimes talk about stuff. With Words.
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