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JA on F1 Podcast #2 - Kimi, Lotus, Ferrari drivers and analysis of McLaren's problems

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JA on F1 Podcast #2 - Kimi, Lotus, Ferrari drivers and analysis of McLaren's problems
Mar 29, 2013, 4:54 PM

Welcome to the second JA on F1 podcast, perfectly timed for you to download and enjoy over the Easter Holiday period.

Welcome to the second JA on F1 podcast, perfectly timed for you to download and enjoy over the Easter Holiday period.

In a packed edition we hear from the ever-popular Kimi Raikkonen, winner of the first race of the season, on what he thinks of his fans, what he does on his days off and that infamous radio call to "leave me alone" in Abu Dhabi.

We get the inside track on Lotus's sensational start to the season from to the man behind that famous win in Melbourne, Lotus technical director James Allison. He also explains what it is like to deal with the 2013 Pirelli tyres

We get the thoughts of Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa on what lies ahead in 2013 and Massa explains why he is right back on the pace

JA on F1 Technical adviser and Former Williams chief engineer Mark Gillan explains why McLaren's problems may take some time to fix and gives us an expert opinion on the Red Bull spat as well as analysis of which teams are looking good this year.

And we speak to the man behind F1 in Schools - an engineering challenge endorsed by Bernie Ecclestone and the F1 teams which is now reaching millions of children around the world.

We think this is one of the best podcasts we've done so far, let us know your thoughts.

Listen here or download from Itunes. If you like it please remember to recommend it on ITunes (it helps us a lot!)

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RUNNING ORDER

0.00 Introduction

1.38 Lotus Technical Director James Allison

8.38 Kimi Raikkonen talks about life away from the track

11.55 Former Williams Chief Enginner Mark Gillan on Raikkonen and Lotus

14.04 Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa

19.36 Mark Gillan progress report on F1 teams and drivers

29.05 F1 in Schools founder Andrew Denford

34.00 Wrap up

Duration 34.30

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