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F1 Podcasts

F1 Podcasts

F1 Podcasts See our pick of current commentaries and fascinating interviews. If you are new to F1, we recommend you listen to a few driver interviews and you will indeed find a connection with one that will boost your support levels… 

F1 Nation and Beyond the Grid are two of our favourites. And if you like something a little bit irreverent, we have just tuned into Fast and Loose : F1 with Will Arnet.

F1 Nation

Weekly updates reviewing the last race and previewing the upcoming event. Featuring insights and interviews from within the paddock. And a special feature titled Ask the Nation where listeners ask questions and for the team to answer.

“Formula 1 fans from every nation, welcome to F1 Nation! 1996 World Champion Damon Hill and globe-trotting racing reporters Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham bring you weekly F1 chat with big guests, expert racing insight and behind-the-scenes stories”.

Check it out here

Beyond the Grid

One of the best F1 Podcasts. Weekly interviews with F1 sporting personalities from drivers, to principals, engineers and past personalities. Now in its fourth year, Beyond the Grid has an extensive back catalogue that is a must for getting to know your favourite stars. 

“Formula 1’s fastest stars slow down and open up, sharing untold stories and unrivalled insight. Tom Clarkson brings you revealing, feature-length interviews and amazing anecdotes from F1’s biggest names. Expect superstar drivers, team bosses, tech geniuses and racing legends”.

Check it out here


Fast and Loose : F1 with Will Arnet

“If you’re just watching the race, you’re doing it wrong! Fast & Loose: F1® is where the world of Formula 1 collides with comedian Will Arnett for his hilarious and shockingly insightful commentary immediately following the checkered flag.

After each race, Will is joined by F1 legend Mika Häkkinen and rotating co-hosts, Michelle Beadle, Katie Osborne, and The Kid Mero as they bring you post-race recaps and analysis, dive deep into all of the drama and cat fighting between the teams, chat with the drivers, and take listener calls to answer all of your burning questions, like which driver would make the best roommate? And the worst”.

Check it out here

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INDY NXT by Firestone to launch a new generation of stars

The pathway to North America’s premier open-wheel racing series has a fresh, more youthful and energetic final level: INDY NXT by Firestone. INDY NXT will feature a new generation of global racing talent, competing vigorously for podiums and the opportunity to join the elite ranks of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES.

The presenting sponsor and Official Tire of INDY NXT will be Firestone, also the Official Tire Supplier and longtime partner of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. INDY NXT by Firestone will emphasize talent development, while extending racing’s reach and impact to a younger and emerging consumer audience.

The rebranded racing series, formerly known as Indy Lights, will stage 14 races in 2023, starting March 5 on the Streets of St. Petersburg and competing on a diverse set of ovals, road courses and street circuits.

Read the full article and get the schedule on – here

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Cool F1 Stuff

F1 teams, cars, drivers and race weekends are compelling on their own, but we also get to submerge ourselves in the uber-cool branding, merchandise and imagery. Our Cool F1 Stuff page is where we share links to the stuff we find.

You can access it – here

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F1 TV & Movies

What to watch and where. F1 has great viewing from F1 TV to Movies, Documentaries and YouTube clips. We sorted out the good stuff for you to go straight to…

Use the menu to go straight to our subsection – here

Drive to Survive : Netflix
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About KiwiF1Fan

My dad loved sports, any and all sports. So my first memories of F1 were his mentions of the race results through the heady Schumacker Ferrari days. There wasn’t a lot of coverage then so we would watch the sports news to see the results covered in a few seconds.

Then in 2007, I had the opportunity to host a group of clients at the Melbourne Grand Prix. The entire weekend was an assault on my senses and I was hooked. For me the racing is only a part of the package, the cars are insanely cool, the technology is incredible, and the drivers have talent and skill that is out of this world. You have the personalities of the drivers, the principals and the engineers.

Since my first race in 2007 I have been to Melbourne another 6 times, Singapore twice and Malaysia, Austin and Mexico. My wife and I are planning to go to many more in the coming years… 

If you like what we are doing or are interested in getting involved, please get in touch.


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