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The Flying Lap, Episode 27: European GP; James Allen & FOTA Fans' Forum
July 1, 2011
Duration: 1:06:32
Today, in-studio, we are pleased to welcome James Allen to the show. A prolific author, TV presenter and observer of all aspects of F1, James has been an integral part of the sport since the early 1990s. The son of former racing driver, Bill Allen, James is today at the forefront of the FOTA Fans' Forum. After the first Forum launched in Montreal earlier this month, James will monitor the next Forum in Woking, UK, tomorrow on June 30th. In addition, we will also delve into this past weekend's European Grand Prix in Valencia.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 30: James Allison; Germany GP Preview
July 20, 2011
Duration: 1:10:34
James Allison is the Technical Director of Lotus Renault Grand Prix and the recently-appointed head of FOTA's Technical Regulations Group. We will show our interview with James in three 10-minute segments. The son of Air Chief Marshal Sir John Allison, KCB, CBE, a Gulf War veteran and noted test and aerobatic pilot, James graduated in mechanical engineering (aerodynamics) and worked for Benetton F1 during the championship-winning years with Michael Schumacher. Allison's success story continued at Ferrari, where he was a key part of Schumacher's additional championship wins - and then he returned to Renault F1 in 2005, working under Bob Bell in the victorious Fernando Alonso era. In addition, we will discuss the upcoming German GP and which teams and drivers are best suited at the Nürburgring.

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