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The Flying Lap, Episode 40: Japanese GP Debrief; Korean GP Preview
October 12, 2011
Duration: 1:07:12
In Ep 40 of The Flying Lap this week we'll be covering a lot of ground as we look back at the Japanese GP and ahead to Korea with two F1 experts from very different parts of the world. Live from Melbourne, Australia, where he will have just stepped off the flight from Nagoya, the highly-acclaimed Australian journalist, Matthew Clayton, will be giving us his personal view of events in Suzuka. Matt has worked for the Australian Grand Prix Corporation for several years, is close to Mark Webber and happens also to be a tennis and cricket writer/author in his spare time. Then, live from the SpeedTV studios in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sean Kelly will be looking back, as a statistician, at the achievements of the 2010/11 World Champion, Sebastian Vettel, and his formidable Red Bull Racing team. A closet Aussie V8 fan, we're sure Sean will also have something to say about the Bathurst race that took place just before (and into, time-wise!) the Japanese GP. As a special bonus, we will also be meeting Al Gibson at the ArtLondon Fair, where recently he exhibted his amazing, F1-inspired carbon sculptures. Chief Mechanic at BAR-Honda when Jenson Button won his first F1 race, Al also has plenty to say about Jenson's most recent of Grand Prix victories.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 85: Japanese GP Preview
October 4, 2012
Duration: 1:17:26
How will Lewis Hamilton's driving compare with that of Nico Rosberg at Mercedes Grand Prix next year? And how will Mexico's Sergio Perez stack up against the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes incumbent, Jenson Button in 2013? In the week following the news that shook the F1 world, we analyse with our resident expert, Rob Wilson, the relevant driving styles and attributes of all the key players in the recent shake-up. Recognized widely as the world's pre-eminent race driver coach, and with a client lists that includes a currently-active former World Champion and four F1 race winners, Rob will be analysing the recent driver shake-up from all angles. WilliamsF1's lucid Strategy Engineer, Mark Barnett, will be talking us through the idiosyncrasies of John Hugenholtz's amazing Suzuka Circuit in Japan; and we'll be checking-in to a Nagoya hotel with the up-front Australian journalist and "Keeping Track" podcast host, Matt Clayton.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 86: Japanese GP Debrief; Korean GP Preview
October 11, 2012
Duration: 1:08:36
Why were McLaren strangely off the pace in Japan? Can LotusF1 make the big breakthrough? And - probably most important of all - can Ferrari squeeze a little bit of extra pace from the F2012 and thus keep Fernando Alonso on top of the World Drivers' Championship? All these questions and more will be answered by our special guest this week - the inimitable Craig Scarborough, fresh from his recent trip to the Singapore GP and brimful of all the latest technical developments and trends. Craig will be joining me live in the studio as we go through the F1 teams in detail - pausing regularly, of course, to take viewers' questions. We'll also be featuring our regular pre-race analysis from WilliamsF1's Strategy Engineer, Mark Barnett. Fresh from two reliable runs in Japan, and a points finish for Pastor Maldonado, Mark will be talking us through the very different circuit characteristics in Korea.

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Article Index

DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
October 10, 2004Schumacher Wins Japanese Grand PrixVOA Sports
October 7, 2005F1: Zonta Posts Second Fastest Practice Time in JapanVOA Sports
October 9, 2005Gran Premio del Giappone 2005Wikinotizie
October 7, 2006All Ferrari front row for 2006 Japanese Grand PrixWikinews
October 8, 2006Alonso Wins Japanese Grand PrixVOA Sports
October 8, 2006Fernando Alonso wins 2006 Japanese Grand PrixWikinews
September 30, 2007Hamilton Wins Japanese Grand PrixVOA Sports
September 30, 2007Lewis Hamilton wins 2007 Japanese Grand PrixWikinews
October 12, 2008Fernando Alonso vence en el Gran Premio de JapĆ³nWikinoticias
October 12, 2008Fernando Alonso wins 2008 Japanese Grand PrixWikinews
October 4, 2009Sebastian Vettel wins 2009 Japanese Grand PrixWikinews
October 10, 2010Sebastian Vettel wins 2010 Japanese Grand PrixWikinews
October 10, 2010Vettel Wins Japanese Grand PrixVOA Breaking News
October 12, 2013Lewis Hamilton Scoops His Nuts Then Shakes Vettel's HandMatt Hubbard




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