Mick Schumacher talks about the scale of the jump from F2® to Formula 1® in his rookie year with the Uralkali Haas F1® Team, how he's keeping his competitive fires burning in a backmarker team, growing up in the spotlight because of his father Michael and his thoughts on the 'Schumacher' Netflix documentary, while we review Sunday's Russian Grand Prix won by Lewis Hamilton.
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Episode 87: Dr Ian Roberts & Alan van der Merwe
34:32As part of National Safe Work Month in Australia, FIA Formula 1® Medical Rescue Co-ordinator Dr Ian Roberts and FIA Formula 1® Medical Car Driver Alan van der Merwe discuss their differing paths to their roles, the biggest safety advances in F1® and how they helped Romain Grosjean survive his dramatic crash in Bahrain last year, while we review Sunday's US Grand Prix won by Max Verstappen.
Episode 86: Kevin Schwantz
20:37American 1993 500cc World Champion Kevin Schwantz returns to In the Fast Lane to talk about the 2021 season, Valentino Rossi's impact on MotoGP™ over the past 25 years, and predict five young riders who have the potential to win a MotoGP™ title in the next five seasons.
Episode 85: Romain Grosjean
21:08Romain Grosjean discusses the highs of his 10-year F1® career, his most successful season for Lotus in 2013, his incredible sixth place on debut for Haas in Australia in 2016, his recovery from the dramatic fireball crash in Bahrain last year, and his switch to IndyCar and oval racing as a 35-year-old 'rookie'.
Episode 84: Mick Doohan
22:33Five-time 500cc world champion Mick Doohan returns to In the Fast Lane to assess the 2021 season, discuss whether Marc Marquez can get back to his championship-winning ways, and look at the season of Jack Miller in MotoGP™ along with Remy Gardner's Moto2™ title quest.
Episode 83: Bernd Mayländer
37:58As part of Australia's National Safe Work Month, FIA Formula 1® Safety Car Driver Bernd Mayländer joins us to reflect on two decades at the front of the F1® field, consider how safety has improved since 2000, remember the most difficult weather conditions he's driven in and discusses the pressure of pushing hard while leading a pack of F1® cars, while we review Sunday's Turkish Grand Prix won by Valtteri Bottas.
Episode 82: Sam Lowes
29:49Moto2™ race-winner Sam Lowes joins us to talk about this year's world championship, where Aprilia has improved since his time there in MotoGP™ in 2017, the rise of Remy Gardner and the records being set by Gardner's 20-year-old teammate Raul Fernandez, while we wrap up last Sunday's return of the Grand Prix of the Americas and a typical Marc Marquez masterclass in Texas.
Episode 81: Karun Chandhok
30:22Former F1® racer and Sky Sports commentator Karun Chandhok analyses the seven-race showdown for the championship between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, discusses the escalating tension between Mercedes and Red Bull, has his say on the future prospects of F2® series leader Oscar Piastri, and considers whether Daniel Ricciardo has turned the corner at McLaren.
Episode 80: Joel Kelso
15:42Darwin 18-year-old Joel Kelso joins us to talk about becoming the third Australian in the MotoGP™ World Championship next season when he rides in Moto3™ for the CIP Green Power team, reflect on his journey from the Northern Territory to Italy and Spain, discuss his call-up to Moto3™ in Germany and the Netherlands earlier this year, and recap his race-winning season in the Moto3™ class of the CEV Junior World Championship.
Episode 79: Mick Schumacher
24:56Mick Schumacher talks about the scale of the jump from F2® to Formula 1® in his rookie year with the Uralkali Haas F1® Team, how he's keeping his competitive fires burning in a backmarker team, growing up in the spotlight because of his father Michael and his thoughts on the 'Schumacher' Netflix documentary, while we review Sunday's Russian Grand Prix won by Lewis Hamilton.
Episode 78: Johann Zarco
29:19Pramac Racing's Johann Zarco talks about his strongest MotoGP™ season to date for Ducati, the impact of Aki Ajo on his Moto2™ titles, the similarities he sees between his own career and Remy Gardner's, his decision to walk away from KTM and the French revolution in MotoGP™ spearheaded by Fabio Quartararo, while we review last Sunday's race at Misano won by Pecco Bagnaia.