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Best The Race Media Ltd podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best The Race Media Ltd podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
2019 Audio News and Interviews from the British Automobile Racing Club / BARC First formed in 1912 as The Cyclecar Club, today the British Automobile Racing Club organises races at almost every venue in Britain, including meetings at Anglesey, Brands Hatch, Cadwell Park, Castle Combe, Croft, Donington Park, Knockhill, Lydden Hill, Oulton Park, Pembrey, Rockingham, Silverstone, Snetterton, and of course the BARC’s home circuit, Thruxton.
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and ...
 
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Andrea Dovizioso's broken collarbone just weeks before the delayed start of the 2020 MotoGP season is the main topic of our latest podcast. Toby Moody and Simon Patterson discuss the latest on the situation of the man who has finished second in the championship for the last three years, how the injury could affect his 2020 season, and if it will ha…
 
There’s less than a month to go until the delayed start to the 2020 F1 season and drivers are starting to return to action behind the wheel. Karun Chandhok joins Edd Straw and Glenn Freeman to explain the benefits to the drivers of getting their eye in, what Mercedes hopes to achieve with its two-day test at Silverstone, whether the calendar favour…
 
TECHEETAH team principal Mark Preston joins host Andrew van de Burgt and The Race's Formula E correspondent to talk about all things electric including the likelihood of multiple races at Tempelhof, the evolution of Team Aguri into a double title winner and working with TWR boss Tom Walkinshaw in Formula 1…
 
MotoGP's 2021 rider market shows no signs of waiting for racing to get underway this year before it sorts itself out. Toby Moody and Simon Patterson bring you up to date with all the done deals and growing speculation around how the entire grid will look next year, including the latest rumour that Pol Espargaro could be in line for Alex Marquez's s…
 
Williams is considering a possible sale of some or all of the company, Renault has said it will stay in F1 at a corporate level, McLaren Group is slashing jobs and there’s speculation of Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff’s future. Mark Hughes, Scott Mitchell and Edd Straw delve into these stories, as well as giving their verdict on whether F1’s ne…
 
BONUS EPISODE: It's series finale time, and to celebrate #BringBackV10s taking a temporary break before series 2, we're answering more of your questions about F1 from 1989-2005. Mark Hughes and ex-F1 technical director and car designer Gary Anderson join Glenn Freeman to discuss a range of topics, including: What made Kimi Raikkonen so good at McLa…
 
We've reached the end of the first series of Bring Back V10s, but we've been so overwhelmed with the number of questions you sent in using #BringBackV10s that we're turning our series finale into a double header! Edd Straw and Matt Beer join Glenn Freeman for part one, where we'll tackle topics including: Why Toyota's megabucks team was always dest…
 
Casey Stoner's second MotoGP title is our focus this week, with Toby Moody and Neil Spalding looking back at the long and difficult journey Honda went through to finally win a championship in the 800cc era. Neil explains why Honda struggled when the new rules came in for 2007 after it had dominated during the 990cc rules, and the measures it took o…
 
Formula E's race director talks to host Andrew van de Burgt and The Race's FE guru Sam Smith about how to get the series up and running behind closed doors, how he keeps all the drivers happy, his memories of Charlie Whiting and a bit about guitar tech in the time of quarantineBy The Race Media Ltd
 
Author Dr. Derrick R. Brooms discusses his article, ""It's the Person, but Then the Environment, Too": Black and Latino Males' Narratives about Their College Successes," published in the April 2020 issue of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.
 
Michael Schumacher's 1990s rivalry with Damon Hill ignited at the end of the 1994 Formula 1 season. In this episode Andrew van de Burgt and Edd Straw join Glenn Freeman to look back at the final three races of '94, when Schumacher returned from his two-race ban with just a one-point lead over Hill. Schumacher won comfortably on his return at Jerez,…
 
At the start of our Bring Back V10s era in 1989, Formula 1 had as many as 39 cars turning up trying to get onto a 26-car grid for a grand prix. After an initial pre-qualifying elimination process was introduced for the first practice session in 1988, a formalised session was added to race weekends for the following season, to narrow the field down …
 
Jorge Lorenzo was a man reborn at the start of this year, free of the demons that plagued the end of his full-time MotoGP career, back in the Yamaha fold and looking forward to making a wildcard appearance at Barcelona. While those plans are now on hold, Toby Moody and Simon Patterson discuss Lorenzo's journey to retirement at the end of last year,…
 
Nigel Mansell and McLaren never felt like a match made in heaven, and when they joined forces in 1995 the alliance was short-lived. Sam Smith and Jack Benyon join Glenn Freeman to discuss why this partnership went so wrong. How did Mansell go from thinking he had a Williams drive to getting a phone call from Ron Dennis? What were the driving forces…
 
McLaren hopes to take another step towards the big three this season, but the delay to the start of the season and the deferring of the planned new regulations to 2022 has impacted the timeline for its revival. Scott Mitchell, Mark Hughes and Edd Straw discuss how the team is being affected and what McLaren still needs to do to get back to the fron…
 
Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi has taken to studying the links between air pollution on respiratory disease. With emissions at an all-time low following the COVID-19 induced lock-down, it has allowed him to muse about how motorsport and the motor industry needs to respond. Andrew van de Burgt hosts and is joined by The Race's Formula E correspo…
 
The dominance of Ferrari and Michael Schumacher came to an abrupt end in 2005, when rule changes caught the team out and left it struggling to get on the pace. Glenn Freeman is joined by Mark Hughes and Scott Mitchell to look back at the factors behind Ferrari's troubles, the key moments from the year, and to ask if someone else finally winning a c…
 
Toby Moody and Neil Spalding take themselves back to the remarkable 2006 MotoGP season, when Nicky Hayden and Honda defeated the seemingly unstoppable Valentino Rossi/Yamaha combination. They recall why Hayden was on a 'special' development Honda that year, and how it ended up being a 'patchwork' bike. They also look at what caused the chatter prob…
 
In late 1999 the combination of Jordan and Heinz-Harald Frentzen was at the peak of its powers, and it so nearly pulled off a world championship upset against the might of McLaren and Ferrari. Glenn Freeman is joined by Matt Beer and Edd Straw to revisit the final few races of the season to work out how Jordan found itself in an unlikely title figh…
 
Author Jessica McCrory Calarco discusses her article, "Avoiding Us versus Them: How Schools’ Dependence on Privileged 'Helicopter' Parents Influences Enforcement of Rules," published in the April 2020 issue of American Sociological Review.
 
Join us for an in-depth look at one of the most famous heartbreak stories from F1 in the 1990s: The 1997 Hungarian Grand Prix. Glenn Freeman, Matt Beer and Edd Straw revisit all the key talking points in F1 from before, during and after the weekend, as well as trying to work out how Arrows managed to have its day in the sun with a car that was hope…
 
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