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AMG brand ambassador and former Formula One racing driver David Coulthard and Torsten Reil, CEO of NaturalMotion, discuss the world of CSR Racing. Hear about life as a former F1 driver and learn how the team at NaturalMotion created the excitement of the sport in CSR Racing. Then see a demonstration of the app, featuring the new Mercedes-AMG GT. Hosted by Torie Campbell at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
We all go through moments of doubt and uncertainty. But how do we stop them from holding us back? Trust expert Rachel Botsman speaks with incredible guests – from soldiers to poker players and psychologists to hostage negotiators – that will change the way you think about trust. Heart-warming – and at times heart-stopping – these conversations ask what happens when we confront our trust issues, face our fears and open our minds to new possibilities. For an even deeper dive into the insights ...
 
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Welcome to Lyfe Boost and thank you for listening to my first podcast episode! Lyfe Boost is about providing alternative health methods for individuals to be successful within their day to day lifestyle. I want to make an impact on the world we live in by providing new perspectives within mental, physical and spiritual health. I have a passion for …
 
Silverstone saw two races for the British Grand Prix, except one wasn’t a race, except it was. Then Hamilton and Verstappen crashed and it was definitely someone’s fault, except it wasn’t. And everyone got Covid, probably. Cheeka, Phill and Terry are joined by a LIVE Listeners Corner phonein thing to talk about all the naughtiness in Northamptonshi…
 
It's the second Austrian Grand Prix - and the fourth in a year - and it was nowhere near as bad as last week’s, even if Max Verstappen waltzed off to victory with no challengers. It was all action behind though; Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about harsh penalties, shouty radio messages and new contracts, among other unrelated nonsense. Subscribe to …
 
The Styrian Grand Prix promised much and delivered mostly boredom and a silly name. However, it was punctuated by Bottas spinning in the pitlane, so that was fun. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about Max Verstappen’s Hamilton-like win, worry that next week will be the same again, and also reveal Terry’s new tattoo, which may or may not be Philip Morr…
 
Azerbaijan was a slow burner. After marshals ran out of red flags in qualifying, the race saw Charles Leclerc go backwards but then not much happened. Luckily, Pirelli intervened, and then all hell broke loose. And in the end, nothing changed in the championship. Cheeka, Phill and Terry drink a bit and talk about Verstappen and Stroll’s smashes, Ha…
 
The Spanish Grand Prix was deathly dull but also quite interesting, in classic Formula 1 style. Cheeka, Phill and Terry look back at the Catalunya catatonia and get regularly distracted by vaccines, weddings and all sorts of other nonsense, before eventually getting back to whether or not it was a good race, whether Verstappen has already capitulat…
 
F1 returned to Portugal, scene of a cracking race last year. This year’s wasn’t as good. Still, Hamilton and Verstappen had a bit of a tussle at Bottas’s expense, so that was something. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about all that, sprint races and how much we’re looking forward to the Canadian Grand Prix. Support the show by using ClearVPN and thei…
 
It's the Definitely Not The San Marino Grand Prix roundup, where Cheeka, Phill and Terry wonder why everyone had forgotten how to drive properly. Still, Max Verstappen messed up the least to win and all the Mercedeses piled into a wall, or each other, and Uncle Toto is angry. Also, Terry is sad, so send him (and the rest of us) a beer. Thanks to ou…
 
Max and the Ham are having close battles, Mazepin looks like he's rubbish, and all is right with the world. Other than human rights, obviously. Cheeka, Phill and Terry look back on the opening race of the 2021 season at the Bahrain International Circuit, and ponder whether Sebastian Vettel was ever any good at all. Thanks to the sponsors of this ep…
 
The guys give their predictions for Bahrain, Mark makes everyone jealous as he's been in non-lockdown in Australia, whilst DC explains what sandwiches he makes for his son when he's racing. This is probably the best podcast in F1........we will leave it to you to decide.By Whisper
 
F1 is back! Cheeka, Phill and Terry reflect on the off-season, say farewell to the great Murray Walker and look ahead to whether Mercedes are genuinely shit now or if it’s all just a big bag of sand. Plus: Terry reviews the latest series of Drive To Survive. LISTEN to our* new show, The Apres: https://podfollow.com/the-apres * Producer Matt's new s…
 
And so we reach the end of 2020, the year that was shit but gave us some amazing races. Or did it? We can’t remember most of them, so we invited friend-with-benefits of the podcast Jack Nicholls on to remind us of stuff. There follows two hours of loose waffle that occasionally touches on the season that nearly wasn’t, and involves quite a bit of d…
 
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix finished off the season with a tedious whimper, and nobody even cared that Max Verstappen finally won on merit. Cheeka, Phill and Terry start discussing the boredom at Yas Marina, but then degenerate into writing erotic fan fiction about the drivers. Because that's all the race, and indeed 2020 as a whole, deserves. Subscri…
 
George Russell came, he saw, he conquered but then he got a puncture and saw his puny dreams smashed. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez won his first race in 190 attempts and now everything thinks he’s great. Cheeka, Phill and Terry forensically analyse the Sakhir Grand Prix and wonder what the point of Valtteri Bottas is. Also there’s a special guest pundit…
 
Romain Grosjean exploded and gave Hamilton coronavirus, which means that all the drivers stand up and dance and whoever sits down first gets a Mercedes drive. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about the Bahrain Grand Prix, or rather all the stuff that happened around it, and wonder how all the various new drivers will get on. Plus there’s some swearing …
 
Formula 1 is finished, except there are three more races left in the desert, but no one cares because Turkey was the best race of the season and Lewis Hamilton is the champ-champ-champ-champ-champ-champ-champ. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about his immense achievement and why he's actually like Mr Bean, discuss the rise and fall of Lance Stroll and…
 
It’s the Not San Marino Grand Prix and don’t mention that time when that thing happened. Instead, Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk about Mercedes winning everything, Bottas having not luck and George Russell spannering it into the wall under the safety car. Ah, Imola never fails to entertain. Carfection Film Club: join us as we explore some of the grea…
 
F1 headed to Portugal for the first time in ages, and everything went crazy for a few laps until Hamilton won, Bottas was second and Verstappen was third, as per usual. As he crushed Bottas by a country mile, Lewis ascended from this earth to become a living legend, and we've all forgotten who Michael Schumacher is now. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk…
 
Scott McLaughlin joins in from Indianapolis to give the latest on his move to America and what it would take for him to return to Supercars, Ryan Story details what's next for DJR in the post-Penske era and Shane van Gisbergen looks back at Bathurst and forward to the Camaro. That and all the reaction to the axing of the iconic Adelaide 500 on the …
 
It was a race afflicted by fog, unreliability and Lance Stroll's case of the squits, but Lewis Hamilton crushed the memory of Michael Schumacher by waiting until Valtteri Bottas inevitably threw his pole position away, and is now the Greatest Man of All Time. Plus Honda are sodding off, Hulkenberg came back and some other stuff happened in and arou…
 
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