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F1: Beyond The Grid

Podcast F1: Beyond The Grid
Podcast F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid


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  • Seb’s biggest supporter, Lando’s lost win + Carlos’ dream – The Best Of 2022
    Reflections from Ricciardo. Stories from Susie Wolff. Memories from Mansell. On F1 Beyond The Grid, the sport’s fastest stars slow down and open up in feature-length conversations with Tom Clarkson. In this end-of-year special, Tom chooses his highlights from 2022. Daniel Ricciardo lifted the lid on his McLaren struggles. Legendary designer Steve Nichols remembered triple World Champion Ayrton Senna’s first drive in his 1980s McLaren ‘wonder car’. Sebastian Vettel talked about his strongest ally and his most talented teammate. The clips in this episode come from the full episodes listed below. Thank you for listening in 2022. F1 Beyond The Grid will return in 2023. Carlos Sainz: ready to win with Ferrari  Nigel Mansell: World Champion, through the pain  Kevin Magnussen: a no-fear F1 comeback with Haas Steve Nichols: engineering domination for McLaren Mike Elliott: how Mercedes’ ‘mistake’ is making them stronger  George Russell: rising with Mercedes Lando Norris: working on winning with McLaren Gilles Villeneuve Remembered  Susie Wolff: racer, role model, risk taker  Nicholas Latifi: limits, lessons + leaving F1  Nyck De Vries: seizing his F1 chance  Christian Horner: putting Red Bull back on top  Daniel Ricciardo: not done with F1  Sebastian Vettel: around the next corner  This episode is sponsored by:  Shopify: sign up for a FREE trial at and start selling online today SmartNews: download SmartNews for free today in the app store to get the news that matters most.
  • Toto Wolff: falling behind in 22, fighting back in 23
    He’s led Mercedes to 115 race wins in Formula 1, but Toto Wolff is only focused on the next victory. The Silver Arrows stumbled in 2022. They learned lessons while they were down and scored a late-season win to fire them up for 2023. Toto tells Tom Clarkson how a difficult year will benefit the team in future. He explains how the performance of George Russell, the leadership of Lewis Hamilton, the legacy of Niki Lauda and Toto’s own influence will be key ingredients in Mercedes recovery. ‘The days we lose are the days our competitors will regret, because we learn the most’, says Toto. It sounds like he’s already racing for that next win… Related episodes: Christian Horner, Toto’s Red Bull rival  Mattia Binotto, Ferrari’s outgoing Team Principal  Daniel Ricciardo George Russell  This episode is sponsored by:  Rocket Money: get rid of useless subscriptions with Rocket Money now. Go to Seriously, it could save you HUNDREDS per year LinkedIn Jobs: find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at
  • Daniel Ricciardo: not done with F1
    He won’t be racing in 2023, but Daniel Ricciardo is thinking further ahead. Why is returning to Red Bull as Third Driver the best thing for a driver with 8 Grand Prix wins to his name? In this in-depth interview with Tom Clarkson, Daniel explores his decision to spend a season off the track and how he hopes it will boost his career and life outside racing. ‘I don’t feel completely done’, he says of his future in F1. ‘I think I’ll want to get back on the grid, but time will tell’. Daniel reflects on why he left Red Bull in 2018, details his struggles at McLaren and explains how age, pressure, confidence and rest affect his performance. He also lays out his to-do list for his year time from racing, including a very big ride on a very small motorbike… Related episodes: Daniel Ricciardo on his McLaren win in 2021  Daniel’s first Beyond The Grid interview in 2019 Lando Norris on racing Daniel at McLaren  This episode is sponsored by ExpressVPN.  Take back your internet privacy today with the VPN rated #1 by TechRadar and Mashable. Visit and get three extra months for free 
  • This week, in-depth, on F1 Beyond The Grid
    You’ll hear the 60 minute interview right here on Wednesday 30th of November. Hit the follow button and share this episode using #F1BeyondTheGrid
  • Guenther Steiner: maverick, making big moves at Haas
     ‘I do this with passion. I like to work hard’. Guenther Steiner, Haas’ straight-talking Team Principal, has had plenty of hard work to do this year. From finding a new driver on the eve of the 2022 season, to replacing Mick Schumacher with Nico Hulkenberg for 2023, Steiner has made big calls to help Haas make big moves. In great detail, he talks Tom Clarkson through his decisions, and how they’ll drive the team towards its goals. Guenther also gives his views on his fame, management style and even his merchandise. Plus insight into how F1’s smallest team go about their business, memories of an historic pole position in Brazil and reflections on Romain Grosjean’s Bahrain crash. Related episodes: Kevin Magnussen  Mick Schumacher  Nico Hulkenberg Guenther’s first BTG interview  This episode is sponsored by:  SmartNews: Download SmartNews for free today in the app store to get the news that matters most. Search for it in the Apple App store for your iPhone or iPad, or Google Play store for Android users. Babbel: go to, and use promo code GRID for an extra six months free.

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