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Official Podcast and YouTube Channel Thread

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This is a thread for links to Podcasts, YouTube Channels and similar online productions that publish regular (or semi regular) F1 / Motor Racing related content.

This original post will contain links to Podcasts / YouTube Channels etc, and the thread itself can be used for discussing them. If you know of a relevant show that should be listed here then please mention it in the thread or PM a mod to get it added.

To get the YouTube Channel listed in this post, the only criteria is that the series content should be mostly be F1/Motorsports related, freely available (ie, no paywall, adverts are fine) and not geolocked (ie, not restricted to one country) - any channel that is a vlog or blog should be by a notable F1 related person (ie, this is not for someone just talking to a webcam giving their opinions)

Podcasts have the same basic restrictions, but any opinion pieces, again should be by notable F1 journalists or people within the sport.

Podcasts

Beyond the Grid - Official F1 Podcast- (iTunes Link) - (ACast link) (Discussion thread )
Beyond Victory - Nico Rosberg's Official Podcast - (iTunes Link) - (ACast link) (Discussion thread )
WTF1 Podcast - (iTunes Link) - (ACast link)
Missed Apex Podcast - (iTunes Link) - (ACast link)

YouTube Channels

Official F1 YouTube
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It seems a lot of new F1 podcasts and YouTube channels have been starting up recently (even if they aren't a new revolution) so it seemed sensible to have a thread on this forum for people to discuss them, and also as a resource for people to discover new ones.

I haven't put many up yet, but please PM me with suggestions for me to add and I will get links up.

Also, if anyone has a good idea of how to link to podcasts, that would be helpful. iTunes is useful for those in the Apple ecosystem, but there will need to be system for everyone.

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I've listening to a few of these. Beyond the Grid is interesting, although he's a little too chummy and non confrontational in the interviews, and bizarrely for a seasoned journalist almost seems slightly star struck in the way he handles his guests.

Rosberg's interviews are interesting - he's quite self confident and talks a lot, but I don't mind that because he is obviously an F1 driver with relevant experience so it's not like a non racing pundit or presenter adding conjecture. Also, he actually manages to ask quite pointed questions from behind his laughing, amiable facade. When Bernie said he thought Trump has been great, he asked him "what have been his top two policies?" which immediately left Bernie unable to really give an answer (although Rosberg didn't push it any further)

It's not an F1 related channel, so it shouldn't be listed above, but I saw a great video about the logistics of F1 a few weeks ago and meant to post it on the forum, so I guess here's as good a place as anywhere:


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Ive been listening to missed apex podcast this year and it’s pretty good. The do a review of every race https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh0DXE ... _polymer=1

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The latest Missed Apex podcast with Matthew Carter was a very entertaining listen. He talks about Grosjean, Pastor, and dear old Jolyon Palmer. There are some pretty funny bits in there, and some surprising comments about Grosjean too. He rates Rogro pretty highly.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6wluP4atQo

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Alienturnedhuman wrote:I've listening to a few of these. Beyond the Grid is interesting, although he's a little too chummy and non confrontational in the interviews, and bizarrely for a seasoned journalist almost seems slightly star struck in the way he handles his guests.

Rosberg's interviews are interesting - he's quite self confident and talks a lot, but I don't mind that because he is obviously an F1 driver with relevant experience so it's not like a non racing pundit or presenter adding conjecture. Also, he actually manages to ask quite pointed questions from behind his laughing, amiable facade. When Bernie said he thought Trump has been great, he asked him "what have been his top two policies?" which immediately left Bernie unable to really give an answer (although Rosberg didn't push it any further)

It's not an F1 related channel, so it shouldn't be listed above, but I saw a great video about the logistics of F1 a few weeks ago and meant to post it on the forum, so I guess here's as good a place as anywhere:



interesting, thanks

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These are motorsport YouTube channels i find entertaining and informative

Official Formula E channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-DuRq ... 5o1q4Ze-Fg

Autosport - mostly motorsport journalists discussing relavent topics
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxukso ... w9nVa6UhAw

BTCC - official page of the British Touring Car Championship
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPfVLE ... A0Pmo7haHg

Chain Bear F1 - Excellent F1 informational videos
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7u-Dg ... 7XjmtJrtpg

F1/E reviews - very good reviews and discussion
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCviJk2 ... YsaYDrDVuA

Formula World - F1 news summary
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo6MV9 ... MsLGNWnYTA

Goodwood Road & Racing - official channel of the Goodwood organisation
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8rado ... J6p7WNiv6w

Marc Priestley - former Mclaren mechanic / Sky / Formula E presenter
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTsjSr ... qVQJn8y3Xw

Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport - official Mercedes F1 channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7_VGk ... 1eZEkzey3A

Motorsport - podcasts and features from Motorsport mazagine
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5FRZg ... v7GvXs-kxQ

Motorsport.com - covers many things including libe coverage of the Jaguar I Pace electric racing
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzpxln ... qgO742bt5Q

The F1 Word - growing F1 (and now FE) channel with regular videos and guests
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ97Xu ... FcEw4hdDow

Finally - OversteerNetwork - more fun than informative but i find him entertaining
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_q9zM ... DI5k6S98Sw

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Thanks for giving me a mention in the OP Aqua. I'll be sure to post any updates in this thread to limit congestion.

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F1 Livery Histories wrote:Thanks for giving me a mention in the OP Aqua. I'll be sure to post any updates in this thread to limit congestion.


Feel free to continue using your original thread for the discussion (and you can post in here as well) - I did provide a link to the thread next to the link to your channel.

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No worries mate, may as well post my latest update in here. A short video this time around on everyone's second favourite Italian underdog team from the 90's, Forti.



Also, a little shoutout to Lego Grand Prix, who produces some cool stop-motion videos. Their stuff can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/user/MisterThead

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The podcast was very interesting although Fred isn't impressed :lol:
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As people started threads for them, I have linked to the discussion threads for Beyond the Grid and Nico Rosberg's channel.

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Chain bear has some excellent formula 1 content and some funny quiz videos with guests.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7u-Dg ... 7XjmtJrtpg

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