The Formula 1 shut down is in effect but Formula Feud is going strong in this all new episode. Brad and Brandon start the show with talks about our most anticipated change to F1 coming in 2016: The Haas F1 team. They discuss why Manor should fear the new team taking over the coveted 10th place position in the constructor’s championship. They also speculate about the “short list” of drivers that Haas is looking at.
It has been a little while but everyone’s favorite segment is back: Where in the World is Carmen Jorda. Why does she have a target on her back for being part of why women can’t get race seats in Formula 1? After that the team talks about all the new changes coming up with the Pirelli’s tires including the “team’s choice” format and the new super super softs.
Brad has an idea about how the downfall of Lotus could be an opportunity for Romain Grosjean to be the number 1 French driver for an all new French Formula 1 team. Renault airs out some more dirty laundry with Red Bull and we take a big whiff of it.
Other stories covered include Sauber considering Renault power, Monza’s work on securing their financial future, and what the time frame really is for Mclaren Honda to become competitive.
If you can’t watch Formula 1 you might as well listen to two unqualified guys talk about it in this all new episode of Formula Feud.