I ragazzi Premium Unleaded ricapitolano il Gran Premio dell’Emilia Romagna per tutti i nostri affezionati ascoltatori. We discuss the Tifosi, the weather, and of course bees. Ciao.
The crew breaks down the second race of the 2022 season: the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix. We debate the 2022 car, the DRS system, and debut a new segment called pick your driver.
um Unleaded crew is back at it! They breakdown the 2022 cars, talk Drive to Survive, and discuss the opening race in Bahrain. It’s almost like they never left.
Was the race boring or thrilling? Depends on who you ask. Either way, we will talk about Max and share our most personal stories since the last time we chatted. Grab some Texas BBQ
The crew gets right back in the booth to discuss a soggy Sunday in Turkey. No bees this week, but we hear a great Marathon Monday story from Rob, a nurse
Back in action after a long summer’s rest. The crew is buzzing after a thrilling race in Russia. We all discuss where we landed on Lando’s loss. We check in on Rob’s bees and try to convince Charlie that he is way behind on his nursery build out for LB’s sister.
We sprint through the new qualifying format before Rob can’t help himself and brings up “the crash”. We go back and forth on the Redbull reaction, and Hamilton’s motives.
Rob tries to name all of the turns and straights at Silverstone. Life updates take a lifetime and we finish up by talking about Seb picking up trash
We start out with some movie recommendations. Charlie finally admits his true feelings about Max. We ponder the purpose of penalties and get into life updates. Rob brings up some random thoughts on UFOs before we wrap up F1 talk.
Redbull is running away with the season. Or is it? Mercedes has stopped developing the 2021 car. Or has it? Three of the gang have an emergency podcast to discuss Austria1 vs. Austria2. Also, life updates.
The lads get together to discuss the Spain and Monaco Grand Prix. Rob has himself an episode. He hates on Max, single-handedly solves Mercedes’ cross threading problem, and rages against paying $50 for a community day camp. We also discuss when are shorts acceptable.