F1: Track This

JACPOD  |  Podcast , ±23 min episodes every 1 week, 3 days  | 
In Formula One anything can happen, and it usually does. We’re bringing you the inside track on every F1 race in ‘Track This’ with radio and TV personality and motorsport commentator Kriya Gangiah. Kriya's joined weekly by South African racing experts to bring you the latest Formula One news, debates about the biggest topics and comprehensive analysis before and after each Grand Prix.

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Does the FIA need to step in over porpoising?

Concern is now setting in with drivers on the long-term health risk of porpoising. Will the FIA need to make changes to the new regulations moving forward? The Track This team weigh in on this and other issues in the latest episode.

South Africa’s return to the Formula 1 calendar imminent

South Africa has been abuzz with rumours of a return of Formula 1 to Johannesburg in 2024 but is there any truth to this?
The original Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit was built in 1961 and hosted 18 rounds of the F1 World Championship from 1967 until 1985 and after a few modifications it hosted races in 1992 and 1993. So why has it not returned until now?
The Track This team, radio and TV personality and motorsport commentator Kriya Gangiah, motorsport analyst and TopGear SA Director, Avon Middleton and panelist and racing driver Tschops Sipuka discuss the requirements that need to be met for this to become a reality.

Ferrari is rolling the dice in Barcelona

With the Barcelona Grand Prix on the horizon, Ferrari has decided that it's time to change up their fast-paced car. But what does that mean for Carlos Sainz going into his home race? Find out in this week’s episode of Track This with Kriya Gangiah, Tschops Sipuka and Avon Middleton.

Miami GP - the newest, hottest driver playground

The latest race on the Formula 1 calendar in Miami could be the track for Ferrari redemption, Mercedes upgrades and Red Bull success. To find out more, take a listen to the latest episode of Track This with Kriya and the rest of the panel.

Major update expected from Mercedes ahead of Australian GP

The introduction of four DRS zones in Australia will make for competitive racing between Red Bull and Ferrari, but will Mercedes pull a rabbit out of the hat? Tschops Sipuka thinks that if they do bring a major upgrade they might just be in for a chance. The Track This team also discuss the brand-new Las Vegas Grand Prix set for 2023 and Avon Middleton and Tschops have a “slight” disagreement about team orders in the Red Bull paddock.
Take a listen to episode 3 of Track This with Kriya Gangiah on JacPod.

Verstappen seeing red ahead of Saudi Arabia Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc outsmarted Max Verstappen to take the season opener in Bahrain. Has Red Bull been able to fix the cars ahead of this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, or will Ferrari be able to bring the same 'energy?' Motorsport commentator and ‘Track This’ podcast host Kriya Gangiah is joined by racing experts Tschops Sipuka, Tasmin Pepper and Avon Middleton to find out if the Prancing Horses are up to the task.

Bahrain & setting the scene for 2022 Formula 1 season

The wait for the 2022 Formula 1 season is finally over as the teams are preparing for the opening race at the Sakhir Circuit in Bahrain this weekend.
The question on everyone’s mind is will Lewis Hamilton be able to get his record-breaking 8th World Drivers Championship or will Max Verstappen defend his title?

Pre-season testing has not answered many questions as fans are still uncertain on the teams’ true performance. A surprise, however, was seen in the Ferrari pits when the team showed great reliability and even better performance.

Kriya Gangiah is joined by racing experts Tschops Sipuka and Tasmin Pepper to unpack the events of pre-season testing and look forward to Bahrain in the first episode of the new JacPod podcast, Track This.
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Track This - Launching 17 March!

In Formula 1 anything can happen, and it usually does. As the most anticipated season gets underway, we’re bringing you all the in-depth analysis of every race in ‘Track This’ - with radio and TV personality and motorsport commentator Kriya Gangiah. With new episodes out every Thursday, South African race car drivers Tasmin Pepper and Tschops Sipuka will join Kriya to give you the inside track, expert analysis and the latest news from the world of Formula 1. Launches 17 March, 2022.

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