The 2012 F1 season starts right here, right now as Joe returns from a hectic off-season to catch up on all the news that's fit to discuss in motor sport. We talk negotiating ploys from Bernie, crash testing in component form, plus drivers with money versus drivers without.
Also up for discussion, the mentor that is Wurz, the future of James Key, falling a long way at Red Bull, the makings of a peaceful protest, and why Formula One isn't like any other business.
There's just time to chat about news from Hollywood, a few changes with GP+ and meetups in Melbourne. You won't want to miss this first Aside with Joe of 2012.
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