In a brief break between races one and two, Joe checks in to analyse all the happenings around Formula 1. Including, Pirelli's terrific debut, the fairest FIA for a long time, a tragic story at the back of the grid and who has a passion for Petrov.
Joe wonders why Formula 1 isn't on Facebook, explains why there's no magic to motor sport and the reason Hollywood has overlooked F1. There is also talk of enthusiastic puppies, the gradient at Mount Panorama, a notional trip to New York, plus Virgin's necessary evil.
There's more than meets the eye, in this latest episode of An Aside with Joe.
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