We wake Joe from his jet-lagged slumber to talk all things motor racing, following a hectic start to the season. Discussion covers the need for a figurehead at Williams, how Pirelli redefined the challenge for 2012, filing stories over Iran, plus what a difference an engine makes.
Joe answers questions about his role as a non-executive director of Caterham Cars Group, his reasons for taking the position and the type of advice he's been giving. There's talk of full disclosure, clashes of interest, making other people rich and employing the rest of the F1 paddock.
We learn about a jolly good pilot, about who is not handling defeat gracefully, why GP+ got embargoed and preparing for a 100th milestone. There is of course much more in store in this episode of an Aside with Joe.
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