With three races complete in the 2011 season, Joe takes time out ahead of the mini-break to catch up on what has been happening in the paddock. From saving China with a Dutch driver and discovering a licence to print money, to identifying cars by sound alone, Joe has F1 covered in under an hour.
Peering through the smoggy haze, we talk winning cars with bright engineers, terrific racing from strategic thinking and the one in a billion at the wheel of a Force India. All that and Joe still finds time to land an A320 for Air Asia, sharpen a machete for Williams and offer some polite suggestions to a bunch of bankers.
It's another feature packed, action packed, Aside with Joe. You do not want to miss it.
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