In the briefest of breaks between the city life of Canada and the serenity of Austria, Joe finds a few free minutes to scrutinise the current state of Formula 1. A fantastically close season and a fine spectacle in Montreal provide the ideal backdrop for an hour of motor sport discussion.
Subjects of interest in this show include looking at things from a spectator's perspective, France's greatest export, giving Adrian Newey the space he needs and a cop out from Jean Todt. We also consider matters of the moment such as Ferrari's lousy season, the importance of confidence in a driver, keeping things secret from a world that wants to know, plus who was really at fault in Montreal.
Do not miss Joe's take on Rosberg in Monaco, the risks of putting faith in manufacturers, driving half a Le Mans on your own and the man Dan Fallows didn't want to work with. Also learn of the action the camera missed in Monaco and the circuit that makes Magny-Cours look positively urban.
All that and a lot more in this feature length episode of An Aside with Joe.
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