After a well earned summer break, Joe is back on the road again as Formula 1 turns it up a notch for the final half of the season. Amongst the chaos, Joe squeezes in a quick conversation to catch up on news from the last few races.
Top of the list we talk about the economic value of clustering, calculating gardening leave and the relocation of Caterham. There's discussion on why F1 isn't attracting a younger generation, of desperate measures and ill-conceived manoeuvres and the positive side of sleeping in a conference room.
Other topics of note include the irrational test at a convenient circuit, the scarcity of second drivers, travel trouble on route to Spa and singing opera on a table with Georgio.
It's a bumper edition of An Aside with Joe!
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