Category Archives: Podcast

MCZ Motorsport 250 Podcast: 2018 F1 Season Review

The MCZ Motorsports 250 “2018 Formula One Season Review” podcast is now available!

You can listen to the new edition (and all the past shows) on the MCZ Motorsports 250 page and subscribe via RSS.

Or via the iTunes store.

“All the motorsports news and opinion you need in 250 seconds!”

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MCZ Motorsports 250 Summer Break Edition

The latest MCZ Motorsports 250 podcast, “2018 Summer Break Edition” is now available.

Among the topics covered in 250 seconds are the rescue of the Force India team and the future line-up at McLaren.

You can listen to the new edition (and all the past shows) on the MCZ Motorsports 250 page and subscribe via RSS.

Or via the iTunes store.

“All the motorsports news and opinion you need in 250 seconds!”

– MCZF1

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MCZ Motorsports 250: 2015 F1 Season Preview

There’s a new “MCZ Motorsports 250” podcast on-line!

The 2015 Season Preview podcast is now available here along with the archive of old shows.

The MCZ F1 Power Rankings:

20 – Roberto Merhi (Marussia-Ferrari): One shot?
19 – Will Stevens (Marussia-Ferrari): Just stay out the way
18 – Sergio Perez (Force India-Mercedes): Put on some mileage
17 – Nico Hulkenberg (Force India-Mercedes): Hoping it’s reliable
16 – Felipe Nasr (Sauber-Ferrari): Race-craft in question?
15 – Carlos Sainz Jr (Toro Rosso-Renault): Learning on the job
14 – Marcus Ericsson (Sauber-Ferrari): Points from McLaren’s breakdowns?
13 – Kevin Magnussen (McLaren-Honda): Hoping to prove Ron Dennis wrong
12 – Pastor Maldonado (Lotus-Mercedes): Much better car, no better driver
11 – Jenson Button (McLaren-Honda): Hoping to see the checkered flag
10 – Max Verstappen (Toro Rosso-Renault): Making a splash early
09 – Romain Grosjean (Lotus-Mercedes): Back to the pointy end
08 – Daniil Kvyat (Red Bull-Renault): No fluke
07 – Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari): A Ferrari he likes?
06 – Felipe Massa (Williams-Mercedes): Better luck this time
05 – Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari): Out to prove a point
04 – Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull-Renault): Still smiling but is it fast enough?
03 – Valtteri Bottas (Williams-Mercedes): Podiums, yes. Wins? Maybe
02 – Lewis Hamilton (AMG-Mercedes): Too many distractions?
01 – Nico Rosberg (AMG-Mercedes): A score to settle

Look an update on the power rankings after the Australian GP this weekend.

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