The Australian Grand Prix Corporation has launched its new podcast, In the Fast Lane.
Dedicated to the world of MotoGP™ and Formula 1®, co-hosts Matt Clayton and Michael Lamonato interview some of the biggest names in world motorsport and update fans on all the latest racing news.
Episode 13: Rubens Barrichello
In the Fast Lane Episode 13 is presented by leading cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, commemorating the 10-year anniversary of its partnership with Scuderia Ferrari.
Brazil's 11-time Grand Prix winner Rubens Barrichello joins us to reminisce on the glory days at Ferrari partnering Michael Schumacher in the early 2000s, being a key player in Brawn GP's fairytale rise to championship glory in 2009, and still racing today at the age of 48.
Episode 12: Brad Binder
Episode 12 presented by spokes.com.au features South Africa's rookie sensation Brad Binder, who discusses winning just his third MotoGP™ race, how KTM has become a force to be reckoned with and what it’s like racing against Valentino Rossi, while we analyse Sunday's race at Misano and the unpredictable 2020 season with the doyen of MotoGP™ TV commentators, Nick Harris.
Episode 11: Zak Brown
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown discusses the resurgence of one of the most famous teams in Formula 1® and how he convinced Daniel Ricciardo to switch from Renault for next season, while we review a manic first visit for F1® to the famed Mugello Circuit last weekend.
Episode 10: Casey Stoner
Two-time MotoGP™ World Champion Casey Stoner joins us to offer his thoughts on an unpredictable season to date, Valentino Rossi's future at age 41, Jack Miller's move to the factory Ducati outfit for 2021, and what Marc Marquez's absence means for this year's championship.
Episode 9: Paul Di Resta
Former F1® driver, World Endurance Championship racer and Sky Sports analyst Paul Di Resta joins us to discuss a crushing win in Belgium for Lewis Hamilton, how Ferrari can recover from a horrendous weekend at Spa, and why Daniel Ricciardo might be the biggest winner in the driver market shuffle for 2021.
Episode 8: Jenson Button
Three-time Australian Grand Prix winner and 2009 Formula 1® World Champion Jenson Button joins us to discuss the 2020 season, what makes Lewis Hamilton a great, Fernando Alonso's dramatic return to Formula 1® and Daniel Ricciardo's move to McLaren for next season.
Episode 7: Mick Doohan
Five-time 500cc Motorcycle World Champion Mick Doohan joins us to discuss crashes, contract controversy and Jack Miller's first podium of 2020 at the Austrian Grand Prix, while we review all of the talking points on and off track from a dramatic weekend at the Red Bull Ring.
Episode 6: Claire Williams
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams joins us to discuss the improved fortunes of one of the most beloved teams in Formula 1® and we break down the verdict of the protest against Racing Point while analysing Max Verstappen's upset win for Red Bull Racing at Silverstone.
Episode 5: Murray Walker
Episode 5 presented by Nash Advisory features legendary F1® TV commentator Murray Walker, reflecting on his long career in broadcasting ahead of this week's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone and his deep family connection to motorcycle racing.
Episode 4: David Coulthard
Episode 4 presented by Nash Advisory features two-time Australian Grand Prix winner and winner of 13 Formula 1® Grands Prix overall, David Coulthard, who discusses Fernando Alonso’s move to Renault in 2021 and if Racing Point are more likely to win a Grand Prix this year than Ferrari.
Episode 3: Jack Miller
Episode 3 presented by Nash Advisory features special guest Jack Miller. The Aussie MotoGP™ rider joins us to talk through his fourth-place finish at the Spanish GP and his Ducati contract for 2021.
Episode 2: Mark Webber
Episode 2 features Australian nine-time Formula 1® Grand Prix winner Mark Webber discussing Valentino Rossi's passion for MotoGP™ as well as Jack Miller and Marc Marquez.
Episode 1: Daniel Ricciardo
Episode 1 presented by Mobile Tyre Shop features Australian Formula 1® driver Daniel Ricciardo, who discusses the start of the F1® season in Austria, shares tales of life in lockdown in Western Australia, and offers some insights into his big move to McLaren for 2021.