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Formula 1 was back for the second of a double-header at the Red Bull Ring, as Max Verstappen ran rampant again in front of a passionate crowd draped in the orange of the Dutchman’s home nation.
Formula 1 returned to the Red Bull Ring for the first of two races in Spielberg, and the latest episode of Torquing Point dives straight into Sunday’s action.
A real anomaly is discussed in the latest episode of Torquing Point; an absolute thriller of a French Grand Prix.
As far as races go, few require more discussion than those that take place in Baku, and that was the case again this year.
Given that there was next to no on-track action at the Monaco Grand Prix, there’s a remarkable amount of stuff from it that needs discussing.
It may have turned out to be a bit of a dull affair, but the Portuguese Grand Prix still threw up a number of conversation topics.
With rain, Red Flags and rivals clashing, The Emilia Romagna Grand Prix left Torquing Point with no shortage of talking points.
Formula 1 is back, and Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and the rest of the grid left Torquing Point with plenty to discuss.
The first season of Torquing Point is brought to an end with a review of the rollercoaster that was Formula 1’s 2020 campaign.
It wasn’t the best finale, but thankfully for Torquing Point, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix served as an ending to far more than just the season.
Various 2020 races have left the PF1 team with plenty to discuss, but perhaps none more so than the Sakhir Grand Prix.
The biggest talking point of the Bahrain Grand Prix came on Lap 1 as the race became a mere after-thought to Romain Grosjean’s crash.
The latest episode of Torquing Point is all about the Eifel Grand Prix, a race that will live long in the memory for many.
Sunday’s race may not have been the best that Spa has produced, but there are still a number of talking points for the PF1 team to discuss.
The Spanish Grand Prix wasn’t exactly eventful, but there’s still plenty for the PF1 team to dig their teeth into in the latest episode of Torquing Point.
Mercedes look more dominant than ever. How? Why? And do they already have both titles in the bag? The Torquing Point team discuss it all…
After many months of waiting and many episodes of build-up, F1 is finally back on track, and it returned in style.
With the first race just over a week away, the latest episode of Torquing Point is a second, and hopefully final, 2020 season preview.
With less than a month to go until Formula 1 finally returns, Torquing Point takes a look at how the teams and drivers are preparing
Formula 1 is coming back! The latest episode of Torquing Point looks at the opening eight races and discusses the prospect of reverse grids.
In a few months, Sebastian Vettel will be a Ferrari driver no more. Torquing Point looks at why things didn’t work out and what happens next.
Since he left the sport in 2018, Fernando Alonso has refused to let rumours of a return go away, but could such rumours become reality?
More weeks have gone by without any racing, and another episode of Torquing Point is here to discuss what’s happened in them.
There’s more going on in virtual than actual Formula 1 these days, so Planet F1 discuss both sides of the sport in the latest episode of Torquing Point.
In another week without any racing, there’s still plenty to discuss from the world of Formula 1 in the third edition of Torquing Point.
What next for the 2020 season? Finley Crebolder and Michelle Foster discuss that and recap the Melbourne mayhem in episode two of Torquing Point.
In the first episode of Torquing Point, Planet F1’s very own podcast, Finley Crebolder and Michelle Foster preview and predict the 2020 season.