2019 F1 season review with Damon Hill and Karun Chandhok

18/12/2019
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Damon Hill and Karun Chandhok offer their unique take on the 2019 Formula 1 season: the drivers that impressed; the best rookie; Leclerc & Vettel's power struggle and the sport's future. Plus, what happened when Karun met Kimi Räikkönen in a Tokyo bar...
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  • last intervieuw with nigel mansell was great, he told about the # 1 driver and the # 2 driver, lewis is the # 1 so bottas wil never be champion with lewis as team mate a schame for bottas, lewis needs a kick in the a..

    buddy bijlsmabuddy bijlsma4 महीने पहले
  • Watching this mid-covid pandemic and the coughing is maaaad 🤯

    Jordan CaseyJordan Casey6 महीने पहले
  • I think the 2017-2020 F1 cars will be greatly loved in decades time. They are astonishing bits of kit.

    Mark FreemanMark Freeman10 महीने पहले
  • The moderator should stop playing with his pause key.

    BrennFilmBrennFilm10 महीने पहले
  • Karun's so great (Damon's good too), lots of gems here. "Williams needs to do what McLaren did", yes. "Nico Hulkenberg would've been good for Haas...to replace Grosjean", yes. It is sad, it does look like the peak of Nico Hulkenberg's career was cut off by the weight issue that happened to run over his peak performing years. He was supposedly in the running for the Ferrari seat in 2012, and imagine how different F1 history might've been if he got that? As for refueling, if you actually go back and watch old F1 races with refueling, they're mostly not that great...

    M CM C11 महीने पहले
  • More atmospheric CO2 produced by the air travel that fans and teams use to get to the races than by the cars in practice, quali and the race. Probably more in the foods to feed the fans, too.

    Jack JacksonJack Jackson11 महीने पहले
  • Very interesting interview.loved it. Keep more coming please.

    MikeMike11 महीने पहले
  • Fantastic insight to the season preview,i love the juice "details" that they dishing

    Ramaano MuravhaRamaano Muravha11 महीने पहले
  • Let F1 switch to Propane , Natural gas or Hydrogen...

    CL DanCL Dan11 महीने पहले
  • Nico Hulkenberg was the choice that Mercedes wanted to Team up with Nico Rosberg to have a complete German team...But Lewis Hamilton was choosen through Nikki Lauda as being the ONE!

    CL DanCL Dan11 महीने पहले
  • i was excited about this, only to find that the interviewer talks pure shit and interrupts the people i actually want to hear. P R I C K.

    Jack MorganJack Morgan11 महीने पहले
  • Oh good, finally found a vid to put me to sleep.

    bowblizzbowblizz11 महीने पहले
  • Excellent idea, interviewing these two. Sorry - don't know the interviewer from Adam, but really not good. The banality of the comments, the falseto voice, not listening to to the interviewees etc. At least he shut up as time went on.

    Mike CaffynMike Caffyn11 महीने पहले
    • ...goes to show you that motor sport writers are not automatically good public speakers, and people with horrible speaking voices should not be allowed to speak in public & on recordings period. lol....... .this guys voice is grating as hell on their Podcasts,....I listen to somewhat regualrly any more .. It's just gratingly soft, & weak, to listen to... probably why I don't listen to too many of the Motorsport magazine podcasts any more ..

      RaptorV1USARaptorV1USA11 महीने पहले
  • If Nico was there in 2017, he would'nt have look'd much better then Valteri either, cause of the lessons Lewis would have learnd from the previous jear! Lewis usualy exels and get's better at the next chance he get.

    Robert ArtholdRobert Arthold11 महीने पहले
  • Excellent show.....

    Peter GPeter G11 महीने पहले
  • Volatile character??? You probably don't know anything about his character. If one just goes by the things he bluntly expresses one must not forget that english is not his native tongue. And being Dutch is not helping in the field of diplomacy because we Duchies think of ourselves as being straightforward and honest while others think we are very rude and shockingly impolite. As a dutchman I and some of my fellow countryman often get the impression that French and English drivers are a bit slimy or walking around the bush, a bit to well raised, a bit to artificial, to ideal son in law typish.

    Jeroen BonsJeroen Bons11 महीने पहले
    • Jeroen Bons In geval van een nederlands interview zal een brit zich aan hetzelfde ergeren ten aanzien van onze landgenoot. Jij ook een Merry Crashmis!

      prinsmetbroekprinsmetbroek11 महीने पहले
    • @prinsmetbroek Nee dat geloof ik ook niet maar ik erger mij aan een 'oordeel'trend die gaat zweven in de hoofden van commentatoren. Zodra er 3 grappenmakers zijn die het hebben over 'Crashtappen' volgt er een lawine van onbenullen die iedere wegspringende kiezelsteen toeschrijven aan Max Verstappen. Het is dit gemakzuchtige volgen van wat er in de lucht hangt dat mijn ergernis oproept. Nu geloof ik niet dat Simon Arron het slecht bedoeld maar ook hij ontkomt niet aan negatieve suggesties die o.a. Mr. Hamilton in soft porno-bedekte-termen over MV gedaan heeft. In de Britse hoek van F1- die is nogal omvangrijk - is Rupsje Nooitgenoeg een halfgod. OK a very merry Mistcrash to you to.

      Jeroen BonsJeroen Bons11 महीने पहले
    • Jeroen Bons ik geloof niet dat het negatief bedoeld was.

      prinsmetbroekprinsmetbroek11 महीने पहले
    • @prinsmetbroek Ja, inderdaad.. en het kan ook nog: 'vervliegend, wuft en wispelturig' betekenen.

      Jeroen BonsJeroen Bons11 महीने पहले
    • Jeroen Bons Volatile is vluchtig, snel...

      prinsmetbroekprinsmetbroek11 महीने पहले
  • The sound of this video is bad. The poor man on the right hand side in the beige jacket seems to talk through a muffling blanket or something. Is that the microphone or is that just his sound??

    Jeroen BonsJeroen Bons11 महीने पहले
    • It's just him....... speaking thru blanket after being throat punched solidly into next week for fux sake.....annoying AF isn't it..?

      RaptorV1USARaptorV1USA11 महीने पहले
  • Rbr car is developed around max and gasly wasn't able to adapt

    marshallmarthesmarshallmarthes11 महीने पहले
    • @lasse nikulainen I'd say your right on point 😉

      SnaakieSnaakie11 महीने पहले
    • ​@Snaakie Because Albons driving style is more similar to Max. Maybe Alex is also more capable to adapt different kind of cars and environments and he also may be more talented driver (I'm not saying that he is, I say he MAY BE, I don't have enough knowledge to evaluate that).

      lasse nikulainenlasse nikulainen11 महीने पहले
    • So why is Albon?

      SnaakieSnaakie11 महीने पहले
    • Wheredid you get that from?

      Bugsy MaloneBugsy Malone11 महीने पहले
  • That

    Tyler SparkmanTyler Sparkman11 महीने पहले
    • That other guy give damon chance to talk he s fi champ

      Tyler SparkmanTyler Sparkman11 महीने पहले
  • Why does that guy on the right sounds like Mickey Mouse?

    BlueFlag AlphaBlueFlag Alpha11 महीने पहले
    • Andy - that made me giggle that did, I’ve just started listening to this as I type and I’m not sure I can continue having that thought in mind lol.

      Connor O'BrienConnor O'Brien11 महीने पहले
    • Sounds like the geezer who played Viktor Bryukhanov in Chernobyl.

      Andy -Andy -11 महीने पहले
    • 😂🤣😂

      S. D. H. 3TS. D. H. 3T11 महीने पहले
  • I mean, Leclerc has only been in a top team for a year now, Verstappen has been with RB since 2016! Cut Charles some slack here Jesus

    No PomegranatesNo Pomegranates11 महीने पहले
    • @Mike Spearwood You are delusional. I never said anything about Max's passing. I said there was a rule, and it was dropped, and you're defending the dropped rule. There was never any threat of a demolition derby, in fact, the racing was getting stale. (Edit) And Ferraris don't need Max to sabotage their cars.

      brippiebrippie10 महीने पहले
    • @brippie You are dimwitted! Nobody cared about Verstappen passing them, it was his attitude towards preventing cars overtaking his car, preferring to sabotage cars rather than let them pass: THAT was the issue with Max Verstappen's driving!

      Mike SpearwoodMike Spearwood10 महीने पहले
    • ​@Mike Spearwood You're a naive hater. If this is the case and it was fair, then why was it dropped? Because it impeded racing. I know we're quite used to having Ferraris ending up behind Max but back then it was a bit of a shock.

      brippiebrippie10 महीने पहले
    • @brippie You're a silly fanboy. The issue was his moving under braking was unfair, as he was aiming to sabotage others out of spite, rather than let other faster cars pass him fair and square. If everyone has that attitude, you basically end up with a demolition derby, and not a race!

      Mike SpearwoodMike Spearwood10 महीने पहले
    • @Mike Spearwood That's not why the Verstappen rule was initiated. But I understand your confusion, people are crying foul with every overtake he makes. And that's because he overtakes a lot of people.

      brippiebrippie10 महीने पहले
  • Nico only became WDC because lewis blew his engine in Malesia BULLSHIT! He won the championship because he had the most points at the end.

    rikkierikkierikkierikkie11 महीने पहले
    • @Robert Arthold Where did i claim that? Thank's for a reaction that makes no sense...

      rikkierikkierikkierikkie11 महीने पहले
    • If yoi dont get WDC with but'ts and if's, then acept that Lewis Hamilton is a six time WDC with out but'ts and if's aswell!

      Robert ArtholdRobert Arthold11 महीने पहले
    • Brian Ligat totally 👍

      The KitOwlThe KitOwl11 महीने पहले
    • @Brian Ligat You don't become World Champion in F1 with if's and but's.

      rikkierikkierikkierikkie11 महीने पहले
    • That blown engine CAUSED a 32 point swing to Nico. If Lewis had won that race (as he was on course to do) he would have won the WDC by 27 points.

      Brian LigatBrian Ligat11 महीने पहले
  • Why is this interviewer there? Damon and Karun are both broadcasters, they can have a chat and it’d be interesting, non-interruptive and their voices can actually be understood.

    KryzMastaKryzMasta11 महीने पहले
    • I'm an Aussie so don't really care for polished overtones. Yeah he is a bit difficult to understand but at least he is knowledgable, asks genuinely insightful questions and is in tune with the flow of conversation. The same can't be said for the tall posh bloke who usually cohosts interviews on this channel and I'm absolutely thrilled he doesn't feature here.

      GetUpFalconGetUpFalcon11 महीने पहले
  • We say in Holland, that is the Max factor..!

    Antonius vd KlisAntonius vd Klis11 महीने पहले
  • The climate has always changed (since before there were people) ; the Government's desire for Tax (and unquestioning submission to a higher power) never has

    Tj930Tj93011 महीने पहले
    • What a dumbass comment! Taxes is a good thing especially when there are 7 billion of us on this tiny rock. But it doesn't work when the biggest corporations don't pay taxes!

      BUYMOREBUYMORE10 महीने पहले
  • Haha... Damon is his father's son 😁👍

    Tj930Tj93011 महीने पहले
  • I think you forget that in 2017 the complaint was that F1 cars were too easy to drive and GP2 drivers could jump straight in, as GP2 cars could almost match the pace.

    Tj930Tj93011 महीने पहले
    • ArmAMajor F1 doesn’t have traction control.

      Michael S240F360Michael S240F36011 महीने पहले
    • Remove traction control or power steering and the problem is solved.

      ArmAMajorArmAMajor11 महीने पहले
  • Surely having got Damon and Karun down and set up all the seats and lighting then why restrict this to a paltry hour ? It was just getting up to a nice canter when Arron announced there were five minutes left before handing over to the audience. In this day and age it is so easy to get a question from each ticket buying member of the audience beforehand and then select the best handful . I think these unnecessary constrictions really made Arron flap . He’s not a natural when it comes to live situations and this situation made him not so good . I understand there were probably constraints placed on you by the broader event this podcast took place within but this could have been a brilliant and fascinating podcast.

    John BramwellJohn Bramwell11 महीने पहले
    • AGREED... THEY NEED TO GET A BETTER HOST FOR THESE GREAT INTERVIEWS AND PODCASTS ETC... They have a good platform,... they aren't making the best use of it ...

      RaptorV1USARaptorV1USA11 महीने पहले
  • The racing was NOT DULL during refueling. Refueling added another variable that made it exciting to watch races and allowed smaller teams to start higher up the grid which made the start of races far more unpredictable.

    Ciaron SmithCiaron Smith11 महीने पहले
    • @RaptorV1USA Martin Brundle said it added an element of surprise that is sorely lacking now. Not sure where you get your information from "USA". Aren't you lost?

      Ciaron SmithCiaron Smith11 महीने पहले
    • @Ciaron Smith it is mostly true and you know it. Most every single respected F1 writer with direct experience of these years has said the same thing it became a mileage and pitstop management formula, and didnt provide great racing on a consistent basis. Also, how can driving to a fuel mileage formula be "Purer" its just like we've had in recent years where they are all driving to manage the tire life and "on" phase.... Vs actually racing each other & the track..

      RaptorV1USARaptorV1USA11 महीने पहले
    • @Ciaron Smith how is it purer racing? It's just a different type of racing.

      coolwhiproflcoolwhiprofl11 महीने पहले
    • @coolwhiprofl No. That is not true and it was purer racing than now hence not dull. You just have ADD?

      Ciaron SmithCiaron Smith11 महीने पहले
    • Overtakes during refueling was almost exclusively done in the pits and hardly ever on track. That is the definition of dull racing.

      coolwhiproflcoolwhiprofl11 महीने पहले
  • Very entertaing and informative broadcast, so thank you. Also liked the preview broadcast. keep up these good videos!

    The fleeing dutchmanThe fleeing dutchman11 महीने पहले
  • I don't know about electrical engineers, but they could have used a better sound engineer...

    James CroisdaleJames Croisdale11 महीने पहले
  • Go Bottas and Norris....although I'm gonna love Hamilton beating Schumachers records.

    Trance 9Trance 911 महीने पहले
  • Terrible sound.

    ImausrIImausrI11 महीने पहले
  • Who are we kidding. Mercedes will not let Bottas win next season. They want their golden boy to tie Schumacher's record in their car.

    Willy HwangWilly Hwang11 महीने पहले
    • Mercedes had taken Hamilton's chief engineer of 6 years and gave him to Bottas and all of Hamilton's data and car setup was fed to Bottas. Hamilton had to learn how to win without getting pole, so sorry hater no matter how mercedes tried to reply 2016 Bottas fell flat.

      THE sun AndrewsTHE sun Andrews11 महीने पहले
    • Willy Hwang if bottas is faster he can make them leave no other choice

      HerreDePerreHerreDePerre11 महीने पहले
  • I have said many times that lap times are utterly irrelevant to racing. Give me more power than aero every day and twice on a Sunday.

    HouseyHousey11 महीने पहले
    • @Megatron I suspect 10 years before your birth I was at a race track. It helps to have experience over a keyboard and some meme's.

      HouseyHousey11 महीने पहले
    • ​@Tj930 Misses the point I am making. No one outside of a handful of people can tell the difference between a 5 second lap difference at a race track. What they do notice is noise, action, how the cars act and look. My point is for spectacle lap time is irrelevant. CanAm was a great example of that, Group B another. Modern Rally cars are quicker than Group B over a stage, but Group B was more special.

      HouseyHousey11 महीने पहले
    • I understand the sentiment. But if we substitute the word "technology" for "lap time", would you still feel the same way? I mean, by your formula, we could get rid of all the aero and have barely any power 😉 Turn it into a running race, cycle, or horse race? Even touring cars is quite boring these days - lots of 'who cares?' overtaking and artifice with the structure of the championship. F1 is meant to be the highest level. Quick cars help reinforce that message.

      Tj930Tj93011 महीने पहले
    • don't do drugs

      MegatronMegatron11 महीने पहले
  • Boring to keep hearing them talk about Ferrari engine illegalities, Abudhabi sectors 1 & 2 amazing speed was consistent with their season long top speed advantage and sector 3 also consistent with their slow speed 90 degree corners weaknesses; exactly the same behavior for both cars

    Rafael Perez DiazRafael Perez Diaz11 महीने पहले
    • @HerreDePerre In Singapore they found it right package so they win it. About your accusation (No wing in Monza set up), did you knew Lewis Hamilton always saying 'Charles is quicker than us (him and Bottas) in Monza, fanboy? That Lewis Hamilton also saying Ferrari has Jet mode engine in Russia GP and that Russia GP held after Italy (Monza) GP. How dare you spreading a fake accusation by saying Ferrari drivers driving with no wing to cover their loss straight line speed IN MONZA, fanboy? So, you think Lewis Hamilton talked bull shits in Spa, Monza and Russia when he compliment Ferrari engine as Jet Mode engine insane?

      sianne ribkah meliawaty Handayanisianne ribkah meliawaty Handayani11 महीने पहले
    • @HerreDePerre Vettel inform them about it but no one believe it. They stay confident to SF90. Anything changing when Charles having problem with the engine and gain 3rd position in Bahrain GP. Since that Ferrari understood they are making wrong car that slower in corners and complicated to drive. Since that Ferrari always coming to any racing track with new up grade parts. They try to fix their car problems but always FAIL. They change it several times (like gambling, i think) from Azerbaijan GP, French GP until Singapore GP. www.motorsport.com/f1/news/ferrari-reveals-upgrades-azerbaijan-sf90/4375637/

      sianne ribkah meliawaty Handayanisianne ribkah meliawaty Handayani11 महीने पहले
    • @HerreDePerre I knew talking to a fanboy will getting useless debates. But i couldn't kept silent also when they are spreading rumors as a fact! So, here i am trying to defend a fact. Ferrari actually had already lose when Vettel hit the barrier in 2nd day Barcelona Pirelli test. SF90 at that time uncontrollable by Vettel because mechanical failure. www.gpfans.com/en/articles/4329/vettel-crashes-in-barcelona-test/

      sianne ribkah meliawaty Handayanisianne ribkah meliawaty Handayani11 महीने पहले
    • @HerreDePerre Do you think Max Verstappen will winning and gain full promotion from F1 and whoever if Honda didn't up graded the engine 6 times ONLY in this session? I counting well about it from Azerbaijan GP, Canada GP, French GP, Spain (only Max) GP, Italia GP and Russia GP. Record for one team up graded engine to boosting Max and Red Bull drivers performance in this year. Should got reward also!

      sianne ribkah meliawaty Handayanisianne ribkah meliawaty Handayani11 महीने पहले
    • Rafael Perez Diaz no they drove with no wing (monza setup) to cover their los of straightline speed

      HerreDePerreHerreDePerre11 महीने पहले
  • 6 time world champion and still banging on about how immature he was a decade ago.

    Peter MoorePeter Moore11 महीने पहले
    • @David Macdonald I actually don't disagree that Alonso is overrated. Hamilton is better but 6 world titles? That is too much.

      Ciaron SmithCiaron Smith11 महीने पहले
    • @utubedano Thanks for that valid contribution.

      Ciaron SmithCiaron Smith11 महीने पहले
    • Ciaron Smith, shame to read your comments.... just saying

      utubedanoutubedano11 महीने पहले
    • @David Macdonald Raikkonen humiliated Coulthard in 2003, Montoya in 2005 and 2006, DeLaRosa in 2006, Grosjean in 2012, Gio in 2019. Won twice as many races as Massa in 2007 too and outqualified Seb at 37 years old in 2016.

      Ciaron SmithCiaron Smith11 महीने पहले
    • @Ciaron Smith Meh. Hamilton was in the inferior car those years - Alonso, perhaps the most overrated driver of the last 20 years, had already been humiliated by Hamilton - when he was a rookie! Raikkonen has never humiliated anyone and has been past his best for at least ten years.

      David MacdonaldDavid Macdonald11 महीने पहले
  • Excellent guys, good job

    nijlenijle11 महीने पहले
  • I'm 5min in and this guy doesn't seem to shut his mouth.. WTF! Okay luckily the guy took his pills

    Maximize33Maximize3311 महीने पहले
  • I think 2019 was the best of the turbo hybrid era

    SupozedVirusSupozedVirus11 महीने पहले
    • It was a crap season. The championship was decided before we got to the midpoint. It became acceptable to be in total control of your and ram your opponent off the track to take the win but if you have no control and you don't hit anything you get a penalty. Someone is going to get hurt soon with these types of insane decisions. One of it's multiple Champions has profen he was a fraud and not that good a driver, one of the biggest teams did it's best to screw the future of the team over as much as they could ,the cars and engines are awful for racing and the whole show was a big disappointment. Some of the midfield battles at times were not bad and my Williams hit an all time low. I have been watching the WEC GTE cars since the summer and it is way more entertaining. I really can not see me forking out so much money for pay TV to watch another season of crap. The only real surprise was Ferrari's shock victory at Singapore, I never saw that coming

      The Arsenal MisfitThe Arsenal Misfit11 महीने पहले
    • Not sure. French gp was the best.

      mircea miclosmircea miclos11 महीने पहले
  • 1rst but on a non gaming vid

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