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Formula 1

F1 braces for title showdown after Verstappen/Hamilton battle turns ugly

The RacingNews365.com F1 Podcast reviews the hugely dramatic Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, as Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton gear up for war in the season finale in Abu Dhabi.

Formula 1 Podcast
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The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at the new Jeddah Corniche Circuit was won by Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton, although it was a race that turned ugly as Hamilton and Max Verstappen clashed on track once again.

With the war between the drivers and the teams escalating on and off the track, the result has set up an epic showdown for this weekend in Abu Dhabi in a 'winner takes all' decider.

Are Hamilton and Mercedes now in the box seat, and is Verstappen's driving a sign of a desperate man as he scrambles to win his maiden title?

Analysing the hugely dramatic Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend are Formula 1 journalists Dieter Rencken, Mike Seymour and Thomas Maher, who also chat about Race Control's decision-making and whether Red Bull have a right to feel somewhat aggrieved by some of the calls against them in Jeddah.

Meanwhile, the RacingNews365.com podcast covers the circuit itself and whether it proved too dangerous for F1 after a weekend full of incidents, as well as looking ahead to how the Yas Marina race might unfold...

All these topics and more on the new RacingNews365.com podcast!

RN365 News dossier F1 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

The latest news about the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix straight from Jeddah.

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