Welcome at RacingNews365

Become part of the largest racing community in the United Kingdom. Create your free account now!

  • Share your thoughts and opinions about F1
  • Win fantastic prizes
  • Get access to our premium content
  • Take advantage of more exclusive benefits
Sign in

F1 podcast The RacingNews365 Formula 1 podcast

RacingNews365.com's regular Formula 1 podcast, hosted by Nick Golding and featuring the views and insights of RacingNews365's lead editor Ian Parkes and F1 journalist Samuel Coop. All the latest news, race reviews and opinions from the world of F1 with a new episode every week.

RN365 Formula 1 Podcast

Formula 1 is immensely popular, and podcasts continue to be a trend we see this year as well. RacingNews365 has combined the best of both worlds and brings you a new Formula 1 podcast every week.

In this podcast, numerous topics are discussed, such as:

  • Reviewing and/or previewing Formula 1 races
  • Sharp analysis and background information
  • Addressing interesting F1 statements
  • The original RacingNews365 question round, where F1 fans can also contribute

F1 experts Ian Parkes and Samuel Coop take you on an enthusiastic, honest, and sincere journey into the world of Formula 1 every week. The F1 podcast is hosted by Nick Golding.

Formula 1 podcast

How can I listen to the F1 Podcast?

You can listen to the podcast through the following channels:

Our own website (this page)



Google Podcasts


In the overview above, you will find a list of all podcasts. To listen to the podcast, click on the respective item. There will be a brief introduction about what is being discussed. You can then listen to the podcast at the bottom of the article.

How long is the Formula 1 podcast?

The duration of the Formula 1 Podcast varies, but the average episode lasts about 45 minutes to an hour. Perfect for listening during your commute or while traveling by train, or take your time to enjoy it. Anything is possible!

Keep following this page to stay updated on the latest F1 podcasts.

RN365 F1 Podcast
RESULTS Renault considers quitting as F1 engine supplier to Alpine