The NR F1 Podcast: 2017 Azerbaijan Formula 1 Grand Prix Review | Walking Weapon Lance Stroll comes of age, as does Baku
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The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings you its 2017 Azerbaijan Formula 1 Grand Prix Review.
Sweet lord, what did we witness? One of the grand prix greats is the answer. The pod had questioned the Baku circuit before this year's race. They question it no more.
The same can be said of F1's Walking Weapon too, as Lance Stroll took his Formula 1 reputation to a whole new level with his efforts in Azerbaijan.
Edition 177 of The NR F1 Podcast covers all that plus errant head rests, Sebastian Vettel's road rage and Force India paying the ultimate price.
It really was a race for the ages – and the crew manage to sum it up in under 45 minutes. That's no mean feat in itself.
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