Episode 39

Published on:

22nd Apr 2021

Formula 1 And On and On...

In this episode, Chris and Marty get geeky about Formula 1 with a deep dive into the latest season of Netflix's Drive to Survive, plus reviews of both 1966's Grand Prix and 2013's F1: Life on the Limit.

But first, Fast 9 is gearing up for release with a rather silly trailer, Motortrend TV is closing outside the US and becoming part of Discovery+ (and you can get 12 months subscription to Discovery+ free in the UK with Sky VIP), and we give our thoughts on season 3 of the Netflix hit Drive to Survive!

In this episode Chris is finally watching John Frankenheimer's Grand Prix (1966) for the first time, and Marty revisits an old favourite documentary 1: Life on the Limit.

In 'What has Henry Catchpole been up to this week?' the answer is driving the rather pretty Peugeot 508.

For their YouTube picks, Chris went with a Behind the Scenes video on the Driftworks Lamborghini GT1 inspired Murcielago, and if you haven't watched the Driftworks channel it is well worth a look. Marty chose the excellent, though largely overlooked, Alex Brundle racing classics, and while his channel pick is the Tavarish sister channel Wrench Every Day.

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The podcast about cars and motorsport in film and TV.
On the Automovie Pocast we discuss cars and motorsport in films and TV, and geek out about all things automotive on the big and small screen.

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