Formula One podcast: Ferrari ahead in 'junior driver’ game and are Red Bull in talks with Mick Schumacher?

In this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we wonder if Red Bull are already in talks with Mick Schumacher? There's going to be a race to sign him – who will win this one?

Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah September 21, 2018 17:50:16 IST
Formula One podcast: Ferrari ahead in 'junior driver’ game and are Red Bull in talks with Mick Schumacher?

Helmut Marko has denied being in talks with Mick Schumacher to join the Red Bull Junior Driver program. Could this actually be a hint that Red Bull are already in talks with the young Schumacher? There's going to be a race to sign him – who will win this one?

In this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we have Ashley giving us a brief summary of the Singapore Grand Prix and her experiences from the Marina Bay Circuit. Also, we discuss the ‘mini race’ in Miami, how Ferrari may have beaten Red Bull and Mercedes to the ‘junior driver’ game, if Formula E is already using the ‘concept 3’ Formula 1 car and if a certain Flavio could be the ambassador for Formula 1’s newly announced betting partnership. Tune in!

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