Formula One podcast: Will president Donald Trump attend and tweet about United States Grand Prix?

With Donald Trump, Usain Bolt, Michael Buffer and a variety of musical acts, the United States Grand Prix could be setting a new benchmark for Formula 1.

Mithila Mehta and Kunal Shah October 20, 2017 20:15:06 IST
Formula One podcast: Will president Donald Trump attend and tweet about United States Grand Prix?

Will Donald Trump attend the 2017 United States Grand Prix? If he does, would he tweet about Formula 1? After all, that's one thing he's really good at. In this week's episode, we put their creative hats on and tell you what Trump could tweet on Formula 1. Well, if he did.

Also, could Fernando Alonso have won the 2017 Drivers' Championship with Ferrari? With Usain Bolt, Michael Buffer and a variety of musical acts, the United States Grand Prix could be setting a new benchmark for Formula 1. Tune in!

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