Autosport Podcast: Brazilian Grand Prix clashes and heroics

Formula 1

The Brazilian Grand Prix was one of the wildest races of Formula 1’s hybrid era, and provided plenty for the Autosport Podcast to debate.

Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell kick off with the collision between Ferrari team-mates Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, and whether it’s another sign of “petulance” from Vettel amid the intra-team threat.

They offer an alternative take on the Lewis Hamilton/Alex Albon clash, debating how Albon might’ve contributed to the tangle with a lapse in his usually excellent racecraft and why Hamilton could’ve been more contrite than he needed to be.

The stars of this extraordinary race get plenty of praise, with a full analysis of how winner Max Verstappen and podium heroes Pierre Gasly and Carlos Sainz Jr emerged on top at the end of a crazy afternoon.

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