Great show with Natalie Pinkham, Peter Windsor and Zac Brown.

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Part 2 of the Dutton Garage interview with Peter Windsor, conducted the day after the 2016 Australian GP. Subjects range from Peter’s passion for F1 to how he sees the future of the sport. Dutton Garage, based in Melbourne, is a boutique classic car dealer and restorer.

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In early March this year, Peter Windsor was invited by Dutton Garage, the boutique classic car restorer and dealer in Melbourne, Australia, to talk about life, racing and the universe. This, in two parts, was the result.  

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In the final part of his post-Monza reflections, Peter Windsor looks at the frenetic GP2 and GP3 races, the first of which resulted in a stunning win for Antonio Giovinazzi. After qualifying P2 but starting from the back of the grid (after one of his tyre pressures was found to be fractionally lower than the […]

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Continuing his Monza reflections on the Monday morning after the race, Peter Windsor looks at the two major driver announcements from the weekend – Felipe Massa’s imminent retirement and a McLaren race seat for Stoffel Vandoorne.

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As he continues his drive across northern Italy, Peter Windsor applauds Daniel Ricciardo’s drive to fifth place for Red Bull – his class win, as it were. Peter also looks at the weekend’s tech developments from Mercedes and Red Bull plus some of the other stellar drives of the day.

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Even the Italian fans knew that Merc would be impossible to beat at Monza – and were delighted that Ferrari delivered the next-best-thing. The red cars took the second row in qualifying and finished three-four in the race. Peter Windsor, driving home on the Monday after the race, looks at the recent upturn in performance […]

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‘He is the only guy that can take the Formula 1 image, the brand, to a different level, and to a higher, wider level.’ Peter Windsor explains why this is the case. Peter is the former Sporting Director of the US F1 Team and a Formula One journalist.

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Fernando Alonso and Nico Hulkenberg enlivened the Spa pit-lane with some impressive wheel-banging. Peter Windsor applauds.

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Peter Windsor analyses the first-corner accident in the Belgian GP 2016. Max Verstappen went for an inside gap; Seb Vettel, on the outside, looked for an apex; and Kimi, trying to avoid them both, was trapped…

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