F1Weekly Podcast #283 (06-11-2008)

 

 

Weber’s Next Wonder: From Emmerich in Germany and rich in talent, we are pleased to present an exclusive interview with Nico Hülkenberg on Podcast 283. This season he is in good hands, managed by Willi Weber he is competing in Nicholas Todt’s ART team in F3 Euroseries and is also the test driver for AT&T Williams team. There are no dropped calls on his career, achievements include karting championships in Italy and Germany, total domination of the 2006/2007 A1GP season and victory in the prestigious Zandvoort Masters of Formula 3 last year at Zolder. For more information on his career please visit www.nico-huelkenberg.com

LE MANS UPDATE:

Wee Bit Scot: This is what happens when racing drivers are given the ‘hard’ task of photo journalism. Alan McNish at Le Mans, thanks to Autosport, took this snap. Below is his own caption on Autosport website.

"It’s the start of the second qualifying day and as you can see I have woken up in a good mood! I have a great feeling about today, and I know we are more competitive than the timesheets have suggested so far."

Amazing he still lost the pole to Peugeot.

 

Podcast # 283!

Will the USGP really ever come back?
Renault focuses on 2009.
Motorsports Mondial with Nasir Hameed.
Interview special with Nico Hulkenberg.

 

Practice times in Barcelona:

 

Times
01 N. Piquet jr. Renault 01:20.076 112 laps
02 P. de la Rosa McLaren 01:20.402 82 laps
03 L. Badoer Ferrari 01:20.680 63 laps
04 M. Webber Red Bull 01:21.037 92 laps
05 T. Glock Toyota 01:21.158 86 laps
06 N. Heidfeld BMW 01:21.672 83 laps
07 R. Barrichello Honda 01:21.672 83 laps
08 N. Hulkenberg Williams 01:21.674 60 laps
09 S. Vettel Scuderia Toro Rosso 01:21.880 72 laps