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PODCAST - PUBLISHED ON AUGUST 26TH 2011
The AUTOSPORT Podcast 2011
The AUTOSPORT Podcast is back and it's better than ever as editor-in-chief Andrew van de Burgt, magazine editor Charles Bradley and news editor Glenn Freeman join Henry Hope-Frost in the booth to discuss the season so far

Podcast

In the studio at AUTOSPORT Towers, we take an in-depth look at F1 2011. There's a debate on whether the new rules have worked, and insight from grand prix editor Mark Hughes direct from Belgium with his latest take on the season.

Then there is a discussion about the latest F1 news, including Bruno Senna at Renault, Kimi Raikkonen's impending return to racing, a Robert Kubica injury update and our thoughts on Michael Schumacher 20 years on from his F1 debut. Can he still hack it?

We also have a chat with rally correspondent David Evans after a turbulent Rally Deutschland, plus the latest insight into GP3 and IndyCar Series.

And if all that's not enough, there's the chance to win two tickets to the AUTOSPORT 6 Hours at Silverstone.

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  FEATURES FROM AUG 25, 2011 - AUG 31, 2011
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In the Magazine: How the F1 field stacks up so far
Windtunnel tyres: Pirelli's secret weapon
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Ten great grand prix debuts
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Zoom In: Belgian Grand Prix
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Setting the scene for Belgium
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Deconstructing Formula 1: The front wing
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The AUTOSPORT Podcast 2011
David Coulthard's Belgian GP preview
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All bets are off - but Red Bull looks strong
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Why Webber is the only choice for Red Bull
By Edd Straw
Five themes to watch for at Spa
By Edd Straw
Why new Renault 3.5 could be an F1 star-maker
By Peter Mills
The complete 2011 Belgian GP review
By Edd Straw and Matt Beer
Schumacher still breaking records at Spa
By Michele Merlino
Why Red Bull pushed its cambers to the limit
By Gary Anderson
How fortune favoured the brave at Spa
By Tony Dodgins
We rate the drivers after Belgium
By Edd Straw
Lee McKenzie: The magic of Spa
By Lee McKenzie
Behind the scenes at Spa
By Jonathan Noble
The Red Bull Pirelli saga: What really happened
By Adam Cooper
Giorgio Pantano: Last chance saloon
By Mark Glendenning
Bamber's Week
By Jim Bamber
How Senna has revived Renault
By Jonathan Noble
Why Indy must stay on the MotoGP calendar
By Toby Moody
Time to give Andretti the credit he deserves
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