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The Flying Lap, Episode 24: Monaco GP Debrief with Sebastien Buemi & Keith Collantine
June 1, 2011
Duration: 1:11:36
We are thrilled to have Scuderia Toro Rosso's Sebastien Buemi join us online today from Switzerland. Buemi took the F1 world by storm by driving from 16th to seventh in his Grand Prix debut (Melbourne, 2009) and since then has finished top-ten on a further ten occasions, culminating in an excellent race in last Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix (tenth from 16th on the grid). Born in Aigle, Switzerland, 23-year-old Sebastien made his name with some dramatic GP2 drives in adverse conditions. He led an F1 race for the first time in Canada, 2010, and has made it through to Q3 twice so far this year. In addition, returning to join us in the studio will be F1 Fanatic's Keith Collantine, fresh off his numerous Monaco updates from his well viewed blog. With drama, shunts, controversy and glamour, the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix was definitely one for the ages.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 32: Hungarian GP Debrief with F1 Fanatic & F1 Statistician Sean Kelly
August 3, 2011
Duration: 1:13:25
In Episode 32, Peter is joined in the studio by Keith Collantine, the editor and founder of one of the world's most successful F1 websites - F1 Fanatic. A passionate and knowledgable F1 enthusiast who embraced the new-media generation well ahead of his time, Keith is respected up and down the F1 pit-lane. He is joined by Sean Kelly (@virtualstatman), who is unquestionably F1's leading statistician as well as a budding author of detailed F1 books. An Englishman by birth, Sean is now based in San Diego, California. As the supplier of detailed statistics to several major TV networks, including SpeedTV and the BBC, Sean regularly attends races and joins us on The Flying Lap fresh from the Hungaroring. We look back at Jenson Button's phenomenal win in Hungary; we discuss the storm created by the news that British F1 fans will see only 50 per cent of the races live next year on the BBC; we look at the potential for Sky's F1 coverage; and we talk, too, about the ongoing Lotus litigation - something that was again in full view of the public in London's High Court last week.

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