Autosport's 2018 Formula 1 season review podcast released

Former grand prix driver Karun Chandhok joins us to review the 2018 Formula 1 season in the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast

Autosport's 2018 Formula 1 season review podcast released

Lewis Hamilton's world championship victory over Sebastian Vettel is discussed in detail, with some fascinating new insight into the twists and turns of the title fight.

Chandhok joins Jonathan Noble, Ben Anderson and Edd Straw for this lively discussion, which also includes a debate about Autosport's top 10 drivers of the season.

This is the second of two season review podcasts released by Autosport, following Gary Anderson's technical review.

Also featuring Jake Boxall-Legge, this takes an in-depth look at the battle between Ferrari and Mercedes, as well as the performance level of the other eight teams on the grid.

The Autosport Podcast is available to subscribe to free via iTunes and other podcast suppliers - simply search for 'Autosport'.

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