Podcast: Expanded Autosport Podcast coverage for 2021

Autosport is delighted to reveal plans for expanded coverage from the Autosport Podcast in 2021, and introduce a new voice joining its team to cover Formula 1 weekend action.

Podcast: Expanded Autosport Podcast coverage for 2021

The daily F1 weekend podcasts that Autosport began producing in 2020 will now be hosted by motorsport broadcaster Ariana Bravo.

Bravo is an experienced motorsport podcaster, who currently co-hosts the ‘Driven by Diversity Podcast’, which shines the spotlight on a range of individuals from underrepresented backgrounds and discusses their journey into motorsport, with the hope of inspiring others from similar backgrounds.

Over the past year, Bravo has been involved in presenting several F1-related events, including being a host for the ‘Meet the Women of Formula 1’ series, organised by Girls on Track UK and F1.

Away from F1 race weekend coverage, the Autosport podcast will produce additional shows that will be presented by various members of our editorial team.

This will include dedicated episodes on the various motorsport championships that Autosport reports on and a new weekly show discussing the topical feature that occupies the main cover slot in Autosport magazine each week, which will be presented by grand prix editor, Alex Kalinauckas, and Autosport chief editor, Kevin Turner.

You can listen to the latest podcast using the player below, or by downloading via all good audio platforms including Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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