Ahead of this week's United States Grand Prix it's an absolute pleasure to welcome aboard one of the most venerable voices in sports broadcasting, NBC Formula One analyst David Hobbs. David has announced motorsports on American television for over 35 years and moved to NBC this year with the network's Formula One coverage. In this podcast, we chat with David about this year's season, his history in television, and much more including…
-The history making 1979 Daytona 500 as the first live 500 mile NASCAR race to be televised.
-Motorsports on television throughout the years.
-This year's Formula One season and the dominance of 4 time champ Sebastian Vettel. Also, why are fans lashing out at him.
-Whether we've seen anything like Vettel in the history of motorsports.
-The relationship between car and driver in F1.
-This weekend's US Grand Prix in Austin and the success of the event.
-Formula One in the states.
-How an American driver might be able to break into the series.
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