Episode #262: The Winds Of Change

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In the 2nd part of the Doubleheader, we say goodbye to Williams, say hello to Jimmie Johnson in an IndyCar, and Sergio Perez saying goodbye to Racing Point. Full setlist is down below:

The end of Williams as we know as the Williams family (Sir Frank and Claire, plus CEO Mike O’Driscoll) leaves the sport after Monza as new managers at Dorliton Capital group take over;
Simon Roberts assumes control as new deputy team principal – new board includes Dorilton co-founder Matthew Savage and Darren Fultz, as well as former racing driver James Matthews – and Graeme Lowdon is involved somehow?

Renault announces a new rebranding as “Alpine” for 2021. Fernando orders 14 new cap designs. RJ needs to come up with a blueberry-centric bet for 2021 if they cash in. Sergio “Checo” Perez is leaving at the end of 2020, your bosses are not your friends, and Aston Martin are probably gonna sign Vettel, unless of course they don’t. Ahem.

BOOM! Confetti! Jimmie Johnson makes two-year Indycar deal with Ganassi official! IndyCar is back this weekend at Mid-Ohio with a capacity of 6k!

World Superbikes: Michael Ruben Rinaldi shocks the world and dominates Race 1 as Redding makes first major error and crashes from 3rd. Redding takes Revenge and takes the Superpole win, Rea wins Race 2 in a “We have less power than you” masterclass!

World Supersports Real Quick: Andrea Locatelli doubles up and takes 9th straight win, Jules Cluzel breaks leg in horrid Rafaelle De Rosa crash at Turn 1

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