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by on May 9, 2012

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So too @PeterDWindsor. Be sure to catch #TheFlyingLap weekly.

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I joined Peter windsor via phone to review the changes to the cars at the end of the second day of testing.  My section commences at 49 minutes, although I suggest you enjoy watching the entire episode.


As Formula 1 runs its first in-season test in the Pirelli era, we are delighted to be joined live on-line by Paul Hembery, Director of Motorsport for Pirelli. No stranger to The Flying Lap – or to New Media – Paul is respected up and down the pit lane not only for his knowledge and managerial skill but also for his obvious passion for the sport. We’ll be talking to Paul about the season so far and about one of the key characteristics of the first four races – the relatively small “operating window” of the Pirelli compound combinations; and we’ll be looking at all the latest trends from the Mugello test…

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