EDP Formula One Podcast – 2014 Chinese Grand Prix review

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton looked comfortable able in China. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton looked comfortable able in China.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
4:58 PM

The EDP F1 podcast takes a look back at this year’s Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai, after Lewis Hamilton completed his hat-trick of wins to underline Mercedes’ dominant start to the new season.

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Eastern Daily Press Formula One correspondent Michael Bailey and his panel of fans and analysts reflect on the drivers’ and constructors’ championship battles, Ferrari’s improved weekend and more comedy from Pastor Maldonado.

There is also the usual look at how the Norfolk marques of Caterham and Lotus are faring.

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