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Rodney Gordon

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Co-host/producer of the Superlicense F1 Podcast

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January 2014
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Melbourne, Australia
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Ferrari exposed extreme pace in Melbourne: Mercedes should be worried

Ferrari exposed extreme pace in Melbourne: Mercedes should be worried

28 Mar 2017

This weekend’s Australian Grand Prix was a rude awakening for reigning constructors’ champions Mercedes.

Gutted Ricciardo a spectator, while Ferrari return triumphant

Gutted Ricciardo a spectator, while Ferrari return triumphant

27 Mar 2017

This year’s Australian Grand Prix answered some questions but raised even more for Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull.

Ricciardo’s hope of victory dashed after nightmare qualifying

Ricciardo's hope of victory dashed after nightmare qualifying

26 Mar 2017

A disastrous qualifying session for Daniel Ricciardo has left him classified in P10 for tomorrow’s race. Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel will share the front row of the grid, setting up a thrilling battle between Mercedes and Ferrari heading into Turn 1.

Australian F1 GP: Hamilton confirms his dominance ahead of Vettel in opening practice

Australian F1 GP: Hamilton confirms his dominance ahead of Vettel in opening practice

25 Mar 2017

Lewis Hamilton threw down the gauntlet during Free Practice 2 at Albert Park setting a fastest lap of 1:23.620.

Ricciardo ready to roar as F1’s fastest cars return to Albert Park

Ricciardo ready to roar as F1's fastest cars return to Albert Park

24 Mar 2017

You can sum up the atmosphere of Formula One’s opening race of the season with one word: optimism.

Formula One season in review Part 2: Three drivers who under-promised and over-delivered

Formula One season in review Part 2: Three drivers who under-promised and over-delivered

14 Dec 2016

To cleanse the palette after last week’s look at the underachievers from Formula One season 2016, it’s time to unveil the three drivers who left the greatest mark on the year.