Guys, a quick recommendation for y'all. I just love this podcast.
It comes out twice a week except on race weeks when there are two or three episodes over the weekend. The guys who put this together really know their F1, especially Nasser who is a veritable encyclopedia of historical F1 knowledge.
Most episodes are around an hour with some longer and some shorter. The race weekend podcasts contain blow-by-blow analysis of practice, qualifying and the race. Wednesday is more general analysis of the news plus "motorsports mondial" - a roundup of worldwide motorsport news - plus various little features. On non-race weekends the Friday episode can be a bit slow with an overly long reading of the latest motorsports news. In any episode you might hear a very interesting interview tacked on the end. The current episode has a good half hour-long interview with David Donohue (Mark's son and an excellent tin-top pilot himself) as well as a featurett on the history of the Renault F1 team and their creation of the first 1.5l Turbo F1 motor.
They still call it the F1Weekly podcast, though Bernie's lawyers recently forced them to change their URL to www.grandprixweekly.com. While you can subscribe to this with iTunes for use on your iPod, you can also listen to it directly on the site or download the mp3 for use on any mp3 player.
Anyhow - check it out. Two thumbs up for the F1Weekly podcast.