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June 24, 2013 @ 2:11 pm

iF1 Interview - Ross Brawn

Having withstood the International Tribunal's questioning over Mercedes 'private tyre test', Ross Brawn faced an even tougher line of questioning when left in a room with Mat Coch.

With microphones running the pair produce an explosive, no holds barred interview where Coch refuses to allow Brawn chance to relax. The determined Australian, clearly with a bone to pick, subjects the Mercedes boss to an uncomfortable and difficult line of questioning centered around the non-infamous tyre test.

Brawn works hard to stay on message though it makes for fascinating listening as he struggles his way through two and a half minutes of intense questioning.
June 17, 2013 @ 8:22 am

iF1 Interview - Jenson Button

He's endured a difficult start to the 2013 season; though speaking with Mat Coch is probably the toughest so far.

Jenson Button, the 2009 world champion, spoke with Coch in a revealing interview as the pair discuss McLaren's woes this year while not shying away from the difficult questions.

The interview goes a long way to reveal the true atmosphere at McLaren, and more importantly, just what Button thinks of new teammate Sergio Perez and team radio.

June 10, 2013 @ 12:15 pm

Grand Prix Review: Rd7, Canada

Conspiracy theories abound after Canada as Glen Crompton suggests Formula One will have a new tyre supplier for 2014, while not holding back his disappointment of Geido van der Garde. With editor Chris Balfe still missing, last seen jumping a fence on a Harley Davidson in Brackley, Mat Coch tries hard to keep countryman Crompo in line, though it's questionable whether he succeeds.

June 2, 2013 @ 2:16 pm

iF1 Interview - Pirelli

After they were left unsupervised in the Pitpass recording studio during the post-Monaco podcast, Glen Crompton and Mat Coch have once again run amok creating the first in a series of podcasts they've labelled the 'iF1 Interviews'.

In the first interview the duo tackles all the biggest topics relating to tyres without shying away from the controversial. With Crompo impersonating Paul Hembery, badly, Coch fires off a string of hard hitting questions aimed at understanding the current situation.

At less than three minutes it is also far shorter and easier to listen to than any Justin Bieber song, and probably twice as interesting.

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