Playlist: 2018 Italian Grand Prix

Here’s our playlist for this year’s Italian Grand Prix featuring only Italian music from the seventies!

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Playlist: 2018 Australian Grand Prix

Inspired by Renault Sport F1, we are introducing playlists for the 2018 grand prix series. Here is the first set including monster tracks from The Saints, Icehouse and Tame Impala and titles like ‘Friday On My Mind’, ‘Metal Dance’, ‘Dead Radio’ and ‘Man With Golden Helmet’. 25 tracks, and two hours of vroom, vroom music!

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DJ EROK’s Home Coming Paddock Club Mix

We’re in the Lone Star State, Texas and the City of Austin for the 2015 United States Grand Prix – providing the soundtrack for the weekend? The Infiniti Red Bull Racing resident DJ EROK, back on home soil to hit the decks in our F1 Paddock Club.

So sit back, grab a Red Bull and enjoy the latest mix from EROK.

Bose Presents ‘The Soundtrack’ created by Lewis Hamilton and Spinz Beats

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Lewis Hamilton and Music Producer Spinz Beats met in a studio in London to create ‘The Soundtrack’, inspired by the sounds of the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team & RnB beats.




David Guetta – Dangerous (2014)

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David Guetta’s new single Dangerous directed by Jonas Åkerlund.

Depeche Mode at Yas Arena

Only a few hours until this field is full of fans and the sound of F1 cars is replaced by music. The Depeche Mode winter tour is about to

Ever the outsider, Martin Gore has no deep interest in following the big race before the band’s Abu Dhabi ­performance.“I don’t drive,” he says, then laughs. “I never had a licence and never took a driving lesson, so I may feel a bit odd around there.” [Source]







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Listen to the F1 powered track on the new Steve Mason album

‘The Last Of Heroes’ taps Mason’s love of dub, as bass and beats soundtrack the Brazilian-Portuguese commentary of a Formula 1 race between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost. It seems an odd allusion, until you remember that the privileged Senna, before his fatal crash, had intended to start a charitable organisation – and that, when it was established, posthumously, it would generate millions for social programmes. [Source]




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