F1’s Beyond The Grid podcast is back after the summer break with German fan favourite, and three-time Grand Prix winner, Heinz-Harald Frentzen as the guest.

    He tells host Tom Clarkson all about his eventful decade in Formula 1, which saw him drive for Sauber, Williams, Jordan, Prost and Arrows from 1994 to 2003. There’s also some intriguing tales along the way from his time in the sport.

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    Among his stories, Frentzen talks about his sacking by Eddie Jordan halfway through the 2001 season, how telling Ron Dennis a bad joke cost him a move to McLaren and why his 1999 championship challenge collapsed.

    He also talks about the friendship he forged with seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher, and much more.

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    To listen to Frentzen’s Beyond The Grid interview hit go on the player above or head here to catch it on your preferred platform.