Eric Boullier has enjoyed a wonderfully varied career in Formula 1, as Team Principal with Renault and then Lotus, Racing Director at McLaren and Managing Director of the French Grand Prix. Here, he talks about his memorable moments during his stay in the sport. 0:00 Introduction
2:17 On the cancellation of the 2020 French Grand Prix and the 2021 event
9:14 Could Eric have won the title with Renault in 2013?
12:50 Managing ‘genius’ Kimi Raikkonen
15:20 Why hasn't Romain Grosjean won a Grand Prix?
17:47 Dealing with Grosjean’s crash at the 2012 Belgian Grand Prix
20:06 Robert Kubica’s talent: the fastest driver Eric’s ever worked with?
22:28 Tthe aftermath of Kubica’s rally crash in 2011
27:34 Eric on Jenson Button’s greatest strengths
28:35 Should Fernando Alonso have more than two world titles?
30:51 Alonso’s frustrations at McLaren
34:36 Boullier’s own racing debut in a tiny hatchback
37:00 Why McLaren was Eric’s ‘biggest challenge ever’
41:59 Mentoring today’s young French racing talents
44:33 Working on the 1500 horsepower Morand electric hypercar
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