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2011 FOTA Fans' Forum Milan podcast
This year's third FOTA Fans' Forum took place at Pirelli's HQ in the centre of Milan. AUTOSPORT was there and you can listen in to exclusive interviews with Nico Rosberg, Jarno Trulli, Stefano Domenicali and Paul Hembery here
FOTA forum milan

The third FOTA Fans' Forum took place at Pirelli's HQ in Milan ahead of the Italian Grand Prix.

Following events in Montreal and Great Britain, it proved to be another success as some of F1's biggest names talked about a wide range of topics - including the development of F1 cars, ticket prices, future tyre regulations, what drivers get up to the night before a race, and the future of Italian racing drivers.

After the Forum, Nico Rosberg, Jarno Trulli, Pirelli's Paul Hembery and Ferrari's team principal Stefano Domenicali spoke to AUTOSPORT for an exclusive podcast to discuss the event, FOTA's interaction with the fans and their highlights from the evening.

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