Finally, Kimi gets the win. Once again, Vettel gets in a spin, and of course, Hamilton is set to win title number five at Mexico. John and David discuss the United States Grand Prix and look forward to this weekend's race in Mexico.
The topic of the new W series was the focus of attention for John and David in their news round up - in interesting discussion around the issue of segregation and progression unfolded. Review of the Japanese GP and preview of the US GP out soon!
Suzuka is a belter. Challenging both driver and machine, its combination of fast, flowing corners, elevation changes, and a big bag of complex and controversial history is unique. David and John discuss the year of Lauda vs Hunt. It's conclusion was witnessed at the Japanese Grand Prix.
John lays into the FIA and rails against team orders after the Russian Grand Prix. The lads discuss the end of Ferrari's title challenge, and they welcome back the Russian Torpedo to the world of F1! Preview of the Japanese GP out soon!
Russia is a controversial place. But so are many other places. We debate the validity of one versus the other and the concept once again of sportwashing. Beyond the politics of it all, we get into the Russian GP, and how if at all Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton may be stopped.
Lewis Hamilton continued his inexorable march towards this year's title as Sebastian Vettel lost further ground. Sergio Perez went mad and Singapore looked great but lacked a little. 2021 concept cars and more in our review episode!
Once again angry man Sergio Perez gets on the wrong side of everybody in a grand prix. On this occasion the Mexican takes his team mate out of the race early doors and subsequently uses his Force India as a pink missile on another driver. Here's our breakdown of his incident with Sergey Sirotkin.
A race everyone looks forward to. The night lights of Singapore await our grid of 20 drivers and it's one man in particular who desperately needs a result. Sebastian Vettel trails Lewis Hamilton in the Driver's Championship by 30 points. To put that in to perspective, he trailed Hamilton by just 29 after his cataclysmic first corner shunt at the same race last year. It's possibly now or never for the German.
The Italian Grand Prix was a white knuckle thrill ride that rivalled the best races of this season. Kimi Raikkonen came agonisingly close to a first race win in over 100 grand prix, Lewis Hamilton was stunning and Sebastian Vettel was spinning. Tension, tactics, and drama. This is some season.
A crash for the ages, vindication of the Halo system, a swing in the championship, and STILL we complained about the race. Plenty in here to get stuck in to, including the transfer circus and a bid to fix overtaking in F1 right now.
Here John starts lecturing Fernando Alonso, directly! Coming up on the full 'Alonso and Ricciardo Special', David and John recount the colourful career of one of the sport's transcendent characters. The lads also discuss the enormous transfer fallout from Daniel Ricciardo's shock decision to join Renault next season.
It's a classic, no doubt about it. David and John discuss the allure of the 7K track in the Ardennes forest, as well as the quality of drivers to win the famous race. It's impossible to predict where the power lies in the championship, David and John try do that too. Our Alonso and Ricciardo special episode will appear this weekend, stay tuned!