Nothing happened at the weekend. You know it. We know it. Everyone knows it. Let’s just call it a non-championship round.
E Racing Magazine editor Trent Price joins us to start a moratorium on discussing Fernando Alonso for at least the next seven days after the Spaniard wins Le Mans for the second time this season. Meanwhile, has anything happened in Formula One this week? The answer is no.
Everyone needs to settle down. Just relax. Be calm. It’s just a race and another Ferrari loss. Chill. Please.
Could Nico Hulkenberg go to Red Bull Racing? Is Sebastian Vettel about to retire? We have no idea, but not much else happened this week, so we speculate wildly ahead of Mercedes’s victory at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes wins (again), Ferrari makes several mistakes (again) and Renault cooks old mate Daniel Ricciardo’s strategy (again). Plus we reveal some key details about #WheresMcGinley.
Featuring ESPN’s Jake Michaels. Three Australian convene to talk about a fourth Australian who won’t win the Monaco Grand Prix this year. The President of Brazil gets another mention somehow. We discuss the Rich Energy logo in an audio-only format.
Mercedes scores another one-two (again), Ferrari messes up team orders (again) and we wonder how long F1 should wait before introducing a doping world championship to make racing less predictable.
Michael and Rob consider what happens to F1 motorhomes when they die, wonder how cooked Ferrari is and don’t lament the apparently impending loss of the Circuit to Barcelona-Catalunya from the calendar.
Ferrari’s in trouble, Renault’s cooked and Williams is absolutely roasted. We investigate the disappointing lack of fast-food sponsorship in Formula One on our way to analysing the safety car-less Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Michael and Rob are joined by Trent ‘Not McGinley’ Price to consider just how badly wrong F1 could get any qualifying changes, Helmut Marko’s penchant for fake news and whether the 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix will be haunted by Marcus Ericsson’s racing ghost.