Lewis Hamilton wins, Max Verstappen almost wins, Valtteri Bottas is cooked and Pierre Gasly is absolutely roasted. Ferrari also took part in the race but doesn’t deserve a mention.
Max Verstappen crashes Mercedes’s 125th-anniversary party after Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas both crash in the crashing rain at the German Grand Prix and something has happened to my brain and I have to go now.
Daniel Ricciardo goes to court, William Storey goes to court and Romain Grosjean is sentenced to at least one more race in a Haas car.
Formula One attains its peak form thanks to the Rich Energy saga, Sebastian Vettel crashes again and Silverstone puts on one hell of a grand prix. Shame everyone was watching the cricket.
Michael and Rob talk all-time great breakfasts, the new F1 2019 game and why we deserve some free DLC, and middle-aged British men taking off their shirts for no reason. We dive into the Box of Neutrals McArchives® to celebrate the soon to be renewed British Grand Prix.
F1 is saved by a ripper Austrian GP, so we can all stop pretending we don’t watch the races anymore. Michael has lunch at a truck stop. Rob uncovers more from The Warmup Lap archives.
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.