Rob accidentally takes annual leave, Michael befriends some birds and Formula One releases a unique fungus(?) onto the Bitcoin market or something.

Great race, shame about the time zone. Charles Leclerc’s car takes a dive, Lewis Hamilton is unexpectedly honest and two more drivers get a podium before Nico Hulkenberg.

Antonio Giovinazzi gets a new contract and Ferrari might be cheating, but the real question on the public’s lips is: who (or what) is Peter McGinley and where can he be found? We go through some of your perplexed McGinley-themed responses to our listener survey.

The prepenultimate round of the season begs the question: could Ferrari be the least competent cheater in F1 history? And is Nico Rosberg addicted to video blogs? Also, Lewis Hamilton wins another championship.

Mario Achi, ‘handbag land’ and VB longnecks – there isn’t an angle of the Mexican Grand Prix we don’t cover in our race review (Lewis Hamilton won).

Did you win a pair of Heel Tread motorsport socks for filling in our listener survey? Has F1 finally done a deal to race in Miami? Is the 2019 season almost over? The answer to some of these questions in this week’s Mexican GP preview.

Rob is joined by sentient being Trent Price, editor of eRacing Magazine, to discus daylight saving time, bovine body clocks and the state of haggis.

Michael and Rob talk about the weather and why lawyers will win the Japanese Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel cooks his teammate, Ferrari cooks Vettel’s strategy and then Vettel’s car cooks itself. Mercedes responds to a booty call from ex-lover McLaren. Vladimir Putin doesn’t show up to his own party.