Featuring Rodney Gordon and Zach Priest from Superlicense Podcast. We give out our off-brand awards for the 2017 season, and to close out the year we talk about AFL football.

Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The 2017 was bursting with broken promise. Can 2018 finally deliver?

Featuring Dieter Rencken, who manages to talk about both the weather and commercial contracts in the year’s final Whadaya Rencken, and Trent Price, who confronts Michael and Rob about stifling Peter’s career despite McGinley not turning up for the show.

Sebastian Vettel on the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix podium.

Sebastian Vettel burst his own championship dream, but in the midfield two drivers kcikstarted theirs.

Featuring Ben Edwards, lead commentator for C4 in the UK. We reflect on the 2017 season, on whether Ferrari can survive without creating a crisis and, briefly, on the new logo and why we shouldn’t talk about the new logo.

F1 2017 delivered a tense season, but its real gift was the promise of a thrilling 2018.

Maurizio Arrivabene (Ferrari) and Toto Wolff (Mercedes) in the Friday press conference at the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The 2017 rules changes worked to shake up the field — sort of.

Rob’s graphic design degree gets a workout as we decide whether F1’s logo reveal was exciting enough to reverse the effects of the least exciting season climax in recent years (it isn’t) and we ask what Santa McGinley might be gifting this Christmas.

The 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Strategy Report with Ted Kravitz from Sky Sports F1.

Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel celebrate on the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix podium.

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix once again delivered a lack of racing to close the Formula One season.