Football’s coming home, Eric Boullier is told to go home, Michael is still away from home and is Formula One looking for a new British home?

F1 Strategy Report 2018: Canadian Grand Prix with Abhishek Takle, F1 journalist.

Rob and Pete review the French Grand Prix by talking about Freddo Frogs while Michael previews the Austrian Grand Prix by sampling Vienna’s Viennetta. We ask the age-old question: ‘What is that thing?’.

F1 Strategy Report 2018: French Grand Prix with Matt Clayton, Red Bull Australia motorsport editor

Red Bull Racing confirms it’s hot for Honda, completing Formula One’s most unusual love rhombus with Renault and McLaren, but Dieter says he Renckens there’s more to it than just unadulterated horsepower. Peter buys a new jumper.

Despite what we say, Daniel Ricciardo might not have a grid penalty (thanks, Adrian Newey), Brendon Hartley might not be replaced by Pascal Wehrlein (thanks, Lando Norris) and Mercedes won’t use new engines (thanks, Peter McGinley). Some other things we say are still relevant.

F1 Strategy Report 2018: Canadian Grand Prix with Ernie Black, the F1 Poet

Australia’s number one Formula One journalists (self-awarded) talk mostly about the 24 Hours of Le Mans, IndyCar and whether Peter would look good with a beard. We revive the quiz, but it was a terrible mistake.

Daniel Ricciardo puts in his career-best drive to finally win the Monaco Grand Prix, which Lewis Hamilton describes as the most boring race ever and for which Fernando Alonso says F1 should refund tickets, probably because neither of them won. Ferrari is accused of cheating (again).

F1 Strategy Report 2018: Monaco Grand Prix with ESPN F1 editor Laurence Edmondson.