“Today Kimi seemed to have other commitments,” Sergio Marchionne, Ferrari CEO and F1’s closest thing to a Bond villain, told Italy’s La Repubblica at the Chinese Grand Prix. “I talked to Maurizio; maybe it’s time I sit with him and talk to him. He seemed to be doing nothing on the track.” Read More

With Dieter Rencken. Peter McGinley brings back an Irish gift for Michael and Rob, who are shocked he managed to smuggle it through customs. Dieter Rencken lays into Honda in our monthly political segment Whadaya Rencken.

In a fascinating development for Formula One, Fernando Alonso, one of its biggest stars, will contest the world-famous Indianapolis 500 — at the expense of the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix. Read More