The Brazilian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Fernando Campos from F1 podcast Dupla Aerodinâmica.
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.
Max Verstappen holds the winners trophy at the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Verstappen dominated the race, but the limelight was snatched by podium podium-getters Pierre Gasly and Carlos Sainz.

Max Verstappen dominated a chaotic Brazilian Grand Prix to lead an unlikely Honda one-two ahead of Toro Rosso’s Pierre Gasly.

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Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton will start from the front of the grid for the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix.
The three frontrunners are closely matched in what seems likely to be an unpredictable Sunday at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen celebrates pole at the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix
Max Verstappen has taken his second F1 pole with a dominant performance in Brazil.

Max Verstappen has taken his second career pole position with a confident drive in qualifying at the Brazilian Grand Prix.

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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.
Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton took his 10th pole of the season with a new Interlagos lap record.
We release the Brazilian GP Review podcast eventually. Michael's still away, Rob is recovering from the flu and Pete is recovering from mowing the lawns. Oh, and Mercedes wins another championship.
Mercedes claimed a lucky win in Brazil to crown itself world champion.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Brazilian Grand Prix with Fernando Campos, host of F1 podcast Fernando is Faster Than You.

Lewis Hamilton recorded a fortuitous victory to guarantee Mercedes the constructors title after Max Verstappen was spun out of victory contention by lapped traffic.

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Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Mercedes claimed its fifth title after Hamilton inherited victory from a spun-out Verstappen.
Like a Red Bull Racing gearbox, we're down to one gear, but Michael asks Dieter Rencken from RaceFans.net what he reckons.
Mercedes is set to claim its fifth constructors championship at this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
The Autódromo José Carlos Pace.
The escalation of violence in Brazil has imperilled the future of the South American race.
Featuring Lawrence Barretto from Autosport. Peter questions the validity of Rob's rostered show off, Pirelli creates a new Softy McSoftyface tyre compound, and we consider the future of the Brazilian Grand Prix.