Mercedes’s tyres and Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari relationship engage in a race to see which can dissolve faster. Lawrence Stroll kidnaps himself.
We analyse the British Grand Prix, where tyre life is made up and the first 49 laps don’t matter, and Rob reveals his name is being censored in an online golf tournament.
I M O L A 🇮🇹 rejoins the F1 calendar and we lament the demise of Deal or No Deal.
Valtteri Bottas pinched pole from home-crowd favourite Lewis Hamilton by just 0.006 seconds in a tense qualifying battle at the British Grand Prix, but Mercedes didn’t have things all its own way, with Charles Leclerc less than a tenth off pole in his surprisingly quick Ferrari.