We try to buy Force India with Peter McGinley’s credit card points but it turns administrators don’t take American Express. We channel our inner consumer affairs commissioner and talk low-level scams and frauds that we’ve become caught up in and discuss the definition of ‘mincemeat’.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Hungarian Grand Prix with For F1’s Sake’s Phill Tromans.
Rain saved Lewis Hamilton in Hungary and delivered him a boosted title lead to boot
Lewis Hamilton will take a 24-point lead into the summer break.
Mercedes captured an unlikely front-row lockout in wet Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying.
We discuss the trifecta of interesting small talk: international freight, Hey Hey It’s Saturday and traffic. Meat cuts also get a mention, as does the German Grand Prix, but to a lesser extent.
We speculate about Paul di Resta’s rapid rise back to F1 after some people became ill, Robert Kubica’s single-day test becomes more noteworthy than an entire grand prix, and we ask McGinley what he thinks about halo.
The Hungarian Grand Prix instructively set the scene for the closing half of the season.
Ferrari scored a one-two finish despite heavy pressure from Lewis Hamilton.
Daniel Ricciardo has teased an aggressive race of overtaking in the Hungarian Grand Prix.