‘Rage quit’ isn’t a phrase heard thrown around in Formula One.

The Monaco Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz.

Everyone needs to settle down. Just relax. Be calm. It’s just a race and another Ferrari loss. Chill. Please.

If you were monitoring that renowned bastion of reasonable and level-headed debate known as Twitter during the Canadian Grand Prix, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Formula One had folded overnight, never to be seen again among the ranks of top-tier motorsport.

Could Nico Hulkenberg go to Red Bull Racing? Is Sebastian Vettel about to retire? We have no idea, but not much else happened this week, so we speculate wildly ahead of Mercedes’s victory at the Canadian Grand Prix.

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.

Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen race on track at the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix

Mercedes’s failure to fire at a track that should have suited its car is asking some hard questions of the German team.

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

Max Verstappen on track at the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix.

Pirelli can’t make tyres to satisfy everyone, making the Italian company an easy target.

Sebastian Vettel celebrates at the 2018 Canadian Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel has resumed his place atop the drivers championship standings.