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, 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 gives a thumbs up to the crowd after scoring pole at the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix

Max Verstappen took a controversial pole by ignoring yellow flags, for which the stewards later demoted him three places on the grid.

Helmut Marko crushes the spirit of yet another young driver, but at least it’s not announced after we recorded this podcast (just). Meanwhile, nothing else of note happens in Formula One.

Pierre Gasly in his garage at the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix.

In Formula One, as in all professions, you know you’re in trouble when even your colleagues start making fun of you.