We discuss how apis mellifera just reignited a Finnish championship and why Sebastian Vettel is on track for his worst F1 season ever.

I review the action from the 2020 Russian Grand Prix with statistician Sean Kelly.

I preview the upcoming Russian Grand Prix with last year’s podcast guest Sean Kelly.

We form the Parliament of Box of Neutrals to decide your F1 disputes and play what is apparently everyone’s favourite game: ‘What is your name unusual?’.

Sebastian Vettel cooks his teammate, Ferrari cooks Vettel's strategy and then Vettel's car cooks itself. Mercedes responds to a booty call from ex-lover McLaren. Vladimir Putin doesn't show up to his own party.
The Russian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Sean Kelly, F1 stats man.
Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2019 Russian Grand Prix
Mercedes has capitalised on a Ferrari engine failure to take a fortuitous win at the Russian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc celebrates scoring pole position at the 2019 Russian Grand Prix
It looks like Ferrari's finally back in the mix with a fourth successive pole, but Mercedes is poised to strike back in the race.
Charles Leclerc on track at the 2019 Russian Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc has become the first Ferrari driver since Michael Schumacher to take four poles in a row.
We celebrate a Russian Grand Prix with more than three overtakes, Peter McGinley reads from his book of haikus and Ferrari tries to make 'winnow' a thing.
Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton in formation at the 2018 Russian Grand Prix.
The power unit framework, not the qualifying structure itself, is to blame for the sport's latest Saturday malaise.
Mercedes cast Valtteri Bottas as Lewis Hamilton's wingman at the Russian Grand Prix.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Russian Grand Prix with Rob James from F1 podcast Box of Neutrals.
Mercedes was right to move Valtteri Bottas out of Lewis Hamilton's way.
Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2018 Russian Grand Prix.
Mercedes ordered Bottas to cede his lead to Hamilton for the good of the championship.
Lewis Hamilton has stretched his championship lead over Sebastian Vettel to 50 points after beating teammate Valtteri Bottas to the checkered flag at the Russian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas in his garage at the 2018 Russian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton were untouchable in qualifying, leaving Sebastian Vettel third.