Ferrari is cooked. Like, really cooked. Lewis Hamilton won the race but Ferrari is absolutely roasted. Did you see it? It’s no good. That guy supporting Max Verstappen but doing a shoey was also questionable, but that still wasn’t as bad as Ferrari.

I review the action from the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix with Luke Smith from Autosport.

I preview the upcoming Belgian, Italian and Tuscan grands prix with last year’s podcast guests Jack Nicholls from BBC F1 and Luca Manacorda from Motorbox.com.

Heikki Kovalainen is faster than you. Williams is more cashed up than you. Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps has more rain than you.

Charles Leclerc finally wins his first race on a day Ferrari somehow managed to avoid making any mistakes, but the weekend is overshadowed by the death of F2 driver Anthoine Hubert.
The Belgian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features BBC 5 Live commentator Jack Nicholls.
Charles Leclerc on track at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc has dedicated his first Formula One victory to late racing rival Anthoine Hubert after beating championship leader Lewis Hamilton to the chequered flag by less than a second at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel congratulates Charles Leclerc on his third career F1 pole.
Ferrari dominated qualifying, but Friday race pace suggested the grand prix will be anything but easy for polesitter Charles Leclerc.
Charles Leclerc on track at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc leads a Ferrari front-row lockout ahead of teammate Sebastian Vettel at the Belgian Grand Prix.
F1's back, so your weekends are gone for the rest of the year. The bowels of the driver market are starting to move, plus we consider which all-time classic midfield team principals should lead a supposed new team set to enter in 2021.
Force India is replaced by Force India, the halo saves the Belgian Grand Prix and we play stocks down, stocks down [sic] for Stoffel Vandoorne.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Belgian Grand Prix with F1 stats man Sean Kelly.
Sebastian Vettel waives the Ferrari flag at the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix.
Mercedes had no answer to Ferrari's pace at Spa-Francorchamps.
Sebastian Vettel on track at the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel beat Lewis Hamilton to victory at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton in his car at the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton is poised to extend his championship lead with a pole position start at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Just when you thought our timing couldn't get any worse after a chaotic midseason break, we miss the announcement of F1's (technically) newest team to enter the championship. But we do ask Dieter what he Renckens about the (formerly) Force India situation and other political goings-on, and Peter does his best Rob James impression.
Michael tries to embroil Formula One in a dual citizenship scandal, Rob practices his German accent and Peter forgets most of the current Formula One drivers.
Esteban Ocon leads Force India teammate Sergio Perez at the 2017 Belgian Grand Prix.
Can Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon coexist at Force India any longer?