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.

Alex Albon ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Alex Albon is ready to score big after his impressive drive at the rain-affected German Grand Prix.

What a difference 12 months can make.

When the flag drops the bullshit stops. Finally, with just days until the season-opening 2019 Australian Grand Prix, we’re about to get some concrete answers on just what kind of Formula One season we’re in for.

Alex Albon will be Thailand’s first F1 driver in more than 60 years.

Kevin Magnussen leads a gaggle of midfield cars at the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Formula One isn’t a two-tier racing category, but the 2018 season featured an undoubted class divide.

Brendon Hartley’s F1 career will end as suddenly as it began.

Brendon Hartley at the 2018 United States Grand Prix.

Brendon Hartley says the speculation over his F1 future has made him stronger.

Has Honda really turned a corner in its fight for F1 credibility?

Daniil Kvyat when driving for Toro Rosso in 2017.

What’s the point of Toro Rosso if it employs drivers rejected by other teams?