The United States Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Jake Michaels from ESPN.

The prepenultimate round of the season begs the question: could Ferrari be the least competent cheater in F1 history? And is Nico Rosberg addicted to video blogs? Also, Lewis Hamilton wins another championship.

Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2019 United States Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton claimed a sixth world title by finishing second to teammate Valtteri Bottas in Austin.

Valtteri Bottas on track at the 2019 United States Grand Prix.

Valtteri Bottas is on pole, but the frontrunners are evenly balanced at the Circuit of the Americas.

Valtteri Bottas on track at he 2019 United States Grand Prix

Valtteri Bottas has the slimmest of chances to delay Lewis Hamilton’s sixth championship by converting pole to victory in Austin.

Rob claims Superlicense Podcast’s Rodney Gordon as one of our own, Pete confuses laconic for lethargic, and Michael invites Crash.net F1 editor Luke Smith into the Box of Neutrals echo chamber.

Kimi Raikkonen celebrates on the podium at the 2018 United States Grand Prix.

Kimi Raikkonen won his first race in more than five years to keep Sebastian Vettel’s title hopes alive.

F1 Strategy Report 2018: United States Grand Prix with ESPN’s Nate Saunders.

Kimi Raikkonen in his pit box at the 2018 United States Grand Prix.

Ferrari has rediscovered its pace just in time to lose the championship.

Kimi Raikkonen on track at the 2018 United States Grand Prix.

Raikkonen won his first race since the 2013 Australian Grand Prix, forcing the title race to Mexico.