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 claimed a sixth world title by finishing second to teammate Valtteri Bottas in Austin.
Valtteri Bottas is on pole, but the frontrunners are evenly balanced at the Circuit of the Americas.
Valtteri Bottas has the slimmest of chances to delay Lewis Hamilton’s sixth championship by converting pole to victory in Austin.
Rob is joined by sentient being Trent Price, editor of eRacing Magazine, to discus daylight saving time, bovine body clocks and the state of haggis.
Valtteri Bottas’s victory secured the constructors champion and guaranteed only a Mercedes driver can win individual honours.
Mercedes looks comfortable in Japan but disrupted running and question marks over whether delayed qualifying on Sunday will take place could yet alter the picture.
Valtteri Bottas led Lewis Hamilton in what could be a Mercedes front-row lockout come Sunday thanks to Typhoon Hagibis.
Valtteri Bottas isn’t secure at Mercedes as it might have seemed.