We ask whether the championship is over six rounds from the finish and how we might keep McGinley interested if so, and we have an extremely visual discussion that we find funny but probably makes no sense on radio in retrospect.
The 2017 Singapore Grand Prix Strategy Report with Trent Price, editor of eRacing Magazine.
Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix podium.
Vettel's championship deficit to Hamilton exploded from three points to 28 after crashing on the first lap in Singapore.
Red Bull Racing principal Christian Horner, McLaren executive director Zak Brown, and Renault Sport managing director Cyril Abiteboul at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull Racing's history with Renault suggests it probably isn't.
Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton leads Sebastian Vettel by 28 points in the drivers standings.
Lewis Hamilton on track at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are expecting no Sunday miracles in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel in his Ferrari at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel blitzed qualifying to start from pole, while Lewis Hamilton will start from fifth.
Max Verstappen at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
This photo is not related to the story; it's just an amusing photo.
Daniel Ricciardo on track for practice at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
Ferrari was concerningly off the pace in practice despite prediction the Singapore circuit would suit the car.
McLaren has binned its Honda partnership.
Timing was everything in Formula One's least surprising evening of announcements.
Michael sweats profusely in Singapore at the time of recording while Peter and Rob talk about Meat Loaf at the time of recording, and Dieter tells us what he Renckens about McLaren and Honda, even though it hadn't happened at the time of recording.
McLaren executive director Zak Brown.
McLaren's switch to Renault is riskier than it may first appear.
Fernando Alonso on the grid of the 2017 Italian Grand Prix.
The 2017 silly season is set to ignite this weekend in Singapore.
The McLaren MCL32 on the track.
McLaren is risking big for success by making a switch from Honda to Renault for 2018.