Michael Lamonato joined Matt Grubelich on Sports Drive to preview this weekend’s US Grand Prix in Texas and discuss Sydney’s bid to take the Australian Grand Prix from Melbourne.

The cancellation of the Singapore Grand Prix for the second successive season bodes badly for Formula 1’s record-breaking season.

Michael catches up with Racer's Chris Medland and Box of Neutrals old mate Abhishek Takle to talk about the race that never was.
The 2020 Formula One Australian Grand Prix has been cancelled.

McLaren has withdrawn from the Formula One Australian Grand Prix after a team member tested positive for COVID-19, plunging the season-opening round into doubt.

The member of staff self-isolated on Wednesday after reporting coronavirus symptoms, and the team announced late on Thursday night that tests had confirmed they are infected with the virus.

“McLaren Racing has confirmed this evening in Melbourne that it has withdrawn from the 2020 Formula One Australian Grand Prix, following the positive test of a team member for the coronavirus,” the team said in a statement. “The team member was tested and self-isolated as soon as they started to show symptoms and will now be treated by local healthcare authorities.”

I preview the upcoming Australian and Bahrain grands prix with last year’s podcast guests Rob James from Box of Neutrals and Peter Anderson from theredline.com.au.

Featuring Lawrence Barretto and Edd Straw. The Australian Grand Prix is set to battle through pestilence and toilet paper shortages, but do we have any chance of having a real championship battle?
Just as Silverstone is the only real destination for the British Grand Prix, so too is Melbourne the only viable home for Formula One in Australia.
We're joined by F1.com senior writer Lawrence Barretto and journalist Abhishek Takle to dissect the Valtteri Bottas win than no-one except Michael (by accident) predicted. Rob finds some money on the ground. Peter McGinley takes an early holiday ahead of his second home race in Bahrain.
Okay, it’s far too early to definitively declare Valtteri Bottas as a serious threat to the runaway championship train that is Lewis Hamilton, but you’ve got to admit that a sporting story beginning with several nights of heavy Scandinavian drinking has a certain appeal.
The Australian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Rob James from Box of Neutrals.
Only the bravest of punters would’ve tipped Valtteri Bottas to romp into the setting Melbourne sun at such a convincing canter at the first race of the season.
After protracted legal negotiations with Peter McGinley's legal team about his hours of work and dress code, Box of Neutrals is back for 2019 with a special-length Australian GP preview, and to balance out the (relevant) chat about cigarettes and alcohol, we're joined by ESPN's Laurence Edmondson and Racer's Chris Medland to preview the 2019 season.
Carlos Sainz wins the inaugural Aussie Battler award for his Australian GP performance, we talk lamington varieties, and the first KFC reference of the year makes an appearance.
Cars on track in the 2018 Australian Grand Prix.
There were only five overtakes in the 2018 Australian Grand Prix. Can there be anything done to improve it?
Sebastian Vettel celebrates on the 2018 Australian Grand Prix podium.
Ferrari capitalised on good fortune to snatch victory from Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Australian Grand Prix with Rob James from Box of Neutrals