Ahead of his 200th Formula 1® start at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo reflects on his career by taking a trip down memory lane to discuss five important races on the way to his milestone.

Long-time Formula 1® TV commentator Ben Edwards joins us to issue a mid-season F1® report card, where we discuss the standout drivers of 2021 so far, who has improved, who has surprised and who has disappointed after the first half of the year.

Former F1® racer and two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato remembers his 2002 debut for Jordan in Australia, racing against Michael Schumacher at Indianapolis and the impact of his Indy 500 wins in his native Japan, and assesses the 2021 F1® rookie season of compatriot Yuki Tsunoda with AlphaTauri.

GP Racing magazine executive editor Stuart Codling joins us to recap a madcap Hungarian Grand Prix, Esteban Ocon’s incredible maiden F1® victory for Alpine, another flashpoint in the war on and off track between Mercedes and Red Bull Racing, and Sebastian Vettel’s disqualification after finishing second in Budapest for Aston Martin.

Caitlin Wood joins us to discuss the breaking news of her return to the W Series grid for this weekend’s race in Hungary, details her motorsport journey since moving to Europe, discusses the W Series being on the Formula 1® undercard at eight grands prix this year and talks about being a role model for aspiring young Australian female racers.

Australian Formula 3 driver Calan Williams talks about stepping up his performances in his second World Championship season, his maiden podium finishes in France and following the trail blazed by fellow West Australian Daniel Ricciardo, while we debate the controversial flashpoint between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen in Sunday’s British Grand Prix.

McLaren Racing team principal Andreas Seidl remembers being inspired by Michael Schumacher as a teenager in Germany in the 1990s, makes sense of Lando Norris’s rapid rise in 2021, talks about his confidence in Daniel Ricciardo and reveals the one meal he can’t do without on race weekends

Episode 55 presented by Pagnian Imports, features former F1® racer, World Endurance Championship winner and Sky Sports TV analyst Anthony Davidson joins us to dissect the Austrian Grand Prix, assess whether Red Bull and Max Verstappen can be stopped for this year’s title, ponder Lewis Hamilton’s two-year contract renewal and talk about the differences between modern F1® machinery and state-of-the-art simulators.

Australian Formula 3® driver Jack Doohan talks about growing up as the son of a motorsport legend, his breakthrough F3® win in France earlier this month and his F1® aspirations for the future, while we wrap up a convincing win for Max Verstappen and Red Bull at the Styrian Grand Prix.

Former F1® driver, three-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner and sports car ace David Brabham talks about being part of a global motor racing dynasty, his F1® racing days with Brabham and Simtek, his success all around the world in tin-tops and the emotions of developing the Brabham BT62 in Australia.

Sky Sports F1® commentator David Croft joins us to talk about his favourite rivalries in Formula 1®, the drivers set to star in the future, the impact Australia has made on the sport, the best races to attend as a fan and reflect on his career in broadcasting.

ESPN Formula 1® editor Laurence Edmondson joins us to recap a typically crazy Azerbaijan Grand Prix, debate why the Baku circuit always throws up chaotic races, assess the ramifications of Lewis Hamilton’s braking blunder and review a Sunday of both pleasure and pain for Red Bull Racing.

Lawrence Barretto, senior writer at formula1.com, takes us inside the paddock to discuss the growing tension between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, whether Red Bull still needs more from its second driver to fight Mercedes, and if McLaren has genuine concerns about Daniel Ricciardo’s form.

Jarno Trulli remembers his career-defining victory at the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix, reflects on his time spent at Renault and Toyota, relives the controversial 2005 US Grand Prix when he was on pole position, and offers his view on why there are so few Italian drivers making it to F1®.

Episode 41 presented by St Hugo, features McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo ahead of this week’s Monaco Grand Prix, joining us to remember his memorable Monte Carlo win in 2018 and the despair of missing out in 2016, discuss what makes Monaco such a challenge and explain why it has been his most successful Formula 1® circuit.

George Russell remembers his 2019 F1® debut for Williams in Australia, reflects on the lessons learned from his memorable stand-in appearance at Mercedes, talks about his rivalries with peers like Lando Norris and reveals why he wanted a director role in the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association alongside Sebastian Vettel.

Australia’s reigning Formula 3® World Champion and Formula 2® racer Oscar Piastri discusses how soon he could graduate to Formula 1®, the influence compatriot Mark Webber has had on his career, winning on his first weekend in F2® in Bahrain and the strongest memories from his first taste of F1® machinery in 2020.

Haas F1® team principal Guenther Steiner reflects on the American team’s debut in Australia in 2016, explains why he’s looking ahead to the 2022 Formula 1® regulation changes, assesses rookie drivers Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin, and talks about his increased profile from the ‘Formula 1: Drive To Survive’ Netflix series.