Red Bull Racing claims its first constructors championship in almost a decade when Max Verstappen chases down old foe Lewis Hamilton after a botched pit stop. Featuring Lawrence Barretto, F1 correspondent and presenter at

Lawrence Barretto, F1 correspondent and presenter at, joins hosts Matt Clayton and Michael Lamonato to talk about an action-packed British Grand Prix where Alfa Romeo’s Zhou Guanyu escaped unscathed from a massive first-lap accident, Carlos Sainz’s first win for Ferrari, whether Mercedes’ improved showing was a sign of things to come, Daniel Ricciardo’s continued struggles at McLaren and Mick Schumacher finally scoring his first F1 points for Haas.

Lawrence Barretto, senior writer at, 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.

Featuring senior writerΒ Lawrence Barretto. Lewis Hamilton beats Max Verstappen to the Bahrain chequered flag in a thrilling desert duel, but how did Mercedes manage to beat Red Bull Racing with a slower car?

I review the action from the 2020 Spanish Grand Prix with Lawrence Barretto from F1.

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?
The Spanish Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features senior writer Lawrence Barretto.
We're joined by 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.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: German Grand Prix with senior writer Lawrence Barretto.
Featuring Lawrence Barretto from Autosport. Peter questions the validity of Rob's rostered show off, Pirelli creates a new Softy McSoftyface tyre compound, and we consider the future of the Brazilian Grand Prix.