What a difference 12 months can make.
The 1000th Formula 1 Grand Prix, or crooked witch hunt? Rob and Michael discuss.
The Bahrain Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features F1 journalist Abhishek Takle.
The 2019 Chinese Grand Prix, Formula One’s 1000th anniversary, is more significant than the major milestone alone.
Michael and Rob are joined by Rodney Gordon for a detailed chat about arguably the highest level of motor racing in the world, BOSS GP, and appropriate avenues for the disposal for industrial waste in preview of the 1000th Formula One grand prix.

Kimi Raikkonen has refused to buy into commentary that his race was sacrificed to boost teammate Sebastian Vettel’s victory chances at the Chinese Grand Prix.

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Daniel Ricciardo's cryptocurrency-like Chinese GP weekend ended in a good day post office profits, but where does McGinley merchandise fit into it all? Plus Michael asks Dieter what he Renckens about the F1's proposed post-2021 regulations.
Daniel Ricciardo flaunted his title-winning credentials with an overtaking masterclass in China.
Five overtakes in eight laps and champagne from a shoe: another classic Daniel Ricciardo victory.
Fernando Alonso insisted on Renault engines at McLaren. Will Daniel Ricciardo make the opposite choice?
There are many routes to victory at the Chinese Grand Prix. Which team will take the fastest one?
Sebastian Vettel made it two poles in a row with a thrilling last-gasp lap to beat his teammate.
A knife-edge qualifying tyre decision could have a decisive impact on the race result.
Lewis Hamilton led the way, but only by fractions of a second.
For the second Chinese Grand Prix in a row Michael hasn't been deported from the airport, Rob talks football and F1 analogies and Peter dishes out questionable race-themed culinary advice.
But it's okay because it was all a yoke.
Williams is no good and has no idea why.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have become embroiled in a pointless war of words.