126. Belgian GP (Full-kit wankers)

126. Belgian GP (Full-kit wankers)

Huge crashes, overtakes for the race lead, new teams—the Belgian grand prix had everything you could want from the first five corners of a race. To keep things rolling we cover all the rumoured driver changes, learn some obscure facts about one of the great drivers of our time and deploy full snark toward those with all the gear and no idea.

125. Summer break (Drop it like it's Hartley w. Luke Smith)

125. Summer break (Drop it like it's Hartley w. Luke Smith)

We waited until all the news had broken (well, almost) before recording our big summer break show. Joining us to reflect on the season so far is Luke Smith, with whom we dissect all the driver movements, consider a return for Jean-Eric Vergne, and ask which driver will snub his father and discover The Clash?

121. Austrian GP (Yummy, yummy, lots of points for me)

121. Austrian GP (Yummy, yummy, lots of points for me)

We're over the hump of the triple-header and Austria gave us a race that nobody could predict and nobody will forget (although Mercedes probably wish they could). Rod gets weird in the Superquiz, we analyse the strategy calls that shaped the race and visualise the Sky commentators demise following a dramatically elongated haranguing.

115. Chinese GP (More Verstappen than Verstappen)

115. Chinese GP (More Verstappen than Verstappen)

With Ricciardo snatching victory from Bottas at the Chinese Grand Prix, we look at the status of number 2 drivers amongst the frontrunners, ask is F1 for hipsters, learn about driver superstitions, get Zach's "trackside" analysis and send our thoughts and best wishes to a former racer who this week made a stunning recovery.

113. Australian GP (Confused by colours)

113. Australian GP (Confused by colours)

Vettel claimed the biscuits in Australia, leaving Hamilton to settle for the water-crackers and Bottas picking at the crumbs. After a polarising race, we make wild judgements about the remainder of the season, shine a spotlight on grand prix promotional events, and we get to the bottom of just how many Verstappens are on the track at any given moment.

112. 2018 Season Launch (WhatsApp group tensions)

112. 2018 Season Launch (WhatsApp group tensions)

F1 roars to life as racing returns to Albert Park. With testing in Barcelona run and done, we discuss who is on form, who has their work cut out for them and how things will shake out on track this season. All that, and we learn about F1's latest rookies, unpack the implications of the F1 drivers' WhatsApp group, and Rod shares an update about his latest personal project.

111. 2017 Season Review (Get some awards up your grill, w. Box of Neutrals)

111. 2017 Season Review (Get some awards up your grill, w. Box of Neutrals)

Who was the biggest whinger of 2017? What about the best actor on the grid? Who made the least gracious exit for the season? Will the new logo finally be put to rest? As always we finish the year with a bang as we join forces with Box of Neutrals for our fourth annual roundtable discussion of the F1 season.

109. Brazil GP (F1 means undue pressure)

109. Brazil GP (F1 means undue pressure)

What would you pay for Felipe Massa's underwear, could Hamilton really have won in Brazil (really?), and get the skinny on Rod's fake beef with an official F1 news source. As we crawl toward the finish line this year our tense and weary hosts are digging deep to expose the chocolatey tip of the Cornetto that is the 2017 Formula 1 season.