137. Bahrain GP (Winning when you're crap)

137. Bahrain GP (Winning when you're crap)

We're all commiserating with the new heartbreak kid, Charles Leclerc. The lack of sleep and busy days utterly cook Rod's brain, instead we offer highlights from the Fantasy League, low-lights for Vettel and Renault, Zach talks fancy beers and we learn a truly bewildering pnuemonic for remembering one team's full name.

134. End of season awards gala (w. Box of Neutrals)

134. End of season awards gala (w. Box of Neutrals)

What a season it's been, and we couldn't let another year wind down without recapping the highs and lows with our good mates from Box of Neutrals. For sure one of them (naming no names, Peter) won't win any awards for promptness, but the champagne flowed and the canapes were plentiful punctuating another successful end of season gala.

133. Abu Dhabi GP (The Fresh Sheikh of Abu Dhabi)

133. Abu Dhabi GP (The Fresh Sheikh of Abu Dhabi)

It's the "Abu Dhabi and Friends" edition of Superlicense as we wind back the clock to the Brazilian GP for news and predictions, then skip forward to the season finale in Abu Dhabi. It's not as convoluted as it sounds, and if we can reach the right influencers we might just get the term Empty Nest into the F1 lexicon.

132. Mexican GP (One of the greatest car-drivers ever)

132. Mexican GP (One of the greatest car-drivers ever)

Is Lewis Hamilton the best of all time? The championship was decided in Mexico, so we talk all around it during our race recap, we rewind things for an old skool Hamilton quiz, and always one to leave them wanting more... Rod's accompanying the Mariachis all weekend leaves his voice wanting.

131. United States GP (We haven't talked about Kimi for several minutes)

131. United States GP (We haven't talked about Kimi for several minutes)

Are you not entertained? What everyone expected would be a dead-rubber turned out to the best race we've had in, I dunno, yonks. We talk about the ins and outs from COTA, letting all the richoes pay to race, more driver market chatter, and we relive some of Raikkonen finest moments in the Superquiz.

Special bonus episode: Drift (Episode 8)

Special bonus episode: Drift (Episode 8)

Confused? Until we can reunite for our Japanese GP recap, we're filling the gap with a special release of our Superlicense Club-supported podcast: Drift. We set the timer for 30 mins and weave from topic to topic, with the vaguest of connections to F1. Like the world's best racing circuits, it's fast and free flowing. Want more? Join the Club at www.superlicense.com.au/Club

129. Russian GP (You've got to be in it to be in it)

129. Russian GP (You've got to be in it to be in it)

It's a good, old-fashioned sleep-deprived grumpcast this week as we look back at the most controversial race of the year. With team orders being the topic du jour, Rod and Zach also discuss the proposed qualifying changes, fixing the engine penalty system, we play "Kvyat or nyet" and unpack the hidden meaning of a 90's RNB classic.

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.