In 1991 a 22-year-old made his Formula 1 debut, and the sport would never be the same again. Tom Clarkson looks back at the remarkable story behind Michael Schumacher's first appearance at the Belgium Grand Prix. You’ll hear archive interviews from Schumacher himself, Gary Anderson, Jordan's then technical director, and journalist Tony Dodgins, who was there in Spa to witness the first F1 appearance of the German who changed the sport forever.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Review
Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer discuss a thrilling final race of the season in the desert as Lewis Hamilton wrapped a championship winning season in style with victory in Abu Dhabi.
Fernando Alonso Special
We sit down with two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso who reflects on his career and explains why he is leaving the sport. Former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer and the BBC's chief F1 sports writer Andrew Benson also look Alonso's legacy and discuss what the future holds for the Spaniard.
Hungarian Grand Prix Review
Lewis Hamilton signs off the first half of the F1 season with a win in Hungary and now holds a 24 point lead over title rival Sebastian Vettel. Jennie Gow, Jolyon Palmer and Jack Nicholls discuss.
As the popularity, participation and coverage of women’s sport continue to grow – Jennie Gow investigates whether the use of grid girls is a sexist, outdated relic in 2017. Hear the thoughts of the models themselves alongside F1 drivers, team and circuit bosses. Plus find out how the issue is being considered in boxing, cycling and darts.