152. Russian GP (Rearrange the whole world to suit my personal circumstances)
Despite the "off-track" action, Russia was about as dull as Bob Dole's keynote address at the Festival of Particularly Dull Folks. To address the deficit, we weigh in on Ferrari's team orders, look at how pitting under Safety Cars could be improved, and use the Superquiz to take a whole new look at the Formula 1 grid.
151. Singapore GP (Don't speak about it, and also Spiderwebs)
Did Ferrari dud their young star driver to appease Sebastian Vettel? Where did their performance come from in the first place? Will we stick to our usual formula of discussing the podium, what Ricciardo did and something from the backmarkers? What was that weird reference to someone connecting with Zach on LinkedIn? It's fine, don't even worry about it.
150. Italian GP (Hey man, I'm a racer, don't worry about it)
For our big 150th episode and we had no shortage of talking points. With Mercedes dominance a distant memory, we heap praise on Charles Leclerc, break-down the black-and-white flag controversy, put Toro Rosso under the microscope, and ask what can Vettel do to get Ferrari back on his side?
149. Belgian GP (We agree, which is a bit nice)
After a tragic weekend for Motorsport, we recap Charles Leclerc's maiden victory, analyse whether Vettel could have saved a podium, compare the careers of two Ferrari stalwarts, and lay out all the driver movements for 2020.
148. Unraveling the Vettel myth (w. Spanners Ready)
Here's an idea... Albon will win a race before Vettel does. You heard it here first. As always when there's no on-track action to recap we turn to a luminary, and this time we have a real doozy.... none other than the firecracker that is Spanners Ready from the Missed Apex Podcast to discuss driver movements, the year so far and which driver has the worst fans.