Brazilian F1 GP Race Review

Join Trumpets Spanners and Nick as they dissect in exquisitely fine detail the ins, outs and inappropriate contacts of the Brazilian Grand Prix. Find out where the race was won and lost (lap 44 in some neat foreshadowing) who had what go wrong, why Seb was in such a hurry at the weighbridge and how exactly a whole host of surnames are properly pronounced (which is then totally ignored) in this latest episode!!

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F1 News & Debate

Spanners Trumpets and Jeansie peruse the news for all things F1 related in the run up to the Brazilian Grand Prix. The panel also have an all time top 5 drivers shootout which rapidly devolves into the statistics equivalent of name calling while Jeansie actually pushes a button on the latest episode, with somewhat predictable results...

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Mexican F1 GP Race Review

Join Trumpets Spanners and Chris Journo for all the latest and greatest from the Mexican Grand Prix where Lewis Hamilton did indeed win his 5th WDC. Not so much the race, however and all the whys and wherefores, from Ricciardo’s tragedy to Verstappen's triumph, from Vettel’s last hurrah to the implacable performance of Hulkenberg, not a shred of carbon fibre goes unmissed in this latest episode!!!!

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US F1 GP Race Review

Spanners, Trumpets, Chris “Underscore” Stevens and ace video producer Steve Amey dive into the nooks and crannies of the US Grand Prix in all its glory. Was Kimi’s win a fluke, could Mercedes have won, has Ferrari regained its groove and is there anyone brave enough to argue wasn’t all Stroll’s fault all on the latest episode as Missed Apex hits its own milestone and surpasses the 1 million download mark..

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Singapore GP Race Review

Whose fault it was at Force India? What exactly happened to Ferrari’s pace? The panel pick apart the strategic intricacies of the race as the clock on the championship race ticks down. From long suffering Ferrari fan Anil’s plaintive defense of his team to Spanners’ incredible support for Perez, the panel lay out the facts in their usual, highly disorganized fashion.  

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