You can hear it in our voices and our hearts, the season has almost broken us. Before we (and F1, I guess) take a well-earned break we recap the lacklustre Abu Dhabi race, commemorate a departing statesman as only we can and scrutinise our own hits and misses throughout 2019. Stay tuned for our end of season show!
156. Brazil GP (Green smoothies all 'round)
In a year of stand-out races, this one might be the most eventful yet. Round after round of battles between drivers, teams and strategies, and as usual we judge them all from high atop our ivory tower. McLaren's long-awaited return to the podium is fodder for a Superquiz, and things get spicy as the fantasy league approaches it's conclusion.
155. United States Grand Prix (That’s why you need shotguns)
With Hamilton basking in his newfound "six appeal" (make it a thing), we recap an otherwise unremarkable United States Grand Prix, learn why you need shotguns as we dredge up F1 Dreams one more time, and go from influenza to influencer with Zach's Hintstagram superquiz.
154. Mexico GP (Dirty air around a package)
Did you snag yourself a podium-selfie with Vettel? Well then you're over-qualified for this week's Superquiz about the "Greatest" F1 selfies throughout (recent) "history". We recap the festival of speed that was the Mexican Grand Prix, unpack how the strategies dictated the result, and make a bold prediction about the Drivers' Championship.
153. Japanese GP (Six isn't as good as seven, last time I checked)
Mercedes have wrapped up the Constructors' Championship, and one of their stallions will claim the Drivers' title... so what exactly did they f*** up? A race in Japan means the return of the Haikuiz, and we learn that spoiling the race result is a sure-fire way to get removed from Rod's Christmas card list.