Once you've heard the facts, join Cheeka, Terry and Phill for their review of every grand prix - recorded (until recent events) in a pub.
Formula 1 needs fixing - and For F1's Sake are the ones to fix it. Definitely.
FF1S.20.11 Friday Night Shites - The Eifel Grand Prix
It was a race afflicted by fog, unreliability and Lance Stroll's case of the squits, but Lewis Hamilton crushed the memory of Michael Schumacher by waiting until Valtteri Bottas inevitably threw his pole position away, and is now the Greatest Man of All Time. Plus Honda are sodding off, Hulkenberg came back and some other stuff happened in and around the Nurburgring. Cheeka, Phill and Terry try to make sense of it all, and also talk tattoos. And not just Cyril Abiteboul's...
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VIDEO: Can TV Make Formula 1 Look Fast Again?
For those with the right apps, here's our own Terry Saunders on Carfection talking about what went wrong with Formula One (spoiler: it's telly's fault).
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FF1S.20.10 - Battlestart Galactica - Russian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton found himself Russian to see the stewards after dropping a massive clanger in the wrong place. And that meant Valtteri Bottas and a massive bee found glory in Sochi and Carlos Sainz crashed like an idiot. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk through a boring race made a bit more exciting by incompetence, because that’s what F1 is all about.
FF1S.20.09 - Start Wreck: The Next Generation - Tuscan Grand Prix
The Tuscan Grand Prix was expected to be a dull, overtaking-free procession, but we didn’t factor in the fact that everyone wanted to crash repeatedly, which made it much more interesting. Cheeka, Phill and Terry discuss the magic at Mugello, as well as Vettel’s confirmed move to Aston Martin and what the hell Perez will do now. Not that we’re that bothered.
FF1S.20.08 - Pierre Eye For The Egalité Guy - Italian Grand Prix
Party mode has been banned, but not at AlphaTauri, where the booze is free flowing following Pierre Gasly’s emotional and frankly spawny victory at the Italian Grand Prix. Cheeka, Phill and Terry reflect on a crazy race at Monza, talk about the highly unusual podium and who deserved to be there, and wonder just how much lower Ferrari can go.
BONUS: Everything you need to know about Jochen Rindt (featuring David Tremayne)
This year's Italian Grand Prix marks 50 years since the death of Jochen Rindt. It happened at Monza, during practice for the 1970 race and the German driver would go on to become the only posthumous Formula 1 world champion.
For many, that's about as much as they know about him - but renowned motorsport author and journalist David Tremayne thinks we need to know more about this dashing, exciting and blindingly fast driver, and has written a book about him, called Jochen Rindt: Uncrowned King of Formula 1.
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Cheeka, Terry, and Phil provide insight and occasional comedy. If there is ever a dull moment on this podcast, F1 is to blame.
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They have no idea about anything that’s going on in formula one but they are funny. After listening to them talk for five minutes about Formula One going to electric cars I just started laughing at them. Apparently they don’t know that F1 can’t race full electric cars. Maybe they know why by now.
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Absolutely the best F1 podcast out there. I don’t need insight on how Hamilton took turn 3 at Silverstone, I want a show that sounds like my friends chatting about a sport that everyone seems to take so serious in other parts of the world, but all of America thinks is Indy Car. From roasting Palmer, to breaking ribs while karting and hating Rosberg, this is truly the greatest spectacle in F1 podcasts.