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25 minutes | Nov 10, 2022
What do Michael Masi and Sepp Blatter have in common? (Brazilian GP preview)
We're back in Brazil at the famous Interlagos circuit where some crucial points in the constructors, as well as Ferrari's dignity, are all up for grabs.
39 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
The beginning of the end (Dutch GP Review)
The orange army was out in full force this past weekend as Max, with Ferrari's help once again, made it clear this is his championship to lose. The midfield battles continues to be undecided amidst the Piastri Disastri. And, did merc hire some freelance ferrari strategists for the dutch GP? As we go to Monza, Ferrari has to be wondering where it all went wrong.
43 minutes | Aug 31, 2022
Back in the Land of Frites (Belgian GP Review)
While still in the midst of a crazy silly season that has seen Fernando Alonso go to Aston Martin, Danny Ric get the boot from McLaren, and Oscar Piastri giving the bird to Alpine, we were back at Spa for a race that saw tempers flare and Red Bull demonstrate they're in complete control of the 2022 F1 Season.
39 minutes | Jul 28, 2022
What is Red and Synonymous with Blowing It? (French GP Review)
Max gets yet another win and Merc score their 4 straight podium after Ferrari's absolute bottle job. Is fernando the driver of the season so far? And will the real Pierre Gasly please stand up?
50 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
Your flares aren't cute anymore (Austrian GP Recap)
Charles Leclerc was back on the podium for the first time since Australia in a race weekend that was anything but boring, both on and off the track. The dutch fans brought their flares along with the lowest of dutch society in a race weekend marred by behavior the FIA must act on. Mercedes is in the mix and could play spoiler amongst the top two teams, while the midfield is as unpredictable as ever. Are the new aero regs doing their job?
41 minutes | Jul 6, 2022
God Save The Smooth Operator
Carlos Sainz gets his first Formula 1 Victory, a Scary moment for Guanyu Zhou, and Mercedes once again on the podium. Silverstone, ladies and gents, did not disappoint.
32 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
I can't believe I woke up for that (Baku Review)
With 4 Ferrari engine failures in Baku, one has to wonder whether or not Ferrari are truly title contenders or pretenders. The Red Bull 1-2 with Max taking victory had everyone who isn't a max fan,pretty much anyone who isnt dutch, about to break whatever device they were watching the race on as Checo once again had to give way to Max. Porpoising strikes once again, forcing the FIA to take action. And, has Lando gotten a little cocky this season?
36 minutes | Jun 15, 2022
Jacques Villeneuve is a Savage (Montreal GP Review)
Rain. Spins. Fernando on the front Row. The return to Canada gave us a vintage race weekend that only disappointed when the checkered flag was waved.
18 minutes | Jun 8, 2022
Can you locate Baku on a map?
After Ferrari's devasting strategy call that saw Charles Leclerc not only lose the win in Monaco but not even finish on the podium, Baku has us asking: what will Ferrari do next? Also, how much porpoising will we see from Merc, who wins the battle of the midfield, and - is it do or die time for a one DR3?
35 minutes | Jun 1, 2022
A Tale of Two Races (Monaco and Indy 500 review)
It was motorsport's biggest weekend of the year as fans returned in full force to both the Monaco GP and Indianapolis 500, both part of the triple crown of racing, for the first time in 2 years. Rain in Monaco brought unpredictability to a race that has over time become a processional snooze fest, while across the pond, a former F1 driver brought his car to Victory Lane to drink the coveted milk. All the weekend's action, plus, some insider take's on Romain Grosjean's first Indy 500 straight from the grandstand's in Speedway.
31 minutes | May 25, 2022
It's gonna be a long week for Charles Leclerc (Spanish GP Review + Monaco Preview)
If you're apart of the Tifosi, the full return of fans to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was a heartbreaker, especially going into Monaco where Ferrari's golden boy Chuck Leclerc never seems to have any luck. Red Bull pull off their second 1-2 going into a back to back weekend and Mercedes has us all wondering if they're back in the mix for a three way title fight. The midfield still seems undecided, meanwhile Danny Ric has us wondering if he'll be racing next year in Formula 1.
23 minutes | May 19, 2022
But there's no TH in Barcelona.... (Spanish GP preview)
After the south florida pomp and circumstance of the Miami GP and a week off that saw chuck leclerc bin Niki Lauda's Ferrari 312B at the Monaco Historic GP, we are back in catalonia for the Spanish GP. With Red Bull on the charge, who has the advantage going into this weekend's race between Ferrari and RB, and will Merc finally join the party?
39 minutes | May 11, 2022
What TF did we just watch? (Miami GP Debrief)
It was the inaugaural Miami GP at the Miami International Autodrome and while the race itself gave us fans some decent excitement, the odd pageantry left us at The Granstand scratching our heads. Max cut Charles' championship lead while Merc makes some headway with their "undrivable" car. And to wrap, what is actually going on in the midfield?
31 minutes | May 5, 2022
We're going to Miami (Miami GP Preview)
It's feels like it was almost yesterday when Will Smith dropped his smash hit "Miami" on his famed album big willie style. 25 years later though, he's been semi-canceled and for the first time in Formula 1 history, there is a Grand Prix in the south Florida. Beyond all the pagentry, plastic surgery, and sunshine, there are serious points on the line as Ferrari look to get back on track after a difficult race on home soil. The midfield is tighter than ever. And we also wonder, what Mercedes team will be showing up this coming weekend?
41 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
Was Michael Masi at Imola? (Emilia-Romagna GP review)
The highly anticipated return of Formula 1 supporters to Imola for the first time since 2006 saw an absolute shit-show performance from F1 race directors, making us wonder if Michael Masi was still actually at the head of race control once again. Red Bull put in one of its most dominant performances ever, securing maximum points, while the Ferrari's of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc left the Tifosi in tears with their unfortunate performances. The midfield looks as confused as ever, but not as confused as Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton.
28 minutes | Apr 20, 2022
Who stole Charles Leclerc's watch? (Emilia Romagna GP Preview)
Ferrari is on the front foot, the midfield is an absolute enigma, Gunther Steiner is throwing out chirps, and we're back in Italy.
34 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Straya Mate (Aussie GP Review)
They came, we saw, Ted Shoey'd. The return to Australia was a race for the record books, with the highest turnout in event history. The Aussies were frothed, but Charles Leclerc outfrothed them with a hat trick on the weekend that saw Ferrari increase its lead over rivals Red Bull and Mercedes. Plus, who owns the midfield with a resurgent McLaren, Albon the tire whisperer, and WTF is going on at Aston Martin?
27 minutes | Apr 6, 2022
It's Shoey Time!! (Aussie GP Preview)
After a 3 year, covid induced hiatus, Formula 1 makes it's way back to the land down under for the 2022 Australian Grand Prix. With track changes, re-surfacing, and new aero regs since the 2019 round, it could be anyone's race going into the 3rd round of this Formula 1 season. Maybe except for Aston Martin.
48 minutes | Mar 30, 2022
ROWDY IN SAUDI (Saudi GP Review)
We're only two races into the 2022 Formula 1 season and the gloves are already out. The pace the prancing horses showed during testing seems to be no fluke as they duked it out with Red Bull who made a stellar comeback after a devastating double DNF at the season opener. The midfield looks tighter than a minx. What the hell is going on with Merc. And we chat biggest winners and losers in this episode of The Grandstand.
59 minutes | Dec 29, 2021
The Beginning of the End, or The End of the Beginning? (2021 Season Recap)
We all knew going into the 2021 Formula 1 season we were in for a battle between the rising Honda powered Red Bull's and the dominant defending champions Mercedes, but not even the producers of drive to survive could have written as much drama into this season as what we witnessed. From Max v Lewis, Red Bull v Merc, Horner v Wolff to Mazepin v Himself, plus all the other incredible storylines from this season, the boys breakdown what was arguably one of the most exciting Formula 1 seasons to date.
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