FF1S.19.14 - Sainz of the Times

Italian Grand Prix

Monza had it all: hilarious qualifying snafus, an epic battle between the old master and the new young padawan, and some comically poor driving by Sebastian Vettel. Cheeka, Phill and Terry discuss the Italian Grand Prix, drink only water and lament the loss of Rich Energy from the sport.

FF1S.19.13 - Le Clerc-ing Class Hero

Belgian Grand Prix

After a very sad weekend at the Belgian Grand Prix, Cheeka, Phill and Terry reflect on the racing and the other events at Spa-Francorchamps, as well as all the silly season changes over the summer break.

FF1S.19.12 Hungary Like The Wolf

Hungarian Grand Prix

We've bought another round of drinks, and run inside to escape a pub quiz and reflect on the Hungarian Grand Prix, where everything returned to normal. Hamilton won, Verstappen wasn't far behind, and Bottas did nothing for his career prospects. Cheeka, Phill and Terry go through the various talking points from the Hungaroring, and there's an international Fact Off.

FF1S.19.11 - Slideaway

German Grand Prix

Better late than never, it’s a special two-part episode looking back first at the rain-soaked and slippery German Grand Prix, where everyone crashed and Lance Stroll took the lead. Weird. Then after a short interlude and an incident-packed truck journey to Budapest, Cheeka, Phill and Terry will reflect on the Hungarian Grand Prix. But more on that later.

FF1S.19.09 - I was born under a Hondaing Star

Austrian Grand Prix

After the snoozefest that was France, the Austrian Grand Prix delivered in spades with a very exciting race between two very excitable children. Cheeka and Terry talk about Spielberg's best action since Jurassic Park, and Phill pops in from on location to have his say as well. Plus there's a quiz and stuff.

FF1S.19.08 - Never Mind the Bollards

French GP

The French Grand Prix was a shambles with hardly any entertainment value at all, which aligns very well with this podcast. With both Cheeka and Producer Matt on holiday, Phill and Terry hamfistedly wrestle a recorder to bring you all the news and reaction from Paul Ricard. Overwhelming evidence suggests it’ll be brilliant.

FF1S.19.06 - The Whiner Takes It All

Monaco Grand Prix


Depending on who you ask, the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix was either a tense, exciting affair or a dull, predictable procession. But at least everyone managed to qualify, unlike McLaren and Fernando Alonso at the Indy 500. Cheeka, Phill and Terry discuss these things and more, including the very sad departure of Niki Lauda. Oh, and there’s an extra-refreshing edition of the Fact Off.

FF1S.19.05 - Bye Bye Spainy, Spainy Goodbye

Spanish Grand Prix

The Spanish Grand Prix happened, was rubbish and now Barcelona is dead and gone forever. Cheeka, Phill and Terry hail the new Dutch Grand Prix and reflect on a snoozefest in Catalunya. Also there’s another Fact off. FAAAAAAACT.

Ff1S.19.03 - China in my hands

Chinese GP

It’s the 1000th episode of FF1S, celebrating 1000 years of Formula 1! Cheeka, Phill and Terry look back at every race ever, but more specifically the Chinese Grand Prix and discuss how Ferrari fucked it all up AGAIN, and some other drivel about people spinning for no reason. There’s also an ill-conceived look back at the earliest podcasting days.


FF1S.19.02 - It's Bahraining Men


Bahrain Grand Prix

Better late than never, it’s the Bahrain GP podcast! Cheeka, Phill and Terry reflect on Leclerc’s unfortunate woes, Vettel’s incompetent woes and Mercedes’ unexpected victory. Plus there’s a NEW FEATURE holy shit.

FF1S.19.01 - Why Does It Always Drain On Me?

Australian Grand Prix

The Australian Grand Prix threw up plenty of surprises, not least Valtteri Bottas remembering how to drive and chuck the F-bomb around rather liberally. But some things never change, and Williams were reassuringly shit. Cheeka, Phill and Terry mull the outwash from Albert Park with all their usual insight and professionalism. That is, not much.