Two races from the end of the Formula 1 season, we grab Joe for a quick chat to discuss 2016's imminent conclusion. Before we cover what might yet happen, we look back on what did go down in Mexico, on the judgement calls that had to be made, the shortcut that probably wasn't and listening to radio messages in context.
We also talk propaganda versus proper filming, Vettel's whole new level of desperation, living life with two dogs on a red jet and just letting drivers be themselves. Conversation turns to what Ross Brawn is up to, Hamilton's press conference banter, the role of modern day journalism and the future of Autosport magazine.
With Audi pulling out of the WEC Joe presumes there's more to it than meets the eye, additionally we cover all new electric rallycross, a familiar face in Call of Duty, who's hiding behind a hedge in Switzerland and why Niki Lauda is the Yoda of F1.
All this plus championship predictions and more in the latest Aside with Joe.
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