Joe returns from a very wet weekend in the British countryside to catch up on four race's worth of F1 stories, including why it's impossible to make a wrong stewarding decision, giving sponsors more value for money and the magnetic attraction of Monisha's boots.
There's talk of being kept warm by Mercedes-Benz, of making McLaren what they want to be and what more can be gained by sitting out? Plus, who is not covering themself in glory, who is quite seriously not talking about anything, and which person still has a bad case of bonehead-itis?
If that isn't enough for you, Joe discusses putting Formula One Into cities in a sensible fashion, official regulations versus a gentleman's agreement and is it better to be down a trench or inside a box at Silverstone?
With nearly half the season already done, enjoy this whistle stop tour of all the latest in Formula One.
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