After making it through another full season of F1, journalist Joe drops in to review all things 2013 and to look ahead at what's going on with motor sport next year.
Hot on the heels of an FIA bombshell, we discuss why doubling the points isn't such a bad thing and how driver numbers might add a touch of much needed charisma. There is talk of turning the Williams outfit around, how racing teams lost all their power, plus just how many people have been bought lunch by McLaren lately?
Additionally we cover the bonkers 2014 calendar, the psychology of running a pay driver and sorting out the money in the midfield. Finally, we ask where Ross Brawn might end up after Mercedes and how Lotus should plug their skills shortage, while Joe admits to falling asleep in the loudest of locations.
Do not miss the final Aside with Joe of 2013.
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