This episode brings you up to date with the most recent launches, plus discussion of some of the more controversial rule change suggestions, all with an irritating helping of sampling fun.
The new keyboard, what it does and why he loves it.
This week has been good for the environment, and for Hamilton's long term future, whilst his and ITV's bank balance look set to suffer from a bad week.
The FIA seriously consider budget caps - perhaps one of their more sensible decisions, unlike the new engine penalty twist to the rules. We also discuss testing at Jerez and Valencia, with Alonso showing us all how it's done, BMW suffering with the weather, and Super Aguri staying tucked away in the garage. Two more cars launched this week, and complete opposites, a grand affair from BMW and a more sedate rollout for Red Bull.
We found the Mark Blundell clips to try and clear up the pronunciation discussion. However, we're probably going to kick it all off again with a particular country's name. Finally, we discuss our inability to promote things properly, thus the need to clarify just exactly what you can find in the RSS Feeds section.
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