Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer discuss a thrilling final race of the season in the desert as Lewis Hamilton wrapped a championship winning season in style with victory in Abu Dhabi.
The Formula 1 season draws to a close with the final race in Abu Dhabi. Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer discuss the party plans for the now five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton and Robert Kubica’s return to the sport. We bid farewell to Fernando Alonso, and you’ll hear from Max Verstappen who still has not got over Esteban Ocon denying him a race win in Brazil two weeks ago.
Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer dissect a thrilling penultimate race of the season in Brazil, where Mercedes wrapped up the Constructors' Championship thanks to victory from Lewis Hamilton.
Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former Formula One driver Jolyon Palmer look ahead to the Brazilian Grand Prix - discussing the constructors championship, the addition of Vietnam to the calender and an unexpected departure at Williams.
Just how good is Lewis Hamilton? After the Mercedes driver claimed his fifth world championship title, Jennie Gow, Jolyon Palmer and Jack Nicholls debate whether this is Hamilton’s best season yet, and ask how much longer he can continue at this level. You’ll also hear the thoughts of former world champions Alain Prost and Damon Hill, plus Juan Manuel Fangio’s nephew, as we debate where Hamilton ranks among the sport’s greatest drivers.
Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and Jolyon Palmer bring you all the reaction to Lewis Hamilton winning a fifth world title.
They're joined by guests including the man himself Lewis Hamilton as well Mercedes boss Toto Wolff and Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene in Mexico.
Hamilton finished fourth in the race which was won by Red Bull's Max Verstappen with Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen completing the podium.
All eyes are on Lewis Hamilton in Austin as he looks to win his fifth world title. We speak to Hamilton about how this championship would compare to the others and whether he's targeting Michael Schumacher's record. We're also joined on the pod by George Russell and Lando Norris, the two British drivers who have secured seats on the grid for 2019.
Reaction from the Japanese Grand Prix, with Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer after Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton moved to the brink of a fifth world championship title.
Hear from Hamilton, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff, third place finisher Max Verstappen and Hamilton's title rival Sebastian Vettel after he ran into trouble in Suzuka.
Jennie Gow is joined by Jack Nicholls and Jolyon Palmer to reflect on qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix. Championship leader Lewis Hamilton claimed his 80th career pole position while his title rival Sebastian Vettel could only manage 9th place after a strategy error from Ferrari.
Team orders are still the big talking point as F1 arrives at Suzuka. Jennie Gow, Jolyon Palmer, Jack Nicholls and Andrew Benson discuss the fallout from the Russian Grand Prix after Mercedes handed victory to Lewis Hamilton. They also ask what's happened to Ferrari's form, debate the FIA's plans to revamp qualifying and share their favourite Japanese Grand Prix memories.
Lewis Hamilton took victory in the Russian Grand Prix to extended his lead in the world drivers’ championship to 50 points over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.
5 Live Formula 1 commentator Jack Nicholls, and former Renault driver Jolyon Palmer, dissect Hamilton’s on-track battle with title rival Vettel, plus the team orders employed by Mercedes.
BBC F1 analyst Jolyon Palmer says the pressure on Sebastian Vettel to win Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix is “through the roof”. With the Ferrari driver 40 points behind championship leader Lewis Hamilton, the 5 live F1 team debates what needs to happen in Sochi to keep the title racing interesting.
Lewis Hamilton's race engineer Peter Bonnington joins Jennie Gow, Jack Nicholls and Jolyon Palmer to discuss a dominant victory for the Mercedes man under the lights in Singapore. Hamilton's win moves the Briton 40 points ahead of rival Sebastian Vettel, but is it a decisive lead in the drivers' championship race?