In a heavyweight edition of the show, Kevin Eason and Mark Gallagher are the guests to talk crashes and engine swap deals.
Max Verstappen has got under Sebastian Vettel's skin, according to a leading F1 journalist on this week's F1 Report.
Martin Brundle analyses the Singapore GP start-line crash and why Vettel's latest misjudgment has put Hamilton in 2017's driving seat.
Honda have taken a parting shot at McLaren by claiming they are like a "French cuisine" and "find it hard to adapt to change".
Jolyon Palmer says he is aiming for "six of the best races" to aid his F1 future after producing his finest performance at the Singapore GP.
Ted rounds up all the stories and fallout from a dramatic Singapore GP on a nightmare day for Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton was the big winner but he wasn't the star of the show as F1 went crash, bang, wallop under the Singapore lights.
A jubilant Lewis Hamilton has explained how the late Ayrton Senna helped him to an emphatic Singapore GP victory in the rain.
Fernando Alonso believes he could have fought Lewis Hamilton for victory in the Singapore GP had he not been hit in the first-lap mayhem.
Sebastian Vettel's 'extraordinary piece of recklessness' triggered the Singapore GP start-line crash, according to Fleet Street.
Ferrari are standing by their controversial tweet blaming Max Verstappen for his ruinous crash with their two drivers.
Lewis Hamilton said he knew he could win the Singapore GP even before Vettel, Verstappen and Raikkonen crashed out.
Singapore GP stewards have ruled no driver was 'predominantly to blame' in the Vettel-Raikkonen-Verstappen crash.
Lewis Hamilton claimed a potentially season-changing victory in the 2017 title fight as Sebastian Vettel spectacularly crashed out.
Max Verstappen has laid the blame on Sebastian Vettel for the first-lap crash that ended both of their races at the Singapore GP.
There was carnage on the first lap of the Singapore GP as Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen all collided into Turn One.
Lewis Hamilton was surprised by title rival Sebastian Vettel's surge to pole position as Mercedes were left on row three.
Sebastian Vettel has predicted a close battle in the Singapore GP with Red Bull warning they have nothing to lose in Sunday's race.
Formula 1's marquee night race is back - and you can watch the Singapore GP live on Sky Sports F1 as the title battle continues.
Sebastian Vettel the master of Singapore again but Red Bull ready for war as Mercedes' worst nightmare comes true.
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