This week’s show welcomes brand new panelist, all round Bon Vivant and beautiful person Vortex Motio, who is only the 2nd American to ever grace the hallowed walls of the podcasting shed. Occasional site contributor and stalwart Jury member, Vortex inhaled for the first time the heady mix of raw data, sweat and alcohol unique to the podcasting shed, finding it to be an intoxicating and bewitching brew.
Anil “Nutella” Parmar makes it five for five in panel appearances, although word that his beard is demanding a separate contract might influence his chances for keeping the streak alive.
Massive Mammal Faaattttt Hiiippppoooo! returns from an extended wallow to lend his linguistic skills and knowledge to the podcast. Displaying typical Teutonic determination, he once again insists literally on having the last word
Host in Chief Spanners Ready is joined yet again by the other American, Mattpt55 who manages to wax quite lyrical indeed in answer to the opening question, wasting his rhapsodic phrasing and powerful oratory on the hopelessly attention challenged crew.
This week’s panel takes a look back at some highlights from the Canadian GP, though they did have to admit that it was rather a lot of work to find anything. Mercedes’ continued misadventures in the communications department come under the microscope as do Max Verstappen’s press conference adventures. The fortunes of Kimi Raikkonen are also considered (rather dismal I’m afraid) and Jury member (and site contributor) TourDog steps up with the kind of fascinating data that makes Spanners head for an extended visit to the loo. The looming sports car shoot out at Circuit de la Sarthe occupy the creative side of our panels brains while Anil yet again delivers with a wrap up of the previous week’s Formula E race. Turns out Formula E is still a thing, and the panel reminisce about boarding the Trulli train just one more time.
Chaos reigns for a third straight week in the quiz, as Spanners is rapidly proving to be the Jean Todt of the game show world. Find out if the only panel member to win was indeed Anil “the Streak”, or whether another member, Vettel-like, was there to pick up the pieces when it all fell apart on the strategy end.
This week’s Things discovers that there was a reason Grosjean hit Will Stevens, and it might even be medical in nature.
Thanks again to the Jury for providing an excellent stream of comments. Unfortunately, we were too distracted by Tamara Laurel’s new video Whisky to notice.
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