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Welcome to Episode 19 of the Lovecars On the Grid Podcast, the global motorsport roundup, where this week seems to have been somewhat a quieter week of motorsport!

Speaking of quiet, we start off with Formula E, with a strange weekend, but two British driver’s Winning at the Excel centre and plenty of car coming together! Towards the end of the final race, we even got a pace car and some controversy from Audi! Next race will be the final race of the year in Berlin on August 14th.

Elsewhere, the GT cars were racing at the Lausitzring in Germany and another win for a British driver, this time being Philip Ellis and Mercedes’ first win since 2018! The British GT Championship was at Spa, where there were a few start line shunts, but Machitski / Lind and Brown / Marshall still managed to take the Wins. Of course, it’s the big weekend for GT cars coming up, with the Spa 24 hour race approaching!

Coming up this week, the Hungarian Formula 1 is back, which is usually an exciting race and the Max and Lewis battle continues, we look forward to the first corner. Which driver is your favourite?

There’s also Formula 3 and W Series to look forward to in Hungary.

In the Superbikes, we had a sad weekend. 14-year old Spanish rider, Hugo Millán was tragically killed following coming off his bike and being struck by another rider. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends. British Rider, Brad Jones was also sadly taken to hospital following an accident at Brands Hatch.

Coming up next weekend, we of course have the already mentioned Formula 1, Formula 3, W Series and Spa 24 hours, but Tiff is also racing at the Silverstone Classic in some fantastic car. Tiff will also be doing some of the commentary alongside Nicki Shields.

Can Tiff get podiums on all six of his races? Tune in next week to find out! or DTM and Spa for British.