And to conclude Dre's 2018 Review, he looks at the Big Three - Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes, as well as reviewing the season as as whole.
The 2018 Season Review continues with Dre breaking down the midfielders of (Racing Point) Force India, McLaren, Haas and Renault.
In this edition of Dre vs Dre, the two sides of the man himself talk on the complexity of Max's past, present and future as we enter 2019.
It's time for Dre to send in his yearly review of the 2018 F1 season. and to start off with, he hits the bottom three teams. Including the fall of F1's greatest independent, internal politics in Toro Rosso, and a star was shone even brighter at Sauber.
After 18 years, and 311 GP's, Fernando Alonso seemingly hung-up the gloves this past weekend at Abu Dhabi. In this long-form piece, RJ O'Connell looks back on his favourite driver and influence as he grew up a racing fan.
With Marc Marquez taking his 7th World Title in MotoGP, he's getting dangerously close to the sport's perennial yardstick in Valentino Rossi. In a return of one of his favourite series, Dre sits down with... himself, and debates, who's better? Marquez or Rossi?
Remember three years ago when Sebastian Vettel won in Malaysia? Man, has the tide turned. Here's Dre with why everyone seems to be turning on the four-time World Champion.
In the midst of Jonathan Rea's fourth consecutive crown, World Superbikes is set for a new dawn as the competition cranks it up a notch. Dre talks about Rea's dominance, and the attempts from Ducati, Honda, Yamaha and... BMW?!, to stop them.