Today an interloper from the northern states invades the WhichCar podcast studio, as Tim 'the other Robbo' Robson fills the spot absented by an, um, absent Andy Enright.
Joining Scotty Newman and Daniel Gardner in what Robbo called 'an unpleasantly small space', the three tackled the big stories of the week, including a recount of the Melbourne Grand Prix weekend and slightly contentious discussion around the state of Formula E.
A lively discussion ensues about automotive Stockholm Syndrome - those cars that you've driven that were hated at first sight but you've grown to love - as well as some illumination into the best cars to move house with.
As usual, WhichCar Weekly is presented by some of the industry's brightest and most entertaining talents (Robbo aside, of course), and it's a podcast that's perfect for that half-hour purgatory on the elliptical trainer or the ride home on the train next to that... you know... fragrant guy.
If you’re on the run or in the car, find the WhichCar Weekly podcast on iTunes or Podbean and follow the WhichCar team on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - @whichcarau.
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