Martin was actually being modest when he once reflected that "my motor racing career turns out to have been a fact-finding mission for my TV work". Modest because his F1 career - complete with podiums and duels against such legends as Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna - deserves greater recognition than that wry dismissal. And modest because his TV work requires no introduction. He truly is the voice of F1.
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Nico Rosberg made some very bad decisions on Sunday although the championship points table doesn't reflect that.
After an hour and 53 minutes and 44 pits stops, we had another cracking race with wheel-to-wheel action, crashes, changeable weather, brilliant, brave and skilful driving, and strategy gambles of which some succeeded and others failed, culminating in both happiness and heartbreak post race.
The British GP was good for F1, good for the World Championship and great for Silverstone.
The return of the Austrian GP, after an eleven-year absence, was a great success.
Martin Brundle looks back at Sunday's riveting Canadian GP, a race short on calm but high on drama.
Only Nico Rosberg can truly know whether his mistake during qualifying for the Monaco GP was deliberate or not.
The 2014 Bahrain GP was one of the best races I've ever had the privilege of commentating on. It was an absolute thriller.
Finally the bold new era of Formula 1 is underway.
Who will the championship? Who will be on the Melbourne podium? And who will break the Sky Pad? The team have their say...
It was an F1 takeover on Sky Sports News as four of Sky F1's finest - Ted Kravitz, Johnny Herbert, Anthony Davidson and Martin Brundle - explained and assessed all the major talking points swirling around the sport heading into the 2014 season.
It's strange now when I think back to Sunday's Brazilian GP that most of the focus was on the end of an era rather than Seb Vettel achieving yet more records.
Sebastian Vettel and Red bull have found themselves in the perfect storm.