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Last Updated: July 12, 2012 10:51am
Set your clocks for Timo Glock.
The Marussia driver, along with former HRT speedster Karun Chandhok, will be joining Georgie Thompson and Ted Kravitz in the studio for the latest edition of The F1 Show, where there will be plenty of reaction to last weekend's wet-but-wonderful British Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Mark Webber was the man with the broadest smile at Silverstone on Sunday afternoon, overtaking Ferrari's Fernando Alonso towards the end of the race to record his second victory of a pulsating 2012 season.
The Australian, who won round six in Monaco, remains second in the Championship standings but is now just 13 points behind front-runner Alonso, while the 35-year-old's team-mate and 2011 champ Sebastian Vettel has risen up to third after his podium finish in Britain.
You would, therefore, think that everything is hunky-dory in the Red Bull camp and we'll be finding out if that really is the case when we chat exclusively to the team's head honcho Christian Horner following the news Mark has signed a contract extension for 2013.
Georgie, Ted and the gang will look at the rest of the major talking points from the Silverstone, which will no doubt include the struggles of McLaren's British pair Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button and Glock's display behind the wheel of his Marussia.
Williams racer Pastor Maldonado has already tasted victory this term, topping the pile at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, but has not got back on the points trail since. We'll look at where it's all gone wrong for the man from Venezuela...
Plus, the clan will bring you a report of what transpired during The Young Driver Test at Silverstone, while the F1 Show team will also keep you up speed with all the news from the paddock as preparations for back-to-back Grands Prix in Germany and Hungary intensify.
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