On The F1 Show this week...
Max Mosley the special guest on Friday night's must-watch post-Tribunal, pre-British GP week edition
Last Updated: 21/06/13 8:25pm
There are no prizes for guessing what will be the main focus of attention on The F1 Show on this particular Friday night - the Testgate Tribunal.
A day on from the hearing into the most controversial affair of the season so far, the Sky F1 team and expert guests will dissect and debate all the fallout from Paris and assess where it all leaves main protagonists Mercedes and Pirelli along with the sport itself.
We mention expert guests and there's no one more experienced in such matters than former FIA President Max Mosley who makes the timeliest of returns to The F1 Show sofa to give his take on the matter of the moment.
Joining Max will be Marussia President and Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon and our very own Johnny Herbert, while Natalie Pinkham is again accompanied by David Croft on presenting duties with regular co-host Ted Kravitz having been in the French capital to cover the Tribunal.
Indeed, during the course of the show we'll hear from Ted as he reports back from Paris on all the events from FIA HQ.
But, tyres, tests and tribunals certainly aren't the only things on Friday night's bill given there's the small matter of the British GP now just a week away.
As well as previewing the biggest weekend in the British motorsport calendar, in the wake of the recent death of Argentina's Jose Froilan Gonzalez, we'll take a look back at 'The Pampas Bull's' famous Silverstone success from 1951 - the first win for Ferrari in F1.
The sport's rich heritage is also recognised in the first of three features looking back at 'The Lost Generation' with a profile of Britain's Roger Williamson, whose life and burgeoning career was tragically cut short at the age of 25, up first.
There's also a heart-warming look into the future of British motorsport with a report on the 2013 British Schools Karting Championship that was held last weekend.
So, to shamelessly modify a cliché from another sport, it's an F1 Show of two halves on Friday from 8pm - neither of which are to be missed!
Remember, in addition to the live 8pm airing on Friday, the show is then repeated later that same evening at 11.15pm, and then again at 10am, 2pm and 6pm on Saturday. And if that's not enough then don't forget you can always catch up on the show anytime you like on the move with Sky Go!