British GP press conference line-ups

Mark Webber headlines Thursday's media session

By William Esler.   Last Updated: 27/06/13 11:51am

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Mark Webber: Set to discuss his reasons for quitting F1 on Thursday afternoon

Mark Webber: Set to discuss his reasons for quitting F1 on Thursday afternoon

The departing Mark Webber will undoubtedly be the centre of attention in today's Drivers' Press Conference ahead of the British Grand Prix.

The Australian has announced he will leave F1 at the end of the season and will face the press live on Sky Sports F1 at 3pm.

Alongside the Red Bull man will be all four British drivers - Jenson Button, Paul Di Resta, Max Chilton and Lewis Hamilton - plus Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.

On Friday, fresh from their appearance at the FIA International Tribunal, Mercedes' Ross Brawn and Pirelli's Paul Hembery will be in the Team Principals' Press Conference.

Alongside them will be the bosses from the two team's that protested the tyre test - namely Christian Horner of Red Bull and Stefano Domenicali of Ferrari.

Completing the line-up will be McLaren's Martin Whitmarsh and Lotus' Eric Boullier.

Sky Sports News Radio have a special Silverstone preview hour tonight from 7pm. Special guests include Max Chilton, Johnny Herbert and David Croft. Listen at or via the Sky Sports Apps

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