On The F1 Show this week...
We've a special edition for you - one which will be louder, longer and more action-packed than ever before!
Last Updated: 18/07/13 3:47pm
We've a special edition of The F1 Show for you this week - one which will be louder, longer and more action-packed than ever before!
For starters, we have guests - and lots and lots of them. Not only are presenters Natalie Pinkham and Simon Lazenby joined by Martin Brundle, Johnny Herbert and David Croft in the studio, the invitation has also been extended to a live audience for the very first time.
We reckon it's a mega show and weighing in at 90 minutes - another first - we also think we've got the line-up to match.
For starters, there's a report from last weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed, where Damon Hill joined Martin, Simon and Crofty as F1 made its annual decamp to picturesque West Sussex.
They certainly had the weather for it, as did Natalie. But that's where the similarities just about end - contesting Jenson Button's annual charity tri-athlon doesn't sound quite so relaxing!
Ted Kravitz won't be in the studio this weekend, reporting instead from the Young Driver Test at Silverstone where he'll be speaking to James Calado following his impressive run in the Force India. Ted was also present for last weekend's Red Bull Soapbox Derby at Alexandra Palace - just how did the Kravitz/Herbert 'Lemon Car' perform? You'll have to tune in to find out...
Back in the studio, Johnny will be taking on a host of Sky Sports presenters in a simulator while GP3 racer Nick Yelloly will be putting a Batak board through its paces. A what? Again, you'll just have to tune in to find out...
We'll also take a look back at the season to date, including Martin and Crofty's top three overtakes.
Add in live music from Alistair Griffin - writer, of course, of our theme tune - to the mix and it promises to be an F1 Show to remember. Join us!
The F1 Show Special, Friday 19th July at 8pm...repeated throughout the weekend and on Sky Go.