Tales from the Vault: Be part of the studio audience!

Unseen archive footage features in new Sky Sports F1 show

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 13/06/14 3:01pm

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Introducing a new show coming soon to Sky Sports F1: Tales from the Vault.

Hosted by Steve Rider, the new chat show will feature the great and good of the F1 world talking about various topics and stories from the sport's rich history using never-before-seen footage from the FOM archive.

The first show will focus on the ever-topical theme of 'Team-mates' and joining Steve will be a pair of special guests, Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner and former McLaren driver John Watson.

And we also want YOU to be part of the show too!

The programmes will feature a big Q&A element with the studio audience able to ask questions and interact with the guests. If you want to be part of the audience for the first edition then you'll need to be able to travel to our west London studios on Thursday June 26 for 11:30am, with an approximate finish of 6pm.

Just send us an email with the subject 'Tales from the Vault' to f1@skysports.com with your name and a contact telephone number.

See you soon!

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