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Ted and Natalie bring you an essential pre-Australia F1 fix

Last Updated: 08/03/13 4:09pm

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The season-opening Australian Grand Prix will take place in just over a week's time - and for the latest news, expert views and the very best build-up make sure you tune into The F1 Show.

Natalie Pinkham and Ted Kravitz are revved up and ready to go and will be back in the studio on Friday evening, for the last time before they jet to Melbourne, to update you on the week's all-important Formula 1 details.

Our esteemed hosts will reflect on the final round of testing in Barcelona, with Ted presenting his test diary, and they will be helped in their quest by two stellar guests, Sky Sports F1 pundit Johnny Herbert and motor-racing expert Jon Noble.

We'll also hear from Lewis Hamilton as he gears up for his race debut with Mercedes; the Stevenage speedster, who will partner Nico Rosberg in the Brackley-based team's driver line-up in 2013, will tell us about his test outings with his new outfit and how he thinks he may fare Down Under.

Meanwhile, Hamilton's former Team Principal at McLaren, Martin Whitmarsh, will chat about his hopes for the campaign ahead, with the Woking team, who have snapped up Mexican Sergio Perez to replace Hamilton, looking to win their first Constructors' Championship since 1998.

We will also catch up with two British racing legends and knights of the realm: 1969 , '71 and '73 World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart and Sir Stirling Moss, widely recognised as one of the finest drivers never to win a Formula 1 World Title.

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