On This Week's F1 Show
All the reasons you won't want to miss Friday's programme
Last Updated: 21/02/13 5:51pm
As this week's programme is the second edition of the F1 Show in 2013, it's only fitting that Friday's show is based around a theme of doubling up.
For starters, we'll be broadcasting live from not one but two different locations. We'll also offer up two different pundits to keep our pair of presenters company, and then, as an extra treat, we'll be hosting two separate live reports by Ted Kravitz direct from the Circuit de Catalunya.
And, just to make sure you don't miss the show, we'll follow up our first 5pm broadcast with not one but - yes, you guessed it - two repeats of the show during the rest of Friday night so you can watch the programme at a time of your choosing.
But let's start at the top. For this week's show, David Croft will be making a guest appearance as a presenter alongside Natalie Pinkham, with Sky Sports F1's Johnny Herbert and former Hispania and Caterham driver Karun Chandhok settling in on the studio sofa as our pair of expert pundits.
Over in Barcelona, meanwhile, Ted Kravitz will be on hand to bring us up to date with the latest news from the paddock following the culmination of the second test of the winter. Ted will also be filling us in on the launch of the eleventh and final 2013 car to be revealed: the Williams FW35. Expect plenty of focus on the exhaust design which proved to be such a bone of contention this week in Spain!
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Once we've heard from Ted, we'll also be hearing from a host of drivers. We've certainly kept Johnny busy of late, with the Sky Sports F1 pundit hosting specially-recorded interviews with Sauber's all-new 2013 driver line-up - also known as Nico Hulkenberg and Esteban Gutierrez - as well as having an extended chat with Paul di Resta in which the Force India driver discusses his hopes for the 2013 season.
And then, after plenty more studio goodies, we'll be returning to Barcelona for the cherry on the top: what we're calling a 'mini Ted Notebook' in which SuperTed wraps up the week of track action.
As always, enjoy!
This week's edition of the F1 Show goes to air at 5pm on Friday night and will then be repeated at 8pm and 11pm. And if that still doesn't suit you, the show will also be shown on Sky Sports F1 at 2pm and 5.30pm on Saturday. Enjoy!