What's coming up on Sky Sports F1's coverage of the 2013 German GP weekend!

From Friday afternoon all the way through to late on Sunday night...

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 03/07/13 12:02pm

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As F1 heads off for round nine of an increasingly-absorbing 2013 season, Sky Sports F1 will be the only place to watch the German GP.

As ever, we'll be providing full coverage of this weekend's event, starting with the Thursday afternoon Drivers' Press Conference from 2pm all the way through to the main event four days later as Sebastian Vettel bids to win his home race for the first time and Lewis Hamilton - along with Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen - strive to close the gap in the standings to Red Bull's championship-leading driver.

On the Sky F1 side, the news from the dressing-room is that an unchanged line-up from Silverstone has been selected to bring you the latest developments from the Nurburgring - both in the World Championship and on the ongoing tyre controversies.

For the Friday night F1 Show - make a note in your diary for 5pm - Ted Kravitz, Johnny Herbert and Natalie Pinkham will be reporting live from the Nurburgring paddock, reflecting on events in Practice and interviewing the great and the good of F1 as the sport comes to terms with the fallout from Silverstone's rather unsettling explosive drama.

Following hot on the heels of Saturday morning's Practice Three, our Qualifying show will include an exclusive sit-down interview with Force India's coming-man Paul di Resta, a track guide with Nico Hulkenberg - yet to drive around the Nurburgring in a F1 car but a double winner here in the 2009 Sprint and Feature GP2 races - and a special feature on Michael Schumacher's trip down memory lane around the legendary track for Mercedes.

For our Race show, the likes of Martin Brundle, Damon Hill and Anthony Davidson will be providing expert analysis from the outset while we'll be sending our two intrepid explorers out into the Nurburgring wild for part two of 'Crofty and Johnny go camping'.

We'll also be looking back at the history of Williams as the team prepare for their 600th grand prix, but the overriding focus of attention will of course be on the main event of the weekend: The 2013 German Grand Prix.

Just what does the next stage of the season hold in store? You'll just have to tune in to find out...

SKY SPORTS F1's SCHEDULE
Tuesday 2nd July
8pm - Classic F1 - 1993 German GP Highlights.
9pm - Classic F1 - 2000 German GP.

Wednesday 3rd July
7pm - F1 Midweek Report.
8pm - Classic F1 - 2005 German GP.
10pm - Classic F1 - 2009 German GP.

Thursday 4th July
2pm - Drivers' Press Conference - Live!
7:45pm - Gear up for Germany.
8pm - Classic F1 - Germany 2011.
10pm - German GP 2012 Highlights.

Friday 5th July
8:45am - German GP Practice One - Live!
11am - GP2 Practice - Live!
12:45pm - German GP Practice Two - Live!
2:50pm - GP2 Qualifying - Live!
4:15pm - Team Principals' Press Conference.
5pm - The F1 Show - Live!
6pm - Classic F1 - 1993 German GP Highlights.
8pm - The F1 Show replay
9pm - German GP Practice One replay.
11:15pm - German GP Practice Two replay.

Saturday 6th July
8:45am - GP3 Qualifying - Live!
9:45am - German GP Practice Three - Live!
12pm - German GP Qualifying - Live!
2:35pm - GP2 Feature Race - Live!
4:15pm - GP3 Race One - Live!
5:15pm - Classic F1 - 2005 German GP.
7:15pm - German GP Qualifying replay.

Sunday 7th July
8:20am - GP3 Race Two - Live!
9:30am - GP2 Sprint Race - Live!
11:30am - 2013 German GP - Live!

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