On The F1 Show this week...
The team analyse all the events from Hungary in this week's edition
Last Updated: 02/08/13 11:13am
Fresh from a double GP2 points finish in Hungary, and of course just a couple of weeks on from his impressive F1 test debut with Force India, rising British star James Calado joins Anthony Davidson and Johnny Herbert on Friday evening's guest list with the racing trio to debate all the big post-Budapest issues in the studio with presenters Natalie Pinkham and Ted Kravitz.
With Ferrari and Fernando Alonso's relationship under the spotlight in the days since last Sunday's race, we'll assess what's gone wrong on the track for the Scuderia in recent weeks. Alonso finished half a minute behind race winner Lewis Hamilton: just where does it all leave the Spaniard's championship hopes?
Lotus's Romain Grosjean again made the headlines for both the right, and eventually the wrong, reasons in Hungary and the team will analyse the two incidents involving the Frenchman that the stewards took action against and assess whether or not they were both justified.
Meanwhile, Natalie has been getting right in the summer holiday spirit by doing a bit of packing herself - albeit of a slightly more complex kind - when she joined Caterham as they packed up their garage at the Hungaroring. Try keeping that lot within an airline's free baggage allowance!
And, if that's not enough, we'll be bringing you two great nostalgia features from last week's Silverstone Classic event.
So, for all that and more, make sure you tune in to Sky Sports F1 from 8pm on Friday. If you miss out first time round - or forget to set your Sky+ box! - then the show is repeated at 11pm on the same evening and then again several more times throughout the weekend. As ever, it will also be made available via Sky Go.
*Also, as a special treat this weekend, make sure you tune in to the channel as our very own Martin Brundle stars in Sporting Chapters to talk about his new book 'Martin Brundle Scrapbook' and look back on his F1 career, both behind the wheel and the microphone. The progamme is first shown at 7.15pm on Friday night, with repeats at 3pm on Saturday and then again at 1.30pm on Sunday.