Three-quarters of an hour until the start of the British Grand Prix.
A look at the overhead conditions and there are plenty of clouds in the sky and it is a bit chilly, but we should have a dry race.
In case you were wondering about the rich and famous who have turned at Silverstone – we don’t mean the drivers – here are some names for you. Prince Harry and Jude Law are in attendance today.
Williams took a conservative approach to the last race in Austria, choosing to guarantee third and fourth placed finishes rather than fight with Mercedes to convert a front-row lockout of the grid into a possible victory. Felipe Massa had pole for that race, but will start 15th today after yesterday’s nightmare.
“We have a very good car in race trim, and the way it uses its tyres I think that can help us,” Smedley told, “we have a car that can overtake, and touch wood, we’ve been doing good starts, so all of that can definitely play into our favour. By the end of the first lap we could be in the points and the game’s completely changed.”