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It’s a new look for a new season as the F1 Report returns following its own winter makeover ready to tackle the stories that matter in F1 2018.  

It’s a Development Special for the first studio edition on Wednesday evening with Natalie Pinkham joined by Ted Kravitz plus former F1 technical director Mike Gascoyne and technical analyst Craig Scarborough to run the rule over the 2018 cars and post-testing talking points.

Up for discussion on the hour-long show at 8pm:

  • The major changes to the cars for 2018 – including the controversial halo
  • The pecking order heading to Melbourne after eight days of winter testing
  • Whether Ferrari’s ‘smoking’ car is in trouble and if Red Bull will be Mercedes’ nearest challenges
  • Answers to viewers’ social media questions

The show returns with a shiny new set and Natalie has taken viewers on a tour:

Tune in at 8pm to see the show’s first airing but don’t fret if you miss out first time around as there are plenty of ways to catch up.

The show will be repeated on the channel at 11.30pm and then over the coming days into the weekend, while it will also be available in the Sky Sports section of On Demand.

And, of course, the full show will be available to view for free on the Sky Sports website and app from Thursday!

Watch the F1 2018 season-opening Australian GP exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 from March 23-25. Sky Sports F1 is the only place to watch every Formula 1 Grand Prix, qualifying and practice session live in 2018. Get Sky Sports F1.

It’s a new look for a new season as the F1 Report returns following its own winter makeover ready to tackle the stories that matter in F1 2018.  

It’s a Development Special for the first studio edition on Wednesday evening with Natalie Pinkham joined by Ted Kravitz plus former F1 technical director Mike Gascoyne and technical analyst Craig Scarborough to run the rule over the 2018 cars and post-testing talking points.

Up for discussion on the hour-long show at 8pm:

  • The major changes to the cars for 2018 – including the controversial halo
  • The pecking order heading to Melbourne after eight days of winter testing
  • Whether Ferrari’s ‘smoking’ car is in trouble and if Red Bull will be Mercedes’ nearest challenges
  • Answers to viewers’ social media questions

The show returns with a shiny new set and Natalie has taken viewers on a tour:

Tune in at 8pm to see the show’s first airing but don’t fret if you miss out first time around as there are plenty of ways to catch up.

The show will be repeated on the channel at 11.30pm and then over the coming days into the weekend, while it will also be available in the Sky Sports section of On Demand.

And, of course, the full show will be available to view for free on the Sky Sports website and app from Thursday!

Watch the F1 2018 season-opening Australian GP exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 from March 23-25. Sky Sports F1 is the only place to watch every Formula 1 Grand Prix, qualifying and practice session live in 2018. Get Sky Sports F1.

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