Radio Autosport is back!

Want to know what really happened in Melbourne? Tune into our new series of Radio Autosport, a live audio broadcast here on Autosport.com on the Tuesday after every Grand Prix

Radio Autosport is back!

The show, which starts at 2000 GMT, will analyse events from the previous Sunday, with a panel of experts that were at the race, and interviews with the drivers and personalities that have made the headlines.

Throughout the season we will have a variety of studio guests, and the focus won't only be on Formula 1. We'll discuss and debate action from all over the world.

The two hour show will be presented by John Hindhaugh, a verteran of Radio Le Mans. "It seems quite appropriate that, even in its 50th Anniversary year, Autosport continues to seek new ways to offer the very best coverage of motorsport." said Hindhaugh.

Radio Autosport has been moved from its Sunday spot in 1999 to Tuesday evenings in response to listeners' pleas that they are unable to see the TV coverage before logging on to the show.

As ever the show welcomes -- indeed thrives on -- the listeners' input, the more response from the audience the better.

So don't miss out on the fun.

Send your e-mails with comments and questions to us at Autosport.news@Haynet.com now!

Live from London - Radio Autosport - Tuesdays at 2000.

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