You can watch this year's British Grand Prix on BBC Two, listen to it on BBC Radio 5 live, or follow it via the BBC Sport website.
McLaren team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button will go head-to-head in front of their home crowd looking to catch current championship leader Fernando Alonso.
The BBC's Formula 1 coverage will be as extensive as ever, with the television action fronted by Jake Humphrey alongside former team boss Eddie Jordan and ex-driver David Coulthard.
There will also be coverage on BBC Radio 5 live and 5 live Sports Extra, while the BBC Sport website at bbc.co.uk/f1 will stream the television coverage live (for UK users) and have updates, results, comprehensive reports and in-depth analysis.
For the race itself, F1 fans will be able to customise their viewing experience through the BBC's multi-platform offering.
Options include a split-screen; a live leaderboard; in-car cameras; choice of commentary; live online streaming; live text; interactive forums; circuit guides; and blogs.
Friday, 6 July
Practice 1: 09:55 - 11:35, BBC Red Button/online/5 live sports extra
Practice 2: 13:55 - 15:35, BBC Red Button (except on freeview)/online/BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Saturday, 7 July
Practice 3: 09:55 - 11:05, BBC Red Button/online
Qualifying: 12:10-14:30, BBC Two/BBC HD/online/BBC Radio 5 live (from 13:00)
Sunday, 8 July
Build-up: 12:05-12:55, BBC One/BBC One HD/online
Race live: 12:55-15:30, BBC Two/BBC HD/online/BBC Radio 5 live (from 13:00)
Forum: 15:30-16:30 BBC Red Button (except on freeview)/online
Highlights: 19:00-20:00, BBC Three/BBC HD/online