Former F1 and Le Mans star, Johnny Herbert continues with his UK tour which is great news for his fans. It is a fantastic opportunity to meet the British Grand Prix legend in person and hear some inside stories from his wealth of experience at the forefront of motor racing.
To debunk the myths of driving stereotypes, Aviva teamed up with Johnny Herbert to launch the “Who’s the safe bet?” campaign. Three driving stereotypes – a white van man, a grandmother and a school run mum were put through their paces by Johnny in a series of driving challenges covering accelerating, braking and cornering.
The most important date on the British Formula 1 calendar, Johnny Herbert will be at Silverstone this weekend reacting on all of the racing action as it unfolds. A key part of the Sky Sports team, Johnny will be providing analysis prior to and during racing, allowing viewers to take in all of the action with the help of the former driving star’s unique insights.
Johnny wasn't surprised to see Alonso take first place at the Spanish Grand Prix last weekend. Racing on home soil, the Spaniard excited the crowds with his 1:39:16.59602 win, making this his third win on home soil. Alonso recovered with style from his 8th placing at the Bahrain race.
Using the streets of Monte Carlo, the Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most well-known and prestigious tracks. Johnny commented that the track is one of his favourites and that he is 'extremely excited to watch and commentate on the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix race!'
The race will be held in Montréal at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve. With 70 laps and a circuit length of 4.361km the record lap time goes to R. Barrichello (2004) with a time of 1.13.622
Taking his third victory of the season, Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel secured another podium after winning the Canadian Grand Prix on 9 June with a time of 1:32:09.143.Coming in second and third places were Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Mercedes driver, Lewis Hamilton.