Presenter Guy Martin to race against Jenson Button

A year ago, Channel 4 presenter Guy Martin joined the Williams F1 pit crew; this year, he has re-joined the team and is set to take on Jenson Button at Silverstone. Martin will be driving an iconic Williams Heritage car for the race, and all eyes will be on him and the car to see what kind of performance they can deliver.

Rebuilding a classic

Chanel 4 and Williams Heritage Heritage have teamed up for the race and are rebuilding the first F1 car driven by the late, great Ayrton Senna. Martin will get behind the wheel of the rebuilt car and will race against Button on the first day of the British, have teamed up for the race and are rebuilding the first F1 car driven by the late, great Ayrton Senna. Martin will get behind the wheel of the rebuilt car and will race against Button on the first day of the British Grand Prix.

The car Martin will be driving is the Williams FW08C, while Button will be driving the FW08B. The latter is one of the most unusual cars ever made – a six-wheeled Williams prototype that the motorsport’s governing body banned just a few months short of the 1983 season.

A need for speed

The race is sure to kickstart the 2018 British Grand Prix, with those lucky enough to be at the F1 Paddock Club in Britain having a bird’s-eye view of the action. Those not lucky enough to have booked through a sporting events company such as https://edgeglobalevents.com/f1-paddock-club/britain/ will be able to watch the race on Channel 4, as the showdown is part of a new documentary called Speed With Guy Martin: Classic F1 Driver.

In the documentary, Martin must get to grips not only with rebuilding the iconic car but also with driving it and taking on one of the world’s most prominent F1 drivers at Silverstone. The car is said to be one of the most challenging to drive; however, Martin says he feels confident. He knows that he is in good company behind the wheel and that it is a real privilege to be bringing the vehicle back to life, the world’s most prominent F1 drivers at Silverstone. The car is said to be one of the most challenging to drive; however, Martin says he feels confident. He knows that he is in good company behind the wheel and that it is a real privilege to be bringing the vehicle back to life for a race that has never before taken place.

Senna won the 1983 Monaco Grand Prix in the car and Martin is hopeful that he has a chance of beating Button. He says that with a vehicle like this, all bets are off! Williams Heritage is also thrilled by the Channel 4 production and is looking. All bets are off! Williams Heritage is also thrilled by the Channel 4 production and is looking forward to seeing both Button and Martin showcase some of the team’s history.

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