I'm waiting for Michael Schumacher, who is going to drive the eight miles to the circuit with me so I can get his thoughts on returning to Silverstone, find out how he sees his season so far, and ask what he can achieve in the remaining 10 races.
You will be able to see the (potentially quite quick) journey on our pre-qualifying show on Saturday, and there is plenty of other stuff to make this weekend even more special than usual.
Lewis takes the pub quiz music round to heart
I'll be flying into the circuit in Martin Brundle's helicopter; we've got a not-to-be-missed pub quiz with Lewis, Jenson and some other famous faces, and DC driving a friend around the new-look Silverstone track.
I really look forward to meeting lots of you over the course of the weekend. I love the buzz of British GP weekend and, with the season so finely poised, it's set to be as exciting as ever.
One of the things I'm most looking forward to sharing with you all is the little race we filmed last week. We took what has been described as "the greatest F1 car of all time" and raced it against the most recent British Grand Prix winner.
The Alfa 158 won every race in 1950, taking Nino Farina to the first ever World Championship. Remarkably it then carried Juan Manuel Fangio to glory the following season, when the car was a remarkable 13 years old. In modern F1 the cars are barely 13 weeks old!
You can catch the video on Sunday but in the meantime, have a look at these photos from the event.
And while I'm on the subject, at the end of the month, Stirling Moss is hoping to make his racing return after his recent accident. The Silverstone Classic will see cars from the 1920s to the '90s going wheel-to-wheel and the racing if often great to watch.
Enjoy the weekend and enjoy the coverage - starting at 1210 BST on Saturday and Sunday on BBC One. See you then!