"Let's get ready to rumble. Watch us reck the mic, watch us reck the mic, watch us reck the mic... psyche!"
Ah, the inimitable words of Ant and Dec. Who'd have thought two rather bad child actors from Byker Grove would go on to dominate the charts, Saturday night TV and Britain's light entertainment industry in general?
Anyway, those famous lyrics from the Brit Award nominated (seriously) single, are meant to signify that we've hit the business end of proceedings in this monster weekend of F1.
Silverstone may have learned only yesterday that it will not play host to the British Grand Prix from 2010 - that honour will go to Donington Park - but for now, it's all about Stowe corner, Hangar Straight and Becketts Outside.
In practice yesterday, there was little to choose between Ferrari and McLaren - Felipe Massa dominating the morning session despite a crash at Stowe and Heikki Kovalainen came out on top in the afternoon.
McLaren & Ferrari set Friday pace
Lewis Hamilton - Britain's great hope for this weekend - was third in both sessions, and after two dismal races in Canada and France he'll be desperate to impress on his home ground.
Elsewhere, David Coulthard and Jenson Button will both have been happy with second practice on Friday - finishing 4th and 7th respectively - but may have to hope for a little help from the weather if they are to earn a podium finish on Sunday.
The BMWs, meanwhile, of Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica looked surprisingly uncompetitive - it will be interesting to see if they can turn things around this morning in final practice - while the Williams of Nico Rosberg did almost enough late yesterday to suggest it may not be a two or three horse race tomorrow.
As with yesterday, we have our F1 guru Andrew Benson trackside, we have David Croft and Maurice Hamilton on Radio 5 Live sports extra, we have my good self pulling it all together and providing my own unique/alternate take on things, and I want you to get involved as much as possible on here or text on 81111.