Justin Wilson, Britain's fastest starting Formula One star, headlines ITV1's Formula One pre-race build up ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix this Sunday at 5.20 pm.

The Minardi F1 racer spent last Thursday with a film crew instructing ITV F1's Louise Goodman how to reach the competitive limits when driving the impressive line-up of race-bred machinery available on PalmerSport's Motorsport Sensation, ranging from the turbo-charged thrust of the Mitsubishi Evo VI and Vauxhall VX220 Turbo through to the finely engineered race power of the Formula Palmer Audi single-seater and the brand new Palmer Jaguar JP1 sports prototype.

The Motorsport Sensation, hosted at Bedford Autodrome - the only venue in the world designed and built specifically for corporate motorsport events, is owned and operated by PalmerSport; the company set up and run by Wilson's manager and former F1 driver Jonathan Palmer.

With prices starting from ?450 + VAT, The Motorsport Sensation boasts an unprecedented line-up of vehicles with unrivalled motorsport pedigrees, superb instructors encouraging the timid and challenging the enthusiast to go faster on Bedford Autodrome's four separate purpose-built circuits.

Prior to racing alongside the likes of Michael Schumacher and David Coulthard in Formula One this season and in-between his championship successes in Formula Palmer Audi and International F3000, Wilson was a full-time instructor for PalmerSport. While he can only instruct on an occasional basis now thanks to a demanding Formula One schedule, the British rookie was still perfectly placed to advise Goodman on the skills and techniques required to push the full range of cars available.

Proving he had lost none of the personable attributes that make him a favourite amongst the PalmerSport guests, Wilson treated Goodman with some of his own moves behind the wheel ensuring the pit-lane reporter experienced corporate motorsport F1-style! Following a full-day's filming all parties prepared to fly out to Brazil for this weekend's Grand Prix at the Interlagos Circuit.

To see how Wilson and Goodman got on, tune in to ITV1 at 5.20 pm this Sunday (6 April) with Round 3 of the Formula One World Championship, the Brazilian Grand Prix, live at 6pm.