During rounds of the FIA World Rally Championship live radio coverage is available through wrc.com. On-event reporters will bring all the very latest interviews from the stage ends and the service park - it's all you need to stay up to date with the WRC.
Good things come in small packages. This is the mantra by which my mum has lived her life, she is exactly 5ft tall.
Why am I using this analogy?
Well, Rally Acropolis is not as big as it used be. In fact it is a day shorter than normal. Shakedown and qualifying are on Friday, the action kickstarts in the evening and then we have Saturday and Sunday. Does it mean it will be any less thrilling? I doubt it!
At 306 competitive kilometres it is only 32k's shorter than Rally Sweden.
It maybe the shortest competitive distance of the events so far this year but we will be squeezing every last drop of excitement out of the event to deliver to you on a silver platter. Or just a normal plate, we don't do 'fancy' at WRC Live.
Acropolis is always touted as the 'biggest challenge', 'the roughest, toughest event' - I always get a frisson of excitement when reading these statements.
My first Acropolis Rally was in 2002 and back then the rally base was in beautiful Itea & Delphi with the service park based in Parnassos.
It was my first full year in the WRC and my hero was Colin McRae. I remember interviewing him just after his car was 'blessed' by a Greek priest. I got a little nervous and messed up what I was trying to ask, he laughed, gave me a cheeky smile and said 'Do you want to try that one again?'.
He definitely had a great way of making you relax. We didn't edit the question from the interview as it was amusing. Embarrassing but amusing!
Colin went onto to win the event and it was the last time he sealed victory at the Acropolis. With 5 wins there I think he made his mark.
For 2013 our weekend will be busy, not least because Colin Clark and George Donaldson will be covering every stage end but because we will be gauging opinion from around the service park on the possible changes we may see in 2014 to event formats, which has been much talked about over the past few weeks. We will be talking to team management about their thoughts and finding our the very latest news on the subject.
You can also get in touch with your thoughts and views on everything from WRC changes to Mads Ostbergs hairstyle (for the record, we love it ).
In fact I expect you to be in touch and would, quite frankly be very disappointed if I didn't hear from you!
firstname.lastname@example.org is our email address and we are all on twitter, tweeting merrily at every event @becsywecsy for me, @voiceofrally for Colin, @Lisa0lisa for, er, Lisa and @donaldsongeorge for George.
One of the nicest things we hear from our listeners is that we make them feel as if they are part of our team and that through our coverage they could almost be 'at' the event themselves. We received a lot of messages like this after Argentina and we wanted to pass on our thanks - they made us feel all warm and fuzzy!
You can follow us throughout the weekend at these times;
The following times are based on the Greece time zone which is EEST, and are GMT/UTC +3
Friday May 31st: 1800
Saturday June 1st: 8am
Sunday June 2nd: 10am