Unknown74 wrote:What is the deal regarding the coverage of races for next season? Which races are being covered in full by the BBC and which are Sky in full control of? I don't have Sky so the BBC is my only hope for races............
10 Races will be covered by the BBC, of which suprisingly Australia isnt one of them. All the early races will be shown (highlights) in a 2 hour program at 1400, whereas the EU timed races will be shown in a 90 minute program at 1730.
BBC races will be:
China, Spain, Monaco, Europe(think its Valencia again next year), GB, Belgium, Singapore, Korea, Abu Dhabi and Brazil.
Cant help but feel seriously let down by the BBC here, im in the same position as you. Unless i can find a reliable source of steaming on the web next year i wont be following F1 the way i have been before, may even give it up altogether!
More details here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/formula ... 893254.stm
Watching the BBC highlights program now, although its put together well it just isnt the same as watching the full race live. Having watched the race earlier its pointless IMO.
Race wise, wasnt the greatest of races this year, shame the predicited rain never turned up. Well done to Webber for finally winning for Red Bull, however i suspect there was more to the 'gearbox proplem' that was mentioned.