F1 » Sky to be 'ultimate news service for F1'

Sky Sports News has revealed its plans to provide additional F1 coverage in 2012.

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January 26, 2012 11:44 AM
Last Edited 1555 days ago

Kick things off with a big splash and slowly dwindle the servive and move on to other areas of Media Interest.

Thats the way Murdoch works in Australia together with repeat after repeat


January 26, 2012 12:17 PM
Last Edited 1555 days ago

Not to mention their prowess at phone and computer HACKING abilities to get exclusive stories, should be interesting to see how the teams cope with that one.

Renegade - Unregistered

January 26, 2012 12:22 PM

There is only so much news to go around and there are only so many features you can make before you start spewing up the same stuff week after week.

I watch practice if I can, get up to date on whats gone on, watch quali and the race and a bit of feedback afterwards. To drag a race weekend out for 6 days is just crazy, there is going to be nothing new in there that you wouldn't have got before. if I watched it I'd just get really annoyed at the same things coming up again and again, thats the sky way I guess.

RD350LC - Unregistered

January 26, 2012 12:35 PM

Yet another kick in the nuts for people that have a sense of morality and will not to pay for anything from $ly or any other Murdoch company
& the BBC doing business with them is an insult to every license payer

dogbear - Unregistered

January 26, 2012 1:04 PM

I have watched F1 for years and like a lot of other people i cannot afford Sky, so i have to say goodbye to the only thing i really enjoyed. I got the Senna dvd for christmas and what was striking was even Senna had to deal with the political rubbish back in the day so some things never change, good dvd if you watch it you'll see what i mean. :-(


January 26, 2012 1:59 PM
Last Edited 1555 days ago

dogbear. fear not. despite all the comments, you will still be able to see all the races on bbc. the only trouble is that 10 of them will be later than the actual race. this also used to happen in the past on bbc, for the fly-away races. it never ceases to amaze me to hear some posters claiming that they wont be able to see the races.
and virgin announced that they would also be transmitting the races on their system

doomoftv - Unregistered

January 26, 2012 2:07 PM

most races are quite boring. Cant see how having extra coverage of everything will change that. You will just get bored quicker. Skeye know they wont really make any money out of it but the plan is to deprive people without pay tv of more and more till they buckle under.
good luck sky to@@ers

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