F1 » Walker laments 'free to air' loss


Murray Walker has called the loss of full-time BBC F1 coverage 'a tragedy', but admits that Sky will 'do a very good job'.


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Peter Bourne - Unregistered

August 04, 2011 6:35 PM

It is a shame that F1 has lost sight of it's roots. We, the fans & supporters, deserve better than to be ignored by a sport that lives and dies by the publics support or lack of. If we the fans do not watch the Sky coverage then Sky will lose advertising revenue and we will yet see F1 back on BBC. The greed of CVC is understandable as Bernie once again has screwed more money out of this sport to the detriment of the teams and fans alike. I cannot understand why the teams have allowed one man to dominate this sport so severely. What will happen when Bernie goes to that garage in the sky, who will take over then?

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