F1 » Ecclestone says BBC/Sky explanation 'not realistic'


F1 commercial rights-holder Bernie Ecclestone insists an explanation for the unpopular BBC/Sky deal is 'not realistic' - as confusion reigns over how the Beeb will show non-live races...


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Jon BS - Unregistered

September 14, 2011 4:44 PM

One point that I don't see being put concerns the unemployed. How can the unemployed F1 fan see their favourite sport in 2012. Well one way would be to find any pub in the locality that has two sky boxes. Why two? Because If any F1 race coincides with Footy it loses out. So one Sky box will be showing Sunday Football and only if the pub possesses another extra sky box which could conceivably show F1.

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