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No, it was about the bbc saying 'this is how much we've got, we've done a good job promoting f1 and will continue to do so IF you accept what's on the table'..how can sky get a 'bigger audience' when they're merely hoping to rope in those dedicated to f1 already..the bigger audience is for themselves and not f1..i'm curious whether the myriad english speaking countries will sign up to sky's broadcast or decide to take a highlights package the bbc can offer. will australia, new zealand, south africa, canada etc agree to pay double what they do now...the only true f1 fan benefactors are those in the market now looking for counterfeit sky cards because they'll get free movies also ...there are a few of these cards around if you ask the right folk and cheap to boot...anyone want one lol...