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janhein

December 22, 2015 4:45 AM

F1 » Channel 4 to televise F1 as BBC cancels contract


mrfill:
janhein: there really is no way to watch f1 live on the internet? anybody? please?
Yes. Pay for a Sky subscription. Then pay extra for sport channels. Then pay extra for high definition. Then you get Sky Go for nothing and you can watch on the internet. A mere £61.50/month. Kerching.... Alternatively, NowTV for £10.99 a weekend. Both 100% legal
i pay 40 american dollars a month for sky tv and that gets me f1 latino america. i want to ditch sky and watch on the web. weird that formula1.com does not broadcast their own product, and thanks for your input.

janhein

December 21, 2015 3:53 PM
Last Edited 133 days ago

F1 » Channel 4 to televise F1 as BBC cancels contract


mrfill:
WYNK: Their efforts on cricket and horse racing have IMO been pretty good, in fact some of it ('The Morning Line' and the test cricket highlights') has been excellent. although I watch my F1 on Sky, I have no doubt C4 will do a good job. Big and ironic lol by the way at folk who repeatedly intimate that Sky is owned by a crook, then talk about using illegal internet feeds of grand prix.....
Part of the problem is that there is no legal feed. motogp.com have live streaming for every session in HD with replays and lots of goodies. It costs, but then so does BT or Sky. FOM could make a packet with a live full featured stream on their site but the dinosaurs won't have it.
i have been watching f1 live on f1latinoamerica the past year. horrible commentary but everything live. is it really true that there is no live feed for the races on the internet?

janhein

December 13, 2015 4:55 PM

F1 » Villeneuve: Hamilton behaved like 'spoilt child' after claiming title


hamilton is a sore loser, even when he wins. big deal. to me, after winning the title, hamilton just lacked motivation. too much partying, not enough hunger left. the set up issues go both ways, so villeneuve is right to say hamilton should not whine about that. a change in suspension however could favor rosbergs driving style. possible and we dont know.

janhein

December 12, 2015 4:37 AM
Last Edited 143 days ago

F1 » Rosberg stands by Hamilton COTA criticism


dear crash moderator, since i did not attack anybody, why did you delete that stuff about a poster attacking another poster? no biggie, just curious. EDIT by CRASH.NET! The only post that was removed had no content, other than the actual quoted post that you were referring to. This had used up the allocatable space, so your comments, if any, did not appear.


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