WRC » Timing issues cast doubt over Monte Carlo


A dispute between Stage One Technology and North One Sport over timing equipment casts fresh doubt over the start of the 2012 World Rally Championship season


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chizzie - Unregistered

February 16, 2012 6:14 AM

Well ,I was delighted to see that Eurosport was doing the coverage of Monte Carlo for us Aussie Rally Fans...Have always thought that Eurosport were doing an absolutely sensational job with their IRC coverage...So hopes were high..They even replayed each days highlights 3 times,unlike the last broadcasters ,who would give you day 1 on Saturday ,day 2 on monday (maybe)...and Day three maybe next week..after the highlights package(sometimes)...unless they were showing non-stop Nascar which pushes everything aside ('supose Foxtel being American, thinks everybody loves to watch cars go round and around for 4 hours).I mean..4 different broadcasters in 4 years..Please,give me a break...So I scan the Eurosport guide for Rally Sweden...Nothing !!!!...Leave message with Eurosport, who actually rang me back, to say they were unsuccesful(or negotiations broke down)..so NO rally coverage for Australian views in the forseable future..Great !!!...Nothing like missing out on your favourite program.Yo

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