#8390293, By bionic_v2 Motorsport

  • bionic_v2 2 Feb 2012 22:06:37 116 posts
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    I guess its not all bad..

    BBC reveals F1 coverage schedule for 2012

    The BBC has revealed its coverage plans for all Formula 1 races in 2012.

    Ten races will be shown live on BBC One, including the British, Monaco and season-ending Brazilian Grands Prix.

    Of the other 10, there will be extended highlights programmes on BBC One, of either 90-minute or two-hour duration depending on race location.

    Races in the Far Eastern time zone will have highlights broadcast on BBC One at 1400, with those in the European time zone getting 90 minutes at 1730.

    The BBC's coverage of all the live races will be as extensive as ever, with all the action on and off the track across TV, radio, online, red button and mobile.

    There will be full live coverage of both qualifying and race on BBC One, BBC One HD and the BBC Sport website, plus a one-hour evening highlights programme on BBC Three and BBC HD.

    For these races, all three practice sessions will be shown live on the red button and the website.

    The F1 Forum will continue on the red button for about an hour of comment and analysis after the programme.

    The presentation team will be at all the races, including those that are not being broadcast live on BBC television. Full details of the team will be revealed at a later date.

    For those races in the Far East time zone which take place early in the morning in the UK, two hours of highlights will be shown at 1400.

    For races which are run at a time that is early afternoon in the UK, 90 minutes of highlights will be shown at 1730. Schedules are subject to change.
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