peter wrote:I think the idea is to alternate French and Belgian GP's to keep that slot rather than replacing a GP ?
catalanglais wrote:Yes, you're right about Massa. It's a shame he never lived up to his early promise.
taken from their websiteWe're still working things through and are not in a position to confirm everything yet - but we are able to reveal some of the headlines: including which races we will be covering live; and how we intend to broadcast highlights of the rest.
The first thing to stress is that we will be at every race, bringing the season to life for BBC TV viewers.
In terms of coverage, we'll have 10 of the races live, which are: China (15 April), Spain (3 May), Monaco (27 May), Europe (24 June), Britain (8 July), Belgium (2 September), Singapore (23 September), Korea (14 October), Abu Dhabi (4 November), Brazil (25 November).
For the other races we will run extended highlights a few hours after the chequered flag.
The plan is that races in the Far East time zone, which take place early in the morning in the UK, will be run as a two-hour show at 2pm.
And for highlights of European GPs we're looking to run 90-minute programmes, going out at 5.30pm
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