- Bahrain Grand Prix 2017: Is it on TV? What time is Formula 1 on in the UK?
- Formula 1: Drive to Survive
- Formula 1's TV and digital audiences grow for the second year running
- Formula 1: BBC Sport
Bahrain Grand Prix 2017: Is it on TV? What time is Formula 1 on in the UK?
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Formula One's television audience has reversed by 40 million following a spectacular U-Turn in the way it measures the number of viewers watching its races. Official figures released by F1 last year revealed that it had million viewers in but a press release distributed by the series yesterday claimed that it was actually far lower. Instead of saying that F1 had million viewers in the press release claimed that there were at most In summary, although F1 said last year that it had million viewers in it has now reduced this figure by at least 40 million. This sounds positive but the revised audience figure may well send shivers down the spines of F1 team bosses. That is because sponsorship rates tend to be proportionate to the number of viewers on TV and last year the teams were selling space on their cars on the strength of the million audience figure which was released by F1 in the most official of sources.
Formula 1 has registered a significant increase in its audience figures during the season, across both digital and TV platforms, compared to the previous year. China, who benefitted from the return to CCTV as the main free-to-air broadcaster, increased its reach more than three times since Brazil This is the second consecutive year of growth. The global cumulative audience reached 1. Once again, the top three markets by cumulative audience are Brazil, Germany and Italy.
Who's driving for who, TV schedule and the big changes explained ahead of the new season. The slate is clean for the 68th Formula One world championship season after the retirement of winner Nico Rosberg at the end of A driver merry-go-round was sparked when Nico Rosberg retired as world champion at the end of last season. Valtteri Bottas moved from Williams as his replacement and Felipe Massa came out of the shortest retirement ever stepped back into the seat at Williams alongside European Formula 3 champion Lance Stroll. Rosberg's shock retirement after overcoming his team-mate leaves only one man to beat this season - Lewis Hamilton. Big changes to bodywork and tyres for this season with both elements becoming wider to improve grip and downforce. This is supposed to speed up the cars but also makes them more of a physical challenge to drive - expect lap times to improve by more than three seconds on most courses.
This evening, RTL have confirmed that Formula 1 will remain on their network for the next three years, until the end of the season at least. As part of their announcement, RTL also confirmed that Nico Rosberg and Timo Glock will join the network as pundits, replacing Niki Lauda, who stepped down from his duties at the end of the season. The owners of Formula 1 have an economic interest in the fact that the sport is seen by many people and we stand here as a free-TV broadcaster in general and RTL in particular. The agreement is part of our strategy that aims to increase and strengthen television coverage on a worldwide basis, whilst tailoring it to the characteristics of each TV market. The pay-TV rights that Sky Deutschland previously held now hang in the balance, and it appears that Sky could well end up losing the television rights in Germany altogether to Eurosport, a fascinating development if it comes to fruition.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive
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Formula 1's TV and digital audiences grow for the second year running
This is a list of Formula One broadcasters and 'World Feed' producers. TV broadcasters all take what is known as the 'World Feed', which starting with select races in , has been produced by FOM Formula One Management , for almost every round of the World Championship. Previously, a 'host broadcaster' from each nation produced the World Feed for their home race, for example TF1 for the French Grand Prix. This led to a two-tier system which was unpopular with viewers due to local broadcasters focusing heavily on local teams and drivers, whilst missing key moments. Host Broadcasters did trialled widescreen broadcasts for local viewers sporadically prior to the season - FujiTV and Australia are some of the broadcasters who did.
Sign in. At the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix, Ricciardo feels pressure by an upstate. Also, the men and women of Williams Racing fight to remain relevant. The troubled offtrack relationship between Red Bull and Renault hits a new low. Meanwhile, a top Formula 1 driver makes a shocking move.
Sign in. See the list. Grand Prix Driver goes inside the secretive world of Formula 1 by offering never-before-granted access to the inner workings of McLaren. Narrated by Michael Douglas. Set in the golden era of Grand Prix Racing '1' tells the story of a generation of charismatic drivers who raced on the edge, risking their lives during Formula 1's deadliest period, and the men who stood up and changed the sport forever. Focusing on the career and family of its legendary founder Sir Frank Williams, the British sports documentary tells the extraordinary story of the Williams Formula 1 team, from its inception to the present day. This powerful story captures the heart of the s - told through unseen footage and exclusive interviews with the people who were really there - the team managers, families, journalists
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