on 29-07-2011 08:31 AM
The bbc and sky sports have jointed rights to formula 1 from next year till 2018, here are links about it
on 29-07-2011 08:49 AM
on 29-07-2011 09:07 AM
on 29-07-2011 09:33 AM
on 29-07-2011 10:51 AM
Twitter has gone nuts when it comes to this news. Pretty much everyone is ***** off at the BBC, SKY and Bernie. And after such a great show so far, it goes where no one wants it.
I won't be buying Sky Sports just to watch a few races. As someone on Twitter pointed out, it can work out to around £50 a race, when you consider half the races will be on the BBC anyway.
There is hardly any other sports I watch. Tennis and F1 are the main sports, as I can't stand football.
The BBC really need to look at what works and what is a load of rubbish. Eastenders for a start, who needs 5 episodes of that Trash a week and an Omnibus at the weekend. Why do people have video recorders again??
Then we have multiple Radio and TV stations, with untold amount of repeats. Get rid of most of the trash and produce what they are good at. Might mean we actually start getting some quality shows on tv.
F1 is one of the best things on BBC right now, and they get rid of most of it.
It's a real shame. I hope the teams can do something about it, because I think there will be millions of viewers not moving over to sky just for F1. I'm considering getting rid of most of my Virgin Subs anyway, as I don't have time to watch most of what is on there anyway, and much better things to spend the money on.
Freeview HD or Freesat HD will do for me.
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