US fans get interactive F1

United States Grand Prix, Indianapolis, 2004, startAmericans F1 fans will be the first to get interactive coverage of Formula One over the Internet during this year’s United States Grand Prix. Racing channel Speed are providing multiple screens via a broadband feed costing US$14.99 (???8.09) via SPEEDtv.com.

The stream will also be available for fans to watch a replay of the race up to 90 days after the event. Once again, the Americans are miles ahead in terms of providing superior motor sport entertainment, whether it’s in terms of broadcasting or at the track itself. Formula One Administration should have been providing this kind of service for international fans years ago.

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