F1 in the blogs 24: ITV & Ofcom

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

ITVAre ITV breaking broadcasting regulations by showing advertisements during live Formula 1 races? Jon McKnight thinks so, and he’s trying to do something about it.

Also in the round-up of the F1 blogs this week, Superleague Formula, BMW’s Pit Lane Park, the joys of being a Minardi fan, and why NASCAR fans should give F1 a try.

F1Fanatic’s Post of the Week

Stop the spoilsports!

Jon McKnight reckons Ofcom should step in to stop ITV from running adverts during F1 races. He’s set up a petition and has stacks of information on how to complain. Check it out.

More F1 in the blogs

Pedro de la Rosa, McLaren-Mercedes, Hockenheim, 2006Pedro de la Rosa blames lack of karting for his stalled career – The Spaniard started late compared to his rivals – not least of which Fernando Alonso who began karting at the age of three!

Premier 1 GP v2.0 – Our sister site Maximum Motorsport on the latest plans to bring motor sport and football together.

Gear up for F1! – A blogger’s trip through the BMW Pit Lane Park as it visits Malaysia.

New angle on F1 – Onboard cameras in F1 take a step forward – but when are we going to get HD?

Avanti Minardi! You’ve got to admire the little guys. Formula 1 has lost something with the absence of Minardi and their back of the grid cohorts.

15 Reasons for a NASCAR Fan to Watch Formula One – The never-ending debate goes on.

Everyone wants a piece of Lewis – From Richard and Judy to Stevenage Borough FC, Lewis Hamilton is in massive demand. Don’t expect him to do those nude centrefolds any time soon, though.

Malaysia 2007: Pics from the paddock – Behind the scenes with the Renault F1 blog

Fauzy apologies – Malaysians will not get to see their home hero in action for Spyker on Friday.

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