Hoping to watch the 2010 F1 season in high definition? Afraid you’re set for another disappointment.
BBC’s Lee McKenzie has said on Twitter that FOM will not be offering Formula 1 in HD to broadcasters until 2011.
Many other forms of motor racing have been broadcast in high def for years. This year will be the sixth season NASCAR has been broadcast in HD.
While F1 dawdles about catching up with HD technology, football is pressing ahead with the introduction of 3D broadcasts, starting with this year’s World Cup.
- FOA want more F1 on pay-TV
- Why the government must protect live F1 broadcasts on free-to-air television
Promoted content from around the web | Become an F1 Fanatic Supporter to hide this ad and others