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Will F1 be in HD this year?

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    Jonathan

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    Does anyone know if the BBC will be broadcasting F1 in HD this year?

    Will get Sky HD if they will be!

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    Rucknar

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    Well Jake Humphrey said on twitter before XMAS that we should find out very soon.

    Not a peep since so i’m gonna presume it will be on BBC One HD but it will only be upscaled content rather than the full HD feed….

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    newnhamlea1

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    Well sky germany are broadcasting it in native HD now, so I presume the bbc will follow suit.

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    US_Peter

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    So now we know it’ll be in HD. The question becomes whether or not the broadcasters turn around and offer it in HD. I have satellite service, so I’ll have to upgrade my receiver to an HD box if SPEED offers it. So far I haven’t had a reason to upgrade, but if F1 is HD on SPEED I don’t think I’ll be able to resist.

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    it has been confirmed that it will be in HD look at the home page of this site

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    Stephen Jones

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    german tv is in HD.. german

    but that should mean FOM is using HD.. yeah?

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    AndrewTanner

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    I can’t see the BBC passing this up. Thankfully if I upgrade, being with Virgin Media means it’s a one off fee.

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    Keith Collantine

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    So far we know it will in Britain, Germany and Australia.

    Story here: BBC and other channels to show F1 in HD in 2011

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