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F1 Fanatic - Art
F1 video games, mostly, and whatever F1 videos I stumble upon on YouTube. Plus F1F, obviously.
Come to think about it now, I still have a YT rip of 2011 Canadian Grand Prix on my computer that I stopped watching shortly before the restart, time to see the rest of it!
French-speaking F1 Fanatics can check out the 2011 edition – it has a free preview on Amazon
Might give us some more insight on what actually is in those books.
(I’m blind and haven’t noticed the existence of “Edit” button. My bad.)
My view of the start, unfortunately ends just as the Massa/Magnussen crash takes place, so little of crowd reaction got captured.
Also, a little gallery of photos I’ve taken.
1. What country are you in?
2. Which channels broadcast F1 near you?
Polsat Sport/Polsat Sport Extra
3. Do they show all the races live or only a limited number?
4. Do they also show qualifying live?
5. Do they also show practice sessions live?
6. If they are a subscription channel, what does a full year’s subscription cost (excluding limited time offers)?
Can’t remember the exact figures, but it’s something around 15 EUR/month for a satellite TV subscription including the Polsat Sport channels (can’t be bought separately)
7. Do they broadcast coverage online?
8. Please supply any other relevant information such as alternative viewing options
There’s no alternatives, unfortunately, apart from tuning in to the German/Austrian TV. Polsat used to brodacast F1 on their free channel, but switched to the paid ones this season – since Kubica’s departure from the sport viewing figures remain quite low, and I can only assume F1 no longer makes the money they wanted it to. The commentary is also a subject of criticism here, we have much better motorsport commentators in this country than Andrzej Borowczyk who’s disliked by a lot of people. But apart from that, nothing much to complain about.