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Post by formulaonemadman » 08 Mar 2007, 18:50

Super Aguri wrote:..and we get James Allen as commentator. Possibly the worst ever. I'm really sorry for the different countries that use the ITV Feed.


he always tries to say something clever about races in the past and martin brundle always ignores him!!!
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http://batracer.com/-1FrontPage.htm?P36
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Post by ntr » 08 Mar 2007, 19:42

formulaonemadman wrote:
nelmesy16 wrote:the aussie tv doesnt get the GP2 races on tv or the F3 or F3000 and i know other countrys get it so thats sucks i reckon :D but i like the 1 hour pre race thing as i watch the qualifing again :D and all other stuff.


we have gp2 in uk but i never can be bothered to watch it -its not as good and i always forget to watch although i did watch imola last year when james allen said there was a big crash at the start but if was a couple of cars that colided which was annoying and the rest of the race was dreary so if u want to see gp2 - come to uk! (and take a book to read with u cos the races are boring!!)


oh god, the GP2 races are commentated by james allen ONLY!
It's a nightmare ](*,) ](*,)

and remember this... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wif3Kr0y5js 8-[ 8-[ 8-[ 8-[
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Post by Super Aguri » 08 Mar 2007, 20:00

Thats the previous weeks highlights on ITV with James Allen.

I don't watch that.

I prefer the live British Eurosport Races plus the Porsche SuperCup and the other support races. If he wrecked the British Eurosport coverage I wouldn't be happy
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Post by nelmesy16 » 09 Mar 2007, 11:36

lol... is james allen an british commentaitor??? coz ive never heard of him before!
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Post by formulaonemadman » 09 Mar 2007, 13:36

yeah he is a british commentator and has done f1 commentating for about 7 years ans staerted taking over when muarry walker stopped
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Post by nelmesy16 » 09 Mar 2007, 14:09

god i cant believe i forgot his foice! hes horrible sometimes!
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Post by formulaonemadman » 09 Mar 2007, 14:47

whats is his foice?????????????????????????????????????????????????? :-k :-k :-k
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Post by iceman1 » 09 Mar 2007, 18:56

nternational broadcasters

Country TV Network Language

Albania Top Channel Albanian
Argentina Fox Sports Spanish
Armenia Shant TV Armenian
Australia Network Ten English
Austria ORF German
Belgium Canvas Dutch
Belgium RTBF La Deux French
Bolivia Fox Sports Spanish
Brazil Rede Globo Portuguese
Bulgaria BTV Bulgarian
Canada RDS / TSN French / English
Chile Fox Sports Spanish
China CCTV-5 / SH-G Chinese
Costa Rica Fox Sports Spanish
Croatia HTV Croatian
Czech Republic TV Nova Czech
Denmark TV2 Danish
Estonia TV3 Estonian
Finland MTV3 and MTV3 MAX Finnish
France TF1 French
France Eurosport French
Germany N-tv German
Germany RTL Television German
Germany Premiere German
Greece Alpha TV Greek
Hong Kong now TV-Star Sports Cantonese or English
Hungary RTL Klub Hungarian
Iceland Sjónvarpið Icelandic
India Star Sports English
Indonesia Global TV English / Indonesian
Ireland Setanta Sports English
Italy Rai Uno Italian
Japan Fuji Television Japanese
Kazakhstan Khabar Kazakh / Russian
Latvia LNT Latvian
Lithuania TV3, Tango TV Lithuanian
Malaysia 8TV English
ESPN Star Sports Chinese / English
Mexico Televisa Spanish
Fox Sports Spanish
Monaco Télé Monte Carlo French / English
Montenegro TVCG 2 Montenegrin
Netherlands RTL 7 Dutch
New Zealand SKY Sport 1 English
TVNZ Digital English
Norway TV3 Norwegian
Philippines Star Sports English
Poland TV 4 Polish
Portugal Sport TV Portuguese
Qatar Al Jazeera Arabic
Romania TVR Romanian
Russia Ren-TV Russian
Serbia B92 Serbian
Singapore ESPN Star Sports English
Slovakia TV Markíza Slovak
Slovenia POP TV Slovenian
South Africa DStv English
Spain Telecinco Spanish
TV3 Catalan
Sweden TV6/VS1 Swedish
Switzerland SF 2 German
TSR 2 French
TSI 2 Italian
Taiwan Star Sports English / Chinese
Thailand Star Sports English / Thai
Turkey CNN TÃœRK Turkish
Ukraine Megasport Ukrainian / Russian
United Kingdom ITV English
United States Speed Channel English
FOX English
Venezuela Televen Spanish

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Fo ... oadcasters

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Post by tommy » 09 Mar 2007, 19:22

I usually watch F1 at home alone with prezzels and coke! :D
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Post by iceman1 » 10 Mar 2007, 10:10

SPEED will open the 2007 Formula One season with live coverage of the Australian Grand Prix from Albert Park in Melbourne on March 15 with practice sessions at 11 p.m. ET. In preparation for the season opener, the SPEED Formula One broadcast team of Bob Varsha, Steve Matchett, David Hobbs and Peter Windsor preview the upcoming year in Grand Prix racing.

In 2007, the SPEED broadcast team will call four Grand Prix races on FOX – the Canadian Grand Prix (live), U.S. Grand Prix (live), French Grand Prix and British Grand Prix. The remaining 13 events will be live and exclusive to SPEED, including the famed Grand Prix of Monaco.

“We feel that we have assembled the finest announce team, not only on SPEED, but in all of racing,â€￾ said Frank Wilson, SPEED VP of Production. “Bob, David, and Steve have tremendous knowledge and chemistry in the booth and pit reporter Peter Windsor can get more out of F1 drivers and team members than anyone in the paddock.â€￾

great but i'll watch watch some races on Eurosport and aljazeerasport and maybe ITV i hope =D>

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Post by nelmesy16 » 10 Mar 2007, 10:16

i will be on star sports and espn and ten network! and for the malaysian gp i will be there :D/ :D :)
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Post by theo » 31 Mar 2007, 16:55

i watch them on TF1, alone eaach sunday.

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Post by gutobr » 31 Mar 2007, 17:50

red_f_enzo wrote:I watch heres on my couch, with a lot of Chips and Beer :D


Here in Brazil the european races are all in the morning... I get a good breakfast, but alone...I like to watch alone cuz they speak too much and a F1 race is a sacred moment for me. But when the races are in Australia, Japan, China, Malaysia I do the same as yu: watch heres on my couch, with a lot of Chips and Beer!! :D :D :D

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Post by nelmesy16 » 01 Apr 2007, 06:40

lol too bad im not old enough to drink beer :D but i can eat chips :D
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