F1 TV Coverage for 2014

Schedule for all the live F1 TV races on BBC and Sky Sports F1.

Sky Sports F1 3D – Badger gets its specs out

It has been known for some time that FOM and Bernie have been experimenting with 3D coverage, but for various reasons it has taken...

The U.S Grand Prix Hangover

Americans love their telly. From poorly scripted soap operas to poorly staged moon landings via great sporting events and side-splitting comedies, they know how to do television.

The Spanish Grand Prix Hangover

It is a common misconception that if you cut a worm in half you get two worms. You don't. What you actually get is two dead pieces of worm. That's what we have this year with split F1 coverage on British TV screens.

The Bahrain Grand Prix Hangover

Musical taste is a contentious topic. Perhaps not as contentious as running a major international sporting event amidst large scale (and at times violent) popular...

The Chinese Grand Prix Hangover

I don't much care for the musical stylings of Boyzone's Ronan Keating. I'm sure he's a nice guy but I'm not big into his work. Yet, despite this, I was thinking about Keating's voice throughout Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.

The Malaysian Grand Prix Hangover

The Sky Pad: sounds flash, doesn't it? Like where George Jetson would live if he ditched that tiresome wife of his and embraced the bachelor lifestyle. A funky dwelling-pod on stilts set amongst the clouds.

The Australian Grand Prix Hangover

It's the BBC. And Sky. In a giant televisual bear pit. Fighting to the death. And our man Jack was there to witness it.