Re: F1 on the BBC
This is great news, but with a few reservations:
BBC please get Martin Brundle.
BBC please DON'T get James Allen, Louise Goodman, Mark Blundell, Ted Kravitz and Steve Ryder....and definitely NOT Murray Walker.
Please keep and extend the grid walkabout, but cut-out all the other pointless interviews, 'feature 'insights' and interminable infills of pure waffle and concentrate on the action.
They don't even need 'the Chain' - just maybe a recording of a Ferrari engine on a quick practise lap.
And if they ceased their coverage of horse racing, golf, darts, snooker and athletics that may even result in a drop in the cost of a TV license.
"The best way to make a small fortune out of motor racing............is to spend a large fortune" Briggs Cunningham.