The governing body of F1 can suck it….

Bernie Ecelstone, Fox Sports, NBC and the FIA can all bite me… lol… I don’t get NBC Sports with my current TV package, my local NBC affiliate doesn’t carry it and I refuse to cough up the extra dough just to watch F1 this year. So with that, I have found that you can get F1 feeds in a couple of different ways. One way that doesn’t work all that well, but it’s an option is to get on one of the personal broadcast sites and wait for someone to broadcast their local/cable feed….yes, sometimes you can have Japaneses or German commentation…. but hey you are watching. The other is… Apps. That’s all I’m going to say because Its a good thing and I would rather keep watching with English speaking commentators.

The most difficult thing is watching the races Live. As many of you know the start times are usually in local time, so you have to deal with that. Best bet is to go to F1’s website(http://www.formula1.com/races/) and Click on the race, then find the button on the righthand side to change times to your local time. Then “Tune” in. There are replays on the 2nd option I listed, so that will make it easier to catch some of it at a normal time of day.

Anyway, the F1 Season is shaping up to be a good one again… Vetel is strong as are Kimi, Weber and the Ferrari drivers. We’ll see how the car development goes through out the season, but tires could be the main question that determines many of the races.

Got more to come, so stay tuned guys.

 

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