On 13/06/2018 2:40 AM, larkim wrote:
> On Tuesday, 12 June 2018 13:56:32 UTC+1, M2T wrote:
>>> The combined average audience of 1.64 million viewers is the lowest average audience in the modern era for a Formula 1 race in the UK dating back to at least 2005.
>> Sky are paying £100m a year for F1 from next year. It might prove
>> cheaper for them to post DVDs of the race to subscribers.
> Canada is the worst of all worlds for broadcast in the UK if you're not a
> Sky subscriber. 11pm race start time, so you either stay up very late on a
> Sunday to watch the highlights on the night before the working week, or
> you record it and get up the next morning to hear the result on the
> breakfast news programmes and spoil the event!
11PM start time - luxury.
Here in NZ the euro races starts between midnight to 2AM. A hanful are
afternooon, and the Americas ones 6AM or so.
So if I want to watch the F1.com live timing that makes it hard. But for
most races I do it.