Turkey (Cine5) Emre Tilev and Aytaç Kot interpreted the 1995-1996-1997 seasons. (NTV) Fuat akdağ-Erkan Arseven & Okay Karacan-Serra Yılmaz duo commented on the 7 seasons between 1998 and 2004, respectively. (Cnn Turk) Cem Yılmaz-Serhan Acar duo interpreted the 2005–2008 seasons. (TRT 2009-2010-2011) (Sporsmart, 2012-2013-2014-2016) (Tivibuspor and Ligtv 2015) (S Sport 2017-) Broadcast Channels.
Grand Prix Circuit Broadcaster Year Bahrain Sakhir FOM 2004–2010, 2012– Saudi Arabian Jeddah Corniche 2021– Australian Melbourne 2004–2019, 2022– Emilia Romagna Imola 2020– Miami 2022– Catalunya 2007– Monaco Monte Carlo TMC 1959–2019, 2021– Baku 2017–2019, 2021– Canadian Montreal 2005–2008, 2010–2019, 2022– British Silverstone Austrian Red Bull Ring 2014– French Paul Ricard 2018–2019, 2021– Hungaroring Belgian Spa-Francorchamps Zandvoort Monza Marina Bay 2008–2019, 2022– Japanese Suzuka 2012–2019, 2022– Circuit of the Americas 2012–2019, 2021– Mexico City São Paulo Interlagos Abu Dhabi Yas Marina 2009– Former producers (1950–2021) Below are the previous World Feed Producers for Grands Prix from 1950 until 2015.
In Mexico and Latin America, The races are called by Argentine motorsports journalist Fernando Tornello, with Mexican motorsports journalist Luis Manuel "Chacho" López as analysts and Juan Fossaroli handling the pit reports and pre-race interviews. This coverage is airing on Fox Sports Latin America (Mexico only), ESPN Latin America, Fox Sports Chile, STAR Premium Latin America, and also available on ESPN Deportes in the US. All broadcasters have the rights until 2022. Televisa broadcasts in Mexico a one-hour almost complete race show hosted by Mexican sports journalists Rafael Bolaños and Carlos Jalife, sometimes accompanied by a third commentator which has been Ignacio Alva, Giselle Zarur or Sam Reyes in the past.
Former IndyCar driver Felipe Giaffone and journalist Reginaldo Leme are serving as race analysts. Pit reports are provided by Mariana Becker. On BandSports, all practices, qualifying and races are also called by Sérgio Maurício, with Brazilian motorsports journalist Reginaldo Leme and former F1 Test Driver Max Wilson serving as analysts. Pit reports are provided by Mariana Becker Bulgaria Ivan Tenchev, Trayan Sarafov, Georgi Ivanov and Momchil Manchev.
In Catalan channel TV3, which has the same coverage as TVE, the main commentator is Francesc Latorre, with veteran journalist Francesc Rosés as co-commentator. In the live coverage of the Spanish Grand Prix, they were joined by former HRT and current DTM engineer Arnau Niubó, with journalist Jordi Gil as pit reporter. Spanish-speaking Latin America Live broadcasts of Formula One Championship races on Mediapro-owned Canal F1 Latin America are called by lap-by-lap announcer Christian González Rouco, son of Argentine motorsports journalist Eduardo Gocuntlez Rouco, and grandson and grandnephew, respectively, of Isidro González Longhi and Andrés Rouco, with Colombian motorsports journalist Diego Mejía as race analyst. Pit reports are provided by Spanish sports journalist Nira Juanco, who previously worked on Antena 3's F1 broadcasts, and has been with Canal F1 since its launch in 2015.
All sessions live on Prima Sport 3 Motors & Fights. Rights until 2022. Russia Match TV — Contract terminated due to 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.  Match! Arena San Marino Choice of different perspectives.  Saudi Arabia Shahid Ultra HD Serbia Singapore mio Sports HDTV. Shared the rights after Fox Sports Asia ceased operation on October 1, 2021.  Hub Sports Mediacorp Channel 5 Singapore GP only.
The victory in the forthcoming match is crucial since Georgia and Italy are among them. Head-to-head matches will improve the accuracy of the Italy vs Georgia understanding. As a result, Italy holds a huge edge after winning all five of its games. The most recent match took played in the Eurobasket in 2017. The Italians thus narrowly prevailed with a score of 71:69. Georgia did well in the second round of World Cup qualification.
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They comment from a TV studio in Madrid, except for the Spanish Grand Prix, where journalist Nira Juanco acts as presenter. Pit reporters are journalist Noemí de Miguel and former F1 engineer in Super Aguri and HRT Albert Fàbrega. Also, Ferrari test driver Marc Gené provides analysis from the circuit before, during and/or after every session. Other contributors include Miguel Portillo and former GP2 driver Roldán Rodríguez. In Teledeporte, the sports channel of the Spanish national public TV, which offers a 60-minutes time highlights of every race (except the Spanish Grand Prix, which is shown live in the TVE main channel La 1), journalist Marc Martí is the main commentator, with GP3 Series driver Alex Palou as co-commentator. In the live broadcast of the Spanish Grand Prix, they were joined by FIA World Endurance Championship and former Manor Marussia F1 driver Roberto Merhi and journalist Juan Carlos Garcia, who was the pit reporter.
The network also streamed additional camera feeds through its digital platforms. On 4 October 2017, ESPN announced that it had acquired rights to Formula One under a multi-year deal beginning in 2018. ESPN had previously broadcast Formula One from 1984 to 1997. The majority of coverage will be carried by ESPN2, but two races (Monaco, Britain) will be carried on the main ESPN channel, and three races (Canada, United States and Mexico; it would later air the Miami Grand Prix starting in 2022), as well as an afternoon encore of the Monaco Grand Prix (following its Indianapolis 500 telecast in 2018), will be broadcast free-to-air on ABC.  Unlike the previous contract with NBC Sports, Formula One will retain over-the-top rights, ESPN will reportedly not pay a traditional rights fee, and it was originally announced that the broadcasts would rely primarily on the world feed.
List of Formula One broadcasters - Wikipedia
List of Formula One broadcasters - WikipediaThis is a list of Formula One broadcasters and 'World Feed' producers. Formula One, the highest level of circuit racing defined by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, motor sport's world governing body, can be seen live or tape delayed on television in almost every country and territory around the world. It attracts one of the largest global TV audiences after the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games, with a total global audience of about 352 million people for the 2017 season.
The show edits the races to about 50 minutes from start to the checkered flag and is broadcast around midnight on race days on free air TV, channels 4 or 9 in Mexico. They also broadcast live the Mexican Grand Prix from Practice 1 to the Race from the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, since 2015, with Rafael and Carlos accompanied by Eric Fisher. Televisa has done the broadcasting of F1 since the beginning of the century on free air TV and they used to do all the races live, sometimes delayed if the time zone was not Sunday daylight in Mexico, and now they are the only option if you don't have pay TV.
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