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Really? Did we have access to that in the UK? I remember when the Interactive F1 channel came out in 2002 and we could finally watch all sessions live and change camera angles with the red button.kals wrote: ↑5 months agoBack in 1996 or 1997 when Bernie launched his original digital TV service, there was a channel dedicated to the midfield for the reason you mention.PTRACER wrote: ↑5 months agoCoverage of midfield battles raises the rating a lot higher, without decent coverage I wouldn't be surprised if ALL races got 2 or 3/10.
(Go back 25 years and no one would give too hoots about watching the Minardi of Pierluigi Martini in a side-by-side battle with the Footwork of Gianni Morbidelli and the Sauber of Jean-Christophe Boullion. Only the top 6 would get any airtime.)