NEW FOR 2019! A significantly enhanced TV offering for this season’s BRDC British F3 Championship means the majority of races will be streamed live online for the first time. This strengthens British F3’s comprehensive free-to-air broadcast package, which includes the extension of MSV’s partnership with ITV to broadcast a one-hour highlights show on ITV4.
Most of the Sunday races, including those at Spa-Francorchamps, will be streamed live on the internet in full-HD 1080p quality, and will feature detailed on-screen graphics showing race positions and intervals between drivers. The standalone Silverstone round in August will not be shown live due to it being outside the British GT package,
An expert commentator, expected to be David Addison, Martin Haven or Andy McEwan, will voice all the races, with David Addison continuing in his role as commentator for the ITV4 highlights programme.
BRANDS HATCH COVERAGE DETAILS
Both Sunday races at Brands Hatch will be broadcast live on the British F3 website and the series YouTube page. Sunday morning's race, the exciting reverse grid encounter, is due to start at 10.55am, with Sunday afternoon's contest following at 15.45. All times are subject to change.
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All 24 rounds of the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship are broadcast free-to-air by leading UK television network ITV. An hour-long standalone show is screened one week after each of the eight events in a prime-time Sunday evening slot on ITV4 and ITV4 HD.
Once aired, the show will also be accessible to view online and on mobile devices via the ITV Hub. The programme will feature highlights of every race weekend’s three races, as well as the pre-race build up, podium celebrations, post-race interviews, and behind-the-scenes features on the drivers.
The BRDC British Formula 3 Championship is also screened on non-terrestrial television with BT Sport showing a highlights programme following race weekends. The channel, which launched in 2013, has become a hub for quality sporting programming and continues to screen the UK’s premier single-seater series.
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