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Austrian broadcaster may stop F1 coverage

Austrian broadcaster may stop F1 coverage

Austrian GP Grid Gils – Austrian broadcaster may stop F1 coverage

Austria could be set to lose its F1 television broadcaster.

The publication TV Media claims that the contract held by ORF, whose coverage includes the former F1 driver and GPDA chairman Alex Wurz as pundit, expires at the end of 2016.

Reportedly, the Austrian public broadcaster ORF may no longer be prepared to pay the annual fee of EUR 15 million.

APA, the Austrian news agency, said ORF is yet to take a final decision. (GMM)

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  1. grimreaper

    2015/09/17 at 8:32 am

    this article is about the television rights for the Austrian Gp not Lewis Hamilton you imbecile !

  2. Wiesdom

    2015/09/17 at 1:06 am

    I guess you will love him more if he liked rock music stfu you bigot.

  3. Barry

    2015/09/17 at 12:39 am

    dump it. Mercedes wins most of the time and now Hamilton is bragging on his brilliant revolutionary ideas in regard to design. Change the color of the shock , and put seats 4″ bigger seats in the jet. This guys leading F1? He’s an idiot. I was a admirer for the first few years but the rappers and the ghetto bling were more than I care to hear about. I’ll go back to soaring and sailing.

  4. maserati123

    2015/09/17 at 12:20 am


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