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I'm eagerly awaiting the start of the 2010 F1 season which begins on March 12. The only thing I'm not happy about is that the world feed that is broadcast to channels like BBC and SPEED is not in HD. Every year they say the next will be when HD is introduced to F1 but apparently Bernie doesn't think the payout will cover the cost to implement it. He says there is not enough interest and to that I say BS. The HDTV market is one of the few that actually grows year to year thanks to falling prices and the increasing availability of HD channels. It's hard to imagine what the future of F1 will be without high definition. The pinnacle of all motor racing. The most technical of sports where both drivers and materials are pushed to their absolute maximum. A spectacle that millions watch around the world.
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Andrew-MAC Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2010
I do so agree with you.
BTW, It's not that costly to make F1 races broadcasted in HD. Why should it be?
Even today's reasonably priced camcorders ("semi-pros") give such a crisp picture! F1&Co have so much money that buying this equipment won't be a pain at all!
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