For the vast majority of the world, it's now Monday the 19th of March - which means there has been plenty of time to digest a weekend of Australian GP coverage, which ever channel you watched it on.
Still on my travels and unlikely to be back in the United Kingdom until May, I'm obviously keen to gauge opinion on the TV coverage F1 fans got over the Australian GP weekend. In the UK, there were two options for Grand Prix viewing. Sky Sports F1 had all the sessions live on their satellite subscription service, where as the free to air BBC service had a full race re-run and highlight show on Sunday.
The presenting and commentary teams have changed compared to last year - so just how good of a job did both channels do? Did Sky Sports customers feel they were getting value for money with the coverage offered. Were any BBC viewers gutted not to be able to watch the race live, or was the re-run sufficient?
Other than the odd youtube video which shouldn't really be there, I honestly have no idea how well the coverage went down this weekend, so please get commenting and share your views.
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