Sky Sports News to broadcast from every 2012 Grand Prix

Sky Sports News to broadcast from every 2012 Grand Prix

Sky Sports News will broadcast from the site of every 2012 Grand Prix for up to six days and will be in attendance for every day of every test session, the channel have announced.

SSN Reporters [[Rachel Brookes]] and [[Craig Slater]] will be embedded to work amongst the teams both at the races and during the upcoming test season.

Brookes and Slater will be broadcasting up to six days of coverage from each Grand Prix, with on-site reports beginning each Tuesday and running through the week to post-race reaction.

“This is the ultimate news service for F1,” said Andy Cairns, Sky Sports News HD Executive Editor.

“Our reporters will be trackside and in the Sky Sports News HD studio ensuring viewers are always up to date with what’s happening on and off the track.

“And viewers with iPads will be able to follow our F1 coverage wherever they happen to be via the new Sky Sports News app which features on-demand video, the latest news and interviews, data as well as Sky Sports News itself.”

A dedicated Formula One channel from Sky Sports will launch in early March, with exclusive live coverage of the Australian GP beginning on March 16.

Updated: Thursday 26 January 2012
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