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Ted Kravitz's notebook returns in China

Ted Kravitz's notebook returns in China



Ted Kravitz's notebook returns in China

Ted Kravitz's notebook returns in China

Sky have confirmed that Ted Kravitz's popular Notebook segment will return to their live coverage for the Chinese Grand Prix. Rumours that the pit-lane reporter had been dropped by Sky for 2019 were met with fierce opposition from fans, while his absence from the Australian and Bahrain GPs did not go unnoticed.

Kravitz has presented 'The F1 Midweek Debrief' – a joint production between Sky and F1 TV this season, but he was not part of Sky's live coverage over the opening two rounds, with Karun Chandhok taking over duties in the pit-lane.

It was recently confirmed that he would be back to form part of Sky's live coverage of F1's 1000th grand prix.

And Kravitz's many fans will be delighted to hear that his signature feature will also be a part of the broadcast.

This year is crucial for Sky, having secured exclusive broadcasting rights, meaning that free-to-air live coverage of F1 will be almost entirely removed from British screens.

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A deal has been struck to air the British Grand Prix on Channel 4, with a highlights show also remaining on the terrestrial channel, but fans have been enraged by the departure of the sport from most households.

In an attempt to boost numbers, Sky offered existing customers the chance to add Sky F1 for £10 a month, but the deal has not been met with universal approval.


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