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All change in the F1 commentary box for 2011

Our colleagues over at BBC Sport have announced a new line-up for their Formula One coverage for 2011. After two successful years, Jonathan Legard is moving aside as lead commentator, with Martin Brundle taking over.

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Malaysian GP: Odd times

Two races in and Formula One has lost none of its ability to confuse or surprise.

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Top Gear Grand Prix 09

It’s the one you’ve been waiting for, where Top Gear and Formula 1 collide in a handy to use magazine format. Jeremy Clarkson meets Lewis Hamilton down at the Top Gear test track, James May gets to grips with the six eras of F1 and the Stig thrashes the arse off F1’s safety car.

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F1 on the Beeb

The BBC’s F1 editor Mark Wilkin has written a rather lengthy blog over on their Sport site about all the new stuff we’ll see from the Beeb regarding practice/quailfying/main event coverage during a race weekend.

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Beeb presenters

Ladies and gentlemen, James Allen has left the building. The BBC has announced its F1 commentary line-up for 2009, and Mr Allen is not on the teamsheet. Want the full line-up?

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Brazilian GP: Coulthard’s off

It was a shame that DC finished his last ever F1 race as disastrously as he did on Sunday – going out on the first corner – but it kind of summed up his career. He always had a lot of promise, but never really delivered. He’s certainly had his ups and downs during the […]

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Brazilian GP: warming up

The weekend kicked off with the press conference in a small room – unfortunate as this was the best attended of all 18 Thursday press conferences. The seats were quickly filled with journalists, leaving standing room only, much to the annoyance of photographers herded in at the back.

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German GP: Vettel to RBR

Sebastian Vettel must be pretty chuffed with his lot at the moment. He’s outperforming team mate Sebastian Bourdais and is being hailed as the next Schumacher on home turf by the local press. But today must be even rosier for him.

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