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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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BBC Sport,
F1 2009,
Martin Brundle,
year in review

The year in pictures

This is just a quick note to say that BBC Sport has put together a brilliant F1 season review entitled The Year in Pictures, which takes a look back over the highs and lows of 2009.

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Albert Park,
Australian GP,
BBC Sport,
bmw,
Brawn GP,
F1 2009,
jenson button,
lewis,
lewis hamilton,
Martin Brundle,
mclaren,
Melbourne,
robert kubica

Australian GP preview

It’s nearly upon us. Even with all the winter testing and new regulations excitement, it’s felt like a long time since Felipe Massa took the chequered flag in Brazil last year.

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david coulthard,
Eddie Jordan,
F1 2009,
james hunt,
James May,
Jeremy Clarkson,
Leiws Hamilton,
Martin Brundle,
Seastian Vettel,
The STig,
Top Gear Grand Prix 2009,
Top Gear test track

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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BBC Sport,
david coulthard,
f1,
F1 2009,
Martin Brundle,
The Chain

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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2009 season,
BBC F1,
david coulthard,
Eddie Jordan,
Jake Humphrey,
Jonathan Legard,
Lee McKensie,
Martin Brundle,
Murray Walker,
Ted Kravitz

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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