One HD

Australia’s F1 broadcast, OneHD, has confirmed details of its motorsport broadcast schedule in the lead up to, and during, the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, which kicks off the 2011 World Championship season at the end of March.

For the first time ever – and as exclusively revealed on Richard’s F1 – all F1 broadcasts will be shown in true high-definition format, giving fans an even better viewing experience.

For our Australian readers, the key viewing times you should lock in your diaries are:

Tuesday 22 March, 9:30PM AEST – RPM Live
OneHD’s motorsport magazine show, RPM, makes is season debut with regular hosts Greg rust, Darryl Beattie and Craig Baird dissecting the latest motorsport news and action.
Dedicated to all things motorsports, RPM will provide expert analysis of the weekend rounds and will be complemented by technical details, logistical details and an update of the Championship standards.
There will also be a variety of feature stories and exclusive access to the champions of F1 and MotoGP.
RPM will also cover major events in the Australian motorsport calendar including the V8 Supercars, the Carrera Cup, the Australian and World Rally Championships and Nascar in addition to OneHD’s signature motorsports – Formula One and MotoGP.
Expert commentator James Allen and former Grand Prix rider Steve Parish will also provide weekly reports from around the world.
RPM will feature a variety of regular segments including the Bridgestone Classic RPM Moments, test drives, driving tips and safety tips.

Friday 25 March, 12:00PM AEST – Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Friday)
Melbourne takes centre stage following the cancellation of the Bahrain GP. The 2011 F1 season kicks off at Albert Park and OneHD has every inch of the track covered in an unprecedented three days of coverage.

Saturday 26 March, 12:00PM AEST – Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix (Saturday)
Can Mark Webber qualify on pole at his home race? After his best ever season there has never been a better chance to secure the top step of the podium in Melbourne.
Today’s broadcast highlights include all of the action from Saturday practice and the all-important qualifying session to determine the grid order for Sunday’s race.
Support category action will also feature the V8 Supercars and the Porsche Carerra Cup.

Saturday 26 March, 6:00PM AEST – Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix Extra
Greg Rust, Daryl Beattie and Craig Baird bring you continuing coverage from the track as the V8 Supercars take to Albert Park. Plus we hear from the F1 drivers following qualifying.

Broadcast details for race day will be confirmed shortly, and we’ll publish them as soon as this comes to hand!

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Richard Bailey

Founder & Chief Editor at MotorsportM8
Hasn't missed a Grand Prix since 1989. Has a soft spot for Minardi. Tattooed with 35+ Grand Prix circuits.

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