Some of the BBC F1 team. Top (L-R): Brundle, Coulthard, Jordan, Humphrey. Bottom (L-R): Legard, McKenzie, Kravitz, Walker.

The BBC has confirmed that its F1 broadcasting line-up will remain unchanged for the 2010 season, as the broadcaster enters its second year of F1 coverage after it took over from ITV last year. The BBC retains broadcasting rights in the UK until the end of the 2013 season.

Jake Humphrey will continue to present the live shows, with Jonathan Legard and Martin Brundle remaining in the commentary box. Ex-F1 driver David Coulthard and former team owner Eddie Jordan will continue to provide analysis and thoughts, with Ted Kravtiz and Lee McKenzie providing pitlane insights once again.

The BBC offers an extremely high standard of viewer services and interactive options, such as switching between the TV and Radio 5 commentary.

The Radio 5 crew will again comprise of David Croft and still unemployed former F1 driver Anthony Davidson – Holly Samos will remain in the pitlane with her insights. Legendary F1 commentator Murray Walker will answer fan questions, and provide race previews and reviews.

All 19 qualifying sessions and races will be shown live in their entirety on BBC1 once again, with races broadcast before 10AM GMT repeated later in the afternoon. Race highlights will be shown on BBC3 later in the day.

As delighted as many Australians would be with the coverage offered by OneHD, it makes you recognise what we’re missing out on!

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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.