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  • stumpy01
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    Do you know anyone with Sky Go who doesn’t use all their subscriptions?

    A mate of mine has given me his log-in so I can watch the races that aren’t in full on the BBC on my laptop…..

    zokes
    Member

    Move to Australia?

    Bimbler
    Member

    German satellite TV – RTL I think have it, or at least used to. Amazing how little I’ve missed watching F1 since it went on to Satellite

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    Mark wrote:

    Move to Australia?

    Good idea but that does mean a lot of night time sport

    boblo
    Member

    @bimbler RTL on Astra 19e. A really cheap dish + box is all you need. I picked mine up from B&Q for £20. Commentary from R5Live.

    Premier Icon andytherocketeer
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    I watch it on RTL (but then I’m in Germany already), and have Radio 5 Live (or R5L SX) for the audio, but that’s a few seconds ahead of the pictures, so you get advance warning of a crash/overtake or a messed up pitstop.
    Need a funky twin LNB setup for the dish in the UK though, to get both RTL and all the Sky/Freesat stuff. (edit: or just point the dish in the wrong direction if you don’t care about UK satellite stuff)

    Premier Icon the-muffin-man
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    I currently have Sky, and the only thing I watch on it is F1 (all other TV viewing is BBC1, BBC2 C4 etc). At £35 per month this seems rather silly (although I do love F1!).

    I know the beeb broadcast half the races in full, so that’s some of the season covered, but is there any way to watch the other races in full on a pay-per-race basis. Or even watch them in full after the race.

    I’m not bothered about watching live, but I do like to see the whole of a race, not highlights.

    Cheers!

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