This is F1Minute - Sky Sports confirms their F1 broadcasting team for 2012.
Today, the new UK F1 broadcaster Sky Sports announced each member of the team for the upcoming season, starting with the already known Martin Brundle who will be doing commentary and appearing in the “paddock and pit-lane” which sounds like his infamous grid walks.
David Croft and Anthony Davidson from 5Live will also be making the switch, with Davidson likely to only cover practice sessions.
The Executive Producer, Martin Turner, says of the team: “We want to take viewers deep inside Formula 1 and these are the perfect guides. Together they have the technical knowledge, F1 experience and broadcasting pedigree to bring viewers the best insight into the sport.”
For their anchor, Sky have brought in Simon Lazenby who has over a decade of experience with the channel, plus Georgie Thompson and Steve Rider will help cover all the extras. Pitlane favourite Ted Kravitz will move to Sky, and will work with 5Live’s Natalie Pinkham, covering all the action from the pitlane together.
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