Formula 1 returns to Mediaset with the open broadcast of the Spanish GP

Fernando Alonso, at the Emilia Romaña GP in Imola

Fernando Alonso, at the Emilia Romaña GP in Imola
Fernando Alonso, at the Emilia Romaña GP in Imola
XPB / James Moy Photography Ltd.

The Formula 1 go back to Mediaset on the occasion of Spanish GP, which will be held in the Montmeló Circuit the next May 9. The test will be broadcast openly on one of the group’s channels, as reported JJ Santos in the sports of the nightly news of Telecinco The last friday.

2020 Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix, in Montmeló

The Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix will be held without an audience due to mobility limitations in Catalonia

“Now good news for our viewers. The Formula One Spanish GP can be followed open here at Mediaset. On Sunday May 9 from the Montmeló circuit we will be able to see the Hamilton, Sainz or Alonso in action. All the excitement of F1 in Mediaset”Announced JJ Santos. At the moment no more details are known about it, such as if you can see the training sessions or just the race itself, but what is clear is that Formula 1.

The last time Telecinco broadcast a Formula 1 race was 13 years ago, after taking over all the tests between 2004 and 2008, coinciding with the best years of Fernando Alonso and his two world championships. It was not until 2009 when The sixth took over the rights to F1, taking it away from Mediaset, along with the stories of Antonio Lobato. In 2016 and 2017, TVE was in charge of broadcasting the Spanish GP in open air, as will happen in 2021 with one of the channels of Mediaset.

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