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Author Topic: 2006 F1 Season Preview  (Read 3010 times)

Offline Wizzo

2006 F1 Season Preview
« on: February 27, 2006, 04:49:45 PM »

Saturday 4th March  12.40 (ITV1)

This Saturday lunchtime, the ITV Sport crew previews the new Formula 1 season from Bahrain, where the teams are gearing up for what should be a ferociously hard-fought world championship.

F1 has a different look in 2006, with an array of new teams, drivers and regulations set to shake up the status quo.

Martin Brundle explains the latest qualifying and engine rules, and describes the fastest way around the Sakhir track, which will play host to the season opener for the first time.

Ted Kravitz and Louise Goodman will assess the runners and riders as Fernando Alonso bids to defend his world championship against an ever more competitive field.

There is also an exclusive interview with Britainís top racer Jenson Button as he prepares for what should be his best season yet.


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