Singapore GP live comments and TV times

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As usual we’ll have live comments during every session of the Singapore Grand Prix at F1 Fanatic.

We’re always looking for people to help run the live comments sessions so please get in touch using the contact form if you’d like to help out.

Here are the details of the BBC’s live video coverage of the Singapore Grand Prix as well as the live comment times:

Friday 24th September 2010

Singapore Grand Prix Free practice 1 ?ǣ 10:55 – 12:35 (BBC Red Button and online)
F1 Fanatic live blog will run throughout this session

Singapore Grand Prix Free practice 2 ?ǣ 14:25 – 16:05 (BBC Red Button and online)
F1 Fanatic live blog will run throughout this session

Saturday 25th September 2010

Singapore Grand Prix Free practice 3 ?ǣ 11:55 – 13:05 (BBC Red Button and online)
F1 Fanatic live blog will run throughout this session

Singapore Grand Prix Qualifying ?ǣ 14:35 – 16:30 (BBC1, Red Button and online) (Qualifying starts at 15:00)
F1 Fanatic live blog will begin around 14:00 and end around half an hour after the chequered flag

Sunday 26th September 2010

Singapore Grand Prix ?ǣ 12:10 – 15:15 (BBC1, Red Button and online) (Race starts at 13:00)
F1 Fanatic live blog will begin around 12:00 and end around half an hour after the chequered flag

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17 comments on “Singapore GP live comments and TV times”

  1. Looking forward to this one, now just need to find the time to watch as many sessions as possible.

    1. I’ll be at work pretending to “listen” to the radio 5 commentary while pretending to do work.

      Everyone’s a winner that way, my boss thinks she’s being a good boss by letting me work and listen to the radio, and I get to do nothing and watch F1 in peace.

  2. For once, I can manage to catch FP1 without missing work. :)

    1. You watching this online, or through Star Sports/Singtel Mio? I heard that Mediacorp is not telecasting this on Channel 5 this year…

      I’ll probably run around the Marina Square/Suntec City area in the morning/afternoon on the weekends to catch some of the vibe…

      1. I will be prefer to watch on Mediacorp Channel 5 as they will probably be using the BBC feed like what they did in 2009.

  3. Does anybody know if/where the training sessions are available for watching online?

    1. Addition: I am not in the UK, so BBC is out of the question…

      1. Join the live blog – the links normally get posted there.

        1. My brother is in the US. He watches the (admitely advert riddled & consequently poor) coverage on Speed TV.

          Justin TV is supposed to be a goof internet source as well.

  4. Off tropic,
    Asian fans can watch the practice session live on Starsports please check your local listing.

    1. That’s not off-topic!

  5. Does anyone know if the online BBC feed works in the US? Thanks

    1. There are usually links that appear in the live blog that will. Any official BBC link though will not work in the US.

  6. Ok you Sydney fans, bluckbuster news….
    Qually and the Race are on the same day!

    Qually is from midnight to 1AM and the race kicks off 21 short hours later from 10PM to Midnight.

    I will be enjoying the race after taking my Dad to watch the Tigers and Dragons square off…

    And on a plus, the first Singapore Grand Prix was the day I got married back in 2008 so is a very nice way to remember my anniversary!

  7. Keith –

    Sport
    Formula 1: The Singapore Grand Prix – Qualifying

    Saturday 25 September
    2:00pm – 4:30pm
    BBC1

  8. USA.
    For the first time, Speed are streaming Free Practice 1 at http://stream.speedtv.com/.
    Please watch to encourage them to do this more often! Looks like they’re already planning to do this for Japan, Korea and Brazil.
    Bonus Feature: The streaming includes no commentators!
    [I expect this stream is only available in the US].

    FP1 online 06:00am Eastern, 03:00am Pacific.

    Then back to the TV…
    FP2: 09:30am Eastern, 06:30am Pacific. 9/24/10
    Quali. 10:00 a.m.Eastern, 7:00am Pacific 9/25/10
    Race: 07:30am Eastern, 04:30am Pacific 9/26/10

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