Two races. Two drivers. One championship. But who will crowned the 2012 Formula One Drivers’ Champion? The story could end in Austin, Texas for the first ever Formula 1 race to be held at the Circuit of the Americas’ as Formula 1 attempts to break into USA once more.
Due to Match of the Day on BBC One, Qualifying highlights on Saturday will air on BBC Two. With it being a fly-away, I don’t know whether there will be a forum, however, if the title does end up being resolved, I do hope a forum is put on the BBC website on Monday morning.
John Watson will be alongside James Allen this weekend for 5 Live, and as with Abu Dhabi, Ben Edwards will be joining Watson for practice 1. As noted earlier this week, if you have Virgin Media and their Sports pack, you can now watch Sky Sports F1 online, which may be handy during this weekend’s coverage. More on that story here.
The fifth episode of Britain’s Next F1 Star features Dean Smith, with the final episode before the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend featuring Alex Brundle.
Thursday 15th November
17:00 to 17:30 – F1: Driver Press Conference (Sky Sports F1)
19:30 to 20:00 – Britain’s Next F1 Star (5/6) (Sky Sports F1)
Friday 16th November
14:45 to 16:50 – F1: Practice 1 (Sky Sports F1)
15:10 to 16:35 – F1: Practice 1 (BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra)
18:45 to 21:00 – F1: Practice 2 (Sky Sports F1)
21:00 to 21:40 – F1: Team Press Conference (Sky Sports F1)
23:00 to 00:00 – The F1 Show (Sky Sports F1)
Saturday 17th November
14:45 to 16:10 – F1: Practice 3 (Sky Sports F1)
17:00 to 19:45 – F1: Qualifying (Sky Sports F1)
17:55 to 19:20 – F1: Race (BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra)
21:00 to 22:15 – F1: Qualifying Highlights (BBC Two/HD)
Sunday 18th November
17:30 to 22:15 – F1: Race (Sky Sports F1)
18:55 to 21:00 – F1: Race (BBC Radio 5 Live)
22:25 to 00:25 – F1: Race Highlights (BBC One excluding Wales)
22:55 to 00:55 – F1: Race Highlights (BBC One Wales)
As always, I shall update this blog if there are any small adjustments to be made.