Scheduling: The 2014 Bahrain test 1 on Sky Sports F1

The scheduling details for Sky Sports F1’s coverage of the second test for the 2014 Formula 1 season have today been confirmed. The test, the first of two from the Bahrain International Circuit will again feature fifteen minute highlights from each day.

However, Ted Kravitz’s Notebook is replaced by #AskCrofty. The reason for this is simply because Kravitz is not going to be at the first of the two Bahrain tests. I assume that the #AskCrofty feature will be filmed at the end of each day, with viewers submitting questions via Twitter.

Kravitz will be back for the final test, for which scheduling details should be out next week.

Wednesday 19th February
21:00 to 21:45 – Day 1 Highlights
– round-up at 21:00
– #AskCrofty at 21:15
22:15 to 23:00 – Day 1 Highlights (R)

Thursday 20th February
21:00 to 21:45 – Day 2 Highlights
– round-up at 21:00
– #AskCrofty at 21:15
22:15 to 23:00 – Day 2 Highlights (R)

Friday 21st February
21:00 to 21:45 – Day 3 Highlights
– round-up at 21:00
– #AskCrofty at 21:15
22:15 to 23:00 – Day 3 Highlights (R)

Saturday 22nd February
21:00 to 21:45 – Day 4 Highlights
– round-up at 21:00
– #AskCrofty at 21:15
22:15 to 23:00 – Day 4 Highlights (R)

Sunday 23rd February
13:00 to 13:45 – Day 1 Highlights (R)
13:45 to 14:30 – Day 2 Highlights (R)
14:30 to 15:15 – Day 3 Highlights (R)
15:15 to 16:00 – Day 4 Highlights (R)

As always, I’ll update this post if anything changes concerning the first Bahrain test.

Update on February 15th – Some minor changes made, but nothing too major.

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One thought on “Scheduling: The 2014 Bahrain test 1 on Sky Sports F1

  1. I would like more if Sky Sports F1 transmit like they did it last year, with long broadcast with live coverage of all 4 days of testing. In a year with lots of new regulations, new cars, new power units, I think the F1 fans deserved more that Sky Sports F1 is offering this year with small highlights and small technical explanations like Kravitz’s Notebook or #AskCrofty!

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