Wednesday 24 Sep 2014
Live Formula 1 racing action returns to the BBC on 12 March when the 2010 season kicks off in Bahrain. Once again the BBC will bring every piece of the action both on and off the track with comprehensive coverage across TV, radio, online, red button and mobile.
2010 looks set to be one of the most exciting seasons yet with World Champions from the last two years – Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton – driving as team mates in McLaren and F1 legend Michael Schumacher returning to the track for Mercedes.
Plus, there are new teams, new rules and new venues to add into the mix.
The BBC TV presentation team returns with anchor Jake Humphrey joined by Eddie Jordan and David Coulthard as expert pundits.
Commentary comes courtesy of Martin Brundle and Jonathan Legard with reporters Lee McKenzie and Ted Kravitz bringing all the interviews and action from the pits.
Plus the legendary F1 voice Murray Walker is once again part of the team with online blogs/reports at regular intervals during the season.
The BBC Radio 5 Live commentary team is led by David Croft alongside Formula 1 driver Anthony Davidson, providing a driver's perspective to events, and pit lane reporter Holly Samos with all the news and reaction as it happens.
The BBC's Head of Formula 1 Ben Gallop says: "We're delighted with the way 2009 went and we can't wait for the 2010 season to start.
"The BBC Sport team will once again be bringing great coverage across all our platforms, meaning F1 fans can follow the action and interact wherever they are, whenever they want.
"We're proud to offer our audiences the opportunity to follow the great stories and share all the excitement of this fantastic sport."
Live coverage of every qualifying session and all 19 races live on BBC One :
Live commentary of every race plus:
BBC Radio 5 Live's Formula 1 coverage is produced by USP Content.
You can listen to 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra via DAB digital radio, Digital TV and online at bbc.co.uk/5live; 5 Live is also on 693 & 909 MW.
Live coverage of all on-track sessions including practice sessions plus the following options:
Live video streaming of all on-track sessions, including:
Editorial coverage to include:
The BBC has a five year deal to broadcast F1, which runs from 2009 to 2013 inclusive, and includes exclusive rights to TV, radio, full broadband and mobile.
 Please note: all broadcast details subject to change, including accommodation of the General Election.
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