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Classics: RTL Confirmed: Also 2022 Four Formula 1 Races in Free TV

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Auch 2022 ist die Formel 1 zumindest teilweise bei RTL zu sehen © Motorsport Images Also 2022 The Formula 1 is at least partially viewed at RTL

Formula 1 is in the coming year at least on individual weekends in the German Free -TV to see. As the Cologne private broadcaster "RTL 'confirmed opposite' ', the transmitter also transmits 2022 four races of the Formula 1 season live and parallel to right holder' SKY '. Which races it will act is still unclear.

This is not a new agreement between RTL Germany and the right holder Sky Germany. The agreement concluded for the current season 2021 considered anyway for two years. 'RTL' had lost the transfer rights at Formula 1 after the end of the season 2020 after almost 30 years. Instead, 'SKY' secured all rights.

The Acura Integra will return in 2022

  The Acura Integra will return in 2022 Acura's compact coupe is making a comeback -- for real this time.No, I'm not pranking you. The Integra is coming back, and I'm stoked. The drones first showed the original 1986 Integra's shape -- complete with pop-up headlights -- before morphing into the new model's sleek silhouette. The name Integra was prominently displayed with flashing and moving lights, before the number "2022" also lit up in the sky. And then the crowd cheered, obviously.

, however, the Cologne station did not isolate completely from his longtime quota britter. It quickly became known that 'Sky' has subemptural four races of the 2021 season to 'RTL'. Thus, the weekends in Imola, Barcelona and Monza were also to be pursued in freely receiving television. In addition, the debut in Saudi Arabia is available at 'RTL' this weekend.

Formula 1 not only looks at the quota

for the pure TV quota was the change from free-TV to pay TV, of course, a disadvantage for the formula 1. The million limit broke through the series at 'sky' this season so far only when Stick in Bahrain. (To the quota overview!) But the formula 1 looks more than the pure audience numbers during a race.

"It does not make sense to compare free- with pay-TV," said media boss Ian Holmes already in May: "We have seen the marketing circumference that you put into your premium rights, and how you push your content. That's about yours Live numbers beyond. And that's not just the case with Sky's case, but also about Canal + in France, which are an established pay-TV platform. "

Holmes explained that the total product was crucial. "It's about more than just: how are the ratings? It's also about it: how do you get behind the sports? How do you market the sport? How much time can you give the sport? And you have to look over a whole season" , he said.

next year will be held for the first time in the history of Formula 1 23 races in a season. All races can be seen live with 'Sky', and the pay-TV channels exclusively transmits all training sessions. In Austria, the Formula 1 race can be seen completely in the Free TV, the 'ORF' and 'ServusTV' also share the rights via a sub-license agreement.

Armstrong leaves: 2022 No Ferrari juniors in the formula 2 .
© Motorsport Images Marcus Armstrong at the Formula 2 race in Monza 2021 At the beginning of the training year 2022 there are some in the Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) personnel changes. As the Italian Formula 1 team announced on Tuesday (January 11), Marcus Armstrong is now no longer a member of the Journal Program of Ferrari. of the New Zealand was Ferrari-Junior since 2017 and went to the start in the past two years in Formula 2.

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