In recent years, Telekom Sport has been one of the sports channels that broadcast the Formula 1 World Championship. At least at the moment, the station has not announced in the program posted on its website that it will broadcast the Grand Circus, which will starts this weekend with the Austrian Grand Prix.
History of the Austrian Formula 1 Grand Prix. From Zeltweg, through the Osterreichring and today, to the Red Bull Ring. The Grand Circus starts in 2020 in Spielberg, after 3 months of waiting
Instead, Digi Sport and Look Sport have officially announced that they will broadcast the race from Spielberg, on the Red Bull Ring. From sources Prosport, it seems that negotiations are still underway that have not yet been completed.
The Grand Circus will be in the Red Bull Ring in Austria this weekend
Telekom Sport, formerly known as Boom Sport and Dolce Sport, is a sports television launched in 2010 by the digital television platform Telekom (formerly Dolce). The slogan from Dolce Sport was “Your sports television” (2010-2017) and the new slogan from Telekom Sport is “ALL SPORT. NOW”. The cable company has around 1.5 million subscribers.
Telekom TV is now part of the German concern, but Look has taken over from April 1 this year everything that means operational and editorial policy. Vlad Enăchescu, the station’s director, remained in the same position, as Prosport wrote on March 17, 2020. The salaries of all employees are now paid by Clever.
Formula 1 will officially start this weekend. Postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s F1 season will have 8 races and will take place in special conditions. The first and second races will be in Austria, on the Red Bull Ring circuit.
Formula 1 in 2020 on two TV stations: Digi Sport and Look Sport
The first race of the season will be on Sunday, July 5, at 16.00. The race will be broadcast in Romania by two television stations: Digi Sport and Look Sport. The qualifications will take place on Saturday, from 16.00. The race will be hosted by Austria on the Red Bull circuit.
The Red Bull Ring is the highest-altitude circuit on the calendar after the Hermanos Rodriguez Autodromo in Mexico, 700 m above sea level. It is the circuit with the fastest track lap, although, in length, it is only the 4th.