One of the most controversial privileges of the Monaco Grand Prix, which has lasted for decades, is coming to an end: television coverage.
This Sunday put your Dazn or any platform that broadcasts Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, you see the race with a completely different style. For the first time in decades Tele Monte-Carlo does not broadcastbut the championship organizer, Liberty Media, will see to it.
That was common in the 90s broadcasts of Formula 1 races were held the public television of each country where the event took place.
This was tricky. Some countries had no experience with this type of event, and the broadcasts were very bad. In other cases, each television focused on their local pilots for too longmaking the race boring for the rest.
The evolution of F1: the same broadcast for all races
When F1 became a media spectacle, the organizers of the championship decided to take over the broadcasts. This prevents technical failures or too much focus on local pilots.
In spite of everything, a television channel, such as Fuji TV in Japanmanaged to keep the privilege of broadcast of the race until 2011.
The last one left was TV Monte Carlobut according to account Auto Bildthis year the organizers of the championship, Liberty Media, have demanded that Monaco broadcast them.
It ends like this the flawed rebroadcasts of recent yearswhere viewers complained about it many wheel-to-wheel situations were lost, with the camera looking the other way.
the next Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix the next one is celebrated the 28th of May, and again Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz will give the Red Bull a hard time. We’ll see if this year, which brand the end of TV Montecarlo broadcaststhe camera images change, and especially the possibility to broadcast the most exciting moments of the race.