Get The Inside Line

TILI Logo PrintThere’s some great news for Formula One fans in Australia, with ‘The Inside Line’ set to debut on SPEED TV Australia (Foxtel/Austar channel 512) on Wednesday October 2.

‘The Inside Line’ will change the way F1 is covered in Australia on the small screen. For one, it’s a dedicated half-hour weekly show. And secondly, ‘The Inside Line’ is produced with the assistance of all 11 F1 teams as well as tyre supplier Pirelli, ensuring you get to the beating heart of the sport from those who are truly on the inside.

‘The Inside Line’ has a bit of everything – a look ahead to the upcoming races with a detailed analysis of each venue, the view from the drivers’ perspective and plenty more besides, comprehensive wraps of each Grand Prix, a look at the news and newsmakers in the world’s highest-profile motorsport category, and features on the men and women in the spotlight and behind the scenes.

What’s more, it’s produced here in Australia and is already on show in 100 countries, so be sure to check out what F1 fans across the globe are already talking about.

With Ron Howard’s movie ‘Rush’ opening to rave reviews around the world, ‘The Inside Line’ has been looking at the famous 1976 world championship season that inspired the film in its regular feature, ‘The James Hunt Files’, to get the inside story on the championship battle between Hunt and Niki Lauda that remains one of the most enduring in the sport’s history.

Check out ‘The Inside Line’ at 6.30pm (AEST) on SPEED TV Australia on Wednesday October 2 – and if you like what you see, let Speed know on Facebook and Twitter.

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