Once you have entered as a competitor on the formula 1 circuits in the world against each other, now they meet indirectly, as a TV expert: After Nico Rosberg commented already since last year for the private broadcaster, RTL, formula 1 racing, has now the Pay-TV channel Sky hired the former formula 1 racer Ralf Schumacher, as a new TV-expert. Sky returns with the season launch in Melbourne, Australia next weekend for the Premier class of Motorsport.
The Cologne-based private station had recently been informed that Ex-racing driver and formula 1 world champion by 2016, Nico Rosberg extended to the experts-the contract with RTL for two more years. For the new season ten of the TV are agreed-assignments – two more than at the time of its Premiere as an expert in the past year. For the first Time, the 33-Year-old when 2 is. Race of the season in Bahrain for RTL is in use.
Ralf Schumacher, the brother of record-breaking world champion Michael Schumacher can be heard on Sky, the majority of the race on the side of the Moderator Sascha Roos and see. The 43-year-old Ralf Schumacher denied between 1997 and 2007, 180 races in formula 1 and came out six times as a winner. "Formula 1 is always interesting, I have not hidden the theme Yes. For me, it was an easy decision,“ said Schumacher, who will comment on the race from the Sky Studio in Munich, Germany, to Reuters.
Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve as a further Sky-experts
From the racetracks will report to Sandra Baumgartner. Since 2011 she works as a reporter and presenter for Sky sports News. You will obtain in the new season, the voices of the drivers and team managers. In addition, Sky pools the skills of its European channels. Especially with Sky UK and Italy, Sky Deutschland will work together. For Sky UK, Damon Hill and Paul di Resta comment on, among other things, the race for Sky in Italy, Jacques Villeneuve will be.More about
After one year of interruption formula 1 returned to SkyKurt Sagatz
the Sky had paused with their formula 1 coverage a year and at relatively short notice, a new contract for the season in 2019 and 2020 closed.