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ESPN bags Asian satellite rights for Formula One championships

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ESPN bags Asian satellite rights for Formula One championships

ESPN Star Sports has acquired the Asian (including for India) cable and satellite rights to the FIA Formula One World Championships for 2001-2005. The five-year deal represents the continuation of the successful partnership between ESPN Star Sports and Formula One that has seen viewership grow by nearly 10 per cent in the space of a single year (1999-2000).

Formula One will be broadcast live on Star Sports Asia and Star Sports India each fortnight.


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