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The world’s Number One auto racing series on Air in the US

Formula One Radio Reports across the country

Standing tall above all others in the wide world of motor sports is the largest and most prestigious auto racing series in the world, the FIA Formula One World Championship. The multi billion dollar per year tour show cases 22 of the worlds best drivers racing their cars at speeds of up to 217 mph (350 kph) around 17 gruelling circuits that span the globe. Cutting edge science, engineering, and hundreds of millions of dollars go into the year round design, research, development and testing of every aspect of a Formula One car. Pole Position Reports and our dedicated team has been reporting from the races for the last decade as millions of fans world wide tune in every other Sunday from March to October to support teams and drivers as they push man and machine to the limits.

"Formula One is a spectacle like no other," said two-time F1 World Champion, former CART champion, and Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi. "The cars, the people, and the technology have made Formula One the large¬st and most successful motor sport championship in the history of the sport."

With teams like Ferrari, BMW Williams, McLaren Mercedes, and BAR Honda headed by drivers like (eight-times world Champion) Michael Schumacher, (1999 CART-champion and 2000 Indy-500 winner, a hot challenger in 2004) Juan Pablo Montoya, and current drivers like two-times world champion Fernando Alonso, (Ice Man) Kimi Räikkönen,  (2006 GP winner) Jensen Button and US-driver Scott Speed, it is no wonder that Formula One World Championship is one of the best shows in the world.

Pole Position Reports broadcasts from the U.S. Grand Prix (which now has a permanent home at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway since 2000 and attracted an audience of over 120,000 spectators), the Canadian Grand Prix, the Monaco Grand Prix and 14 other race events throughout Europe, Asia, South America and Australia held between March-October.

There is a large fan base for motor sports in the U.S., with one third of Americans describing themselves as fans. Contrary to the popular wisdom, Formula One has an established core audience in the U.S.; of the total fan base, 7% claim F1 as their preferred discipline. Through Pole Position Reports broadcasts we aim to keep fans across the US informed and entertained with coverage of all Grand Prix races, with on-the-spot feedback from teams and drivers as the action on the track unfolds.



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