FEBRUARY 27, 2003
F1 to broadcast driver briefings
It is likely that the FIA will allow the screening of F1 dirver briefings on Sunday mornings to fill the slot left open by the cancellation of the warm-up. Up to now the meeting has been held in private although there have quiet often been incidents between drivers in these meetings, which are held to discuss the issues of the moment and things to be careful about in the race.
"With the television cameras there, the drivers could discuss perhaps the incident that happened in the last race when one of them ran into the other, or something that happened in practice," Mosley said."There's always something to discuss. We feel that this would bring the television viewer more into personal, intimate contact with the drivers and see them as they are when they are really talking genuinely and not just giving an interview."
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