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Formula 1 responds to recent broadcast complaints

Formula 1 has responded to recent complaints about its coverage, particularly the use of replays and when they're shown. Viewers took to social media during the Italian Grand Prix to criticise the decision to show numerous replays of the start, which meant other on-track action was missed. F1's director of broadcast and media Dean Locke explained that the Monza layout makes it difficult to decide who to follow, especially when drivers are out of position, like Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who started at the back of the grid. 'Monza is tricky because of the first chicane,' he said. 'On the first lap the field comes to that chicane very quickly. This year we had a really...
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