Sport news site sport.co.uk to offer unrivalled coverage of the F1 British Grand Prix

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Digital Sports Group today announced they are expanding the coverage of the sport.co.uk website to include unparalleled coverage of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix.

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The British Grand Prix has always been such a key race in the F1 calendar and the atmosphere is always second to none.

F1 fans have been treated over the past few years with some great motor racing in the world’s richest, most glamorous and ultimately exciting racing formula. With constructors being much closer in terms of performance we are seeing the thrills and spills of racing take centre-stage once again. Is this the year that a British driver takes the glory with Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton and Paul di Resta all in with a shout? The Championship leaders, Seb Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen should start as favourites, however. Alonso and Webber will start the weekend as the only multiple winners of the Grand Prix from the current batch of drivers.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say “The British Grand Prix has always been such a key race in the F1 calendar and the atmosphere is always second to none. This year, we are looking to put more people into the centre of the action with live coverage, incisive debate and more stats than you can throw a spanner at. We are very excited here about the Formula 1 and I am sure you can expect our enthusiasm to carry over into our coverage at Silverstone.”

Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that Sport.co.uk will be the perfect venue for F1 News “Sport.co.uk has grown rapidly since its re-launch in mid January in both coverage and readership and we have grown from just a handful of writers to over one hundred. The great quality of our journalists and feature writers are already providing a great service to Formula 1 fans. Sport.co.uk is the perfect hub for Sport in the UK.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.

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