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Formula 1 set to produce the first-ever broadcast for children

After debuting a series of thrilling features over the course of the past season, Formula One will add another new exciting feature to its broadcast with the sport set to produce the first ever F1 broadcast for children. At the Hungarian Grand Prix, younger audiences will have access to a new broadcast that be dedicated to children. Formula One and Sky Group will coproduce the special broadcast that will include bespoke graphics, sound effects and special features, including 3D augmented graphics on specific camera angles. In the UK, presenters of the Sky Kids show FYI, Braydon and Scarlett, as well as young go-karter Zac, will join F1 World Champion Nico Rosberg and former NASCAR and...
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