the French Grand Prix will be broadcast unencrypted on C8


Good news for all Formula 1 fans. The French Grand Prix, which will take place on Sunday July 24, will be broadcast unencrypted on the C8 channel!

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The Grand Prix automobile season continues around the world. Many races have already taken place, particularly in Great Britain – where a spectacular accident shocked Internet users; in Monaco – marked by the presence of Charlene of Monaco; in Montreal, or in Australia and Azerbaijan. This weekend, all the biggest car racers will meet in Austria to try to take the place of Max Verstappen, winner of the race in 2021. But the rest of the calendar promises to be just as exciting for F1 fans.

The broadcast of the Grand Prix de France will be in the clear on C8

On Sunday July 24, all eyes will be on France. The Grand Prix de France will take place from the historic Paul Ricard circuit, located in the town of Le Castellet in the Var department. And good news for all Formula 1 enthusiasts, the event will, like last year, be broadcast unencrypted on C8. In effect, this stage being part of the sporting activities « of major importance »its unencrypted distribution is therefore protected by a decree. In addition, the race will be commented by Antoine Arlot and Loïc Duval. As for free practice and qualifying, they will be broadcast on the antennas of the Canal+ group, which owns the rights to Formula 1.

Sophie Tapie will sing The Marseillaise

On Instagram this Tuesday, July 5, Sophie Tapie announced to her community that she will perform the French national anthem: « I have the immense pleasure of announcing to you, after having sown several clues, that I will sing The Marseillaise for the French Grand Prix at the Paul Ricard circuit on July 24!« , she writes under a photo of her taking a break on the track. Very proud, the daughter of Bernard Tapie puts into words what she feels at the idea of ​​singing in front of the greatest such as Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) , Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), Fernando Alonso (Alpine) and season leader Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing): « I am both extremely honored and stressed about the responsibility this represents.. »

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