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Broadband customers will be able to enjoy the thrills of the Formula One season through their computers after ITV closed a deal with the championship's management for its website.
Through the internet, broadband users will be able to watch coverage that supports the broadcasters television offering.
As well as race highlights and a 30 day catch up of ITV's Formula One coverage, home broadband users will have access to exclusive video footage and interviews.
ITV managing director of broadband Annaliese Van den Belt said: "We're thrilled to be able to offer live streaming of F1 action to fans."
The season, which begins this Saturday in Melbourne with the Australian Grand Prix, is expected to be dominated by last year's top two competitors.
Last year, Ferrari and McLaren battled it out for the top slots in the drivers' and constructors' championships, with Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen just edging out McLaren's Lewis Hamilton.
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