The BBC has announced that it will broadcast all Formula One sessions - including free practice - both on television and online this year.
Confirming details of its plans for 2009, the return of F1 to the BBC is being used as an opportunity for the corporation to step up coverage of the sport.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, the BBC said that the races and all qualifying sessions other than Brazil will be broadcast on BBC One. For Interlagos, BBC Two will show the fight for grid positions on the Saturday.
Practice sessions will be available via the 'red button' interactive service, or can be watched through the BBC's website.
The BBC has also promised to allow fans to customize their viewing experience - with the choice of three different video streams. There will also be options for split-screen action; a live leaderboard; in-car cameras and a choice of commentary.