Future GPX Cyber Formula is a 37-episode anime television series by Sunrise. It originally aired in Japan between March 15, 1991 and December 20, 1991. Directed by Mitsuo Fukuda, Cyber Formula is a show about Formula racing in the future, when race cars are equipped with computer support systems called 'Cyber Systems'.
Mechanical Gods' War Gigantic Formula, also known as Apo Mekhanes Theos Gigantic Formula, is a Japanese anime series that aired in Japan. The show was first aired April 4, 2007 by TV Tokyo, and ended its run on September 26, 2007. A manga adaptation by Shōhei Oka was serialized concurrently in Dengeki Daioh.
Welcome to Street Racers, the Formula E magazine show presented by Sian Welby.
Formula 1 Decade was a show on Speed Channel. First airing on May 11, 2003 the show takes a look at Formula One Grand Prix events that were run 10 years prior to the present season. A one-hour show, the announcers, SPEED's Formula One commentary team, Bob Varsha, Steve Matchett, and David Hobbs, perform a mixture of a commentary as if the race is taking place right now along with reminiscing about rules changes and also Matchett's then role with Michael Schumacher's team. In 2003, when the show looked back at the 1993 season, dominated by Alain Prost, Varsha was the show's host, while Hobbs and Matchett looked at videotape of the races, and reminisced. That changed in 2004, when Matchett began introducing the race that would be seen on an episode and wrapping up each show, while Varsha joined Matchett and Hobbs to do commentary. Speed Channel picked up the rights to broadcast the years-old races in their three-year agreement with FOM in 2003. It was included in their contract that allowed them to continue broadcasting live Formula One races, though it cost extra money, as the Formula One archives are rarely opened to any network. On April 2, 2004 the show had the daunting task of airing the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, and showing the crash that claimed the life of 3-time World Drivers' Champion, and 41-time Grand Prix race winner Ayrton Senna in that event. Matchett, a mechanic for Benetton-Ford that weekend, made these remarks at the beginning of the broadcast:
The Eden Formula, also known as Tyrannosaurus Wrecks or unofficially as Carnosaur 5, is a 2006 low budget made-for-TV film written and directed by John Carl Buechler for Syfy. The film uses footage from Carnosaur.
With the discovery of the Higgs boson, is the ultimate formula almost within our grasp? Have scientists found the basis of "Everything"?
The ITV Formula One coverage was a British television programme dedicated to Formula One coverage that was broadcast by the British broadcaster ITV between 1997–2008. ITV gained the rights for Formula One coverage for 1997 in late 1995 from the BBC and focused on more in-depth coverage, conducting more interviews and better camera angles. The coverage was initially presented by Jim Rosenthal and veteran commentator Murray Walker and former racing driver Martin Brundle were the initial commentators before Walker's retirement after the 2001 United States Grand Prix and was succeeded by pit-lane reporter James Allen. Rosenthal left in 2005 and was succeeded by Steve Rider who presented the coverage until ITV ceased to broadcast Formula One after 2008. Formula One coverage returned to the BBC in 2009 for ITV to focus more extensive coverage of UEFA Champions League football matches. The programme was successful in collecting three consecutive BAFTA awards for sporting coverage but also garnered criticism for showing advertisements during their coverage.
Formula 1 Debrief was a show on the American channel Speed. It started airing on April 4, 2009 and ended on December 1, 2012. The "roundtable" show included Speed's 3 former F1 broadcasters covered the previous Formula 1 race, showed highlights and commenting on them. The three personalities were Bob Varsha, Steve Matchett, and David Hobbs with clips of Will Buxton, Speed's only broadcaster presented at F1 races.