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Jardine dropped by British broadcaster

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12/02/2006

According to reports in the British media, the British F1 broadcaster, ITV, has chosen to drop Tony Jardine from its team of presenters.

For the new season, the British broadcaster is giving its F1 production a major overhaul, which includes bringing in Steve Ryder from the BBC, who will replace former 'anchorman' Jim Rosenthal.

With Ryder keen to get "out and about" and not be restricted to analysis from the studio, ITV has opted to drop Jardine from its team even though he has been on-board since the commercial channel first started covering F1 in the mid-90s.

British race fans anxiously await news of further changes to ITV's team.

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