The Ted Kravitz saga has been going on for sometime now, with F1 fans all over not sure about where Ted Kravitz really is.
Following the initial Sky Sports presenters list announcement, Twitter was sent in a frenzy regarding Ted Kravitz, as his name was absent from the list and reports had suggested that he had run into some altercation with Scott Young.
Later, after F1 fans had launched a petition to bring back Ted, Sky Sports released a new list, confirming Ted’s presence in the team.
However, a GPtoday.net report had stated that Sky was going to change Ted’s role for the 2019 season, doing away with the famous ‘Ted’s notebook’ show and giving him something different to do for this season.
Not seeing Ted at today’s Australian GP qualifying had sent Twitter into another bout of ‘Where’s ted’ tweets, as fans were unsure about what Sky Sports had done with their favourite reporter.
— Jonathan (@Jonheadstb) March 15, 2019
That’s a disappointing start to the coverage on @SkySportsF1 this season 🤬
— Leo27 (@Leebroughton27) March 15, 2019
— Cosmic Bob (@CosmicBob2) March 14, 2019
— mr eddielang (@DJeddielang) March 16, 2019
While fans are furious with the whereabouts of Ted, Sky Sports had already released a tweet a couple of days back, confirming that Ted Kravitz will be hosting a midweek debrief show, the first episode of which will air on March 20th.
A new technical show on #SkyF1…
Sky F1's @tedkravitz will host the F1 Midweek Debrief, each Wednesday of the 2019 season
Rob Smedley will join Ted for the first show on March 20 at 6pm (repeated at 7.30pm) on Sky Sports F1!
— Sky Sports F1 (@SkySportsF1) March 13, 2019
The show will be an analytical one, wherein Ted would review the grand prix that would have taken place on the weekend before.
Do you want Ted’s notebook to be back?