Ted Kravitz apologises as he steps in to commentate amid Sky issues

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F1 preview: A lap at the Mexican Grand Prix

Ted Kravitz was forced to apologise after Sky Sports F1 were hit with a technical glitch ahead of free practice at the Mexican Grand Prix. David Croft started the broadcast but then his mic was cut minutes before the start of the session. 

Ted Kravitz quickly intervened to avoid confusion as the session started. He said: “”I must apologise for the loss of commentary. Just as David Croft and all the rest were getting ready and into the swing of things it seems like we’ve lost commentary but we will work extremely hard to get that back for you.”

Kravitz then continued to fill Sky;s coverage, speaking to Guenther Steiner about F1’s cost cap saga. Sky Sports then quickly cut back to presenter Simon Lazenby and pundits Danica Patrick and Martin Brundle.

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