The coverage has improved notably this weekend, a rather more polished and better co-ordinated effort than last weekend. This time around EJ managed to tone down the long-winded talking and actually make some interesting insights, finally his past as a team principal and team owner has come to use and its interesting to hear his thoughts on the McLaren mess and also how teams work out strategies, sponsors, etc. David and Jake were once again very good, Jake is quickly beating Steve Rider as a great presenter and is great at quickly adapating to changes in schedule if drivers or videos are unavailable, asking good questions to David and Eddie in the meantime. Brundle was as usual great, and Legard is improving. He still makes mistakes and still has tendencey to state whats on screen rather than giving us a better picture of the action (hence the whole point of actually being at the track, rather than in a studio). He also tends to hang on the same name a lot but other than that he's improving, gelling better with Martin and not annoying which is the key thing. As I believe Murray Walker once said, the best kind of commentary is the kind you don't notice, so in this regard Legard is just fine...way better than Allen's (and to a lesser extent, Croft's) shouting style of commentary. The best part of the BBC coverage so far has to be the sheer variety of red button options and the massive coverage they are giving, on the website, in the standard coverage and in red button. Great job and its nice to have a less biased coverage too.