In response to some questions over the return of the RPM sports programme on Network TEN, TV Tonight can confirm it has discontinued in its long-running format.
A TEN spokesperson advised the Logie nominated programme has been “re-purposed” from a stand-alone programme to attach to specific motor events.
This means that while the show itself will not proceed forward, TEN will still feature results, info, interviews and special features as an adjunct to motorsports.
“Each and every Formula 1 round will be live on ONE and will also include a 60-minute preview program leading in to each race,” he said.
“The preview show will include qualifying highlights as well as crosses to each circuit with our correspondent Peter Windsor.
“Our extensive coverage of our other motorsport franchises including MotoGP, Nascar, ARC and the Rolex Grand Am Series will also be expanded on ONE.”
RPM ran from 1997-2008 on TEN.
ONE launches in both HD and SD on Network TEN this Thursday.