Congratulations Bernie Ecclestone! By cleverly convincing yourself that Internet distribution is "out of your hands" a veritable cottage industry of streaming BBC's F1 coverage outside the UK has popped up.
While trying to research how various people get access to the BBC feed I stumbled across several companies that seem to make good money off of proxying the BBC F1 coverage. I can't imagine any of them do so legally, but boy are these people making money -- none of which you or any sponsor will ever see.
How grand of you to make this possible. I've heard people say that you didn't create this fabulous business opportunity on purpose, but I pay them no mind. Both you and I know that you aren't the sort of dimwitted fool who would shoot himself thorougly in the foot in business dealings.
You cheeky little fellow you.
You could so easily have provided global access to F1 streaming online at a reasonable price so people would have no reason to go elsewhere for their fix -- yet you graciously chose to provide this opportunity to the independent entrepreneurs of the world.