Home Archive F1 in 3D? Not until 2012 Leigh D. StarkArchive June 15, 2010 1 min read We know we keep harping on about how 3D is here and how everything you love will be broadcast in it, but some things won’t be changing yet. One of those is the high speed racing found in Formula 1. As much as we’d all love to experience first-hand Mark Webber leading the charge at Monaco in 3D, even that’s not on the cards right now. The world’s most expensive car racing series still isn’t recorded or broadcast in high definition, and according to the boss of F1, it’s still got a while to go. Formula 1’s chief Bernie Ecclestone has said this week that we should expect to see the sport broadcast in high definition and 3D in 2012.