The new Sky Sports: Watch every Formula 1 race live on Sky Sports F1
Last Updated: 18/07/17 7:43am
Sky Sports F1 has company!
From today, Sky Sports will be better than ever with a range of new dedicated channels. This will happen automatically for our existing customers with no action required.
Joining Sky Sports F1 are new dedicated channels for the Premier League, Football, Cricket and Golf.
Since its launch in 2012, the award-winning Sky F1 channel has been the home of Formula 1 in the UK and Ireland and remains the only place where you can watch every Grand Prix weekend live.
With 11 races remaining this season, and a scheduled 21 next season, viewers can follow the story of the season from start to finish with analysis and insight from Sky F1's team of expert pundits and presenters.
Sky Q customers can watch all the track action in amazing Ultra HD, while subscribers can take control of how they watch the action with additional feeds and camera angles in Race Control via the Red Button.
Live coverage is fronted by Simon Lazenby with Martin Brundle, Damon Hill, Johnny Herbert, Pat Symonds, Paul Di Resta and Anthony Davidson providing insight and analysis during the season. Ted Kravitz, Natalie Pinkham and Rachel Brookes track down the latest news and reaction from around the paddock.
But Sky F1's coverage of the sport doesn't stop with the track action.
The F1 Report airs the Wednesday before and after every race with guests from around the F1 and motorsport world debating the latest matters of the moment in the sport.
The F1 Show, meanwhile, is live from the paddock on every Friday of a race weekend.
The channel includes live press conferences with drivers and team bosses, plus the best of the other interviews in Paddock Uncut.
From Senna and Prost, to Schumacher and Alonso, there's a regular dose of Classic Races during the year featuring the most dramatic and memorable moments from the sport's past.
Our Digital platforms, meanwhile, keep fans up to speed with the latest news, reaction, analysis and video from around the sport.
Sky Sports' relaunched app for smartphone and tablet is released in August.
Sky Sports F1 is now among 10 Sky Sports channels as part of a summer shake-up to bring you closer to the sports that have you on the edge of your seat.
Sky Sports viewers will continue to receive the best live action across the board as we serve up further dedicated channels for Premier League, Football, Cricket and Golf.
The best international rugby union, rugby league, boxing, darts, NFL, tennis and more will feature on the new Sky Sports Action and Arena channels, while our Main Event channel dedicated to the biggest live events - exclusively available to customers with the full range of Sky Sports channels - means you won't miss the big moments, whatever the sport.
With every race live on Sky Sports F1, here's the F1 race schedule for the rest of 2017:
30 July: Hungary - Exclusively live
27 August: Belgium - Live
3 September: Italy - Exclusively live
17 September: Singapore - Live
1 October: Malaysia - Live
8 October: Japan - Exclusively live
22 October: USA - Live
29 October: Mexico - Exclusively live
12 November: Brazil - Exclusively live
26 November: Abu Dhabi - Live