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Stay in control with Sky Sports F1 for the new Formula 1 2018 season

Sky Sports F1 is the only place to watch every F 1 race live in 2018

Why Sky Sports F1 will put you in the driving seat for the new season...

What to watch
In 2018, Sky Sports F1 will be the only place to watch every practice session, qualifying and race live.

Viewers can enjoy expert analysis from our award-winning team, including former world champion Damon Hill as well as Martin Brundle, Ted Kravitz, Natalie Pinkham and former F1 racers Johnny Herbert, Anthony Davidson and Paul di Resta.

The season starts with the Australian GP, exclusively live on Sky F1, on March 23-25.

Find out more about Sky Sports F1
Find out more about Sky Sports F1

Watch all 21 race weekends live only on Sky F1 in 2018

Where to watch
Sky Sports' dedicated F1 channel can be found on Sky channel 406 while Sky Q customers will also be able to watch F1 in Ultra HD.

F1 2018: How to watch on Sky F1
F1 2018: How to watch on Sky F1

On TV, Online, On Demand and on the go...all the ways you can watch every Formula 1 race weekend on Sky Sports F1

On the move? No problem. Sky Sports F1 is available on Sky Go - meaning you can watch Sky F1 wherever you are on your mobile or tablet.

Sky Sports subscribers can also see the action on the Sky Sports mobile app by navigating to the Live TV tab at the bottom of the screen.

Our Race Control service, offering on-board cameras and driver tracker, is also available on the Sky Sports ipad App and on the Red Button service.

With Sky Sports, you won't miss a thing.

When to watch
The new F1 season, featuring a record-equalling 21 races, starts on March 23-25 in Melbourne with the Australian GP.

Sky Sports F1 viewers won't miss any of the action with every track session broadcast live.

The best of Sky F1 will also be available for catch up via On Demand with race highlights on Sky Go ready to watch whenever you like.

About Sky Sports F1
The award-winning Sky Sports F1 is the world's first dedicated F1 channel and the only place to see the Formula 1 2018 championship in its entirety in the UK.

Sky Sports F1's coverage will also be broadcast in over 100 territories in 2018, including the United States.

Sky Sports is now better than ever, with seven new channels dedicated to your favourite sports - including Formula 1.

Find out more and how to become part of the Sky Sports F1 audience.

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