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Sky has vowed to show the British Grand Prix live on free-to-air television. It hasn't gone into specifics of how it will be shown, but Sky owns a number of 'freeview' channels. In addition, two other ""˜prime time' races will be shown live on a new channel called Sky Sports Mix, which will cover a variety of key sporting events and will be made available to Sky customers at no extra cost.

Sky said it will also offer highlights of all other races and qualifying sessions for free. Most races, however, will be out of reach for UK-based enthusiasts unless they have a Sky subscription.

Barney Francis, managing director of Sky Sports said: ""This is a brilliant deal that takes Sky's partnership with F1® to the next level. Since 2012, we have demonstrated unrivalled commitment to F1®, offering fans innovations including a dedicated channel and the very best broadcasting talent. We are delighted that we are strengthening our coverage for viewers even further, with live and exclusive F1® from 2019 and the chance to watch in Ultra High Definition for the first time from next season. We are pleased to support F1® and look forward to working with them to progress, develop and enhance coverage of the Championship during the agreement.""�

Source:http://www.maxif1.com/sky-sports-to-become-exclusive-home-of-f1/
 

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It's pretty much not on TV at all then apart from the British Grand Prix. Mind you the state of the racing at the moment I'm not that bothered by it.
 
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