With the 2019 FIA Formula 1 Season not too far away from going lights out in Australia, here are what to watch out for throughout the season?
Channel 4 have reached an agreement with Sky Sports F1 to allow to broadcast highlights of the 2019 Formula 1 Season, as well as live coverage of the 2019 British Grand Prix.
Formula E is closing in on a major UK TV deal with Channel 4
Former F1 driver and Channel 4 pundit David Coulthard believes F1’s lack of free-to-air TV starting in 2019 will heavily impact the sport in the UK and fear it’s fanbase will decline.
Guy Martin will race against Jenson Button in Classic Williams F1 cars around Silverstone ahead of the British Grand Prix, in partnership with Williams Heritage as part of an episode with Speed with Guy Martin on Channel 4.
Channel 4 will show 10 rounds of the 2018 Formula 1 season live, with delayed highlights of all the other 11 rounds of the championship.
Channel 4 have revealed their advert promoting their coverage of the 2017 Formula 1 season, with their first live race of the year coming in Bahrain.
The Monaco Grand Prix will make a welcome return to free-to-air TV coverage in the UK as Channel 4 unveils its 10 live scheduled races for the 2017 season.
Live Formula 1 races will be shown exclusively on Sky Sports from 2019, ending the terrestrial free-to-air viewing held by Channel 4.
Channel 4 have confirmed their presenter line-up for their Formula 1 coverage for the 2016 season.
MSA British Rally Championship set for 30-minute slot on Channel 4 with additional 60-minute programme on BT Sport.
Channel 4 has confirmed the races they will broadcast live for the 2016 Formula 1 season.
Ex-Formula 1 driver David Coulthard confirmed as presenter for Channel 4’s Formula 1 coverage.
Formula 1 will still have free-to-air coverage in 2016 with Channel 4 taking over from the BBC, who have ‘reluctantly’ withdrawn early from its agreement.
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Motors TV and Channel 4 are to broadcast a documentary program following Sunoco Rolex 24 at Daytona Challenge winner Felipe Nasr on his journey to Daytona International Speedway.