Sky Sports F1
Sky Sports F1
Sky Sports F1 is a television channel created especially for Sky’s UK coverage of Formula One, with Sky having a package of UK rights from the 2012 season to the 2018 season. From 2019 to 2024, Sky Sports F1 will have the exclusive rights to live Formula 1, and will sub-licence the British Grand Prix plus highlights and qualifying sessions of all races on a free-to-air basis on a free to air channel. From 2017, Sky Sports F1 will broadcast Formula 1 in UHD for the first time.
- The F1 Show;
The first programme to air on Sky Sports F1 was its weekly magazine show; The F1 Show. Initially presented by Georgie Thompson and Ted Kravitz (apart from the launch show, which was presented by Simon Lazenby), then by Kravitz and Natalie Pinkham, as of the 2014 season, it is presented by Natalie Pinkham and one of Ted Kravitz, Simon Lazenby, David Croft or Rachael Brookes.
- F1 Legends;
A series of interviews with some of the greatest names in F1 history hosted by Steve Rider. Sometimes is captioned Architects of F1 and features non-F1 drivers, but ex-F1 engineers and legendary technical directors.
- Midweek Report;
Presented by Anna Woolhouse, in the week after a race, the programme looks on further depth some of the stories and incidents that came out of the previous race.
- Classic F1;
Coverage of an F1 race from the archive corresponding to the current race that weekend.
- Teds Notebook;
A topical show presented during pre season testing, as well as Qualifying and Race days. Presented by Ted Kravitz.
Various other documentaries are also shown about F1 history. Currently these are 1970s season reviews produced by Brunswick Films.
During the 2012 and 2013 season (beginning at the 2012 British Grand Prix), they aired the new McLaren cartoon Tooned before each live race. It featured the current McLaren drivers as themselves and comedian Alexander Armstrong as Professor M.
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