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Sky Sports F1 to broadcast all F1 race in 2016 live

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Sky Sports F1 to broadcast all F1 race in 2016 live

Sky Sports F1 to broadcast all F1 race in 2016 live

All 21-grand prix’s — Sunday main races, practice and qualifying sessions to broadcast live on Sky Sports F1.

Sky Sports Head of F1, Martin Turner — “This season offers everything. More races, more stories and more drama and only on Sky Sports F1 can viewers enjoy the complete story live. All eyes will again be on Lewis Hamilton while Mercedes and Ferrari will go head to head for the Constructors title.

“Our award-winning coverage will be there from the opening grid to the final chequered flag on our dedicated F1 channel and across our digital platforms.”

Commentary this season will come from Martin Brundle and David Croft, with expert analysis by Damon Hill, Anthony Davidson and Johnny Herbert. Presenter Simon Lazenby will be fronting the coverage alongside reporter Ted Kravitz. There will be a host of programming, features and archive footage throughout the year.

2016 F1 Calendar – Every 2016 race live on Sky Sports F1

20 March: Australia – Exclusively live
3 April: Bahrain – Live
17 April: China – Exclusively live
1 May: Russia – Exclusively live
15 May: Spain – Live
29 May: Monaco – Exclusively live
12 June: Canada – Exclusively live
19 June: Azerbaijan – Live
3 July: Austria – Exclusively live
10 July: Great Britain – Live
24 July: Hungary – Live
31 July: Germany – Exclusively live
28 August: Belgium – Live
4 September: Italy – Live
18 September: Singapore – Exclusively live
2 October: Malaysia – Live
9 October: Japan – Exclusively live
23 October: USA – Exclusively live
30 October: Mexico – Live
13 November: Brazil – Exclusively live
27 November: Abu Dhabi – Live

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