Motor Sport on Satellite
The 2016 Formula One season will be the 67th season of the FIA Formula One World Championship.
Formula One is recognised as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars.
The 2016 Formula One season has twenty-one Grands Prix scheduled making it the longest season in the sport’s history.
The 2016 Formula One season starts in Australia on 20 March and finishing in Abu Dhabi on 27 November.
The 2016 Formula One season will see the grid expand to 22 cars with the addition of the Haas F1 Team entry. The calendar will also expand, with the return of the German Grand Prix and the revival of the European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan.
F1 Race Calendar 2016 – F1 had 21 races in 2016, with the first Grand Prix on the 20th March 2016, and the final Grand Prix on 27th November 2016.
F1 TV Coverage on Channel Four – Channel Four won the rights to show F1 from 2016 to 2018. Half of their races will be shown live, half will have extensive highlights.
F1 TV Coverage on Sky Sports F1 – Sky Sports F1 have the rights to show F1 from 2012 to 2018. They will show all sessions of all races weekend live.
F1 TV Coverage – Other TV Broadcasters – In most countries there are multiple F1 Broadcasters. Some F1 Broadcasters are free to air, and other F1 Broadcasters are pay TV services.
Moto GP on Satellite
Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix is the premier championship of motorcycle road racing. It is currently divided into three classes: MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. All three classes use four-stroke engines.
Moto GP 2016 – Moto GP 2016 UK TV coverage – BT Sports (ITV4 highlights)
Other Motor Sport on Satellite TV
World Rally Championship: Live on BT Sport; highlights on Channel 5, Motors TV and S4C
British Rally Championship: Highlights on Channel 4 and BT Sport in 2016
British Touring Car Championship: Live on ITV4 until 2022
World Touring Car Championship: Live on Eurosport
Superbike World Championship: Live on Eurosport (until 2015), highlights on Channel 4
British Superbike: Live on Eurosport (until 2020); highlights on ITV (until 2018)
Isle of Man TT: Daily highlights on ITV4 until 2018
IndyCar Series: Live on BT Sport in 2015
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Live on Premier Sports until 2017
GP2 Series: Live on Sky Sports F1
GP3 Series: Live on Sky Sports F1
24 Hours of Le Mans: Live on Eurosport until 2016
Elite League Speedway: Live on Sky Sports until 2019
Speedway Grand Prix: Live on BT Sport until 2018
Speedway World Cup: Live on BT Sport until 2018
Formula E: Live on ITV4 (London ePrix on ITV) until 2017; highlights on BT Sport
Goodwood Festival of Speed – Live on Sky Sports F1, Highlights on ITV