F1 2017 – where to watch F1 on TV
The 2017 Formula One season starts again this weekend, in Australia – early morning start and dont forget the clocks go forward also this weekend
20 race weekends, from March to November.
F1 2017 on Sky Sports
Sky Sports will be showing all sessions from all race weekends. Along with their dedicated F1 Channel, Sky Sports F1, some race weekend programming will also be available on Sky Sports 1, and Sky Sports Mix.
For SkyQ users, it will be the first full season of F1 Races available in Ultra HD.
Sky Sports F1 2017 Trailer
F1 2017 on Channel Four
Channel Four will offer coverage of all races. They will show 10 race weekends with all the action live, and 10 race weekends with highlights.
Other broadcasters include:
BeIN Sports (mena) who have broadcast rights for all sessions live
Movistar F1 (Spanish Pay TV service), who have broadcast rights for all sessions live
Teledeporte (Spanish Free TV), who have broadcast rights for highlights for qualifying and races only, with the SPanish Grand Prix weekend the only one being shown free and live in Spain.
And available also on streaming services, hopefully better quality than this from a Kodi stream a year or so ago!
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