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What is the Sky Sports F1 schedule for the 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix?

What is the Sky Sports F1 schedule for the 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix?

9 March - 09:00

Sky Sports F1 will broadcast the entire 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend. They will cover all the action during the 2024 Formula 1 season for viewers in the United Kingdom, so fans won't miss anything. GPblog will also provide a live blog with updates throughout each day. Here, you can see the Sky Sports F1 schedule.

What is the Sky Sports F1 broadcast schedule?

Sky Sports F1 will broadcast every single F1 session during the 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend.

Sky Sports F1 return on Saturday for the 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Coverage will start at 15:30pm, and they will stay live until 8pm. Indycar will then be shown live on the same channel. To see the full Grand Prix schedule, click here.

Will Sky Sports F1 broadcast F2 and F3 this weekend?

Sky Sports F1 will show every session from Formula 2 in Saudi Arabia. Formula 3 are not present this weekend. Instead, the F1 Academy will race in Jeddah, and this will be broadcast on Sky Sports. 

Who will be on the Sky Sports F1 team in Saudi Arabia?

Ted Kravitz will not be present in Saudi Arabia; therefore, there will be no notebook. David Croft is expected to be the lead commentator this weekend. The commentator will miss three Grands Prix this season, but Saudi Arabia isn't expected to be one. Simon Lazenby is expected to present this weekend. Bernie Collins will make her first appearance of the 2024 Formula 1 season on Sky Sports. Karun Chandhok is in the co-commentator as Martin Brundle takes a week off.

How can you watch Sky Sports F1?

Sky Sports F1 is available in the United Kingdom. You can purchase the channel through a package offered by Sky themselves. You can also buy a package which includes Sky Sports F1 on Virgin Media TV. You can add Sky Sports F1 if you are with BT TV. You can stream Sky Sports F1 online via NOW TV. You can purchase a monthly package.

How can you watch the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend without Sky Sports F1?

If you are located in the United Kingdom, you can't watch the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix without paying for Sky Sports F1. For fans outside of the UK, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will be shown on F1TV Pro in most countries worldwide. Sky have the rights to broadcast Sky Sports F1 in Germany, Italy and others. ViaPlay have the rights to broadcast F1 in some locations worldwide, including The Netherlands.