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Sky launches F1 offer as exclusive coverage commences

With Sky offering live and exclusive coverage of all but one F1 race this year, the broadcaster is offer perks to get viewers signed up.

Formula 1 fans can look forward to a new season of twists and turns with a Sky Sports offer enabling its customers to add the channel for £10 a month.

The offer comes with a two-year price guarantee.

Sky Sports will broadcast all 21 races in 2019 starting with the Australian Grand Prix on 17 March from Melbourne. Unlike previous years, every practice session, qualifying session and race will be shown exclusively live on Sky, with the exception of the British Grand Prix, which will also be shown live on Channel 4.

Sky UK and Ireland Chief Executive Officer Stephen van Rooyen said:
Seven years ago we rewrote the rules and created a dedicated channel for F1, pushing the boundaries of sports broadcasting. Each year we challenge ourselves to go further and this year will be a whole new chapter. 
We are extremely proud to partner with F1, honouring the history and traditions of this great sport, whilst also taking fans even closer to the track and share our excitement for the future.

2009 world champion Jenson Button joins the team, adding to Sky Sports’ roster of world champions alongside Damon Hill and Nico Rosberg.

Martin Brundle’s expert analysis and famed grid walks will be a key feature in the coverage, while Karun Chandhok who worked on Sky Sports F1 in the past returns to the fold. Johnny Herbert and Paul Di Resta complete the lineup of experts helping to excite and educate fans throughout the season.

Image Credit: Sky