Sky Sports and the BBC have confirmed their schedules for the 2014 Formula 1 season. The former will broadcast 10 races exclusively live on the channel, while the BBC will have live coverage of nine of the 19 rounds.
Sky Sports’s dedicated F1 channel, which recently won the FIA’s ‘Best TV Broadcaster Award for Outstanding Coverage’ for the second year in a row, announced on Friday that they will show Grands Prix in the likes of Monaco, Singapore and Brazil exclusively live.
Meanwhile the BBC also announced their live and free-to-air races for 2014. They will cover nine of the 19 races live, including the British and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix, with highlights for the remaining 10.
Here is a look at who will be showing what next season:
16th March: Australian Grand Prix – Sky
30th March: Malaysian Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
6th April: Bahrain Grand Prix – Sky
20th April: Chinese Grand Prix – Sky
11th May: Spanish Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
25th May: Monaco Grand Prix - Sky
8th June: Canadian Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
22nd June: Austrian Grand Prix – Sky
6th July: British Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
20th July: German Grand Prix – Sky
27th July: Hungarian Grand Prix – Sky
24th August: Belgian Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
7th September: Italian Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
21st September: Singapore Grand Prix – Sky
5th October: Japanese Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
12th October: Russian Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
2nd November: United States Grand Prix - Sky
9th November: Brazilian Grand Prix - Sky
23rd November: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – BBC/Sky
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