Sky Sports F1 Online TV, How to Watch, Channel availability, Definition and More
Sky Sports F1 is a popular television channel like Sky sports main event, Sky Sports Cricket and other Sky channels. Sky Sports F1 is made for sky’s UK as well as Ireland coverage of Formula One.
Sky Sports F1 is launched on 9 March 2012 and Sky Sports F1 HD on the sky platform was available to new and existing customers.
Sky Sports F1 will have the great rights to broadcast Formula 1 live in the UK and Ireland even will have sub-license highlights of all races and qualifying sessions.
Sky Race Control is the brand name used across all of Sky Sports F1 interactive services. Sky Race Control is available via the red button as well as the Sky Sports website and iPad app in conjunction with a Sky ID.
Now, this channel is more developed in all system so that the customers can watch it very easily.
How can I watch Sky Sports F1 Live Streaming Free?
You need be a premium member of Sky sports in order to watch F1 race.
Presentation and commentary team:
On 9 December 2011, Sky announced their coverage team for the 2012 season. The presentation team currently consists of:
|SIMON LAZENBY||ALL RACES||Host and presenter of all live F1 build-ups, post-race analysis and the opening practice session.|
|DAVID CROFT||ALL RACES||Main commentator on all practice sessions, qualifying and races and the host of #AskCrofty. He previously covered F1 on BBC Radio 5 Live from 2006–2011. He contributes to The F1 Show also.|
|NATALIE PINKHAM||SELECTED RACES||Initially only the driver interviewer (a role she previously held on BBC Radio 5 Live in 2011), sometimes host of The F1 Show and currently presents the final practice session on Saturdays. Conducts driver parade interviews at selected races. Regular host of the F1 Report.|
|TED KRAVITZ||ALL RACES||Pit-lane reporter, who currently hosts the second free practice session and Ted’s Notebook. Kravitz provides news, analysis and technical information from his position in the pit-lane. He previously covered F1 on ITV from 2002–2008 and on the BBC from 2009–2011.|
|JOHNNY HERBERT||MOST RACES||Expert analyst after stints as an F1 driver from 1989-2000, winning three Grands Prix with Stewart and Benetton.|
|RACHEL BROOKES||ALL RACES||Sky Sports News reporter who interviews the drivers for Paddock Uncut on Thursdays and provides F1 news reports.She takes turns to co-host The F1 Show, F1 Report and the final practice session on Saturdays.Conducts driver parade interviews at selected races.|
|CRAIG SLATER||SELECTED RACES||Sky Sports News reporter who interviews the drivers for Paddock Uncut on Thursdays and provides F1 news reports.|
|MARTIN BRUNDLE||ALL RACES||Former F1 driver and tester with many podium finishes to his name.
Co-commentator for qualifying and race day for all races in 2017, Brundle also provides expert analysis of practice, qualifying and races, in addition to the pre-race grid-walk. He previously covered F1 on ITV between 1997 and 2008 and on the BBC from 2009–2011.
|DAMON HILL||SELECTED RACES||The former World Champion provides expert analysis and insight. Initially only available for certain races throughout the year, he had since increased his involvement to become more regular at race weekends.|
|MARC PRIESTLEY||STUDIO||The former mechanic for McLaren provides expert analysis and insight on the F1 Report every week. He also works on Sky F1’s production team at most race weekends.|
|ANTHONY DAVIDSON||SELECTED RACES||Former F1 driver for Super Aguri, BAR and Minardi.Also ex-test driver for the Honda and Mercedes F1 teams.Currently a Toyota sports car driver and 2014 World Endurance Champion after a previous stint with Peugeot.
Co-commentator during practice sessions and analyst for selected race events.Davidson previously filled in as co-commentator for ITV during Hungary 2006 and was co-commentator for BBC Radio 5 Live between 2008-2011.
Provided co-commentary for qualifying and race during the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix weekend. He was a last minute replacement for Williams reserve driver Paul di Resta, who was drafted into the cockpit to cover for an ill Felipe Massa.
Brundle was not at the event after a vomiting bug caught during the previous race in Britain.
|PAUL DI RESTA||MOST RACES||Raced for Force India (2011-2013) and Williams (Hungary 2017) after winning the DTM championship in 2010.Regular expert analyst at race weekends, as well as co-commentator throughout practice sessions, when he is not racing in DTM for Mercedes or as reserve driver for Williams.|
|NICO ROSBERG||SELECTED RACES||2016 Drivers World Champion and multiple race winner. Drove for Williams and Mercedes between 2006-2016 before announcing a shock early retirement.Provides expert analysis on a selection of races throughout the year. Also works for RTL in Germany and Sky Italia’s F1 coverage.|
|JENSON BUTTON||SELECTEDRACES||2009 Drivers World Champion and multiple race winner. He drove for Williams, Benetton, Renault, BAR, Honda, Brawn GP and McLaren between 2000-2016, with a reserve drive in place of Fernando Alonso (who was competing in IndyCar) at the 2017 Monaco Grand PrixHe won his championship in 2009 with Brawn GP, in their only season in the sport.Provides expert analysis on a selection of races throughout the year starting with the 2018 British Grand Prix.|
|GEORGIE THOMPSON||Conducted interviews with drivers and other members of a team outside a race weekend, which were then used as features during build-ups to qualifying and races. She also co-hosted The F1 Show with Ted Kravitz in 2012 and worked on the “SkyPad” with various members of the team and special guests. She departed at the end of the 2012 season.|
|STEVE RIDER||Host and presenter of F1 Legends usually on after the race coverage at selected races. The series ended in 2014.|
|ALLAN MCNISH||Ex-F1 racer for Toyota and test driver for Renault between 2002-2003.Acted as part-time analyst for selected races. Departed for a position within the BBC’s F1 coverage.|
|KARUN CHANDHOK||Former HRT, Lotus F1 driver throughout 2010-2011.Expert analyst for selected races throughout the 2014 season as well as driving in sports car and Formula E racing events. Replaced Allan McNish who joined BBC Radio 5 Live in 2013 as co-commentator. Chandhok returned to Sky Sports in 2015, providing analysis on The F1 Show. Joined Channel 4 F1 in 2016.|
|BRUNO SENNA||Raced for HRT, Lotus Renault GP and Williams from 2010-2012.Expert analyst for selected races throughout the 2014 and 2015 seasons as well as driving in sports car and Formula E racing events.|
|PETER WINDSOR||Host and presenter of Tales from the Vault usually on after the race coverage at selected races.|
|ANNA WOOLHOUSE||Former host and presenter of the F1 Midweek Report. Now has a new name and presenters.|
|PAT SYMONDS||Technical analyst at a small number at races in 2017, but departed coverage for an unknown reason from 2018 onwards.|