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Sky to revolutionise way F1 is brought to the fans

Sky's coverage doesn't begin or end with the race. The team of Martin Brundle, Steve Rider, Georgie Thompson and Ted Kravitz will be bringing you so much more...
On 9th March, Sky launches a brand new channel. Sky Sports F1™ HD is the only place to see every single live F1™ race in 2012. With more in depth coverage than ever before, Sky is revolutionising the way F1™ is brought to its fans.


The Whole Story

Sky's coverage doesn't begin or end with the race. The team of Martin Brundle, Steve Rider, Georgie Thompson and Ted Kravitz will be bringing you so much more. Sky is the only place to see all 20 F1 races live and exclusive and in HD. They will be bringing you the Whole Story going behind the scenes in more depth than ever before bringing you even closer to the action. Sky will also be helping you get to know the history of F1 with their brand new Legends series, plus re-runs of classic races from the past. Sky will also be bringing live coverage of GP2 & GP3. Sky is the only place to get right into the heart of F1.

Click here to hear from Martin Brundle and find out what fans can look forward to this season on Sky Sports F1™ HD.


Ways to watch:

It's easier than ever to follow the fast-paced action of F1™. Sky's brand new dedicated channel provides unrivalled coverage in every way possible. Whether you're watching live or on-demand, at home or on the move, Sky Sports F1™ has it covered.


TV

Sky Sports F1™ offers all races live and uninterrupted including practice and qualifying sessions.

High definition brings you the action in stunning picture detail, while Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound makes you feel like you're trackside. The Red button offers Multi Video Option for TV customers; getting you closer to the action with on board cameras, pit lane and quad view.


Mobile

See all the action live on your smartphone and iPad with Sky Go.

Coming soon: Great news for Android users - Sky Go is coming to a selection of Android smartphones in February 2012. Find out more – click here.

Sky Sports for iPad - Sky customers will be able to watch up to 10 different live camera feeds, rewind live streams and, as the race plays out, jump back to watch highlights. (Launching March 2012)


Online

Sign in to the Sky Sports website to access multi video options getting you closer to the action with on board cameras, pit lane and quad view. See all the action live or see all race highlights and the latest news On-Demand at skysports.com.


How can you see every race live this season?

There are two ways you can subscribe to SkySports F1™HD:


Formula 1™ with HD

With Sky+HD, you'll get right to the heart of the action and feel the intensity of every race, live, in stunning high definition.

Sky Sports F1™ HD plus:

*All our most popular entertainment channels in HD;
*Free Sky+HD box & free set-up - when you join or upgrade to HD;
*Plus, M&S vouchers for both new and existing customers buying online;

New customers from £30.25 a month
Existing customers just £10.25 a month


Formula 1™ with more sports

Never miss a moment of your favourite sports with live and exclusive coverage across our six dedicated sports channels.

Sky Sports F1™ plus:

*Exclusively live Barclays Premier League, Ryder Cup, Heineken Cup and more
*Free Sky+ box, free set-up & £100 M&S voucher when you join Sky TV online
*Existing Sky TV customers save £5 when you upgrade to Sky Sports online

New customers from £40 a month
Existing customers just £20 a month


To find out more: CLICK HERE


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Martin Brundle. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
David Croft. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
Damon Hill. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
Anthony Davidson. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
Ted Kravitz. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
Georgie Thompson. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
Natalie Pinkham. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
Simon Lazenby. Sky Sports F1 press day. Feb 2012 [Pic credit: Sky Sports]
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