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The Sky is the limit

Time is running out to make sure you don't miss any of the action from F1 2012
There is now less than 24 hours until on-track action gets underway for the opening round of the 2012 F1 season in Australia.

As a result, the clock is also ticking for TV viewers who want to be able to catch all of the action from the Albert Park race to sign up for the new Sky Sports F1 channel – the only place to see every session of the 2012 season live.

As well as on-track action from a broadcast team including the likes of Martin Brundle, Anthony Davidson, Georgie Thompson and David Croft, the new channel will also go behind the scenes with stars of the past in it's Legends series, re-run classic races from years gone by and also provide live coverage of both GP2 and GP3.

Sky Sports F1 is available through your TV, on mobile and online to people who subscribe to either Sky+HD - thereby getting all their F1 coverage in High Definition – or to those who sign up for the full Sky Sports package.

Check out the video below for what to expect, and for more information.



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