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Sky News Update: Sky Sports F1 Secure Rights and Special Programmes

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Sky news update: Sky Sports F1 have recently secured ten exclusive races for next year’s season and have announced several special festive programmes.

Sky announced today, 20th December 2013, that they have secure exclusive rights for multiple races in the 2014 Formula 1 season. When the season returns early next year Sky Sports F1 will be showing all races throughout the season; nine of the races will also be broadcast by other firms however Sky have the exclusive rights to ten of the races including Singapore, Monaco and Brazil. This acquisition looks to further improve the channel which recently won the Best TV Broadcaster Award for Outstanding Coverage for the second consecutive year.

The full 2014 Formula 1 calendar is as follows: 16th March - Australia (exclusively live), 30th March - Malaysia (live), 6th April - Bahrain (exclusively live), 20th April - China (exclusively live), 11th May - Spain (live), 25th May - Monaco (exclusively live), 8th June - Canada (live), 22nd June - Austria (exclusively live), 6th July - Great Britain (live), 20th July - Germany (exclusively live), 27th July - Hungary (exclusively live), 24th August - Belgium (live), 7th September - Italy (live), 21st September - Singapore (exclusively live), 5th October - Japan (live), 12th October - Russia (live), 2nd November - USA (exclusively live), 9th November - Brazil (exclusively live), 23rd November - Abu Dhabi (live).

Sky has all this content available across the year and more. All practice session and qualifying sessions will be aired alongside the live uninterrupted race coverage. Other shows looking at past racing legends, providing analysis of races, and interviews with racers will also be broadcast on the Sky Sports F1 channel throughout the year.

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The Sky Sports F1 channel will also be providing viewers with a range of new programmes during this festive season. Despite the 2013 Formula 1 season packing up shop Sky plan to keep regular views topped up with high quality programmes, to fill the gaps left by the races over this festive period. On Tuesday 24th December key members of the Sky sports F1 team will look back at the record breaking season which has just ended. Johnny Herbert, Simon Lazenby, Martin Brundle and Damon Hill will be the team casting an analytical eye over the key moments and races throughout the season. The show will be broadcast at 6pm, 8:30pm and 10:30 on Christmas Eve.

Two extra shows will also be provided on Christmas Day itself. The Sand GP, in Abu Dhabi, will be broadcast at 7pm. This show stars racing stars Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, these two racers will take on Sky’s own Damon Hill and Johnny Damon in the United Arab Emirates. Just before this at 6pm you will be able to catch the highlights of the 2013 Autosport Awards featuring interviews with huge names in racing such as Sebastian Vettel.

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