F1 2013 calender: Which channel is the Grand Prix on?

BBC and Sky share rights to the Formula One season

Sky Sports will be broadcasting every race of the 2013 Formula One season live. Screened on their specific Sky Sports F1 channel, they will be providing coverage from every corner, crash and dramatic climax throughout the season. This includes live practice and qualification sessions.

Possessing household names such as Damon Hill, Johnny Herbert and Anthony Davidson, the Sky F1 team will also be joined by Martin Brundle and David Croft. The duo will provide commentary from every track across the globe, taking you through the whole experience of race day. With news breaking constantly over the race weekend, Natalie Pinkham and Ted Kravitz will keep you informed of any important news during your Sky F1 weekend experience.

BBC will join their fellow media outlet in screening nine live races this season across all of its platforms. On top of their live coverage, they will also provide highlights for any races that they have not covered. They have also been successful in gaining live broadcasting of each practice session from Melbourne all the way through to Brazil.

One major change with the BBC is the introduction of new presenter Suzi Perry, replacing last year’s host Jake Humphrey. Ben Edwards and co-commentator David Coulthard will continue to commentate live on the race and former driver Eddie Jordan will continue as chief analyst. BBC radio five live will broadcast live from every race throughout the calendar year.

 

Australian Grand Prix – 15-17 March

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (06.00am GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday (13.50 pm GMT)

 

Malaysian Grand Prix – 22-24 March

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (08.00am GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday (14.00pm GMT)

 

Chinese Grand Prix – 12-14 April

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (08.00am GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early afternoon (Time TBC)

 

Bahrain Grand Prix – 19-21 April

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday (Time TBC)

 

Spanish Grand Prix – 10-12 May

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

 

Monaco Grand Prix – 23-26 May

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

 

Canadian Grand Prix – 7-9 June

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (19.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, late evening (Time TBC)

 

British Grand Prix – 28-30 June

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

German Grand Prix – 5-7 July

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

Hungarian Grand Prix – 26-28 July

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

Belgian Grand Prix – 23-25 August

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

Italian Grand Prix – 6-8 September

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early evening (Time TBC)

 

Singapore Grand Prix – 20-22 September

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday (Time TBC)

 

Korean Grand Prix – 4-6 October

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (07.00am GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early afternoon (Time TBC)

 

Japanese Grand Prix – 11-13 October

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (07.00am GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early afternoon (Time TBC)

 

Indian Grand Prix – 25-27 October

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (09.30am GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, early afternoon (Time TBC)

 

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – 1-3 November

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (13.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday (Time TBC)

 

United States Grand Prix – 15-17 November

Race: Live on Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (19.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, late evening (Time TBC)

 

Brazilian Grand Prix – 22-24 November

Race: Live on BBC One and Sky Sports F1 HD, Sunday (16.00pm GMT)

Race highlights: BBC One, Sunday, late evening (Time TBC)

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