BBC/Sky reveal 2015 coverage

By on Wednesday, January 7, 2015
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British broadcasters BBC and Sky Sports have revealed how they will share coverage of live Formula 1 races this year.

Since 2012, the broadcasters have shared coverage of Formula 1 in the United Kingdom, with the BBC showing half of the 20 races live, with delayed highlights of the remaining 10.

Sky Sports will show all 20 races live on its dedicated channel.

The BBC will provide live coverage of races from Malaysia, Bahrain, Canada, Britain, Hungary, Belgium, Japan, Russia, Brazil and Abu Dhabi.

Therefore the opening round of the year, held in Australia, will be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports, as will the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix.

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