Sky revs up Formula 1 coverage with Sky Sports F1 Ultra HD 24/7 live channel

Sky Glass TV featuring promotional art for the 2023 F1 season

Sky is accelerating its coverage of Formula 1, with the launch of a dedicated Ultra HD channel. Sky Sports F1 Ultra HD is a 24/7 live service that will show every Grand Prix in UHD. 

This means race fans, and 4k video enthusiasts can watch all the action in the highest quality, without needing to access UHD via the Red Button.

Launching today (March 3),  Sky Sports F1 Ultra HD will broadcast every GP race, qualifying and practice in  4k Ultra HD and HDR.

It’ll be the next best thing to watching from your favourite team’s pit lane garage.

This means race fans, and 4k video enthusiasts, can watch all the action in the highest quality, without needing to access UHD via the Red Button…

Available on Sky Q, Sky Glass and Sky Stream, viewers need only select Sky Sports F1 on channel 406, and Sky will automatically default to Ultra HD.

The new F1 Ultra HD channel joins the existing sports UHD line up, which includes the recently launched Sky Sports Main Event Ultra HD (channel 401), plus coverage of Premier League football, Cricket and Golf.  

The 2023 F1 schedule looks to be a winner, with the first Las Vegas Grand Prix. The season kicks off in Bahrain (March 3 – 5), before moving to Saudi Arabia (March 17-19), Australia (March 31 – April 2),  Azerbaijan (April 28-30) and Miami (May 5-7).

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