LEWIS HAMILTON is bidding for a sixth Drivers’ Championship title with Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel also targeting a place at the top of the podium.
Sky Sports has retained their TV rights, but will be showing all-but race exclusively after making a deal with Channel 4.
AFP or licensors Valtteri Bottas stormed to victory in the opening race of the season in Australia
Which F1 races will be live on Sky Sports this year?
All 21 Grands Prix will be shown live on Sky Sports F1 in 2019.
Which F1 races will be FREE to watch in the UK?
The opening race in Australia was shown live on Sky One.
Sky are not releasing details of other races that will be shown live on Sky One too far in advance with Bahrain the only one so far.
But the British Grand Prix – a protected race – will be FREE to watch with Channel 4 also holding coverage of the race.
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How can I live stream F1 this season?
Sky Sports customers will be able to catch all the action online via their computer, mobile and laptop.
Otherwise, you can live stream the races on NowTV from £8.99 with a Sky Sports Day Pass.
Or save over £100 and get an F1 Season Ticket with NowTV, where you catch every practice, qualifying and race this year, along with plenty of other live sport including Premier League action.
Full F1 UK television schedule
The full calendar of the 2019 races are as follows:
March 17: Australia – Sky One, Sky Sports F1
March 31: Bahrain – Sky One, Sky Sports F1
April 14: China – Sky Sports F1
April 28: Azerbaijan – Sky Sports F1
May 12: Spain – Sky Sports F1
May 26: Monaco – Sky Sports F1
June 9: Canada – Sky Sports F1
June 23: France – Sky Sports F1
June 30: Austria – Sky Sports F1
July 14: Britain – Channel 4, Sky Sports F1
July 28: Germany – Sky Sports F1
August 4: Hungary – Sky Sports F1
September 1: Belgium – Sky Sports F1
September 8: Italy – Sky Sports F1
September 22: Singapore – Sky Sports F1
September 29: Russia – Sky Sports F1
October 13: Japan – Sky Sports F1
October 27: Mexico – Sky Sports F1
November 3: USA – Sky Sports F1
November 17: Brazil – Sky Sports F1
December 1: Abu Dhabi – Sky Sports F1