Live free-to-air coverage of Formula One in the UK will almost completely end in 2019 as Sky has announced a new deal to broadcast the sport exclusively.
The British Grand Prix will continue to be shown live on a free-to-air channel, a Sky spokesperson told F1 Fanatic, along with highlights of the races and qualifying sessions from the other rounds.
Sky, which first broadcast F1 in 2012, has signed a new deal running up to 2024.
The news signals Channel 4?s three-year deal as broadcaster, announced at the end of last year, will not be extended.
Sky will also begin broadcasting F1 in Ultra High Definition from next year.
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