Which Formula 1 races are on Sky and Channel 4 in 2017?

The TV calendar for the 2017 Formula One season has been revealed. Half of the races are still exclusive to Sky, but for the first time since 2012, the Monaco Grand Prix will be available on terrestrial television.

Sky will show all races this season on its dedicated channel Sky Sports F1. This year the coverage will look better than ever - the broadcaster has announced that you can watch in ultra HD. You'll need a Sky Q box and a 4K-compatible TV.

Channel 4 will show 10 events this year, including Monaco and the British Grand Prix from Silverstone. Monaco's a particularly exciting pick - the BBC chose not to pick up the most glittery of races, so it's been pay-TV exclusive for four years.

The first Grand Prix of the season - Australia and China - will be exclusive to Sky though, with the first free to view race on 16 April.

Here's the full rundown of the season:

  • 26 March: Australia - Sky only
  • 9 April: China - Sky only
  • 16 April: Bahrain - Sky and Channel 4
  • 30 April: Russia - Sky and Channel 4
  • 14 May: Spain - Sky only
  • 28 May: Monaco - Sky and Channel 4
  • 11 June: Canada - Sky only
  • 25 June: Azerbaijan - Sky and Channel 4
  • 9 July: Austria - Sky only
  • 16 July: Great Britain - Sky and Channel 4
  • 30 July: Hungary - Sky only
  • 27 August: Belgium - Sky and Channel 4
  • 3 September: Italy - Sky only
  • 17 September: Singapore - Sky and Channel 4
  • 1 October: Malaysia - Sky and Channel 4
  • 8 October: Japan - Sky only
  • 22 October: USA - Sky and Channel 4
  • 29 October: Mexico - Sky only
  • 12 November: Brazil - Sky only
  • 26 November: Abu Dhabi - Sky and Channel 4

Source: Autosport

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