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F1 UK TV coverage for 2015 confirmed by BBC and Sky Sports

Crunch Sports Staff
in Motorsports 8 January 2021

  • BBC Sport to air 10 races live.
  • All 20 races on the 2015 F1 calendar live on Sky Sports.
  • 2015 Formula 1 season starts with the Australian Grand Prix on March 15th.

Lewis Hamilton (credit: Clive Rose/Getty Images)

BBC Sport and Sky Sports have confirmed their 2015 Formula 1 calendar picks.

All 20 races scheduled for the 2015 F1 season will be broadcast live on Sky Sports’ F1 channel, while BBC will show 10 races live.

BBC TV’s live coverage of the 2015 season gets under way with the Malaysia Grand Prix on March 29th.

The British Grand Prix, Belgian GP and the final race on the 2015 F1 calendar in Abu Dhabi on November 29th will also air live on BBC.

“Like all F1 fans, we can’t wait for the 2015 season,” the BBC’s head of F1 Ben Gallop said.

“With Lewis Hamilton as world champion, F1 in Britain is in a great position and we’re delighted with our race package.”

Sky Sports F1 executive producer Martin Turner said: “All eyes are on world champion Lewis Hamilton and Sky Sports F1 will be the only place to follow every race of his title defence.

“There are so many exciting story lines next season and we’ll cover every twist and turn from Australia to Abu Dhabi.”

The 2015 Formula 1 season begins in mid-March with the Australia Grand Prix.

Formula 1 in the UK – television coverage information for 2015:

Australian Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Melbourne, March 13th-15th

Malaysian Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Kuala Lumpur, March 27th-29th

Bahrain Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Sakhir, April 3rd-5th

Chinese Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Shanghai, April 17th-19th

Spanish Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Barcelona, May 8th-10th

Monaco Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Monte Carlo, May 22nd-24th

Canadian Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Montreal, June 5th-7th

Austrian Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Spielberg, June 19th-21st

Silverstone (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images)

British Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Silverstone, July 3rd-5th

German Grand Prix – Sky Sports
July 17th-19th

Hungarian Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Budapest, July 24th-26th

Belgian Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Spa, August 21st-23rd

Italian Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Monza, September 4th-6th

Singapore Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Singapore, September 18th-20th

Japanese Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Suzuka, September 25th-27th

Russian Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Sochi, October 9th-11th

United States Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Austin, October 23rd-25th

Mexican Grand Prix – Sky Sports
Mexico City, October 30th-November 1st

Brazilian Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Sao Paulo, November 13th-15th

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – BBC Sport and Sky Sports
Yas Marina, November 27th-29th


Leigh Copson
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