Super Motorsport Sunday Live and Exclusive on Sky Sport F1

The most famous race of the season will come – the Monaco Grand Prix. But it’s not just the 24-year-old Monaco who are looking forward to the culmination of a season full of anticipation, having sadly retired as leader last weekend at Barcelona due to an engine failure. The narrow street circuit is very attractive and at the same time a very difficult challenge for all drivers, even the smallest mistake in driving can lead to dangerous friction.

Who will stay clean during 78 laps of the Circuit de Monaco? Who adapts best to weather conditions? After the hot battle in Spain, which Max Verstappen eventually won and took the lead in the world championships, light rain can now threaten Monte Carlo, which always involves a risk.

Sky is really there this weekend and will be broadcasting the Monaco Grand Prix live and exclusively. From the first free practice session to the last press conference, motorsport fans can catch up on everything on the non-stop motorsport channel Sky Sport F1.

Right after that: Indy 500 on Sky Sport F1

The Formula 1 race immediately follows the Indianapolis 500. Starting at 6.15pm, Sky Sport F1 will begin its continuous initial reporting of the world’s most traditional oval race, which can be seen live on Sky Sport 1 from 5pm (the race starts at 6.45pm.) . The Indy 500 will be commented on by Olivier Zwartyes and Oliver Fenderl. A one-hour highlight program will follow on Tuesday 31 May at 7pm on Sky Sport F1.

Strong Sky Sport F1 team in Monaco

Sascha Roos will be commenting on the entire Formula 1 weekend live on Sky, with Sky experts Ralf Schumacher and Timo Glock accompanying him and providing their ratings. The broadcast will be overseen entirely by Peter Hardenacke, and reporter Sandra Baumgartner will be on duty at the racetrack. Analysis expert Leo Lackner will use real-time data to classify the race during the live broadcast.

Formula 1 on Sky Q: Everything in one place and much more UHD

Viewers can watch the best of Formula 1 and on-demand motorsport, when it’s convenient for them, on Sky Q and Sky Go. With several innovative functions such as 20 on-board cameras for all drivers, ‘Data Channel’ and ‘Driver Tracker’ as well as a smart ‘What’ve I missed’ function, spectators can continue to customize their racing experience. In addition, Sky customers can call up featured videos of all sessions and the best classic races at any time using Sky Q.

All selected races and qualifying sessions are also available in Ultra HD HDR image quality and no commercial breaks during the race. In addition, Sky will double the number of hours of live broadcasts in UHD and in the future will broadcast selected race weekends exactly in the best UHD picture quality.

Off Live Racing: Previews, highlights, analysis and non-stop interviews from Monte Carlo on Sky Sport F1 and Sky Sport News

The race weekend has been announced with the preview show “Warm-Up – Special Car Race”. Sandra Baumgartner will report back from Monte Carlo on Thursday at 4:30 pm to talk to guests about the most exciting issues and the latest developments in the Formula 1 teams.

Analysis appears Monday at 1 p.m. on Sky Sport News concluding the race weekend. Moderator Noah Pudelko will analyze and tackle the most exciting events of the Formula 1 weekend.

Attractive Sky offers for all motorsport enthusiasts

Sky Sport F1 can be received with a Sky subscription as part of the Sport package for €20.00 per month, either on Classic TV or with Sky Go on the go. For an additional €5 per month, customers can also enjoy all races and most qualifying sessions in the best UHD HDR quality.

In addition, Formula 1 fans can experience the new season without a long contract with the flexible Sky Ticket streaming service. Wherever you want and on up to two devices at the same time. In addition to the entire Formula 1 season, they are also broadcasting a full range of live sports from Sky, including the Bundesliga, Premier League and more.

In addition to the monthly Sky Supersport ticket for €29.99 per month, which can be canceled at any time, Sky also offers all fans the annual Sky Supersport ticket. With this, customers can follow the entire Formula 1 season at a lower price. The annual Sky Supersport Pass is currently only available for €19.99 per month.

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