Sky has won exclusive rights to show Formula One racing from 2019, the first time that the vast majority of races will only be available to pay-TV subscribers. Sky already broadcasts all 21
grands prix live, but Channel 4 also has rights to show 10 races a year after striking a three-year deal thought to be worth as much as GBP35m a year. Channel 4 had picked up the rights after the BBC
exited its own deal with the sport’s governing body early due to budget cuts. The new Sky deal runs until 2024.
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