2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Sky Sports F1 Schedule

Sky Sports F1 will cover the entire 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend for UK viewers, including all F1 sessions, with additional coverage of Formula 2 and the F1 Academy, featuring a team led by David Croft and including Bernie Collins, while Ted Kravitz and Martin Brundle will be absent.


‣ Sky Sports F1 will broadcast the entire 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend, covering every session for viewers in the United Kingdom.

‣ GPblog will provide a live blog with updates throughout each day of the 2024 Formula 1 season, complementing Sky Sports F1’s coverage.

‣ Sky Sports F1’s broadcast team for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will include David Croft as the lead commentator, with Bernie Collins making her first appearance of the season, and Karun Chandhok as co-commentator, while Martin Brundle takes a week off.

‣ For those in the United Kingdom without access to Sky Sports F1, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend cannot be watched without purchasing the channel, but international fans have options like F1TV Pro and ViaPlay in certain locations.

Sky Sports F1 is gearing up to bring you every thrilling moment of the 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend. If you’re in the UK, you’re in luck because they’ve got the entire 2024 Formula 1 season covered. And guess what? GPblog is jumping in with a live blog to keep you updated every step of the way. Want the lowdown on Sky Sports F1’s schedule? Keep reading.

So, what’s the deal with the Sky Sports F1 broadcast schedule? They’re not missing a beat, broadcasting every session of the 2024 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend. They’re kicking things off on Saturday, starting at 15:30pm sharp and keeping the action live until 8pm. And if you’re into Indycar, stick around on the same channel for more live coverage. Curious about the full Grand Prix schedule? Just click here.

But wait, there’s more. Will Sky Sports F1 showcase F2 and F3 this weekend? Absolutely, for F2 fans. Every session in Saudi Arabia is on the list. F3, though, is sitting this one out. Instead, the F1 Academy is taking to the Jeddah track, and yep, Sky Sports is broadcasting it.

Now, who’s bringing all this action to your screens from Saudi Arabia? Well, Ted Kravitz is sitting this one out, so no notebook updates, folks. David Croft, however, is stepping up as the lead commentator. He’s not missing Saudi Arabia, even though he’ll be absent for three other Grands Prix this season. Simon Lazenby’s on presenting duties, and Bernie Collins is making her 2024 season debut on Sky Sports. With Martin Brundle taking a break, Karun Chandhok will be your co-commentator.

Wondering how to catch Sky Sports F1? If you’re in the UK, it’s easy. Sky offers a package, or you can snag it on Virgin Media TV. BT TV customers can add it on, and if you’re into streaming, NOW TV has you covered with a monthly package.

But what if you’re in the UK and don’t have Sky Sports F1? Well, it’s a bit of a pickle because you’ll need it to watch the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Outside the UK, though, F1TV Pro has most countries sorted. And for fans in Germany, Italy, and a few other places, Sky’s got the rights. ViaPlay is also broadcasting F1 in several worldwide locations, including The Netherlands. So, there you have it, folks. Get ready for a weekend packed with speed and excitement!

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez is a senior writer at F1Highlights.com. With a passion for motorsports, Albert brings a unique perspective to the world of Formula One. With over five years of experience as a sports reporter, he has honed his skills in capturing the essence of the sport.

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