F1 / Motorsport

Which F1 races are on Sky Sports and FREE to watch? TV channel, and live stream info for every single Grand Prix
F1 / Motorsport

Which F1 races are on Sky Sports and FREE to watch? TV channel, and live stream info for every single Grand Prix

LEWIS HAMILTON is bidding for a sixth Drivers' Championship title with Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel also targeting a place at the top of the podium. Sky Sports has retained their TV rights, but will be showing all-but race exclusively after making a deal with Channel 4. 1 Valtteri Bottas stormed
Williams deny the F1 team are up for sale, despite reported Dmitry Mazepin interest
F1 / Motorsport

Williams deny the F1 team are up for sale, despite reported Dmitry Mazepin interest

THE Williams Formula One team are not up for sale despite reported financial difficulties — claims Claire Williams. The Oxford-based outfit have struggled to find lucrative sponsorship deals and endorsements from drivers, while their problems on the track have not helped. AP:Associated Press 2 Claire Williams has denied the British team will sell following recent
F1 2019 schedule and races: Azerbaijan next following Hamilton’s win at Chinese GP 1000th race celebrations
F1 / Motorsport

F1 2019 schedule and races: Azerbaijan next following Hamilton’s win at Chinese GP 1000th race celebrations

FORMULA 1 is back with Lewis Hamilton once again favourite to claim the World Championship. After being pipped by team-mate Valtteri Bottas in the opening race in Australia, Hamilton capitalised on Charles Leclerc's engine problem to get back to winning ways in Bahrain before adding a second win in China. EPA 1 Lewis Hamilton will
Which F1 2019 races are on Sky Sports and FREE to watch? Live streams and TV channel for all 21 Grand Prix weekends
F1 / Motorsport

Which F1 2019 races are on Sky Sports and FREE to watch? Live streams and TV channel for all 21 Grand Prix weekends

LEWIS HAMILTON is bidding for a sixth Drivers' Championship title with Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel also targeting a place at the top of the podium. Sky Sports has retained their TV rights, but will be showing all-but race exclusively after making a deal with Channel 4. AFP or licensors 1
Chinese GP: Ferrari ace Sebastian Vettel says he has no issue with Charles Leclerc ignoring team orders in Bahrain
F1 / Motorsport

Chinese GP: Ferrari ace Sebastian Vettel says he has no issue with Charles Leclerc ignoring team orders in Bahrain

SEBASTIAN VETTEL has denied any ill-feeling towards Charles Leclerc after the youngster ignored team orders in the Bahrain GP. The Frenchman, 21, was asked to stay behind his Ferrari team-mate after a poor start had seen him slip from pole position to third place early in the race. AP:Associated Press 2 Vettel and Leclerc are