2014 Australian, Monaco, Brazilian and Singapore GPs live only on Sky Sports F1!

Ten of next season's 19 races will be shown exclusively live

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 21/12/13 8:07am

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Sky Sports F1 will broadcast ten grands prix - including the races in Australia, Monaco, Brazil and Singapore - exclusively live in 2014.

The channel, which recently won FIA 'Best TV Broadcaster Award for Outstanding Coverage' for the second year running, has confirmed its live coverage of every race next season, with ten exclusively live.

The grands prix to be shown live only on Sky Sports F1 include three of the first four races and two of the final three.

The ten races to be shown exclusively live are Australia, Bahrain, China, Monaco, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Singapore, USA and Brazil.

All of the remaining nine races will also be shown live on Sky Sports F1.

November's Brazilian GP will be one of ten races shown exclusively live on Sky F1

Executive Producer Martin Turner said: "The rule changes mean 2014 is the most eagerly awaited season in years and only on Sky Sports F1 can viewers enjoy the full story live. From the first corner in Australia to the chequered flag in Abu Dhabi, we'll be there offering our viewers unrivalled live coverage and analysis.

"Our ten exclusively live races include several of the season's key grands prix including three of the first four, two of the final three and of course, Monaco, the most glamorous weekend on the calendar. We can't wait."

In addition to a full calendar of live F1 coverage, fans will enjoy a unique insight into the future of their sport with live coverage of F1 feeder series GP2 and GP3.

The F1 Show will return on March 7

The live race weekends will be supported by weekly episodes of the F1 Show beginning on March 7 and round the clock coverage on Sky Sports News, skysports.com/formula1 and @skysportsf1.

The full 2014 F1 calendar is as follows:

March 16: Australia - Exclusively live.
March 30: Malaysia - Live.
April 6: Bahrain - Exclusively live.
April 20: China - Exclusively live.
May 11: Spain - Live.
May 25: Monaco - Exclusively live.
June 8: Canada - Live.
June 22: Austria - Exclusively live.
July 6: Great Britain - Live.
July 20: Germany - Exclusively live.
July 27: Hungary - Exclusively live.
August 24: Belgium - Live.
September 7: Italy - Live.
September 21: Singapore - Exclusively live.
October 5: Japan - Live.
October 12: Russia - Live.
November 2: USA - Exclusively live.
November 9: Brazil - Exclusively live
November 23: Abu Dhabi - Live.

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