Sky Sports F1 HD moving to Channel 406 from February 4

New home for dedicated F1 channel for 2013 season

Last Updated: 12/02/13 5:36pm

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Sky Sports F1 HD: Found at Channel 406 from February 4

Sky Sports F1 HD: Found at Channel 406 from February 4

Sky Sports F1 HD is on the move for the 2013 season - to the new home of Channel 406.

F1 on Sky Sports in 2013

Sky Sports F1 is the only place to watch every grand prix live in 2013.

Our dedicated F1 channel will broadcast every race, qualifying and practice session live, along with highlights shows, analysis and even more coverage via the Red Button.

Find out more at Sky.com

From the morning of Monday 4th February, the dedicated F1 channel will be moved two places on your EPG to Sky Channel 406.

For HD customers, your SD version of the channel is also on the move on February 4 and will be housed at Channel 439.

Sky Sports F1 is only place where you will be able to see all the 2013 season's grands prix live - including exclusive coverage of the Monaco GP - with coverage of all the practice, qualifying and race action.

The F1 Show, presented by Georgie Thompson and Ted Kravitz, returns on February 15 for the first of its weekly Friday evening editions during the season.

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