Channel 4 has signed a sub-license agreement with Sky Sports on the grounds that it will be a historic moment for British sport
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which will decide the title of the 2021 Formula 1 season, will be broadcast live on UK’s free-to-air TV on Channel 4. Sunday (12).
Dutchman Max Verstappen and Briton Lewis Hamilton enter a draw for the Drivers’ World Championship lead with 369.5 points. Verstappen only has one more win advantage during the championship (9×8).
Currently, Sky Sports, a closed TV broadcaster, holds the exclusive rights to all F1 races in the country, except the British GP, until 2024. As part of this contract, Sky and Channel 4 signed a sub-licensing agreement for free-to-play. English caste air tv. A new sublicensing deal has joined the Abu Dhabi GP.
“This Sunday’s Grand Prix is one of the biggest sporting events of the last decade and could be a historic moment for British sport. We have decided through our partnership with Channel 4 to launch a nationwide race for Christmas So that everyone can be part of a great national moment as Lewis Hamilton chases down his historic eighth World Championship title,” said Stephen van Rooyen, chief Sky executive UK.
It is worth noting that in September Channel 4 signed a similar deal with Amazon Prime Video to show British tennis player Emma Radukanu’s title at the US Open. In 2019, it had already agreed to partner with Sky to show the finals of the Cricket World Cup.