Take a look at the Sky Sports and Channel 4 F1 commentators and presenters for the upcoming 2023 season.
The 2023 F1 season is finally here with the Bahrain Grand Prix kicking things off on Sunday 5 March. Drive to Survive season 5 is barely in the books meaning a whole new wave of F1 fans will be tuning into this year’s races.
Sky F1 is the home of Formula 1 in the UK with broadcasts of every race in 2023 on their specific F1 channel. Meanwhile, the highlights from the grid of all 23 races this season will be shown on Channel 4.
The BBC used to show 10 races live each season, but ended its deal three years early in 2015 due to budget cuts. Channel 4 took over and will continue to show the highlights from qualifying and each grand prix in 2023, while also televising the British Grand Prix free-to-air.
How to watch the 2023 F1 season in the UK
UK viewers can watch the 2023 F1 season in two ways: Sky Sports and Channel 4. Channel 4 is available to anyone with a TV license, while Sky Sports F1 is available to Sky TV customers.
However, you can also watch live in the UK via NOW TV. A monthly Sports Membership subscription gives access to 11 Sky Sports channels – including Sky Sports F1 – or there’s a Sports Day package for 24 hours.
Sky Sports’ F1 commentators and presenters for 2023 season revealed
The Sky Sports F1 presenting team will be made up of 13 people for the 2023 season, but crucially there will be two absences.
Johnny Herbert and Paul di Resta will not be appearing on Sky’s Formula 1 coverage this season as they did not sign a contract extensions.
Luckily there’s still a star-studded line-up including the return of fan favourites such as Martin Brundle, David Croft and Ted Kravitz.
Here’s the full Sky Sports F1 team:
- Jenson Button
- Nico Rosberg
- Naomi Schiff
- Martin Brundle
- Damon Hill
- Karun Chandhok
- Anthony Davidson
- Natalie Pinkham
- Ted Kravitz
- Danica Patrick
- Simon Lazenby
- David Croft
- Rachel Brookes
Channel 4 F1 commentators and presenters for 2023 season revealed
Channel 4 will be airing highlights from the remaining races they do not hold live rights for in 2023.
These highlights will follow later on Sundays several hours after the conclusion of that day’s Grand Prix.
Here’s Channel 4’s 2023 F1 team:
- Steve Jones
- Alex Jacques
- David Coulthard
- Mark Webber
- Billy Monger
- Lee McKenzie
- Eddie Jordan
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