Sky Sports have confirmed that they will broadcast live coverage of the 2017 Race of Champions from Miami.
The Saturday programme will be simulcast across the dedicated F1 channel and Sky Sports Mix. Sky are wrapping the World Feed around with their own studio coverage presented by Natalie Pinkham, with Marc Priestley and Max Chilton alongside her.
Jennie Gow and John Hindhaugh will present the World Feed coverage, with Neil Cole and Bob Varsha on commentary.
Race of Champions – Miami (Sky Sports F1)
21/01 – 20:00 to 23:00 – Race of Champions (also on Sky Sports Mix)
22/01 – 17:00 to 20:00 – Nations Cup
Channel 4 will be airing highlights the weekend prior to the Australian Grand Prix.
If anything changes, I will update the schedule.
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What time are the C4 highlights?
Channel 4’s highlights will air the week before the Australian Grand Prix
“Channel 4 will be airing highlights the following weekend.” so this is incorrect then? Who on earth will still be interested in watching it so long after the event. How ridiculous, I used to love RoC and have attended in three different countries so far but my loyalty is running out after they sell out time and time again.