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Formula 1 Extends Partnership with Canal+

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Formula 1 Extends Partnership with Canal+

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ormula 1 has announced an extended broadcast partnership with the Canal+ group, with every session from the Grand Prix available on its channels in France until 2024.

Canal+ first broadcast Formula 1 in 2013, and the extended partnership will see Canal+ also show all Free Practice and Qualifying sessions live.

Canal+ will also air after-race debriefs and analysis programming after a Grand Prix weekend with exclusive content from their editorial team.

Every season, sessions from four Grand Prix weekends will be broadcast live and free-to-view as part of the extended partnership, including qualifying and the race at each French Grand Prix.

This extended partnership will also see Canal+ broadcasting live coverage of every FIA Formula 2 Championship and FIA Formula 3 Championship sessions.

Formula 1 and Canal+ fans will also be able to get closer to the racing action on myCANAL by viewing onboard camera feeds and overseeing everything that is happening using the car tracking features.

Fans will also have access to the group’s renowned motorsport coverage via dedicated F1 channel CANAL + FORMULA 1.

Formula 1, Director of media rights, Ian Holmes, said: “We are delighted to announce an extension of our partnership with Canal+, who consistently produce Formula 1 coverage of the highest quality.

“Canal+ are world-renowned for the excellence of their output, and we are thrilled to be expanding our relationship with them,” he said.

“France is one of Formula 1’s largest markets and is a nation rich in the history of the sport.

“As we prepare to enter an exciting new era for F1, we look forward to continuing our partnership together and ensuring our fans can continue to enjoy outstanding coverage of the sport.

Canal+ Group, President, Maxime Saada, added: “We are very happy to broadcast the amazing show of the Formula 1 championship until 2024.

“The excellent work of our motorsport editorial team led by Thomas Sénécal as well as that of our production team pays off,” he said.

“Liberty media’s continuous efforts regarding the Formula 1 Championship to make it more and more attractive and popular are incredibly valuable.

“This undoubtedly makes Formula 1 a major asset of our sports offer.

“Our subscribers will be thrilled that this collaboration moves forward.

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