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Formula 1 on Sky: the Formula 1 World Championship in Italy exclusively until 2027

Now Sky and Formula 1 are official, and they have reached an agreement to renew the exclusive partnership in all countries where Sky is present. Therefore, Formula 1 in Italy will be on Sky for another 5 years, until 2027. Specifically, all racing weekends will be exclusive, from free practice to Grand Prix, on Sky Sport F1 and broadcast on NOW, with a selection of GP Also live on TV8. Sky Sport F1 will continue to be the dedicated channel for F1 in each of the countries where Sky is present and GPs can also be followed in 4K. As part of the renewed agreement between Sky and Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3 and the Porsche Super Cup will continue to be broadcast on Sky Sport. In all countries where Sky is present, the 2022 season has already broken public records. Compared to Italy, there was a 20% growth in the average audience compared to the 2021 season. Moreover, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in March was the most watched race in the history of Italian pay television, with an average of 937,000 spectators. On Sky and TV8, the Italian Grand Prix of Monza in September saw 4 million 781 thousand spectators with a share of 39.9%. Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1: We are extremely proud of our long-standing partnership with Sky and pleased to announce that we will continue to work together, with a very important commitment from Sky. Since the beginning of our relationship, we have both been committed to bringing the fun, excitement and stories of Formula 1 to our traditional fans, while engaging a new and more diverse audience. Formula 1 has experienced tremendous growth in recent years and I can’t think of a better partner to continue reaching our fans with dedicated, expert and in-depth coverage. Sky not only offers live coverage for fans, but also provides a range of behind-the-scenes access to the content that brings F1 to life. We are excited about the future and journey of the Formula 1 partnership, added Stephen van Rooyen, Executive Vice President and CEO, Sky UK and Europe: every race. every moment. All twist. Everyone lives exclusively on Sky for years to come! Formula 1 continues to break records for ratings on Sky, with millions of people watching F1 in every country where Sky is located, ratings driven by the presence of younger fans and female fans, which is great for the sport. More than 80 countries will be able to continue to enjoy our first-class coverage and the full Sky Sport treatment dedicated to one of the world’s most exciting sports. We remember the schedule for the upcoming 2023 Formula 1 season where there will be two Italian stages. Mar 5 – Bahrain GP (Sakhir) Mar 19 – Saudi Grand Prix (Jeddah) Apr 2 – Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park) Apr 16 – Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai) Apr 30 – Azerbaijan GP (Baku) May 7 – Miami GP (Miami) May 21 – GP Emilia-Romagna (Imola) May 28 – GP Monaco (Monte Carlo) Jun 4 – GP Spain (Barcelona) Jun 18 – GP Canada (Montreal) Jul 2 – GP Austria (Spielberg) Jul 9 – GP Great Britain (Silverstone) July 23 – Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungary) July 30 – Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps) August 27 – Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort) September 3 – Italian Grand Prix (Monza) September 17 – GP Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay) Sep 24 – Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) Oct 8 – GP Qatar (Lucil) Oct 22 – GP US (Austin) Oct 29 – Mexico City Grand Prix (Mexico City) Nov 5 – GP San Paolo (Interlagos) November 18 – GP Las Vegas (Las Vegas) November 26 – GP Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

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