This Sunday, the last Formula 1 Grand Prix of the 2021 season, the decider in the title race between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, will be accessed unencrypted in the United Kingdom. Something to delight the supporters of the British pilot.
rights holder, Sky Sports Channel 4. have deal with For the channel to co-broadcast Abu Dhabi GP in unencrypted form. “Sunday’s Grand Prix is one of the biggest sporting events of the past decade and could be a historic moment for British sport” Stephen van Rooyen, EVP and CEO UK and Europe Sky, says in a press release. “We have chosen through our partnership with Channel 4 to bring races across the country on Christmas Day so everyone can be part of a great national moment as Lewis Hamilton aims for a historic world eighth league title. “
Channel 4 will broadcast images of Sky and his team composed of Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Martin Brundle, Nat Pinkham, David Croft, Karun Chandok, Simon Lazenby and Ted Kravitz. During the last Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia, Sky Sports recorded a peak audience of 2.7 million viewers.
The final chapter of the 2021 duel between Hamilton (Mercedes) and Verstappen (Red Bull) will take place on the Canal+ in France with the race starting at 2pm.
Getting added our final pre-race-weekend driver press conference of 2021
– Formula 1 (@F1) December 9, 2021