Sky Sports F1 channel to show IndyCar Series in 2019

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Sky Sports F1 channel to show IndyCar Series in 2019
Updated on Friday 1 March 2019 by @TVNewsroom

Sky Sports will show every round of the 2019 IndyCar Series, including the world-famous Indianapolis 500, on the Sky Sports F1 channel after agreeing a new partnership with INDYCAR.

The agreement means that every qualifying session and every race from all 17 rounds, starting with the 2019 curtain-raiser in St Petersburg, Florida on 10 March, will be live on Sky Sports F1.

The pinnacle of the Series, the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500, takes place on 26 May.

“The NTT IndyCar Series is one of the most thrilling competitions in motor racing, crowned by the world renowned ‘Indy 500’, and it’s great to be able to work with our new partners at NBC to bring it to a whole new audience here in the UK and Ireland,” said Steve Smith, Director of Content and Production at Sky Sports

“Alongside our biggest ever season of F1, it will be part of an incredible line-up of motor racing on Sky Sports this year.”

IndyCar Series viewers will be able to watch in HD via Sky Q, on the move with Sky Go, or via the Sky Sports App. Viewers can also stream INDYCAR via NOW TV – a contract-free streaming service offering day, week and month passes, available on more than 60 devices.

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