The BBC is rolling out live sports coverage in the United Kingdom on Saturday, bringing the sport’s biggest races to audiences worldwide.
The live broadcast from the new Wembley Stadium is set to be the first of a series of events in the U.K. to be aired live on BBC One, which is the most watched channel in the country.
The coverage will be live from 10:45 a.m.
(GMT), with the race starting at 11:45 and finishing at 12:30 p.m., with the highlights from each race airing at 3 p.b.
A live-streamed Formula 1 race will also be available on BBC Sport’s app, with all races including the Malaysian Grand Prix, Chinese Grand Prix and the Singapore Grand Prix being available to watch on the app.
For the first time, Formula 1 will be shown live on the BBC One channel on the same day it is broadcast on BBC Two, the BBC’s main terrestrial television channel.
Formula 1 is also being shown on BBC Three, which carries the Formula 1 races on BBC 4, five days a week.
It is the first Formula 1 coverage in Britain to be streamed live from a TV broadcast, and the first to be carried live on a TV service outside of the U, U.S. and Europe.BBC Sport’s live coverage of the 2016 Singapore Grand Parade was broadcast live on ITV’s Live TV.