Sky Sports has unveiled changes it says will give fans even better coverage of Formula 1 this season.
The 2022 season will be broadcast in High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the first time. HDR will provide greater picture quality in terms of contrast and depth of colour on its UHD coverage.
The move marks Sky Sports’ latest step in its ambition to make HDR the new standard.
For Sky Q and Sky Glass users, additional news and analysis is available through voice control. Customers need to say “Hello Sky, Formula 1” into their Sky Glass or Sky Q voice remote to access all of Sky’s F1 content and features. This includes F1 shows Any Driven Monday and Ted’s Notebook.
Jonathan Licht, Managing Director of Sky Sports said:
“We are pleased to bring the 2022 Formula 1 season to life in a way fans won’t have experienced before. The stunning picture quality offered through HDR will make viewing the new F1 season even more exciting and impactful than ever.
F1 coverage starts tomorrow, 18th March.