The 2013 Formula One season got underway in thrilling style in Melbourne at the weekend, with Lotus-Renault driver Kimi Raikkonen winning the Australian Grand Prix.
Sky Sports F1 HD viewers were able to enjoy all the live action from Albert Park - including free practice, qualifying and the race itself on Sunday.
All 19 races on this year's F1 calendar will be aired on Sky's dedicated motor sport channel, which can be taken as part of a Sky TV, home phone and broadband bundle.
New customers can get up and running in time for the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on April 14th, where 2012 winner Nico Rosberg will be targeting another chequered flag for Mercedes.
Households seeking access to Sky Sports F1 HD can sign up for a broadband bundle from just £26.50 per month plus line rental.
This deal includes Sky Broadband Lite, weekend UK landline calls, up to 66 HD channels and a free Sky+HD box.
Subscribers are also entitled to a free standard set-up and a £100 M&S voucher if they sign up online.
Existing Sky customers can add Sky Sports F1 HD to their TV and broadband bundle - along with another 65 HD channels - for an initial price of just £5 per month, rising to £10.25 after six months.
Subscribers who upgrade in the next few days will be able to enjoy all the action from this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso won a thrilling race last March, fending off competition from Sauber's Sergio Perez and McLaren's Lewis Hamilton.