Sky Sports F1 is to broadcast all of next season's Formula 1 Grand Prix events live.
Ten of these races will be broadcast exclusively live, including the opening race in Australia on March 26th and the following race in China on April 9th.
Two of the final three races, held in Mexico on October 29th and Brazil on November 12th, will also only be available live on Sky Sports F1.
Formula 1 fans can also keep up with regular news on the latest developments in the sport, and live coverage of every practice and qualifying session.
Sky is particularly excited for the upcoming season as it will be showing Grand Prix action in ultra high-definition, which boasts picture quality four times better than standard HD TV.
In addition, Sky Q customers will be able to follow races from different camera angles and watch highlights alongside live coverage.
Martin Turner, Head of Formula 1 at Sky Sports, commented: "With UHD, it’s Formula 1 like you’ve never seen it before.
"It will be the hardest, fastest, loudest season in years with new rules, new cars, new engines and new, massive tyres.
"From the opening Grand Prix of the year to the season’s home-stretch, Sky Sports F1 remains the definitive place for fans to see every twist and turn of the season.”
The full Sky Sports F1 Formula One World Championship schedule for 2017 reads as follows:
March 26th, Australia: Exclusively live April 9th, China: Exclusively live April 16th, Bahrain : Live April 30th, Russia: Live May 14th, Spain: Exclusively live May 28th, Monaco: Live June 11th, Canada: Exclusively live June 25th, Azerbaijan: Live July 9th, Austria: Exclusively live July 16th, Great Britain: Live July 30th, Hungary: Exclusively live August 27th, Belgium: Live September 3rd, Italy: Exclusively live September 17th, Singapore: Live October 1st, Malaysia: Live October 8th, Japan: Exclusively live October 22nd, USA: Live October 29th, Mexico: Exclusively live November 12th, Brazil: Exclusively live November 26th, Abu Dhabi: Live