Sky Sports has announced it will show every practice session, qualifying session and race of the new F1 season in 4K.
We already knew it would show every race in 4K, but this is the first we've heard about the qualifying and practice sessions also being shown in the resolution.
4K packs four times as many pixels as high definition, making for a much sharper image. Formula One will become only the second sport to be shown in 4K on Sky Q (after football).
To enjoy the coverage in 4K, you'll need the Sky Q 2TB box (known as Sky Q Silver when it launched), as well as a subscription to Sky Sports and a 4K-compatible telly.
The 2017 Formula One season starts next weekend in Australia. Sky will show all its coverage on Sky Sports F1, its dedicated channel.
Viewers can enjoy different camera angles, replays and highlights using the split-screen viewing feature.
Sky will show every race of the season live, but only 10 of those exclusively – it will share live rights to the other 10 with Channel 4, so non-Sky subscribers can also watch live. Albeit without 4K and all of the split-screen bells and whistles.
Here's the full schedule of races for this season:
26th March, Australia, Exclusively live on Sky 9th April, China, Exclusively live on Sky 16th April, Bahrain, Live on Sky and Channel 4 30th April, Russia, Live on Sky and Channel 4 14th May, Spain, Exclusively live on Sky 28th May, Monaco, Live on Sky and Channel 4 11th June, Canada, Exclusively live on Sky 25th June, Azerbaijan, Live on Sky and Channel 4 9th July, Austria, Exclusively live on Sky 16th July, Great Britain, Live on Sky and Channel 4 30th July, Hungary, Exclusively live on Sky 27th August, Belgium, Live on Sky and Channel 4 3rd September, Italy, Exclusively live on Sky 17th September, Singapore, Live on Sky and Channel 4 1st October, Malaysia, Live on Sky and Channel 4 8th October, Japan, Exclusively live on Sky 22nd October, USA, Live on Sky and Channel 4 29th October, Mexico, Exclusively live on Sky 12th November, Brazil, Exclusively live on Sky 26th November, Abu Dhabi, Live on Sky and Channel 4