Formula One and Fuji TV extend partnership

Formula One and Fuji TV extend partnership

February 27, 2023

Formula One has extended its partnership with Fuji Television Network, INC, which will see the CS broadcasting service Fuji Television NEXT Live Premium continue broadcasting the F1 events till 2025.

Fuji TV will broadcast all the races, including Practice, Qualifying and Sprint events, on its Fuji TV NEXT LIVE Premium in Japan, starting from the pre-season testing in Bahrain.

The 2023 season will be the 37th year of Fuji Television broadcasting the FIA Formula One World Championship. 

Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights and Content Creation, Formula One, commented:

Fuji TV are a long-standing and valued partner for Formula 1® and we are delighted to continue our work together. Japan has some of the most passionate Formula 1 fans in the world and this deal, along with the other arrangements we have in the market, will ensure that they will be able to keep track of all of the exciting action in 2023.

Hiroshi Fukumoto, Senior Manager, Pay TV Business, Creation and Distribution, Programming and Production Department, Fuji Television Network, INC, added:

Fuji Television Network, INC. has been broadcasting Formula 1 since 1987 and we are delighted to be celebrating our 37th season. Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsports, the “one and only” sport that can fully enjoy its enthusiastic and fascinating excitement by not only the fierce battles between the drivers, but also the strategies and tactics of each team.

In order to meet the expectations of fans who want to enjoy the true thrill of Formula 1, we, Fuji TV will continue to provide complete live coverage of Formula 1 by all Sessions of all Events through the season as well as with those related programmes such as “F1GP News” on the pay channel “Fuji TV NEXT” and simultaneously on “Fuji TV NEXTsmart. Let’s enjoy the new Formula 1 season together.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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