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Sky Sports make another signing for 2019

Sky Sports have made another signing to their broadcast roster for the 2019 campaign, with former grand prix driver Karun Chandhok returning to the station. Chandhok had formed part of Channel 4's team for the past three years, but has departed as the terrestrial channel has lost most of its live coverage. Only the British Grand Prix will be broadcast on free-to-air television in the United Kingdom next year, with C4 airing highlights. Chandhok, who raced for HRT and Lotus in F1, follows 2009 world drivers' champion Jenson Button, who has signed on as an analyst for Sky next year. Bit of news: I’m very excited to be re-joining the @SkySportF1 team for 2019 & beyond! With their long...
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