The BBC will be providing live coverage of nine races in the 2013 Formula 1 season across all its platforms.
For the remainder, there will be extended highlights on television and full live coverage on radio and online, including audio commentary.
The extended highlights programmes will be on BBC One, although start times and duration will depend on race location.
Races in the Far Eastern time zone will have highlights broadcast in the early afternoon, with those in Europe in the early evening (generally of 90 minutes' duration), and races in the Americas later that night.
The BBC's coverage of all the live races will be as extensive as ever, with all the action on and off the track across TV, radio, online, red button and mobile.
For the races that are not live on BBC One, there will be live commentary on Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.
In detail, the coverage will be as follows:
FORMULA 1 ON THE BBC IN 2013
all live races,
F1 fans will be able to customise their viewing experience online through a live leaderboard; in-car cameras; choice of commentary; live text commentary; interactive forums; circuit guides; and blogs.
- Qualifying sessions and races live on BBC One and BBC One HD
- One-hour evening highlights programme on BBC Three and BBC HD
- All races and qualifying sessions that start before 1000 to have full repeat on terrestrial TV later in the day
- Extended highlights on BBC One and BBC One HD, in the early evening for European time zone races and early afternoon for early morning races
- Qualifying: Extended highlights on BBC One and BBC One HD, Saturday evenings for European time zone races and early afternoon for early morning races
Spanish Grand Prix
Friday 10 May
Practice 1: BBC Two 08:55-10:35, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 10:35-12:15, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 08:55
Practice 2: BBC Two 13:00-14:45, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 14:45-16:20, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 12:55
Saturday 11 May
Practice 3: BBC Two 09:55-11:19, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 12:45-14:15 (Driver Tracker), BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 09:55
Qualifying: BBC One & Red Button 12:10-14:15, replay on Red Button, Online and Connected TV 17:05-19:00, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 12:55
Sunday 12 May
Race: BBC One 12:10-15:15, Red Button, Online and Connected TV 10:35-12:15 (Pit Lane Channel ), 15:15-16:15 (Forum), highlights BBC Three 19:00-20:00, Red Button 20:00-05:59, BBC Radio 5 live 13:00
Monaco Grand Prix
Thursday 23 May
Practice 1: BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 09:00-10:30, live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.
Practice 2: BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 13:00-14:30, live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.
Saturday 25 May
Practice 3: BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 10:00-11:00, live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.
Qualifying: BBC Radio 5 live sports extra 15:00, live text commentary on the BBC Sport website.
Sunday 26 May
Race: Coverage on BBC Radio 5 live and live text commentary on on the BBC Sport website.
LIVE RACES ON BBC TELEVISION IN 2013
Red Button, Online and Connected TV
The BBC's red button interactive TV service will broadcast live coverage of selected on-track sessions - Friday and Saturday practice, qualifying and race - from the races that are live on the BBC.
There will be an additional interactive analysis programme following on from the end of the live BBC One coverage of each race.
The 2013 season will be available to view on the BBC HD channel.
Click here for the Red Button schedule.
BBC Radio 5 live will again be providing extensive coverage and live commentary of the on-track action - on 5 live on 909 and 693 MW and BBC 5 live sports extra on digital radio.
James Allen will be the commentator, and he is joined by Jennie Gow as radio pit-lane reporter.
The station will continue with its half-hour 5 live Formula 1 show on Friday evenings during race weekends.
It also has the Chequered Flag Podcast which is available after every race and features interviews with all the main players and in-depth analysis.
Up-to-date details of BBC Radio 5 live coverage.
The BBC Sport website will carry live all BBC One, BBC Two and red button coverage of F1.
For the races that are live on the BBC, there will be multiple live video streaming.
Video will be available in high quality, enabling viewers to watch on desktop and mobile, as well as through
the new BBC Sport app.
The website will continue its distinctive live text commentary, as well as news, extensive video highlights, analysis from chief F1 writer Andrew Benson and comprehensive results and statistics.