Formula 1 will continue to be broadcast on Canal+ in France and its territories through at least 2022.
Canal+ has broadcast Formula 1 in the country since 2013 but a fresh agreement has been reached with the championship, extending its current contract by a further two years.
All Formula 1 sessions, along with Formula 2 and Formula 3, will be shown on Canal+ and its accompanying channels, as well as the myCanal app.
Formula 1 currently has three French drivers in the form of Esteban Ocon (Renault), Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso) and Romain Grosjean (Haas), the joint-highest representation on the grid.
“The renewal of the rights for Formula 1 on Canal+ is great news for our subscribers,” said Canal+ Director of Sports Thierry Cheleman.
“Canal+ viewers have a strong appetite for Formula 1 and praise the quality of our editorial coverage.
“For the 2020 season we are already planning full broadcasts, enriched services on myCanal, reports and interviews, live broadcasts from all our journalists and consultants.
“Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen will more than ever challenge Lewis Hamilton. Magnificent challenges await the three French drivers, notably Esteban Ocon at Renault.
“The calendar counts for the first time 22 meetings with the return of the Grand Prix of the Netherlands and the appearance of the Grand Prix of Vietnam.
“In short, there are a thousand good reasons to be passionate about Formula 1 in the coming seasons.”