Formula One and ESPN have agreed to a new three-year deal to keep the series on the network and on ABC in the United States.
The deal, announced Friday ahead of the U.S. Grand Prix, also makes ESPN Deportes the Spanish-language home of F1 in the U.S.
ESPN will continue to air races commercial-free using broadcast partner Sky Sports. The new deal keeps all races live on ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC. Practice sessions and qualifying will continue to be aired across ESPN platforms.
Formula One moved to ESPN from NBC after 2017. ESPN had broadcast F1 from 1984 to 1997 and ABC aired the first broadcast of the U.S. Grand Prix in 1962.
ESPN said race viewership has averaged 671,000 through 18 races this year, an increase of 19%t over 2018.
"When we brought Formula 1 back to ESPN two years ago, we had faith that Formula One fans in the United States would support the coverage," said Burke Magnus, ESPN executive vice president, programming and scheduling. "That faith has been rewarded many times over, and we greatly appreciate how fans have responded in record numbers."