Satellite radio broadcaster Sirius XM has announced it will broadcast every 2010 Formula 1 race live this season.

The 2010 season runs from March to November and consists of 19 Grand Prix races run on road course tracks, as well as some closed city streets circuits.

The results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors (teams).

The next event on the calendar is the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on Sunday, March 28 (2:00 am ET) which will air in its entirety on SIRIUS channel 127 and XM channel 242.

In addition to live coverage of each race, Sirius will multiple replays. The Australian Grand Prix will be rebroadcast Sunday, March 28 (7:00 am ET and 7:00 pm ET) and Monday, March 29 (7:00 am ET) on Sirius channel 127 and XM channel 242.

"We're in our third year of carrying Formula 1," said Scott Greenstein, SIRIUS XM's President and Chief Content Officer. "Our listeners will not only have access to turn-by-turn action as it happens but also several race replays, giving them multiple chances to experience the excitement of each race."

Sirius XM coverage will also feature the BBC 5 Live F1 Preview Show, which will lead in to every Grand Prix race, offering listeners the latest team news and information, a recap of qualifying results, driver interviews and an in-depth look at that weekend's circuit.

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