It is the lack of commercials and because Sky kicks ass at this. They know the sport inner and exterior. Half their damn on air team (of what? Dozens?) had been drivers at one level.
And they also never discuss down to the viewers. Well almost never.
The total thing is gentle years past something anyone in the US has ever carried out for racing, excluding most likely just a few of the feeble ABC Extensive World of Sports protection in the 70s and 80s.
The top thing ESPN has ever carried out became to no longer strive and outdo Sky and as an alternate fair appropriate license the damn feed. Fully fair appropriate.