David Croft and Martin Brundle will remain as lead commentator and analyst, while Simon Lazenby will continue his duties as the lead presenter trackside.
Jenson Button – alongside his duties in WEC this season – will feature with Nico Rosberg, Naomi Schiff, Anthony Davidson, Damon Hill, Karun Chandhok, Patrick and Bernie Collins as the rest of the regular pundits.
Elsewhere, Rachel Brookes, Natalie Pinkham, Ted Kravitz and Craig Slater will also continue to be part of Sky's coverage.
Patrick's controversial comments
Patrick found herself in hot water last season after she suggested that the mindset needed for racing is not natural for females.
“As I’ve always said in my whole career, it takes 100 guys to come through to find a good one, and then it takes 100 girls," she told Sky Sports. "That takes a long time to find a good one, right?
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