UK viewers will see 2016 F1 world champion Nico Rosberg joined by former NASCAR and IndyCar racer Danica Patrick to present F1 Juniors.
Sky Germany will be holding an open casting call for those between the ages of 10 and 14, with successful applicants being invited to join the Sky Next Generation programme.
Jenson Button told Formula 1: “We are really excited about giving the next generation of F1 fans a platform to show their passion and excitement for the sport as F1 continues to grow in popularity amongst younger audiences.
“We may just find our next Crofty [David Croft] or Naomi Schiff!”
Ian Holmes, director of media rights and content creation at Formula 1 added: “We want to ensure that our fans of all ages can enjoy and fall in love with Formula 1, so working with our long-standing partners at Sky on this project to target younger audiences is really exciting.
“This is a first of its kind in motorsport and I am excited to see the broadcast come to life and to watch the next generation of presenting talent!”
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