Johnny Herbert and Paul di Resta gone from Sky Sports F1

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Johnny Herbert and Paul di Resta will NOT be apart of Sky Sports’ Formula One coverage for 2023.

There was speculation about Johnny’s future at Sky following a Instagram post on Wednesday afternoon. He uploaded an Image of last year’s team with the caption “Going to miss the team.”

Sky colleagues Natalie Pinkham responded: “Johnny, love you forever ever,” while Rachel Brookes declared that it “won’t be the same” without Herbert.”

A statement from Sky Sports said: “Johnny has been an integral part of our Formula 1 team since the very first season on Sky Sports in 2012.

“We will miss his humour and big personality and thank him for his energy and enthusiasm over the last 11 years. Everyone wishes him all the best for the future.”

Di Resta’s racing schedule in 2023 looks to be a busy one as he is due to take part in both the World Endurance Championship and the European Le Mans Series.

It is understood that neither man will be replaced with Sky’s confirmed presenting line-up for 2023 including: Jenson Button, Nico Rosberg, Naomi Schiff, Martin Brundle, Damon Hill, Karun Chandhok, Anthony Davidson, Natalie Pinkham, Ted Kravitz, Danica Patrick, Simon Lazenby, David Croft and Rachel Brookes.

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Wednesday 25 January 2023
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