F1 Live Streams | Watch F1 Live Online
Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport globally and the demand for F1 live streams has never been higher.
Drivers such as Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton have etched their names into sporting folklore through their exploits in F1.
While Europe is recognised as F1’s spiritual home, the series has undoubtedly spread its wings far and wide in recent years.
More than half the season is now staged outside Europe, highlighting how much of a global affair F1 has become.
The Drivers’ Championship and the Constructors’ Championship are always hotly contested, with the former widely viewed as the biggest prize in motorsport.
Mercedes and Red Bull Honda have been the dominant forces in F1 in recent years, leaving traditional giants such as Ferrari trailing in their wake.
Read on as we look at the best places to find F1 live streams to ensure that you never miss a moment of the action.
F1 Live Streams – Your Options
If you have a suitable digital device and a stable Wi-Fi connection, there are many ways to watch live F1 streams.
Sky Sports’ dedicated F1 channel broadcasts every race during the season, while subscribers can also live stream the action using the Sky Go app.
If you would rather not be tied into a subscription, you can purchase a Sky Sports monthly pass from NOW TV to access all their sports channels.
It is worth noting that F1 is still free-to-air in selected countries, although this generally applies to when the ‘home’ race is staged.
For example, Channel 4 broadcasts the British Grand Prix in the United Kingdom and Ireland, but Sky Sports is the only place to view the rest of the races.
ESPN provides comprehensive coverage of F1 and is one of the easiest ways for motorsports fans to keep up to speed with all the action.
One of the best ways to access the service is via Sling TV, with the company’s Orange subscription package including ESPN as standard.
Another excellent option is fuboTV, which includes ESPN and more than 120 other channels in its subscription packages.
Viewers outside the United States may need to use Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology to access the content, but there are plenty of reliable services online.
F1 TV is the FIA’s own dedicated ‘over the top’ streaming service. Available in more than 80 countries, the service comes in two tiers.
The service’s premium offering is F1 TV Pro, which offers subscribers superb live coverage of every race of the season.
You can also stream every track session, access all driver onboard cameras and team radios, plus watch live streams of F2, F3 and Porsche Supercup races.
The cheaper F1 TV Access tier does not include live coverage, offering on-demand replays and highlights instead.
More F1 Live Streams
As we alluded to earlier, F1 is now broadcast in dozens of countries worldwide. Here are some of the places you can find live F1 streams.
- Albania: Every race on RTSH.
- Australia: Every race on Fox Sports & Kayo Sports, Australia race on Network Ten.
- Azerbaijan: Every race on Idman TV.
- Brazil: Every race on Band.
- Canada: Every race on TSN & RDS.
- France: Bahrain, Monaco, France and two other races on C8.
- Iran: Every race on MBC Persia.
- Italy: Emilia Romagna, Spain, Monaco, Italy & Abu Dhabi races on TV8.
- Luxembourg: Every race on RTL Zwee.
- Mexico: Mexican GP only on Canal 5.
- Middle East & North Africa: Every race on MBC Action.
- New Zealand: Every race on Spark Sport.
- Russia: Every race on Match TV.
VPN for Live Streaming
While it is relatively easy to find live streams for F1 races, there may be occasions where you find geo-blocked content.
Many content providers use special software to ensure their broadcasts can be viewed in certain jurisdictions, but this can be circumvented by using VPN technology.
One of the best services is Express VPN, which can be downloaded to various devices including Android, iOS, Fire TV, PC, Mac and smart TVs.
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