Formula 1 events are as important as a Super Bowl, All-Star Game, and championship party. It’s a kind of event that gets car racing fans all hyped up and excited. On March 25th, 2018, the Australian Grand Prix will kick off its new racing season, and here’s how all of you can watch it no matter where you are in the world.
How to Watch Formula 1 Anywhere Live Online
There are many ways you can stream Formula 1 season live online in USA, UK, Australia, France, Canada, Germany, and we’re going to tell you all about them. The Formula 1 organization is going to launch a new streaming service called F1 TV, which will be available in USA, Germany, France, Mexico, Belgium, Austria, Hungary, and most of South America. Subscribing to it costs from $8 to $12. Plus, there’ll be two kinds of subscriptions. The first will be F1 TV Access, a non-live and less expensive subscription tier. The second will be F1 TV Pro, which will offer live video feeds of F1 races and practice sessions.
About Formula 1
There are 20 events of Formula 1 each year all scattered across some of the most vibrant and affluent cities in the world. From Australia to Abu Dhabi, you would regret missing a second of tire squeals and engine roars.
Sebastian Vettel is expected to win the F1 title this year, but also we can’t count out current champion Lewis Hamilton. You can use to watch Formula 1 live on PC, Mac, Android, Apple TV, iOS, PS4, Xbox One, Roku, Fire TV, and every other major streaming device.
Formula 1 in the UK and US
Don’t have cable or satellite? Don’t want to watch on your smartphone or tablet? Thanks to these streaming channels, you can stream live F1 coverage from anywhere you want with the help of a VPN. ExpressVPN has multiple VPN servers located in the United Kingdom and the USA. Additionally, the company offers a 30-day refund policy.
NBC Sports will no longer be broadcasting F1 races in the USA. WatchESPN and ABC will handle coverage instead. Similarly to NBC Sport, you will need a cable subscription in order to sign into the WatchESPN app and stream the races. Both these service are geo-blocked outside the US and require a VPN to be accessed from abroad.
Sky Sports has exclusive broadcasting rights of most Formula 1 races in the UK. However, Channel 4 has rights to broadcast 10 races. These are Bahrain, Azerbaijan, Monaco, Austria, Britain, Belgium, Singapore, Japan, USA, and Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Unfortunately, both Sky and Channel do not work outside the UK. As a British expat, you can use VPN services like ExpressVPN to unblock geo-blocked UK channels overseas.
Are you ready to tune in? Now that you know there are several ways to keep up with one of the few driving sports that gives NASCAR a run for its money, you have no excuse to miss out on it. Which car manufacturer will win the coveted Formula One World Constructors’ Championship? Let us know your predictions about the upcoming Formula 1 in the comment section below.