Want to watch F1 live? You’ve come to the right place. We created this resource to help steer you (pun totally intended) in the direction of the F1 live stream available in your country. Depending on where you’re tuning in from, you may even be able to watch the Singapore Grand Prix for free — whether you’re at home or traveling abroad.
Is There a Free F1 Live Stream?
Those lucky enough to live in Austria or Luxembourg can watch the F1 live stream for free. The races are being broadcast on ORF and ServusTV in Austria, and RTL Zwee in Luxembourg. But what about locals who out of town but want to tune into the free F1 live stream from abroad? They can tune in via a VPN like ExpressVPN.
That’s right — Austria or Luxembourg residents out of the country can use a VPN to watch the action unfold in their local language for free. These are the only countries where a legal free F1 live stream is available. Viewers located elsewhere will need to tune in through their local, licensed broadcaster (more on them below).
How to Watch the F1 Live Stream in the UK
Sky Sports has secured the exclusive broadcasting rights to the 73rd Formula 1 World Championship in the United Kingdom. All of the races are being shown on Sky Sports F1 in 4K Ultra HD with HDR. You’ll need to be a Sky customer with a Sky Sports suscription, available from £18 per month, to watch the F1 live stream on TV.
Not a Sky customer? You can sign up for a Now Sports Pass to watch the F1 live stream on mobile, tablet or on select Smart TVs and set-top boxes. You can buy for a Day Pass for £9.99 or £33.99 for unlimited access for a month. But unlike Sky TV, Formula 1 doesn’t stream on Now TV in 4K Ultra HD: It’s broadcast in Full HD.
Of course, Brits abroad can use a VPN like ExpressVPN to tune in to the F1 live stream through Sky Now or Now TV (depending on the service you use) from anywhere in the world. This saves you from handing over money for something you already pay for and from having to brave the commentary in a foreign language.
Best Way to Watch: Now TV with Now Sports Pass
How to Watch the F1 Live Stream in the US
You’ll need to be either ESPN or an F1 TV Pro subscriber to watch almost all of the F1 live streams this season, except for the United States Grand Prix and the Mexican Grand Prix which will be available on ABC. Not a cable subscriber? You can sign up through a service like Hulu with Live TV or Sling TV.
Want to watch the next Grand Prix for free in the US? Sign up for a one-week F1 TV Pro free trial just before the weekend and you’ll be able to live stream every track session, access all driver onboard cameras and team radios during the race, and even see what’s happening in Formula 2 and Formula 3.
Best Way to Watch: F1 TV Pro with FREE Trial
How to Watch the F1 Live Stream in Canada
In Canada, local broadcaster has the F1 live stream in English. This is available through cable, or can be accessed through TSN Direct for the day for $8 or for a month for $20. Meanwhile, RDS has coverage in French. Those who aren’t cable subscribers can sign up for F1 TV Pro for $10 per month after a free trial.
How to Watch the F1 Live Stream in Australia
Formula 1 is broadcast on Fox Sports in Australia, available through local cable provider Foxtel or live sport service Kayo. This service offers new subscribers a two-week free trial, with pricing set at $25 per month thereafter.