F1 TV – How To Watch F1 TV on Your TV

The F1 TV is Formula One’s own dedicated streaming service. This Formula One 2021 season is likely to be more memorable.


For motorsports fans who would love a service dedicated to just this sport, this platform is just for you. The F1 TV gives its viewers a comprehensive service of race days, practice sessions, paddocks, and a lot of exclusive F1 content.

Read more on this guide to know about the streaming service and how it works.


Now available in several countries than ever before, the service’s app has also had a serious overhaul for the new season. With coverage offered fully HD and access to a wealth of archive footage.

Keep reading to find out more about F1 TV. This article includes ideas about the service, how it costs, and how to access it.

What is F1 TV and F1 TV Pro?

F1 TV is an FIA Formula 1 World Championship’s very own dedicated “over the top” streaming service. Available in 85 different countries, the service comes in two different tiers:

F1 TV Pro is a service’s premium offering and offers subscribers live coverage of each Formula One race of the season. On top of it, you can also get to stream every track session for all GPs and access all driver onboard cameras & team radios, plus access to watch live streams of F2, F3, and Porsche Supercup races.

F1 TV Pro

Another exclusive to F1 TV Pro subscribers is a service’s super cool live timing feature. And this allows you to view real-time telemetry and driver tire usage history during races.

The key difference significantly cheaper F1 TV Access tier, meanwhile, is that it doesn’t include live coverage, offering on-demand replays and highlights instead.

Both tiers offer on-demand access to over 2000 hours’ worth of F1 footage, with an overage of each Grand Prix since 1981.

Where Can I watch F1 TV and F1 TV Pro?

F1 TV Pro offers live streaming in six languages in 85 territories. However, exclusive TV rights deals in some countries mean the premium F1 TV Pro tier and its live race coverage isn’t available everywhere, with only the F1 TV Access tier available in those regions.

For example, F1 TV Pro is accessible within the US and Canada, but isn’t in the UK and Ireland, due to Sky’s blanket deal on the FIA. Similarly, F1 TV Pro isn’t available in Australia, New Zealand, Spain, or Germany.

You can as well check on what kind of coverage is accessible on F1 TV in your region by checking here.

F1 TV Cost

This streaming service varies a bit in price from region to region. Within the US F1 TV Pro currently costs $79 for a year’s subscription, With F1 TV Access priced at $26.99 a year.

The service also offers a free 7-day trial of F1 TV Pro in some countries, including the US.

How do I watch F1 TV?

It’s pretty straightforward to set up and running and to begin watching all the motor racing F1 TV offers. Start by heading to the service’s website, choosing the right region and signing up or grabbing that free trial.

The service offers dedicated apps for many other popular platforms like Apple, Android, Roku, and Amazon Fire App.

The service is as well available to access on a PC through all major web browsers.

How To Watch F1 TV on Your TV?

With F1 TV now offering its coverage in glorious 1080p. It’s a thing of a pity that the service doesn’t currently offer dedicated apps for smart TVs or indeed Apple TV.

All isn’t lost, however. For motorsports fans wanting the standard feel of sitting on the couch to observe all that burning rubber.

You will also cast F1 TV streams from a browser using Apple Airplay or Google Chromecast. Letting you watch all the twists and get it activated on your big screen.

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