Formula 1

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Formula 1 is one of the biggest sports in the world and is the leading motor racing competition, so it is no surprise that the sport is one of the most popular here in the UK.

Britain has strong links to the sport, with many of the teams based in the country and with so many of the teams featuring Brits in their ranks but perhaps most importantly the UK has provided many of the top teams in the sport and continues to deliver top drivers.

No matter if you want to support your favourite driver, your favourite team or if you are just a fan of the sport, the great news is that you can watch each and every race live online via our F1 live streaming partners.

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The good news is that there is a new way to watch F1 and all from the comfort of your own pc/mac or even on your phone/tablet and of course on your tv.

How To Watch Formula 1 Live

Step 1: Click here to sign up to NOW TV

Step 2: Choose your pass length (Either Day, Week or Month)

Step 3: Complete the simple registration page, pay and follow instructions on how to watch

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Day Pass
Watch 24 hours of Sky Sports action with a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £5.99 (Mobile phone special offer!)

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Day Pass
Watch 24 hours of Sky Sports action with a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £9.99 (Perfect for race day)

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Week Pass
Watch 7 days of Sky Sports action with a NOW TV Sky Sports Week Pass for just £14.99 (Perfect for the whole race weekend)

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Month Pass
Watch 1 month of Sky Sports action with a NOW TV Sky Sports Month Pass for just £33.99 (Perfect for multiple race weekends)

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Unfortunately watching F1 in the UK has become an expensive habit where you need to pay an ongoing subscription which not only gives you Formula 1 but lots of other channels and services as well but what if you are just simply wanting to watch F1?

What if you are not able to watch every race, some do start early in the morning and late at night, and you simply want to pick and choose the races you want to watch?

The good news is that you can now do exactly that! You can either pay for each month of the season, pay for a whole race weekend or pay just to watch days’ worth of action which is ideal if you only want to watch a single race (or a race here and there).

What Can We Watch?

You can watch all of the key action from each and every race weekend including all 3 practise sessions, qualifying and of course the actual race itself live.

F1 2020

Round Grand Prix Circuit Location Date
1 Australian Grand Prix Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit Melbourne, Australia 13 – 15th March Click To Watch
2 Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain International Circuit Sakhir, Bahrain 20th – 22nd March Click To Watch
3 Vietnamese Grand Prix Hanoi Street Circuit Hanoi, Vietnam 3rd – 5th April Click To Watch
4 Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit Shanghai, China 17 – 19th April Click To Watch
5 Dutch Grand Prix Circuit Zandvoort Zandvoort, The Netherlands 1st – 3rd May Click To Watch
6 Spanish Grand Prix Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Montmeló, near Barcelona, Spain 8 – 10th May Click To Watch
7 Monaco Grand Prix Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco 21st – 24th May Click To Watch
8 Azerbaijan Grand Prix Baku City Circuit/td> Baku, Azerbaijan 5 – 7th June Click To Watch
9 Canadian Grand Prix Circuit Gilles Villeneuve Montréal, Canada 12 – 14th June Click To Watch
10 French Grand Prix Circuit Paul Ricard Le Castellet, France 26 – 28th June Click To Watch
11 Austrian Grand Prix Red Bull Ring Spielberg, Austria 3rd – 5th July Click To Watch
12 British Grand Prix Silverstone Circuit Silverstone, England 17 – 19th July Click To Watch
13 Hungarian Grand Prix Hungaroring Mogyoród, near Budapest, Hungary 31st July – 2nd August Click To Watch
14 Belgium Grand Prix Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Stavelot, Belgium 28 – 30th August Click To Watch
15 Italian Grand Prix Autodromo Nazionale Monza Monza, Italy 4 – 6th September Click To Watch
16 Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay Street Circuit Singapore 18 – 20th September Click To Watch
17 Russian Grand Prix Sochi Autodrom Sochi, Russia 25 – 27th September Click To Watch
18 Japanese Grand Prix Suzuka International Racing Course Suzuka, Japan 9 – 11th October Click To Watch
19 United States Grand Prix Circuit of the Americas Austin, Texas, USA 23rd – 25th October Click To Watch
20 Mexico City Grand Prix Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez Mexico City, Mexico 30th October – 1st Novemebr Click To Watch
21 Brazilian Grand Prix Autódromo José Carlos Pace São Paulo, Brazil 13 – 15th November Click To Watch
22 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Marina Circuit Abu Dhabi, UAE 27 – 29th November Click To Watch

When it comes to motor racing, the majority of fans and of causal watchers alike will instantly think of F1 as the 2 are so synonymous with each other.

From the iconic teams of Ferrari, McLaren and Williams to Red Bull and Mercedes, F1 is where the big spenders in motor racing come to compete and not only develop the best race car possible but they also look to develop the next generation of road cars.

Whilst the teams are the most visible aspect of Formula 1 racing, from the Red of Ferrari to the Silver of Mercedes, it is the racers themselves who are the superstars and when it comes to famous racers, it is Formula 1 where all of the household names are or where they spent most of their career.

Britain’s own Lewis Hamilton has not only become the biggest star in F1 but he has moved into pop culture. With a host of famous friends and with him just as likely to be on the front pages of newspapers compared to the sport pages, Formula 1 and Lewis Hamilton imply go hand in hand but there are a new generation of races looking to impress and looking to become household names.

As well as iconic manufacturer brands and superstar drivers, there is a 3rd aspect of F1 that make sit what it is and that is the famous racetracks races take place at.

From historic tracks such as Monaco, Silverstone, Suzuka and Spa-Francorchamps to newer tracks that grab the attention of fans including Marina Bay in Singapore and the Circuit of the Americas in Texas- F1 offers a great mix of hard racing and iconic cities to keep you interest no matter if you are an ardent car fan or a casual sports fan.

How To Watch F1 Live

Simply choose one of the live streaming services below that feature each and every F1 race weekend live.

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