Stream Formula 1 live on F1 TV Pro
How to watch 2022 Formula 1 live stream in Canada
Every race of the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship is being broadcast live into Canada, so you never have to miss a session.
The fastest drivers in the world are back on track in the 2022 Formula 1 world championship season. All eyes are sure to be on the new season after Max Verstappen defated Lewis Hamilton in a highly publicised and controversial fashion. Canada is well represented once more with Nicholas Latifi back at Williams and Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll, which was formerly the Racing Point team.
How to watch Formula 1 live in Canada
In terms of your viewing options, the rights to broadcast Formula 1 live in Canada are owned by Bell Media’s sports networks: TSN and RDS.
You can also get live race-day coverage through Formula 1’s own streaming service, F1 TV Pro. As you can see in our detailed breakdown of F1 TV, the content varies from country to country.
Stream F1 live on F1 TV Pro
With F1 TV Pro in Canada, you get all the F1 action you could ask for, plus F2, F3 and Porsche Supercup replays. There is also a major race archive. You can see which events are upcoming on www.f1tv.formula1.com. F1 TV content is viewable on Apple TV, Android TV, Roku and Chromecast.
There are two subscription options available for F1 TV Pro: monthly and annual. It is also compatible with a wide range of devices. We have a guide to F1 TV for you. Free 7-day trials are offered from time to time.
Watch F1 on TSN and RDS
In March 2020, it was announced that the long-standing partnership between Bell Media’s sports networks, TSN and French-language RDS, had been extended through the 2024 season. Both have practice and qualifying sessions, the races live plus a range of magazine-style shows. You can also access content through the TSN and RDS apps.
Visit www.tsn.ca or www.rds.ca to see which upcoming and past events are available through either streaming service. TSN content is viewable on desktops, mobile devices, Apple TV, Samsung SmartTV and Xbox One as well as through ordinary cable packages and the TSN app. RDS content is viewable on Apple devices, Android devices, Windows devices, Chromecast (only in Canada), Samsumg Smart TV, Apple TV and Xbox One as well as the through the RDS app.
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