Everything you need to know about F1 TV: Price, content, features and more
Formula One returns to the track and you can follow the turbocharged action with F1 TV. This is all you need to know about the streaming service.
The 2020 Formula One season has been deeply impacted by coronavirus. But the world’s best drivers are ready to get back on track and F1 TV can enhance your racing experience.
At the time of writing, there are 8 races on the new 2020 schedule, with the hope more can be added. Reigning champion Lewis Hamilton, Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo and the rest of the F1 field are ready to re-start their engines. Follow the action with F1 TV.
What is F1 TV?
F1 TV is a digital streaming platform run by Formula One that can help get you inside pit lane and access loads of real-time data and historical content. Content availability varies from country to country. Live race action is only available on F1 TV Pro, which is not currently available in New Zealand.
How much does F1 TV cost?
You can subscribe to F1 TV in monthly or annual instalments. In New Zealand, it costs just $4.49/month or $41.99 for yearly access.
Does F1 TV have a free trial?
No. With racing now returning following coronavirus, F1 TV does not have a free trial.
What content is on F1 TV?
Live leaderboard race data, real-time telemetry, best clips of team radio and live driver maps all add to your F1 experience. It also features exclusive documentaries and more than 650 races from the F1 archives. F1 replays are also available in some countries, including New Zealand. You can get replays of F1, F2, F3 and Porsche Supercup races 14 days after the event.
How can I sign up to F1 TV?
Signing up to F1 TV is simple. Simply head to the official website and click on the “Subscribe” button at the top right of the screen. Once you have chosen your plan, you just need to create an account and enter some details and you are off and racing.
Does F1 TV show replays of races on demand?
The short answer is yes in many countries, but it varies widely. Limitations are in place due to pre-existing media contracts. In New Zealand, race replays become available 14 days after the race has finished.
F1 TV devices
The app is available on a wide range of devices. PCs and Macs, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Nexus 9, Sony and Amazon Fire tablets, plus Android and iOS mobiles are all compatible.
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