Australian Grand Prix Live F1 Streaming and 2021 TV Preview


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The most popular motor racing season in the world kicks off in Australia from the 19-21 November with the 2021 Formula One Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park in Melbourne.

Lewis Hamilton returns looking to become the most successful driver in the sport’s history, whilst Daniel Ricciardo will be lead driver at McLaren. Don’t miss a minute of the action when you stream the Australian Grand Prix live to an eligible mobile device using the Free Trial offered below.

2021 Australian Grand Prix

When: Friday 19 November – Sunday 21 November
Where: Albert Park, Melbourne, Victoria

The 2021 Formula One will draw to a close at Albert Park, Melbourne, and the man to beat will be Lewis Hamilton. The locals will be cheering on Perth native Daniel Ricciardo – in his new colours at McClaren. Ricciardo will be hoping to more than repeat the two podiums he achieved with Renault last year and get on the top spot for the first time since 2018.

The Australian Grand Prix will span three days in total with plenty of high-speed action for fans to get their teeth into. On Friday there are two practice sessions which will give us a good idea of who has the power to compete at the front early on. Saturday sees ta third practice session and Qualifying, before the full race on Sunday.

The featured event hits the track on Sunday at 4:10pm, with the race covering 58 laps of Albert Park. While the Australian F1 Grand Prix is the highlight, the support events for the weekend include four Supercar races from Thursday to Sunday.

Australian Grand Prix Live TV – (Sydney Time)

EventDateTimeChannel
Australian GP Practice #1Friday 19th November, 2021LIVE: TBCFox Sports / Kayo
Supercars Race TBCTBCFox Sports / Kayo
Australian GP Practice #2Friday 19th November, 2021LIVE: TBCFox Sports / Kayo
Australian GP Practice #3Saturday 20th November, 2021LIVE: TBCFox Sports / Kayo
Supercars RaceTBCTBCFox Sports / Kayo
Australian GP QualifyingSaturday 20th November, 2021LIVE: TBCFox Sports / Kayo
Supercars RaceTBCTBCFox Sports / Kayo
Australian GP Full Race Sunday 21st November, 2021LIVE: TBCFox Sports / Kayo
Australian GP Race Replay Monday 22nd November, 2021Replay: TBCFox Sports / Kayo

All fixtures shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. Grand Prix replays are available on Monday 23 March from 12:30pm – 2.30pm and 7.30pm – 9.30pm, Tuesday 17 March from 2.30pm – 4.30pm and Wednesday 18 March from 4.30pm – 6.30pm.

Stream the AU GP Live and Free

All 23 F1 Grand Prix weekends, including the fixtures that will not be shown live on Free to Air TV, will be broadcast on Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo). This will include every qualifying run, practice session and the race itself, televised live, ad-break free and in Ultra 4K High Definition, as well as bumper to bumper coverage of the 2021 V8 Supercars season.

So if you’re a resident of Australia and don’t have access to Fox Sports you may wish to review the Foxtel Now trial which is good for 10 days and will televise the Australian GP live online with compatible internet connected devices. Eligible platforms include PC, Mac, iOS or Android mobile devices, as well as Telstra TV, Chromecast, Playstation 4 and more. Foxtel Now can be renewed month-to-month, requires no set-up fees and can be accessed instantly.

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Alternatively, Kayo Sports have a 14 day trial offering. With the Kayo trial you will have access to these same Formula One broadcasts as Fox Sports and can stream the Australian Grand Prix free and Live using eligible mobile devices. Devices available to Kayo users include select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, the Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers.

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Don’t forget the V8 Supercars

This will be the third time the Australian Grand Prix edition of the V8 Supercars Challenge will be contested as a championship event. Last time out in 2019, Scott McLaughlin and Chaz Mostert dominated the event, alternating victories to take out two of the four races apiece. With fans of the F1 and V8 Supercars alike watching on, drivers will be desperate to perform well in 2021, and Fox Sports will have live coverage of the V8 action on Melbourne’s streets including online streaming through Foxtel Now.

V8 Supercars TV Replay Times (Fox Sports)

EventDateTime
Replay: Race 4TBCTBC
Replay: Race 4TBCTBC
Replay: Races 1-4TBCTBC
Replay: Races 1-4TBCTBC

F1 Drivers to Watch

F1 drivers are amongst the best in the world, and here are a few to watch out for at the Australian GP.

Lewis Hamilton

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton wrapped up a fourth consecutive F1 Drivers Championship and a sixth in seven years in commanding fashion last year. He is the dominant F1 driver in the world and is the comfortable favourite to take out the title yet again this year. If he does, he will become the most successful driver in the sport’s history.

Daniel Ricciardo

The local favourite is Daniel Ricciardo, who will be keen to continue the momentum he built in the latter stages of the 2020 campaign. After a slow start to the season, he came into some form in the final few races to earn himself two podium finishes, and he’ll be looking for more of the same in 2021. A popular figure who consistently finds himself near the top of the standings, Ricciardo will be keen to compete for his first-ever F1 World Driver’s Title, and you can watch all his Australian Grand Prix laps online.

Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen won the final race of the 2020 season in Abu Dhabi with ease. If this race is a sign of the pace that Red Bull have going into 2021, then the Dutchmen has to be considered as one of the favourites to pose a big threat to Hamilton and Mercedes’ dominance.

Australian Grand Prix Track Guide

Number of Laps: 58
Circuit Length: 5.303 km (3.30 mi)
Race length: 307.574 km (191.071 mi)

What’s New at the Melbourne Circuit?

Commencing a couple of years ago, the Grand Prix organisers – in an attempt to deliver fans unparalleled access to the Formula 1 drivers – added a feature referred to as the ‘Melbourne Walk’. Located in the Champions Gateway, the 100 metre Melbourne Walk will grant general admission patrons the opportunity to get a uniquely close up look at their heroes as they arrive at the circuit each and every day, Thursday – Sunday. To enhance fan experience, there will be autograph opportunities and live television interviews all around.

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