The Formula One World Championship 2021 is now underway with the third race of the season set to take place in Spain. Find out when and where to watch every minute of the action live right here.
The Formula One championship is a ten-month competition between some of the fastest racers on the planet. This year will see a record number of races, 23 in total, in all four corners of the globe. Using this guide you won’t need to miss a minute of the action whether you’re watching at home on your TV or on the move with a mobile device.
Spanish Grand Prix TV Guide
A symbol of excellence, the FIA Formula One World Championship travels five continents and draws a global television audience in the hundreds of millions. The Grand Prix so far this year have been proving that F1 is in a very competitive place after years of Mercedes dominance.
When: Friday 7th May – Sunday 9th May (Sydney time)
Where: Barcelona, Spain
The fourth race of the season will be held in Spain. Lewis Hamilton will head into the race top of the standings after two victories in 2021. This one promises to very close, with the rest of the field closing the gap on Mercedes.
Spain Grand Prix Track Times
|Spain GP Practice #1||Friday 7th May||LIVE: 7.30pm – 8.30pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Spain GP Practice #2||Friday 7th May||LIVE: 11.00pm – 12.00am||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Spain GP Practice #3||Saturday 8th May||LIVE: 8.00pm – 9.00pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Spain GP Qualifying||Saturday 8th May||LIVE: 11.00pm – 12.00am||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Spain GP Full Race||Sunday 9th May||LIVE: 11.00pm – 1.00am||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Spain GP Race Replay||Monday 10th May||Replay: 7.30pm – 9.30pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
TV Fixtures shown as Sydney Australia time, adjust for regional differences. As seen below, full F1 Grand Prix replays are available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports following the featured race.
Spain Grand Prix Replays (Sydney time):
|Monday 10th May||12.00pm – 2.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Monday 10th May||7.30pm – 9.30pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
Watch Formula One Live Online
All 23 featured weekends on the F1 calendar will be broadcast in Australia on Fox Sports, which is available to watch on the Kayo Sports streaming service, as well as Foxtel, Foxtel from Telstra and online with Foxtel Now. This includes every qualifying and practice session shown live, with the Grand Prix ad-break free to enhance your viewing.
Foxtel Now can be renewed month-to-month, requires no set-up fees and allows fans to watch F1 online and live 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.
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Stream the Formula 1 Grand Prix Free
One of the best options for streaming F1 is Kayo Sports, which currently have a 14 day free trial. With Kayo you can stream the Spain Grand Prix live using eligible mobile devices, and by enabling SplitView you can watch up to four events at the same time, so you can enjoy the wide range of sport found in the Kayo TV guide.
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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F1 TV Options in Australia
Up next on the Formula 1 calendar is the Spain Grand Prix 2021 (7 – 9 May), with every session shown live and exclusive via Fox Sports 506 (Foxtel/Kayo). Foxtel and Kayo Sports also have the most extensive live TV coverage of the Supercars championship, as well as each and every weekend of the entire 2021 MotoGP racing season.
Spain Grand Prix Broadcast Guide
The Spanish Grand Prix offers a unique viewing experience, whether streaming the action live to your mobile phone, watching at home on a large screen, or online using your personal computer. Here’s just a few of the reasons this year’s Grand Prix will be one of the most watched television events on the 2021 sporting calendar.
– Can Daniel Ricciardo get his first podium for McClaren?
– Can Verstappen get ahead of Hamilton again?
– Will Hamilton get an eighth world title this year?
How to Watch the Spanish Grand Prix Online
Australian streaming services Kayo Sports and Foxtel Now work with a wide variety of devices that will enable you to watch Formula One online, including Telstra TV, Chrome browsers on both PCs and Macs, and iOS or Android mobile devices (which also let you connect Chromecast to your TV if you have the capability) and more:
For years, Apple TV devices have been an ideal instant streaming solution that does it all. There are two models available – Apple TV HD handles video up to 1080p, while Apple TV 4K adds full support for 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision. Kayo Sports is great on Apple TV, with flawless 4-way Split View.
A hugely popular low-cost streaming solution, Google’s Chromecast got a make-over in 2020, and now comes in two very different flavours. The basic Chromecast is still available, but the newer Google TV version (which replaces the Ultra) adds a remote control and an on-screen interface.
Foxtel Now Box
Foxtel’s own streaming box is an Android TV device that brings the Foxtel Now experience front and centre in its user interface – making it a natural choice if your preferred way of streaming sports is via the live channels that Foxtel Now offers, with on-demand streaming and live free-to-air channels as well.
Amazon Fire TV Stick
This easy alternative comes in three flavours – a budget Lite model, the standard one, and a 4K version. All of them are simple “plug in and go” stick-shaped devices that work similarly to Google’s newest Chromecast, except these use Amazon’s custom user interface and support Alexa voice control.
Nvidia Shield TV
A powerful Android TV streaming device from one of the world’s leading PC graphics companies comes in the form of a small “tube” with connections at either end, along with a slim backlit remote control. It can easily deal with every streaming app under the sun, including Kayo and Foxtel.
Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo)
Fox Sports via Foxtel and the newly launched Kayo Sports will mobile stream the Sakir Grand Prix live, in addition to offering big screen viewers the ultimate at-home entertainment experience of watching the main race ad-break free and in High Definition TV, so you won’t miss a key minute or angle. This includes every qualifying race and formal practice run, and extends to all 23 Formula One championship events starting with Bahrain GP in March, right through Abu Dhabi in December. The viewing experience will include greater exposure to the drivers, teams and vehicles, as well as captivating camera angles and the most qualified commentary group in Australia.
Channel 10 (Free To Air)
Channel Ten will continue to show highlights all ten rounds of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship on free to air TV. This means that for the remainder of the F1 season Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo) are the exclusive Australian television source for the 2020 calendar year. The races that are not live on Free to Air will instead be shown as one hour highlights at 10.30pm (Sydney time) on the Monday night after the event.