F1 was literally halted on the grid back in March, when the much anticipated start to the season was cancelled in Melbourne’s Albert Park. The good news is racing is back underway, albeit in a very different format within the borders of Europe. Find out exactly how to watch and stream every F1 race live right here!
Formula 1 TV Preview
F1 is back, with the 2020 season set to finally getting underway in Austria. Motoracing fans will be delighted to see some wheel to wheel action after constant coronavirus postponements and see Lewis Hamilton target Michael Schumacher’s record of seven World Championship wins.
But there will be some serious young blood breathing down his neck in the shape of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Ferrari’s Charle Leclerc, both of whom stand as potential pretenders to the Englishman’s throne. A certain Daniel Ricciardo will also be looking to move closer to the front of the field in his Renault, after a stop-start 2019 campaign.
Where to Watch or Stream F1 in Australia
All F1 live races air on Foxtel here in Australia, which can be accessed via Foxtel or Foxtel from Telstra. To watch on Foxtel with a Standard or HD TV, you have several choices, including subscribing to the Foxtel Plus pack to access over 50 channels of entertainment, drama, lifestyle, docos, reality and more. You also have the option to watch F1 online using Foxtel Now (Pop or Sports pack), which currently have a 10 day free trial. Both choices include the option to stream programs free using the Foxtel Go app and an eligible mobile device.
Replays of F1 events are also available with Fox Sports in Australia. Fox Sports will be offering full replays via Foxtel and Foxtel Now, for fans who want to view events at a more viewer friendly hour or on demand.
Alternatively, you can access Fox Sports with Foxtel from Telstra. Foxtel from Telstra (including Foxtel Now from Telstra) offers the exact same programming as Foxtel, but is often available at reduced pricing or with no lock-in contract. With every Foxtel from Telstra package you can likewise stream F1 races free using the Foxtel Go app, on one of the devices in the table below. If you can’t make it for the live airing of AFL, you can still catch replays on demand.
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Stream F1 with Kayo Sports
Alternatively, you can access Fox Sports with the Kayo Sports streaming service which currently has a 14 day free trial. Kayo offers the exact same sports as Foxtel, but with a reduced price plan (Basic or Premium) and no lock-in contract. For fans who want to catch up on AFL action, Kayo offers game changing features including Interactive Graphics, SplitView and Key Moments, which enhance your viewing experience.
With Kayo you can stream F1 replays to a variety of compatible mobile devices. Eligible devices 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, with new apps and platforms arriving soon. Other sports action on Kayo includes the V8 Supecars as well as the German Bundesliga football plus much more
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Live sport returns to Kayo, with every game and every round from the NRL and AFL, action from the Super Rugby, UFC and V8 Supercars – all available on Kayo’s 14 day trial.
F1 Live TV Schedule
Each round of the 2020 F1 season will air on Fox Sports with replays available on demand. Kayo also have every practice, qualifying session and race LIVE. Here’s the upcoming live TV schedule for all F1 races:
|Russian GP Practice #1||Friday 25th September||LIVE: 6.00pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Russian GP Practice #2||Friday 25th September||LIVE: 9.45pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Russian GP Practice #3||Saturday 26th September||LIVE: 6.45pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Russian GP Qualifying||Saturday 26th September||LIVE: 10.00pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Russian GP Race||Sunday 27th September||LIVE: 9.05pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
|Russian GP Race||Monday 28th September||Replay: 12.00pm – 2.00pm||Fox Sports / Kayo|
Mobile Device List (Foxtel and Foxtel from Telstra)
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream F1 whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Foxtel/Foxtel Go
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Chrome for PC; Chrome & Safari for Mac)
– iOS Mobile Devices: Yes – Via native app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)
– Android Mobile Devices: Yes – Via native app (Android 5 and above)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Via casting (only on Multiroom service)
– Apple TV: Yes – Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service)
– Smart TVs: Yes – Via casting only (only on Multiroom service)
Must See TV for fans of F1
Once you have caught up on the latest F1 action, we have suggested a few events below that may also take your fancy until the next round gets underway.
NRL (Foxtel and Kayo)
The NRL returns as the Roosters look to make history and win a record fifth National Rugby League title. They have been a real force to be reckoned with over the past two seasons, but the likes of the Cowboys, Storm and last season’s runners up, the Raiders will all be keen to stop the Sydney side making it three in a row. You can see exactly how the restart gets underway for free with Kayo Sports 14 Day free trial.
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AFL (Foxtel and Kayo)
AFL fans have a big reason to be excited this June, as the 2020 season is set to restart. The calendar has been reduced to 17 rounds this year, which will make the push for the finals all the more exciting. Live AFL matches will be available to stream on demand with Foxtel Now, or with Kayo Sports, which currently has a free 14 day trial.
V8 Supercars (Foxtel and Kayo)
The pinnacle of domestic Australian motor racing is the V8 Supercars series, with the twenty-fourth edition promising to be one of the best yet. All our favourite drivers, teams and manufacturers are set to return and battle it out over 12 turbo charged rounds. V8 Supercar races are now available to stream from June on demand with Foxtel Now, or with Kayo Sports, which currently has a free 14 day trial.