How to Watch or Stream WRC Live in Australia

How to Watch or Stream WRC Live in Australia

The WRC is one of the world’s most-watched motorsports events, charging through off-road locations around the globe. Taking place between January and November, it’s the perfect way to get your monthly dose of high-octane, turbocharged time trial racing. Find out how to watch every round live in Australia here.

WRC 2021 TV Preview

Frenchman Sebastian Ogier is out for a seventh world title in 2021, which is great news for a sport he was rumoured to be walking away from. Winning world titles for three different manufacturers meant there was little left for him to achieve in the sport, but the promise of racing on home turf again in Monte Carlo proved too much to resist. 

But there are a couple of early contenders that plan to scupper Ogier’s winning streak. Estonia’s Ott Tänak has been banging on the door for a few years now, and at 33 years of age is in his driving prime. His Hyundai i20 team have put a strong package together that should see him pushing for top place on the podium across the season.

Ogier’s teammate at Toyota, Welshman Elfyn Evans, is also one of the early favourites. He won’t be racing on home soil this year as the Rally GB has been cancelled, but that won’t stop his chances of going one better than last year’s second-place championship finish.

Where to Watch the WRC in Australia

Each and every World Rally Championship round will be broadcast on Fox Sports in Australia (Kayo/Foxtel), where it will be available to watch live online with Foxtel Now and a compatible device. Foxtel Now is also currently offering a 10 day free trial for new subscribers so that you can check out all of its content, and should you decide to subscribe you can cancel anytime.

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Stream the WRC in Australia

Alternatively, Kayo Sports have a 14 day free trial with no lock-in contract and will televise this same WRC action Live via the Fox Sports channel. With the Kayo trial you can stream WRC racing free on a variety of eligible mobile devices, and using their popular live RaceView feature you can watch key moments from inside the car with the driver (Co-Pilot View), as well as above the track (Heli-View).

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WRC 2021 Live Events (Sydney time)

Every race of the 2021 WRC season is airing on Foxtel and Kayo. There is no WRC available on free to air. The next race on the 2021 calendar is the Arctic Rally of Finland.

23 – 26 AprRally Of CroatiaFoxtel / Kayo
21 – 24 MayRally Of PortugalFoxtel / Kayo
4 – 7 JuneRally Of ItalyFoxtel / Kayo
25 – 28 JuneSafari Rally Of KenyaFoxtel / Kayo
16 – 19 JulyRally Of EstoniaFoxtel / Kayo
30 July – 2 AugRally Of FinlandFoxtel / Kayo
14 – 16 AugRally Of BelgiumFoxtel / Kayo
10 – 13 SeptRally Of ChileFoxtel / Kayo
15 – 18 OctRally Of SpainFoxtel / Kayo
12 – 15 NovRally Of JapanFoxtel / Kayo

Mobile Device List and User Guide

Here is a list of compatible mobile and internet-connected devices for which you can stream the World Rally Championship whether at home or on the go – with new apps and devices being added as they become available.

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