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Where to watch the Australian Grand Prix
Many different countries are represented in the Grand Prix, so needless to say, there are people who have no clue what channel to watch the races on. We’ve got channels and listings by each country, so everyone can watch Australian Grand Prix and experience the races. Let’s begin with Australia. For the events that are happening in Melbourne, we have some listings and channels available for the hosting country.
Where to watch in Australia
For the host country, they have the most ever
This network is free to air and will show all 21 races.
Foxtel enters their third year in the racing contract. Aussies can see the races live, and also stream them live from Foxtel Now. Here are more dates and channels to watch the races on.
Australian GP Live TV (Sydney time):
Practice 1 – Friday 12.00pm – 10Bold/Fox Sports/Kayo
Practice 2 – Friday 4.00pm – 10Bold/Fox Sports/Kayo
Practice 3 – Saturday 4.00pm – Ten/Fox Sports 5/Kayo
Qualifying – Saturday 5.00pm – Ten/Fox Sports/Kayo
Live Pit Lane – Sunday 2.30pm – Fox Sports/Kayo
Grand Prix – Sunday 4.10pm – Ten/Fox Sports/Kayo
Watching in the United States
When watching the races this year, the United States has several channels available to them. The races can be seen on ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, and ESPN3. The practices can be seen on ESPNEWS. NBC was holding the contract since 2013. Now ESPN and ABC have the rights to the races now. Sky Sports and Formula 1 will bring Sky Sports’ presentation of the championship to the United States. The practice and qualifying races are going to air on ESPN networks.
Watching in the UK on TV and Online
Sky Sports F1 will have live coverage of all races of this season. Those who are subscribers can watch on your tv-set or stream live using Sky Sports mobile and tablet apps. Do not have Sky Sports? You’re in luck, there is a way to watch with a NOW TV Sky Sports Pass. This gives you the coverage everyone gets, but without having to sign a contract. On March 17th, The Australian Grand Prix coverage will be live on Sky Sports F1 or NOW TV.
Viewing the races online is easy as well. The ESPN app will stream on smartphones, tablets, and streaming devices. ESPN 3 is also available for no cost to those who receive high-speed internet connection or video subscription from an affiliated service provider. It is also available for free to college students in the U.S. and U.S. based military personnel via computers, smartphones, and tablets.
Foxtel offers live streaming racing for the whole series of Formula One racing. They have a few specials going on and offer a free trial as well. ESPN+ is a great way to stream the races online as well. A cable package is not required either. NBC
EPL Site is a web page that is dedicated to sports, updates, news, and more. This site is also free and sometimes can lag a little bit. It’s free though. There is also a Motorsports stream. It is a live streaming website that is free for its users. VIPBox is a sports website that allows its users to enjoy unlimited sports. The ads are limited, and it does not lag
These are the many ways you can watch the races. They’re going to be exciting and worth the wait. Stay tuned to your local ESPN, Sky Sports, ABC, and other stations to catch the Australian Grand Prix.