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Where to Watch F1 2023 – TV and Streaming

With the next race just around the corner, viewers often find themselves wondering where to watch F1 on TV in 2023. This article will help you find out how to catch up with the coming Grand Prix.

F1 on TV

F1 currently has TV broadcast deals in more than 60 countries. Fans can also follow the action live with online streaming. The series has its own online streaming service, F1 TV Pro, which offers all races live with on demand replays.

Where to Watch F1 2023 Live in the UK?

If you’re wondering how to watch F1 in UK, the 2023 Formula One season is available on TV and streaming for viewers in the UK. You can catch up with the live action on Sky Sports F1 for all 23 races. Sky Sports F1 broadcasts all three free practice sessions, qualifying and the race.

Channel 4 also has the rights to broadcast qualifying and race highlights, and for live coverage of the British Grand Prix.

Streaming is also available on Sky Sports. Viewers who own a Sky Q can pay £15/month extra for a Sky Sports F1 membership. This will allow you to stream all 23 race weekends live. Sky+ and Sky Q owners can pay £24 extra for the complete Sky Sports package, including Sky Sports F1.

Alternatively, there is also the Sky, Netflix & Sports plan. This is an 18-month membership at £46/month.

F1 on TV in 2023 – Where to Watch F1 Races?

F1 2023 is available to watch live on TV in more than 60 countries. Here is where you can watch 2023 Formula 1 season on TV for some countries and regions:

Country/RegionTV Channel
AustraliaFox Sports, Foxtel and Kayo
AustriaServus TV and ORF
BelgiumRTBF, Telenet and Play Sports
CanadaRDS, RDS 2, TSN and Noovo
ChinaCCTV, Great Sports TV and Guangdong Television Channel
DenmarkTV3+, TV3 Sport and Viaplay
EurasiaSetanta Sports
FranceCanal +
GermanySky Deutschland
GreeceANT1 and ANT1 +
Hong KongbeIN Sports
IndonesiabeIN Sports
ItalySky Italia
JapanFuji TV, DAZN
Latin AmericaESPN
MalaysiabeIN Sports
Middle EastSSC and MBC Action
MexicoFox Sports Mexico
North AfricaSSC and MBC Action
NetherlandsViaplay and Viaplay Xtra
New ZealandSky NZ
NorwayV Sport 1, V Sport + and Viaplay
PhilippinesbeIN Sports
PortugalSport TV
SingaporebeIN Sports
South KoreaCoupang Play
SpainF1 DAZN
SwedenViaplay, V Sport Motor and TV10
SwitzerlandSRF, RSI and RTS
ThailandbeIN Sports
TurkeyS Sport and S Sport Plus
UkraineSetanta Ukraine
UKSky Sports and Channel 4
United StatesESPN and ESPN Deportes

F1 Live Streaming 2023 – Where to Watch F1 Online?

If you don’t want to or can’t watch Formula One 2023 on TV, then streaming the races is also an option. Formula One currently offers its own streaming service, F1 TV Pro. Although not available in all countries, the service has been constantly expanding the list every year. Make sure to check whether or not the streaming service is available in your region.

F1 TV Pro is available at $39.99 for a one-year membership, with a 7-day free trial. The monthly membership is available at $5.19. With F1 TV Pro, viewers can watch every race live and on demand. The service also offers live onboard cameras on all cars, as well as a live team radio feed.

F1 TV Pro has an expanded live timing which includes real time telemetry, tire usage and a real time track map. It also provides live streams and on demand replays of all F1’s support series – F2, F3 and Porsche Supercup.

Aside from the race, practice and qualifying action, F1 TV Pro also offers access to documentaries and exclusive F1 shows. The service has an archive with more than 650 races from past seasons.

F1 TV Pro streaming is available on computer, tablet and smartphones, both on iOS and Android devices. The service is also available on Roku, Apple TV, Google TV and Amazon’s Fire TV, so it’s one of the possible answer to the question “F1 where to watch” if you prefer to stream your content.

There is also the cheaper F1 TV Access package, which does not have live streaming available. Viewers have access to the expanded live timing, plus on demand replays, documentaries and historic races.

F1 TV Pro isn’t available for UK viewers. So, as we mentioned earlier, the answer to where to watch F1 UK is Sky Sports.

Formula One 2023 Grand Prix Start Times – Complete Schedule

Make sure you do not miss out on any of the Grand Prix action this year. It all gets underway on March 5th at the Sakhir Circuit with the Bahrain Grand Prix. The season will conclude at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi on November 26.

There will be plenty to follow and keep up with, as the 2023 season will feature the longest schedule in Formula One history with 23 races. The list below includes the date and start time for all the Grand Prix in the schedule.

Grand PrixDateStart Time (GMT/UK Time)
Bahrain Grand PrixMarch 53:00 pm
Saudi Arabian Grand PrixMarch 195:00 pm
Australian Grand PrixApril 26:00 am
Azerbaijan Grand PrixApril 3012:00 pm
Miami Grand PrixMay 78:30 pm
Emilia Romagna Grand PrixMay 212:00 pm
Monaco Grand PrixMay 282:00 pm
Spanish Grand PrixJune 42:00 pm
Canadian Grand PrixJune 187:00 pm
Austrian Grand PrixJuly 22:00 pm
British Grand PrixJuly 93:00 pm
Hungarian Grand PrixJuly 232:00 pm
Belgian Grand PrixJuly 302:00 pm
Dutch Grand PrixAugust 272:00 pm
Italian Grand PrixSeptember 32:00 pm
Singapore Grand PrixSeptember 171:00 pm
Japanese Grand PrixSeptember 246:00 am
Qatar Grand PrixOctober 86:00 pm
United States Grand PrixOctober 228:00 pm
Mexico Grand PrixOctober 298:00 pm
Sao Paulo Grand PrixNovember 55:00 pm
Las Vegas Grand PrixNovember 196:00 am
Abu Dhabi Grand PrixNovember 261:00 pm

The Next F1 Race Broadcast Schedule In the UK

With Bahrain GP and Saudi Arabian GP behind us, the next F1 race will be in Australia. Here is the complete broadcast schedule for Australian GP in the UK:

  • Practice 1: Friday, March 31, 02:30-03:30 UK time / 12:30-13:30 local time
  • Practice 2: Friday, March 31, 06:00-07:00 UK time / 16:00-17:00 local time
  • Practice 3: Saturday, April 1, 02:30-03:30 UK time / 12:30-13:30 local time
  • Qualifying: Saturday, April 1, 06:00-07:00 UK time / 15:00-16:00 local time
  • Race: Sunday, April 2, 06:00 UK time / 15:00 local time

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