How to Stream the 2024 Australian Grand Prix

Find out how to watch the upcoming Australian Grand Prix and all the F1 races this season with ease.

F1 Returns with a Bang!

Get ready, racing fans! Formula 1 is back this weekend after a short break. In the last race at the Jeddah Corniche circuit, Max Verstappen and Red Bull dominated once again. But it wasn't just the usual suspects stealing the show. Newcomer Ollie Bearman made his F1 debut, filling in for Carlos Sainz who was out due to appendicitis. Bearman impressed with a seventh-place finish in his first-ever Formula 1 race. The championship standings are as expected, with Verstappen leading the pack, followed closely by teammate Sergio Perez and Ferrari's Charles LeClerc.

The Australian Grand Prix is up next, following the traditional race weekend format. Three practice sessions will be held across Friday and Saturday, leading up to the main event on Sunday, March 24th at 11:55 p.m ET (8:55 p.m PT). The race will take place at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne and will be broadcast on ESPN2 and ESPNPlus in the US.

The Reader's Guide

When and Where to Catch the Action

Don't miss out on any of the F1 races this season! Here's a schedule of the upcoming races:

Date Race Time
March 24 Australian GP - 12 a.m. ET
April 7 Japanese GP - 1 a.m. ET
May 5 Miami GP - 4 p.m. ET

Streaming Options in the US

If you're in the US and looking to stream the races without cable, ESPN Plus is a great option. For $11 a month, you can catch most of the Grand Prix action. However, if you want to access all parts of the race weekend, including practices and qualifying rounds, you might want to consider the Disney trio bundle which includes Hulu, Disney Plus, and ESPN Plus.

For those who prefer more comprehensive coverage of motorsports, F1 TV Pro offers access to all races from F1, F2, F3, and Porsche Supercup. You can livestream every track session, watch onboard cameras, team radios, and enjoy on-demand races, replays, and highlights. This option is perfect for diehard fans who want to immerse themselves in the world of Formula 1.

Streaming F1 Racing in the UK

Fans in the UK can catch all the F1 action on Sky Sports and Channel 4. Sky Sports broadcasts the races, practice rounds, and qualifying sessions, while Channel 4 offers highlights after each day's events. If you're a cord-cutter, you can stream Sky TV with unlimited Sky Sports on a Now TV membership.

To watch F1 racing in the UK in 2024, you'll need a Sky Sports subscription or opt for the Now TV package which offers unlimited Sky Sports for £35 a month.

Other Streaming Options in the US

Whether you're a casual fan or a devoted enthusiast, there's a streaming option that suits your needs and budget. Don't miss out on any of the thrilling F1 action this season!

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