Every race of the revised 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship™ is broadcast live in Australia.
Motorsport fans in Australia can stream all the action through a variety of different platforms and offerings this season.
Foxtel owns the TV rights to broadcast Formula 1® in Australia, including every practice session, qualifying session and full Grand Prix race in HD.
Formula 2 and Formula 3 are also shown on Fox Sports, where some exciting young Australian drivers are racing for a chance to compete in F1®.
Kayo Sports – Australia’s dedicated sports streaming service – has access to every Formula 1® practice session, qualifying session and full Grand Prix race live and on demand.
With innovations like SplitView allowing users to watch more than one sport at a time, or the ability to follow all the on-track action and battles from the view of an F1® car, with full statistics to match, it is an experience not to be missed.
Kayo Sports is available on most devices and web browsers, including PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices, meaning it’s never been easier to keep up with all the F1® action.
Although live race streaming is not available through F1 TV in Australia, the official subscription service of Formula 1® does provide live timing features for fans wanting a deeper understanding of the sport.
Subscriptions start at $4.49 per month, or $41.99 a year, which also gives fans access to exclusive documentaries and over 650 historic races from the Formula 1® archive.