F1 live stream 2021
Find out how you can follow every Formula 1 Grand Prix live in 2021. F1 will be broadcast live on streaming services including F1TV and several television broadcasters, while you can also follow all the action with the RacingNews365.com live blog!
How to follow Formula 1 in 2021
You can follow every single practice, qualifying and race session from each of the 2021 Formula 1 Grand Prix right here on RacingNews365.com. We will also bring you all the action from pre-season and in-season tests.
The RacingNews365.com live blog will cover every minute of every Grand Prix weekend and test session throughout 2021. Join our expert team of writers and journalists who will keep you updated.
F1 live stream
F1TV is now available in 88 territories and six languages, boasting live coverage of races, along with full replays as soon as the race ends, on-board driver cameras, a pitlane feed, data channels including live timing and driver tracker maps, plus full unedited team radio.
There's also a less expensive, non-live subscription tier called F1 TV Access available in a further 33 countries, which provides live timing and audio commentary, plus on-demand highlights, content from the Formula 1 archives and selected short films. That growing archive includes past grands prix and season reviews, plus documentaries about drivers, teams and the sport's tech.
Monthly and yearly subscriptions are available in countries that carry the service, but because Sky has exclusive live rights to the sport in the UK and Ireland, F1TV Pro isn't yet available in these countries. Don't expect that to change until the rights are next up for renegotiation – the current agreement runs until 2024.
A note on the F1 TV website states: "Over time we will be looking to increase the number of countries where F1 TV is available and to also provide an ever-increasing amount of live video content along with historical races from our archive."
Some encouraging news though for viewers in Brazil, Slovakia or the Czech Republic – F1 TV Pro is on its way to you for the 2021 season. Formula 1 has also confirmed a service revamp for the new season, saying upgrades will be rolled out on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire tablet devices and Roku in the first half of the season. Chromecast and AirPlay support is also on the way.
And there's more, as F1 TV has confirmed that apps for Apple TV, Android TV devices and Amazon Fire TV are currently in development and will also be launched later this year.
To see if you can access F1 TV's live streaming features in your country, click here.
Most territories around the world have a television broadcaster, although many of these are behind a paywall. There are still plenty of free-to-air broadcasters, too, and so here's the full list of where you can watch Formula 1 on television around the world.
|AUSTRALIA||Fox Sports Channels, Network Ten|
|CANADA||RDS, RDS 2, TSN, Discovery Velocity, V Channel|
|JAPAN||Fuji Television Network Inc., DAZN|
|NEW ZEALAND||Spark Sport|
|SPAIN AND ANDORRA||Movistar, DAZN|
|UNITED KINGDOM||C4 (highlights + British GP live), Sky Sports F1|
|USA||ESPN, ESPN Deportes|