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Where can I watch F1 on TV?

Formula 1 is broadcast all over the world with the following networks showcasing the race on their platforms. 

For the UK and Ireland, Sky Sports F1 is the go to channel for viewing all the races on the Formula 1 calendar without any interruption from commercials. Sky broadcast all the practice sessions, qualifying sessions, and races in Ultra High Definition and is the only place in the UK and Ireland where one can watch the F1 races live.

Fans can also watch the British Grand Prix live on Channel 4 for free, with the remaining races occurring as highlights a few hours after the conclusion.

In the United States, Formula 1 races are broadcast on the ESPN network with the bulk of the coverage occurring on ESPN 2. Two races, the Monaco Grand Prix and the British Grand Prix, are broadcast on the ESPN channel, with the Canadian, United States, and Mexican Grand Prix shown on the free to air ABC network. ESPN utilise the Sky coverage when broadcasting the races.

In Canada, races are shown on The Sports Network (TSN) and its sister network the Reseau des sports (RDS). At this time there it isn't possible to watch races for free in Canada.

In India, all the races, qualifying sessions, and practice sessions are streamed on the subscription service Hotstar. Races can also be viewed on the Star Sports Select channels, though their broadcasts are inconsistent as they are known to prioritize cricket over F1.

Australians however will have access to all practice sessions, qualifying sessions and races live on Fox Sports with the Foxtel 4K broadcasting the races in 4K. Network Ten will broadcast the Australian Grand Prix for free.

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