One of the most exhilarating races on the planet, the F1 World Championship is made for those who have a need for speed when it comes to single seats and four wheels. Raced all over the world, with an audience similarly placed around the globe, F1 is a popular event from the starting grid to the pit stops. But where can Aussie viewers catch every second of the action? In this article, Canstar Blue looks at which streaming services will provide F1 coverage, as well as how much it will cost you, so you can enjoy your pole position in front of the TV.
How to watch F1 in Australia
F1 races are available to stream on Kayo, Foxtel and through free-to-air provider Channel 10. Each platform offers live and on-demand coverage of the races, although how many races each provider will cover will vary.
Watch F1 on Kayo
Offering both live coverage and on-demand replays for every race, practice and qualifying session, Kayo is a streaming platform of choice for those keen on keeping pace with the F1 World Championship. In addition to the race itself, viewers are treated to highlights and analysis with Kayo’s coverage.
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Watch F1 on Foxtel
Foxtel offers a full season of live races, including qualifiers and practice sessions for rev-heads who just can’t get enough. Available through channel 506, Foxtel offers coverage on both Foxtel Now and via the Foxtel app, helping you to stay in the driver’s seat while on the go. In addition to the F1 Championship, Foxtel offers a number of talk shows that delve into the Championship series, including highlights and breaking news.
Watch F1 on Channel 10
A free-to-air option in Australia, Channel 10 and TenPlay will be showing highlights from most races of the F1 World Championship. While you may not catch the race from start to finish, free highlights are the next best thing – if you don’t mind the ads!
- Broadcasts will vary from state to state, so be sure to check your local TV guides to ensure you don’t miss any of the action.
2023 Formula 1 Schedule
The 2023 F1 season will kick off in March 2023, and run through to the end of November. Each round is listed below:
- Round 1: Bahrain GP – March 5
- Round 2: Saudi Arabia GP – March 19
- Round 3: Australia GP – April 2
- Round 4: Azerbaijan GP – April 30
- Round 5: Miami GP – May 7
- Round 6: Emilia Romagna GP – May 21
- Round 7: Monaco GP – May 28
- Round 8: Spanish GP – June 4
- Round 9: Canadian GP – June 18
- Round 10: Austrian GP – July 2
- Round 11: British GP – July 9
- Round 12: Hungarian GP – July 23
- Round 13: Belgian GP – July 30
- Round 14: Dutch GP – August 27
- Round 15: Italian GP – September 3
- Round 16: Singapore GP – September 17
- Round 17: Japanese GP – September 24
- Round 18: Qatar GP – October 8
- Round 19: United States GP – October 22
- Round 20: Mexico City GP – October 29
- Round 21: Sao Paulo GP – November 5
- Round 22: Las Vegas GP – November 18
- Round 23: Abu Dhabi GP – November 26
How to watch the Australian F1 Grand Prix
The Australian Grand Prix will be raced on Sunday April 2, 2023, with the race starting at 3:00pm. Coverage will be shown live via Kayo and Foxtel.
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