Formula 1 racing fans in India can enjoy all the adrenaline-pumping action of F1 from anywhere, be it on your cozy couch or out and about, all thanks to the live-streaming options.
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In this article, we’ll go through the different options available for Formula 1 live streaming in India and give you some tips on how to keep up with the Grand Prix 2023 season. So, buckle up, and let’s get started!
If you want to watch F1 races for free in your country, then ServusTV or ORF are your options. ServusTV and ORF shared the 23 races, which can be watched for free with ExpressVPNconnected to the Austria server.
Disclaimer: The commentaries available on both of these services are in the German language.
How to Stream Formula 1 Live in India on F1 TV
F1 TV has announced that it will broadcast the 2023 Formula 1 season live in India for the 2023 season.
With F1 TV, you can access the most comprehensive viewing angles, live feeds from any of the 20 onboard cameras, and uninterrupted live streaming for every track session, including all GPs, F1, F2, F3, and Porsche Super.
F1 TV Pro in India will cost you around ₹2499 per year, or ₹299 per month in India. F1 TV also comes with a 7-day free trial that you can avail of before choosing your preferred plan.
F1 TV offers two different plans for its users, F1 Access and F1 TV Pro, for which details are mentioned below.
F1 TV Pro
Live race coverage
No live races, only race highlights
Live coverage of all races, qualifying sessions, and practice sessions
How to watch Formula 1 on Smart TV (Android TV/ Apple TV) in India
You can watch the Formula 1 live stream on your Smart TV to take your streaming experience to a new level. With this convenient option, you can now enjoy all the high-speed action on a big screen from the comfort of your living room.
Whether you’re an F1 TV subscriber or want to watch it for free on Servus TV, you can easily access it on your Smart TV, no matter if it’s an Apple TV or Android TV, or if you prefer using Chromecast. Check out our comprehensive guide on how to watch Formula 1 on your Smart TV and never miss a race again.
How to Install F1 TV on Android TV in India
You can watch live Formula 1 races on F1 TV on different Android TVs in India, as all of the latest models support the F1 TV app.
Here are the steps to get F1 TV Pro up and running on your Android TVs, including Sony TV, Samsung TV, OnePlus TV, LG TV, TCL, or any other Android TVs
Step 1: Download the F1 TV apk onto a pen drive.
Step 2: Connect the pen drive to your TV.
Step 3: Install the File Commander app on your Android TV.
Step 4: You will see the F1 TV apk file after installation. Open it and install the app, granting all the necessary permissions.
Step 5: After installing the app, subscribe to F1 TV Pro and watch all the live races!
With these easy steps, you can enjoy the excitement of Formula 1 on your Android TV.
How to Chromecast F1 TV with Your Android TV/Laptop/Tablet
If you’re an F1 fan who wants to watch the races on a big screen, Chromecast is a great option. With Chromecast, you can easily cast F1 TV from your Android phone or tablet to your Android TV. Here’s how:
Ensure your Android TV and Chromecast are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Download the F1 TV app on your Android phone or tablet.
Open the F1 TV app and sign in with your account credentials.
Choose the race that you want to watch.
Tap on the Chromecast icon on the top right corner of the screen.
Select your Chromecast device from the list of available devices.
The F1 TV app will now be cast to your Android TV. You can control playback, volume, and other settings directly from your phone or tablet.
You can also connect 6 devices at the same time with F1 TV
F1 tv live timing app on mobile and f1 tv on laptop , so you can have multiple logins allowed on different devices with one f1 tv pro subscription, no buffering in India, no worries about broadcast #f1#F12023#F1Testingpic.twitter.com/mKKib3uk5k
Ten teams participate in every Formula 1 season, with two drivers in each squad, currently making 20 drivers and 10 teams. The 2023 season of Formula 1 will showcase the following teams and drivers.
Haas F1 Team
Red Bull Racing
Nyck de Vries
F1 2023 Race Schedule: Calendar, Dates, Venue, & Circuit
This season of Formula 1 will undoubtedly keep you on the edge of your seat. As Max Verstappen defends his title and navigates through the numerous challenges and distractions, he will continue to attract significant public attention. A total of 23 countries will host Formula 1 races this season, and the complete schedule of the 2023 Formula 1 season is listed below.
Formula 1 2023 Final Constructor’s Championship Standings
1. Red Bull
5. Aston Martin
9. Alfa Romeo
Yas Marina Circuit Details
Circuit Length: 5.281 kilometers
First Grand Prix: 2009
Race Distance: 306.183 kilometers
Lap Record: 1:26.103 (Max Verstappen, 2021, on the old layout)
Number of Corners: 16
The track spans approximately 5.3 kilometers and has frequently hosted day-night races. Renowned British F1 driver Lewis Hamilton holds the record as the most successful driver at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, boasting five titles. Meanwhile, Mercedes and Red Bull Racing share the distinction of the most race wins at the Yas Marina Circuit, each securing six titles.
As no broadcast deal has been set up till now for formula 1 @F1 this season in India, the only access to f1 is through official F1 tv app. @LGIndia will you be adding F1 tv app in the LG webstore for seamless view through my LG powered Smart tv? Pls respond. pic.twitter.com/OQ5dpso22u
With just 24 hours to go before the 2023 season begins, @F1 still doesn’t have a broadcast partner in India. Meanwhile, the price of F1 TV Pro’s annual plan has dropped from ₹2,999 to ₹2,499 over the last couple of weeks, and now there’s a 7-day free trial too. #sportsbiz (1/4) https://t.co/fMVw2hYeempic.twitter.com/ZeYHgpzjyH
@F1Help I purchased the F1 TV In India, it’s showing I have bought the subscription in the Apple Store and everything, money is also debited from my account but still cannot access on the app, PFA for the photos pic.twitter.com/hnTucfHxeu