Have you been itching to watch the pinnacle of motorsport Formula 1 (F1) but don’t know how or where to do so? You can now join in the wheel-to-wheel action with as the F1 will be launching its live stream service early this season.
Called F1 TV Pro, it will provide motorsport fans, old and new alike, commercial-free live streams of practice and qualifying sessions, as well as the main race itself. It will even have on-board cameras of all 20 drivers, bringing the action closer to its fans. This can also be mixed with several other camera angles.
Subscribers can also watch press conferences and pre/post-race interviews. Aside from F1 itself, motorsport faithfuls can also watch its support races such as the FIA Formula 2 Championship, GP3 Series, and Porsche Carrera Cup.
The live stream service will be available in four different languages – English, French, German, and Spanish – initially on desktop computers. Mobile apps for Amazon, as well as Android and iOS devices will soon follow. The estimated monthly subscription will be around P415 to P622 per month, depending on the region.
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