Calling All F1 Fans, Here’s Exactly Where You Can Stream Every Race

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It’s 2024; Lewis Hamilton has confirmed he will be swapping out his Mercedes seat for one over at Ferrari, Guenther Steiner has departed from Haas and Max Verstappen is still the reigning champ of Formula One.

Already, it’s shaping up to be a thrilling year ahead.

It is especially exciting for us F1 fans, however, as we take our very own seats (on the couch) and keenly keep up with our favourite teams and our favourite drivers year-round.

With two Aussies on the grid, thanks to McLaren putting Oscar Piastri in their second seat and AlphaTauri (now RB) taking on Daniel Ricciardo, it’s never been a better time for us Down Under to amp it up and watch every race, every weekend.

So, if you’re wondering where and how you can watch F1 in Australia, then wonder no more because we’ve answered that and more below.

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Aussie driver Daniel Ricciardo is back on track. (Credit: Getty)

Where to watch F1 live and on-demand in Australia

So you’ve seen the TikTok edits, read the memes and watched the docu-series Drive To Survive, and now you’re finally ready to officially tune in to the 2024 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

The place to do that in Australia is on Kayo Sports, where you can watch every F1 practice session, qualifying session and Grand Prix race live and on-demand with a subscription.

Having access to every F1 session means you can stay across all the events during race weekends, and if you happen to miss anything you can always go back and replay it on Kayo.

Stream Formula 1 live and on-demand at Kayo Sports with a mth-to-mth no lock-in contract. Sign up here now.


What is the cheapest way to watch F1 in Australia?

The great thing about Kayo is that there are several subscription options available to choose from, including Kayo One, Basic and Premium.

All three give you exactly the same great quality and quantity of content, including HD and all the features, and the only difference is the number of devices that can stream at one time.

Coming in at the cheapest is a Kayo One subscription, which will set you back $25 per month, and gives you unlimited access to content while within Australia.

Another way to stream Kayo Freebies content, including all Formula 1 practice and qualifier races, is via Hubbl – and if you’re unsure what Hubbl is, you can check out our explainer here.

The best part? Kayo Freebies on Hubbl will not require a Kayo subscription to view free content. Find out more about it here.

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We now have two Aussies on the grid, Oscar Piastri being one of them (Credit: Getty)

The 2024 Formula 1 schedule

Now that you know where to watch F1 in Australia, it’s time you know when to tune in. Below, we break down all the dates on the 2024 FIA Formula 1 World Championship 24-race calendar.

Round 1: Bahrain Grand Prix – February 29 to March 2
Round 2: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – March 7 to 9
Round 3: Australian Grand Prix – March 22 to 24
Round 4: Japanese Grand Prix – April 5 to 7
Round 5: Chinese Grand Prix – April 19 to 21
Round 6: Miami Grand Prix – May 3 to 5
Round 7: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix – May 17 to 19
Round 8: Monaco Grand Prix – May 24 to 26
Round 9: Canadian Grand Prix – June 7 to 9
Round 10: Spanish Grand Prix – June 21 to 23
Round 11: Austrian Grand Prix – June 28 to 30
Round 12: British Grand Prix – July 5 to 7
Round 13: Hungarian Grand Prix – July 19 to 21
Round 14: Belgian Grand Prix – July 26 to 28
Round 15: Dutch Grand Prix – August 23 to 25
Round 16: Italian Grand Prix – August 10 to September 1
Round 17: Azerbaijan Grand Prix – September 13 to 25
Round 18: Singapore Grand Prix – September 20 to 22
Round 19: United States Grand Prix – October 18 to 20
Round 20: Mexico City Grand Prix – October 25 to 27
Round 21: Sao Paulo Grand Prix – November 1 to 3
Round 22: Las Vegas Grand Prix – November 21 to 23
Round 23: Qatar Grand Prix – November 19 to December 1
Round 24: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – December 6 to 8

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