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The 2023 Formula 1 season is underway, and with F1 TV Pro, you will not miss a moment! The first three races have given us a glimpse of what the grid order might look like throughout the rest of the 23-race season, but there is still a long way to go.
Following a rare four-week “spring break”, action is set to get back underway this Friday and Saturday with practice, qualifying, and the sprint race for Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix at Baku City Circuit.
Can anybody challenge Red Bull’s Max Verstappen? Can Aston Martin or Mercedes or even Ferrari get a leg up in the “best of the rest” battle by getting one or even two cars on the podium?
F1 TV’s behind the scenes team will walk you through every element of each race weekend throughout the rest of the 2023 season, before and after the lights go out on race day.
All the sessions are covered live, from practice to qualifying to the races themselves. Also covered? The sprint races, including the first of the year this season in Baku.
With six sprint races this season as opposed to three — to go along with a record-breaking 23 Grands Prix — the remainder of the 2023 Formula 1 campaign promises to be the most action-packed yet.
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With F1 TV Pro, you have the full ability to customize your own viewing experience. You can essentially be in command of your own pit wall, whether you own one screen, two screens, or any number of screens in your living room!
The race weekend shows begin on Thursday with a new-look Weekend Warm Up. News and insider paddock gossip, of which there is sure to be quite a bit as season progresses, is shared by the F1 TV presenting team of Will Buxton, Laura Winter, Laurence Barretto, and Rosanna Tennant.
Six of 10 teams changed their driver lineups for 2023, and more could make changes for 2024. Get the inside scoop on who could end up where as the rumor mill begins to heat up.
The major change of 2023 included Fernando Alonso leaving Alpine to replace Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin, and he has started the 2023 season with three straight podium finishes. But all 10 teams have already scored points through just three races, a new record. From top to bottom, the grid is as competitive as it has been in years.
F1 TV gives you the complete story on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays
Friday practice performances and interviews could be key for F1 Fantasy players to see who’s looking hot and who’s looking cold before you make your selections and transfers for the race weekend!
On sprint weekends such as this coming weekend, the Grand Prix grid is set on Friday via a traditional three-round knockout qualifying session. A one-third distance race is a standalone event on Saturday with its own qualifying session.
On a regular weekend, Saturday is all about qualifying. The grid for Sunday’s race is set. Red Bull have taken all three pole positions — and won all three races from pole — so far this year. Will they have the same success during sprint weekends?
The live timing and on-board cameras of every driver offered by F1 TV mean that fans can arrange their own screen setups. Want the timing screen and driver tracker on your phone? Want the director’s cut on the big screen? You got it. Additionally, live and unedited radio means you’ll know who has real problems the same time the engineers do.
Amid the battle at the front, the midfield battle, and the battle to jump into the midfield pack, you need all of your bases covered, and F1 TV has got your back!
Sunday race coverage begins with F1 TV’s exclusive pre-race show, which features all of the latest interviews and the grid walk before the Grand Prix. Each race has its own character and challenges, and you’ll be able to experience it from an unprecedented number of vantage points.
After the Grand Prix comes the post-race show, featuring reactions from all the main players, some of the celebrities in attendance, and behind-the-scenes gurus.
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Live coverage is totally ad-free and on demand and features options for commentary in various languages for whenever you’re ready to hit the track.
Following a four-week break early in the season, there is an increased sense of anticipation and a heightened readiness for Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, the first of 20 remaining races on the calendar.
Don’t miss your chance to sign up for F1 TV now! The 20 drivers on the grid are only capable of controlling their own race, but you can control your entire viewing experience.
Get ready to get the most from every Formula 1 Grand Prix!