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We are now four races into the 2023 Formula 1 season, and you still have the chance to subscribe to F1 TV Pro, where you can be sure you won’t miss a moment during the Miami Grand Prix! In fact, you can currently get a free one-week trial of the service!
The first four Grands Prix have given us a glimpse of what the pecking order could look like throughout the remaining 19 events on the 23-race calendar, but the season is far from over. Will Miami be a battle of the Red Bulls or a Ferrari comeback?
Following a rare four-week “spring break”, action got back underway with the Azerbaijan Grand Prix at Baku City Circuit. Now the season is set for its first one-week turnaround of the year, with the Miami Grand Prix set for Sunday at Miami International Autodrome.
Can any of the other nine teams on the grid do anything to slow Red Bull and the RB19 at a track where the eventual driver and constructor world champions won in its inaugural season last year? Don’t miss your chance to get started with F1 TV today!
In addition to top-tier live racing coverage, the behind-the-scenes team at F1 TV 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. Practice sessions, qualifying sessions, and even sprint races are fully covered live, in addition to the races themselves.
This year’s schedule features three additional sprint races, six as opposed to just three like we saw in 2021 and 2022. With a record number of races on the schedule, the rest of the 2023 schedule promises to be the most action-packed yet.
F1 TV’s total coverage means you never miss a moment
Whether you own one screen, two screens, or any number of screens in your living room, you have the ability to customize your own viewing experience with F1 TV.
You can take command of your own pit wall, which includes exclusive live timing data. Get live coverage without ad interruption of all the Formula 1 sessions, as well as the support series, and access exclusive driver onboard cameras and team radios!
With F1 TV, fans can arrange their own screen setups. With action all throughout the field, we know you need all of your bases covered.
Want live timing and the driver tracker on your phone? Want the timing screen on your tablet? Want director’s cut on your computer monitor? Want the on-board cameras of a driver or drivers on your big screen or screens? F1 TV has you covered, and with live, unfiltered radio, you get to find out who has real problems the moment the engineers do.
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Offer: 7-day free trial of F1 TV PRO
Start: May 1 (midday)
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Thursday features a new-look Weekend Warm Up, featuring exclusive expert commentary of the racing sessions and beyond. This expert analysis is provided by Will Buxton alongside Laura Winter, Rosanna Tennant and Lawrence Barretto. Alex Jacques will lead the commentary team, supported by co-commentators Jolyon Palmer and James Hinchcliffe.
David Coulthard will also provide commentary for a number of races throughout the season, and Sam Collins is back as F1 TV’s technical analyst for the new season.
As the silly season rumor mill heats up, you won’t want to miss it. Before this year, the majority of teams on the grid — six of 10, to be exact — made a change to their driver lineup. Get the inside scoop on where the changes could be made for next year!
The big move of the offseason was Fernando Alonso replacing Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin, leaving Alpine to do so. And that move has paid off thus far. Alonso opened up the 2023 season with three straight podium finishes and has the Silverstone team well-positioned for a surprise runner-up finish in the constructor standings.
But don’t underestimate the strength of any of the other “best of the rest” contenders, or even any of the other midfield teams, on this year’s grid. It took just three races for all 10 teams to score points in 2023, a new Formula 1 record, and just two drivers remain scoreless.
F1 TV’s exclusive shows and insights give you the complete story
F1 TV’s exclusive pre-race show leads off Sunday race coverage, featuring the latest interviews and the grid walk ahead of the Grand Prix. With each race having its own unique character and challenges, you’ll want the opportunity to experience them from more vantage points than ever before.
And the action doesn’t stop when the checkered flag flies. After the Grand Prix, F1 TV brings you the post-race show. Reactions from all the main players, interviews with some of the celebrities in attendance, and discussions with behind-the-scenes gurus are just some of what F1 TV has to offer.
Some of the most popular shows include Joylon Palmer’s analysis, Tech Talk, and Weekend Warm-Up, the exclusive pre-race shows!
So many screens!
F1 TV can be streamed a variety of ways. Whether you choose to access it across web, apps, Apple Airplay and Chromecast, Apple TV, Google TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku, your personal setup is totally covered! The ad-free and on demand live coverage also features options for commentary in several different languages!
Following a four-week break before the most recent race, the Miami Grand Prix marks the first of many weekends of back-to-back races. With 19 races remaining on the schedule, all is still to play for this season.
The 20 drivers on the Formula 1 grid are only capable of controlling their own race. But by signing up for F1 TV, you have the ability to take control of your entire viewing experience.
Get ready to get the most from each and every Formula 1 Grand Prix, and be sure to take advantage of the current free trial offer from now through May 8*!
*The 7-day free trial is limited to those in in Brazil, Canada, Netherlands, and USA