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Formula One is the pinnacle of motorsport and open-wheel auto racing, which features cutting-edge technology and some of the world’s best drivers. Iconic circuits like Monaco and Silverstone host races globally.

 The 2024 F1 season promises excitement with 24 confirmed races, including the inaugural Bahrain Grand Prix starting on March 2. Motorsport fans now have the opportunity to get closer to the action with F1 TV, the sport’s official streaming channel.

So, What is F1 TV? What does it provide to the F1 viewers worldwide? Also know the cost of subscription in the US, UK, and India.

What does F1 TV offer in terms of content, pricing, and subscription process?

F1 TV offers viewers extensive coverage of race days, practice sessions, paddocks, and live events, as well as a wide range of exclusive F1 content.

In 2023, Star Sports and Disney+ Hotstar decided not to renew their broadcast and streaming rights for F1 in India due to a valuation disagreement, leaving F1 fans in India with only one official option: the F1 TV app with the Pro subscription.

What are the key differences between F1 TV Pro and F1 TV?

F1 TV is the FIA Formula 1 World Championship’s dedicated streaming service, which comes in two tiers.

F1 TV Pro and F1 TV, The ‘Pro’ subscription grants access to live streaming of all sessions of F1 races, including practice and qualifying sessions. It also includes live on-board cameras and team radio for all twenty drivers in each race.

 Additionally, it allows live streaming of support series races from F2, F3, and the Porsche Supercup, which occur alongside F1 on select race weekends.

The ‘Pro’ subscription offers live streaming in six languages across more than 80 countries worldwide.

You can also access race replays, highlights, shows, documentaries, and archives for both F1 and support series and enjoy live timings, data, telemetry, driver maps, and tire usage history.

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Only members from the US, Canada, and India can access F1 TV Pro, as SkySports has the exclusive rights to Formula 1 until 2029. F1 TV Pro isn’t available in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Spain and Germany.

F1 TV provides slightly less than the Pro version, as the name suggests, showing only highlights and delayed replays, and it doesn’t cover live races.

What is the Cost of a subscription in the US, UK, and India?

In the USA, F1 TV Pro costs $79 for a year’s subscription, while F1 TV Access is priced at $26.99 per year.

 The service of F1 TV Pro is offering a 7-day free trial in some countries including India. It’s also cheaper in India just $29.99 a year which is Rs. 2,499 or Rs. 299 per month following the free trial.

For Indian fans, this is considerably much more expensive than Disney+Hotstar, which was priced at Rs. 1499 per year for the premium plan and offered much more content than just F1.

No doubt, the app is much more promising in terms of providing content but it’s still a lot expensive offering for Indian fans.

For The F1 fans in the UK, The Pro subscription is not available as mentioned above, they can only access the F1 TV which will cost £2.29 a month and can be canceled anytime. Meanwhile, the annual plan costs just £19.99 for the whole year.

Here is the list of countries that offer F1 TV Pro, in addition to those mentioned above.

Country     F1 TV Pro price per month

South Africa          $4.99

Brazil                      $5.19

Netherlands          €7.99

Romania.               €7.99

Denmark               €10.99

Sweden                  €13.99

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Gaurang is a writer at the SportsOrbit covering articles related to F1,Gaurang was 14 when he cared more about playing football than studying. But when COVID hit and he had to stay home, he discovered Formula 1. It immediately caught his interest. Since then, he's been really into Formula 1, watching every race and learning all about it. He still loves football, but now he's also a big fan of Formula 1, especially Lewis Hamilton. Even though he loves racing, he still looks up to Cristiano Ronaldo as his idol.