How to watch Formula 1 races today in Australia today

Formula One has a long and storied history of nyooming into viewers’ hearts, dating way back to the 1950s when the first World Championship was held. Since then, the sport has massively grown in popularity, getting a huge boost in new fans from the recent hit Netflix series, Drive to Survive. Nicely enough, there’s also been a renewed focus on sustainability and safety in the sport, with new regulations aimed at reducing the environmental impact of racing and improving the safety of drivers.

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As we head into the 2023 season, here are just a few of the key drivers we’ll be keenly looking out for. Lewis Hamilton, who has won seven World Championships, will be looking to add another title to his impressive resume. Max Verstappen, who won the previous two seasons, will also be a strong contender. Other drivers to watch include Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris, and Fernando Alonso.

On the team side, Mercedes has been a dominant force in recent years, winning the Constructors’ Championship eight seasons in a row from 2014 – 2021. However, Red Bull Racing has been gaining ground in recent years, and many experts predict that they could be the team to beat in 2023. Let’s not forget about Ferrari, McLaren, and Aston Martin, either.

Where can I stream F1 races in Australia?

In Australia, you can stream races on Kayo Sport and Foxtel Now.

Kayo Sport offers three plan options that range from $25 to $35 per month. Kayo offers a 7-day free trial for new customers so give that a whirl if that’s you. Sign up here

Foxtel Now starts from $25 per month for their Essentials Pack and then a further $29 per month to add Sport. Sign up here

2024 Formula One Schedule

The 2024 schedule consists of 24 rounds, and spans 21 countries, with the opening Grand Prix in Bahrain and the final race of the year in Abu Dhabi. Here you’ll find dates, locations, and local Australian times for all 2024 Grand Prix.

Round 1: 3rd March, 2:00am – Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain 🇧🇭

Round 2: 10th March, 4:00am – Jeddah Corniche Circuit, Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦

Round 3: 24th March, 3:00pm – Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Australia 🇦🇺

Round 4: 7th April, 3:00pm – Suzuka Circuit, Japan 🇯🇵

Round 5: 21st April, 5:00pm – Shanghai International Circuit, China 🇨🇳

Round 6: 6th May, 6:00am – Miami International Autodrome, USA 🇺🇸

Round 7: 19th May, 11:00pm – Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Italy 🇮🇹

Round 8: 26th May, 11:00pm – Circuit de Monaco, Monaco 🇲🇨

Round 9: 10th June, 4:00am – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Canada 🇨🇦

Round 10: 23rd June, 11:00pm – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain 🇪🇸

Round 11: 30th June, 11:00pm – Red Bull Ring, Austria 🇦🇹

Round 12: 8th July, 12:00am – Silverstone Circuit, England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

Round 13: 21st July, 11:00pm – Hungaroring, Hungary 🇭🇺

Round 14: 28th July, 11:00pm – Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium 🇧🇪

Round 15: 25th August, 11:00pm – Circuit Zandvoort, Netherlands 🇳🇱

Round 16: 1st September, 11:00pm – Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy 🇮🇹

Round 17: 15th September, 9:00pm – Baku City Circuit, Azerbaijan 🇦🇿

Round 18: 22nd September, 10:00pm – Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore 🇸🇬

Round 19: 21st October, 6:00am – Circuit of the Americas, USA 🇺🇸

Round 20: 28th October, 7:00am – Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico 🇲🇽

Round 21: 4th November, 4:00am – Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Brazil 🇧🇷

Round 22: 24th November, 5:00pm – Las Vegas Street Circuit, USA 🇺🇸

Round 23: 2nd December, 4:00am – Losail Circuit, Qatar 🇶🇦

Round 24: 9th December, 12:00am – Yas Marina Circuit, United Arab Emirates 🇦🇪

3 March 2024 – 9 December 2024
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