The 2019 Formula One season is set to see the 1000th World Championship race, which will take place in China. But the excitement goes far beyond mere marks of measure, with another m-word set to tear up the tarmac – Mercedes.
After an exciting F1 season in 2018 where Lewis Hamilton came out on top with the World Drivers’ Championship title and his team Mercedes nabbed the World Constructors’ Champion title, it’s going to be tough to top. Yet Hamilton has already said that’s exactly what he plans to do for 2019 – and you can get an F1 live stream of every race.
So what will be standing in the way of Hamilton romping home with the 2019 F1 title? He’s got plenty to go up against. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel finished 2018 as runner-up at 88 points behind Hamilton. This season you can expect the four-time world champion to come out fighting as he is defending his reputation after Hamilton convincingly defeated him.
Vettel is also under pressure as his new teammate and rising star Charles Leclerc replaces Kimi Raikkonen (who finished third overall in 2018) at Ferrari. Raikkonen joins Alfa Romeo Racing–Ferrari for this year. And this season sees McLaren changing from Honda to Renault as engine supplier after too many reliability issues.
You can stream F1 live from anywhere in the world using this guide – read on to find out how.
How to live stream F1 races from outside your country
If you’re resident in the UK, US, Canada Australia or New Zealand, you can scroll a bit further down this guide to see who’s showing the Formula 1 in your country.
But if you’re on holiday or away with work this year you can still catch the races – a good option to help you keep up with all the action live is to use a VPN service. By using this, your device appears to be connected from another country, allowing you to access that service for a live stream of all the races as if you were sat back at home.
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How to get an F1 live stream in Australia
How to get an F1 live stream in New Zealand
Formula 1 calendar: Grand Prix dates for the 2019 season
Australia Grand Prix – Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit on March 17
Bahrain Grand Prix – Bahrain International Circuit on March 31
China Grand Prix – Shanghai on April 14
Azerbaijan Grand Prix – Baku on April 28
Spain Grand Prix – Barcelona on May 12
Monaco Grand Prix – Monaco on May 26
Canada Grand Prix – Montreal on June 9
France Grand Prix – Le Castellet on June 23
Austria Grand Prix – Spielberg on June 30
Great Britain Grand Prix – Silverstone on July 14
Germany Grand Prix – Hockenheim on July 28
Hungary Grand Prix – Budapest on August 4
Belgium Grand Prix – Spa on September 1
Italy Grand Prix – Monza on September 8
Singapore Grand Prix – Singapore on September 22
Russia Grand Prix – Sochi on September 29
Japan Grand Prix – Suzuka on October 13
Mexico Grand Prix – Mexico City on October 27
USA Grand Prix – Austin on November 3
Brazil Grand Prix – Sao Paulo on November 17
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina on December 1
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