How to watch Formula 1 races live – Billboard

How to watch Formula 1 races live – Billboard

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Formula 1 is the A global racing event, featuring the best players fighting their way to first place. Are you waiting for the next race? Get in on the action as the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix gets underway on Wednesday (November 15) in Las Vegas, Nevada – click here to find available tickets.

If you can’t get a travel deal to watch it live and in person, ESPN and ABC will broadcast live coverage of the race. Whether you’re new to Formula 1 or have been a fan for years, you can catch the main event on Saturday (November 18) at 10pm PT and Sunday (November 19) at 1am ET. Eager fans who don’t want to miss anything from the big weekend can start on Wednesday (November 15) to watch the opening ceremony at 9:30 PM PT and Friday (November 17) for the qualifying round at 11:55. PM PT.

Read on to find out how to watch the global event:

How to stream the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix

ESPN, ABC and ESPN+ will broadcast every moment of the F1 Las Vegas GP. If you have cable, you can watch the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix for free – just check your cable provider’s channel guide to see which channel ESPN and/or ABC is on. Don’t have cable? You may be able to stream the races live for free with an HD antenna like one of these from Amazon.

ESPN+ will also be live streaming the Las Vegas GP, meaning if you’re already a subscriber, you’ll watch the race for free – otherwise you’ll need a subscription to watch.

You can get an ESPN+ subscription for $10.99 per month, or save more than 15% with an annual ESPN+ plan at $109.99 per year. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu for $14.99 per month.

Besides the F1 regular season, ESPN+ members can watch live matches of other sports, NFL Drafts, NFL Playoffs, MLB games and exclusive video on demand, as well as access content from what was formerly known as ESPN Insider. In addition to the games, ESPN+ offers original shows that can be streamed on-demand, including game recaps, the NBA Finals, analysis hosted by Peyton Manning, a shorter version of NFL Primetime, as well as full replays of historic NFL games.

For those looking for a money-saving option: Hulu + Live TV gives you 75+ channels in ESPN+, Hulu, Disney+, and DVR storage for less than $80 per month. Other options for ESPN include Vidgo, DirecTV Stream, Fubo, and Sling TV, which start at around $15 to $75 and offer live and on-demand streaming, including ESPN and other sports channels as well as DVR recording and a free trial (with some streaming devices).

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