Formula One Management has confirmed which countries will be able to receive F1 TV Pro, its new live race streaming service, when it is launched.
F1 TV Pro will allow fans to watch the races live via the world feed or any of the 20 drivers’ onboard cameras plus other streams. It will include coverage of all F1 races plus practice sessions and qualifying, and support races including Formula Two, GP3 and the Porsche Supercup.
Another product, F1 TV Access, will be available to a larger number of countries. This product will not include live race streaming but will feature never-before-seen footage from past races, live race timing and video highlights from the race weekend.
List of countries where F1 TV Pro will be available at launch
Antigua And Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
Trinidad And Tobago
Turks And Caicos Islands
United States Virgin Islands
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