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    Formula 1 has today announced that F1 TV will be launching on connected TV devices, including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Google TV set-top-boxes, ahead of the this weekend's Sao Paulo Grand Prix in Brazil.

    Fans will now be able to watch one of the most thrilling championship battles in F1 history unfold on their large screen devices.

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    F1 TV, which was revamped with new and improved features at the beginning of the season, is now more accessible and easy to use than ever before with the introduction of the service on large screen platforms and devices.

    The OTT subscription video platform, which enhances the viewing experience for any Formula 1 fan, was already available on Roku devices in key territories, and fans will now be able to access it, as they would any other app, on their Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Google TV devices.

    F1 TV

    Users will be able to enjoy Formula 1 on their large screen and can create a personal viewing experience with the exclusive features of F1 TV Pro, which include:

    • 20 on-board cameras

    • Live team radios

    • Pit lane channel - expert channel with split screens and expert commentary

    • Live timing

    • Exclusive pre-race shows

    • Archive of all F1 Grands Prix since 1970 and an extensive collection of exclusive documentaries

    F1 TV is available in 118 territories, with F1 TV Pro offering live streaming in six languages in 85 territories.

    F1 TV Access is our on-demand video and live timing service. To view the full list of countries and product availabilities, click here.