F1 TV announces new features and confirms presenter line up for 2024


Pre-season testing is underway in Bahrain, and this season F1 TV subscribers can follow every angle of the 2024 Formula 1 season live with a number of new features available on the streaming platform.

Designed to further elevate the viewing experience, the new features make it easier for fans to follow the wheel-to-wheel racing action, including:

  • A revamped mobile-friendly design to make it easier to navigate and select F1 TV content on the go
  • A brand-new Interactive Schedule for web and mobile, enabling users to follow sessions live and access content straight from the schedule
  • More available payment methods with the addition of AMEX to make it easier for fans around the world to access F1 TV

Of course, there'll be even more great content too, with F1 shows you won’t find anywhere else – whether that's diving deep into the data to analyse the latest trends, or exclusive Formula 1 documentaries.

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There are two subscriptions available. F1 TV Pro*, a premium ad-free service that includes live feeds of every session – Practice, Qualifying, F1 Sprint and Grands Prix – with driver onboard cameras, team radio, in-depth data and exclusive behind the scenes content. Alternatively, F1 TV Access provides a simplified offering with live race timing data and replays.

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Ahead of next weekend's curtain-raiser in Bahrain, F1 TV has unveiled the 2024 presenter line-up that will provide fans with expert analysis and keep them up to date with the latest news from inside the F1 paddock.

Will Buxton and Laura Winter return as lead presenters alongside seasoned F1 correspondent Lawrence Barretto, reporting on the latest happenings on and off track, and technical analyst Sam Collins. Alex Jacques will once again be at the helm inside the commentary booth, supported by former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer and six-time IndyCar winner and Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame inductee James Hinchcliffe as co-commentators.

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Throughout the season, the F1 TV team will be joined by a host of expert pundits to give extra insight into the key moments over the race weekend – including former race engineer Julien-Simon Chautemps, 2012 GP2 series champion Davide Valsecchi, and European Le Mans Series Champion Alex Brundle.

F1 TV has become a trusted source for avid F1 fans to follow every Grand Prix and is available in 116 countries - with F1 TV Pro available in 92. The platform boasts a huge library of over 5,500 pieces of video content and 1000 hours+ of full-race coverage.

"Since its launch, F1 TV has evolved to become a hub for our hardcore fans to follow the drama and excitement of Formula 1," said Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights and Content Creation at Formula 1. "These latest upgrades highlight our ongoing commitment to giving our viewers a best-in-class service that enhances the F1 experience.”

*F1 TV Pro is available in certain territories


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