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A new F1 season is upon us, and heavy is the head that wears the crown. Max Verstappen and Red Bull may have mastered the field last year, breaking a host of records as they did so, but with a resurgent McLaren, fully redesigned machinery from Mercedes and Ferrari, an ambitious Aston Martin and some new team bosses, might the deck have been shuffled over the winter? And how will Lewis Hamilton fare in his final season with Mercedes before he moves to Ferrari in 2025? F1 TV Pro subscribers will have the most comprehensive point of view from which to see how this season unfolds.

With F1 TV Pro – available in select territories – you can stream every session live, ride onboard all the brand-new cars, delve into the data and watch Grands Prix from anywhere at any time. Get 15% off an F1 TV Pro subscription for one year here.

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In-depth coverage gives fans a deeper understanding of the sport they love, and there are plenty of potential storylines as we approach the curtain-raiser in Bahrain.

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F1 TV Pro is airing every lap of the pre-season test with expert analysis, so you’ll get an early preview of just what might be in store once the lights go out at the first race in Bahrain on Saturday March 2.

Verstappen has previously said he expects the biggest threat to come from McLaren this year, after the papaya team out-developed many of their rivals last summer to take eight podiums and an F1 Sprint win. Meanwhile, there’s been a reset at Mercedes and Ferrari – Fred Vasseur calling the new Ferrari “a revolution”, while Toto Wolff described the Mercedes W15 as having changed “almost every component” from its predecessor.


Join Lawrence Barretto, Will Buxton, Sam Collins, Laura Winter and Jolyon Palmer on F1 TV this season

Hamilton is, of course, desperate to win a record eighth world championship and this will be his last opportunity with Mercedes. With his shock move to Ferrari announced for 2025 – which has really shaken up the driver market – eyes will be on the garage dynamics between the seven-time champ and his current outfit, while looking for who might inherit that seat next season. Meanwhile, the prancing horse is determined to bring an end to the longest title drought in its storied history. Have they cut the gap, or maybe even surpassed the reigning champions? If the SF-24 isn’t a big improvement, will Lewis regret his decision? The stakes are high.

F1 TV Pro includes every practice and qualifying session, all six F1 Sprint events and every Grand Prix, with exclusive shows giving you a virtual paddock pass and access to all areas.

F1 TV’s shows give you the full story

In addition to F1 TV presenters Will Buxton, Laura Winter and Lawrence Barretto, fans will enjoy the technical insights of Sam Collins and driver insights from Jolyon Palmer and James Hinchcliffe, so gains and losses are fully explained.

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The rules have remained stable from last year, meaning the racing should be closer than we’ve seen during this technical era so far. What’s more, the driver line-ups are the same as last season, for the first time in F1 history, but most are out of contract at the end of this year. That means they’ll be pushing to make their mark. Their futures depend on it. Pick from 20 onboard cameras and listen to live and unedited team radio to see who’s impressing most.

There are two new team principals this season – Ayao Komatsu at Haas and Laurent Mekies at RB (previously known as AlphaTauri) – who will be hoping to elevate their squad’s results. We have a record-breaking 24-race calendar, with China back on the schedule, meaning there’ll be plenty of opportunities.

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As with every new F1 season, it’s all to play for as the new campaign begins. Join fans across the globe, take your place at your digital pit wall and watch motorsport history get made in real time.

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