How to stream the Formula 1 2024 Japanese Grand Prix on F1 TV Pro

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Formula 1 has arrived in Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend – and below you can find all you need to know about following the action live.

After two victories from two to kick off the 2024 campaign, Max Verstappen and Red Bull saw their winning run ended with a dramatic brake issue last time out in Australia, opening the door for rivals Ferrari.

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Indeed, Ferrari took full advantage of the situation to record a one-two finish with the returning Carlos Sainz and his team mate, Charles Leclerc – slashing the gap to Red Bull in the constructors’ standings at the same time.

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You can watch all the action from the Japanese Grand Prix on F1 TV

You can enjoy the coverage from every session live on F1 TV Pro, where we bring you closer to the action via exclusive features like onboard cameras on all 20 of the drivers’ cars, and access to both our Pre-Race and Post-Race Shows. There’s also plenty from behind the scenes – a perfect way to get even more should you have enjoyed the release of Drive To Survive.

F1 TV Pro can also be streamed easily via Apple TV, Chromecast Generation 2 and above, Android TV, Google TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku. F1 TV Pro is free of ad breaks and available with commentary in six languages.

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For more information on subscribing to F1 TV Pro you can click here, and for details of broadcasters in your area, click here.

To find out what time you can watch all the action from Japan, click here

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New F1 TV features for the 2024 season include in-depth shows such as Tech Talk Retro, which shines a light on iconic car designs from year gone by, and F1 Icons, which tells the exhilarating stories of legendary drivers of the past.

From a user experience perspective, there is a revamped mobile-friendly design to make it easier to navigate and select F1 TV content on the go, and an ‘Interactive Schedule’ for web and mobile, enabling users to follow sessions live and access content straight from the schedule.

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Meanwhile, more payment methods are available, including the addition of AMEX, allowing fans around the world to access F1 TV with ease.


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