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Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix 2019 (Live Stream)

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Another Mercedes 1-2 at the Spanish Grand Prix for Mercedes has extended the team’s dominance at the top of the Formula 1 standings heading to Monaco this weekend.

Ferrari will be looking to bounce back at the jewel in the crown race on the F1 calendar, where 20 cars will thread their way through the narrow Monte Carlo streets.

The Silver Arrows have taken a remarkable five 1-2 finishes in the first five races of this season – a feat which no-one had predicted back in February testing when the Prancing Horse looked to have the strongest pace.

Valtteri Bottas is putting up a much stronger fight to team-mate Lewis Hamilton so far this year, sharing the wins between them, but it’s the British five-time champion who heads the standings.

Sebastian Vettel in the Ferrari was dicing hard with Charles Leclerc in Barcelona, but the close walls of Monte Carlo where Leclerc grew up will put a premium on clean racing.

Qualification Of The Year

With the track a tricky one to overtake on, the Saturday qualifying session will perhaps be the most important of the year.

Both Ferraris will be looking to capitalise on the minimised effect of having the best car, but don’t count out Red Bull and Max Verstappen stealing a good result too.

Verstappen’s team-mate Pierre Gasly has yet to score a top-five finish this year, so the under-pressure Frenchman will be looking to bank some strong points this weekend.

Other storylines to keep an eye on include the progress of Romain Grosjean, who had a messy Spanish Grand Prix in close quarter racing, while McLaren’s Lando Norris and Racing Point’s Lance Stroll will also want points after their clash on track in Spain.

Renault are continuing to make progress but are still adrift of the top three teams – could Monaco be the best chance to snatch a top six finish this year, or will closest challengers Haas be able to interrupt the party?

Live Broadcast Information

As ever, a live stream of the F1 race isn’t available, so fans looking to enjoy the action will need to tune in to their region’s broadcaster or watch post-race highlights programmes. Check your area’s broadcasting rights to find out if it is subscription fee or free-to-air.

The list below is the current broadcaster rights, according to the official F1 website:

AFRICA SuperSport  
ALBANIA RTSH  
ASIA Fox Sports Channels
STAR Sports (Indian subcontinent)
 
AUSTRALIA Fox Sports Channels
One (Network Ten)
 
AUSTRIA ORF  
AZERBAIJAN AZ TV
Idman Azerbaijan
 
BELGIUM RTBF
Telenet
 
BRAZIL TV Globo
SporTV
 
BULGARIA Nova
Diema Sport
 
CANADA RDS
TSN
 
CHINA CCTV
Tencent
Guangdong TV
Shanghai TV
 
CYPRUS Cytavision  
CROATIA Croatia Telekom  
CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA Sport1
Sport2
Sport5
Fanda
 
DENMARK TV3+
TV3 Sport
Viasat
 
ESTONIA, LATVIA & LITHUANIA Tbc  
EURASIA Setanta Sports  
FINLAND MTV  
FRANCE TF1
Canal+
 
GERMANY, AUSTRIA & SWITZERLAND RTL Germany
n-tv
 
GREECE ERT
Cosmote TV
 
HUNGARY M4  
ICELAND Channel 2 Sport  
IRELAND Eir Sport  
ISRAEL The Sports Channel  
ITALY Sky Italia
TV8
 
JAPAN Fuji Television Network Inc.
Dazn
 
KOSOVO Sport Klub
ArtMotion 1
 
LATIN AMERICA Fox Sports Channels  
MACEDONIA Channel N24  
MALTA Total Sports Network (TSN)  
MENA TERRITORY MBC Action  
MEXICO Channel 9 (Televisa)  
MONTENEGRO SportKlub  
NETHERLANDS Ziggo
NOS
 
NEW ZEALAND Spark Sport  
NORWAY Viasat
Viasport 1
Viasport+
Viasat 4
 
POLAND Eleven Sport Network  
PORTUGAL Eleven Sports  
ROMANIA Digi Sport
Telekom Sport
 
RUSSIA Match TV  
SERBIA SportKlub  
SINGAPORE Okto (Singapore GP only)  
SLOVENIA TV3  
SPAIN AND ANDORRA Movistar  
SWEDEN Viasat
Viasat Motor
TV10
 
SWITZERLAND SRF
RSI
RTS
 
TURKEY S Sport  
UKRAINE First Automotive Channel  
UNITED KINGDOM C4
Sky Sports
 
USA ESPN  
USA AND PUERTO RICO Univision

Full Schedule

Here is the full schedule for the weekend, with all times listed in local time. Note that practice sessions are on the Thursday, instead of the usual Friday:

Thursday 23 May

  • Practice 1 – 10.00-11.30
  • Practice 2 – 14.00-15.30

Saturday 25 May

  • Practice 3 – 12.00-13.00
  • Qualifying – 15.00-16.00

Sunday 14 April

  • Race – 15.10-17.10

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Formula 1 German Grand Prix 2019 (Live Stream)

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Photo credit: Haas F1 Facebook

Lewis Hamilton heads to this weekend’s German Grand Prix with the wind in his sails, having notched up a seventh Formula 1 win of the season at Silverstone with Mercedes.

The five-time champion claimed a record sixth win at his home circuit for the British Grand Prix, with that victory allowing him to extend his lead at the top of the standings to 39 points from team-mate Valtteri Bottas.

Ferrari No Win In 2019

Despite reaching the season’s halfway point, Ferrari duo Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc have yet to record a win in 2019.

Vettel has endured a problematic season, with the high-profile off at Canada’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve robbing him of a win, before a clumsy touch with Max Verstappen last time out ruined any chance of points there.

Leclerc meanwhile has looked the stronger of the pair, with wins at Bahrain and Austria eluding him. Vettel will no doubt wish to see his home race the start of a turnaround in fortunes.

Austrian Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen has shown strong consistency to hold third in the standings, comfortably outperforming under-pressure team-mate Pierre Gasly, although fourth for the French Red Bull driver at Silverstone marked his first finish higher than his team-mate.

Carlos Sainz Jr leads the ‘best of the rest’ as the McLaren cars demonstrate good pace, ahead of 2007 champion Kimi Raikkonen in the Alfa Romeo.

The midfield tussle continues to be tightly contested between McLaren, Renault, Haas, Alfa Romeo, Toro Rosso and Racing Point.

Live Broadcast Information

A live stream of the Formula 1 season does not yet exist, so race fans will need to find alternative ways to enjoy the action.

Some TV broadcasters have full live race coverage, others have highlights packages – check your local broadcaster below for full details.

The list below is the current broadcaster rights, according to the official F1 website:

AFRICA SuperSport  
ALBANIA RTSH  
ASIA Fox Sports Channels
STAR Sports (Indian subcontinent)
 
AUSTRALIA Fox Sports Channels
One (Network Ten)
 
AUSTRIA ORF  
AZERBAIJAN AZ TV
Idman Azerbaijan
 
BELGIUM RTBF
Telenet
 
BRAZIL TV Globo
SporTV
 
BULGARIA Nova
Diema Sport
 
CANADA RDS
TSN
 
CHINA CCTV
Tencent
Guangdong TV
Shanghai TV
 
CYPRUS Cytavision  
CROATIA Croatia Telekom  
CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA Sport1
Sport2
Sport5
Fanda
 
DENMARK TV3+
TV3 Sport
Viasat
 
ESTONIA, LATVIA & LITHUANIA Tbc  
EURASIA Setanta Sports  
FINLAND MTV  
FRANCE TF1
Canal+
 
GERMANY, AUSTRIA & SWITZERLAND RTL Germany
n-tv
 
GREECE ERT
Cosmote TV
 
HUNGARY M4  
ICELAND Channel 2 Sport  
IRELAND Eir Sport  
ISRAEL The Sports Channel  
ITALY Sky Italia
TV8
 
JAPAN Fuji Television Network Inc.
Dazn
 
KOSOVO Sport Klub
ArtMotion 1
 
LATIN AMERICA Fox Sports Channels  
MACEDONIA Channel N24  
MALTA Total Sports Network (TSN)  
MENA TERRITORY MBC Action  
MEXICO Channel 9 (Televisa)  
MONTENEGRO SportKlub  
NETHERLANDS Ziggo
NOS
 
NEW ZEALAND Spark Sport  
NORWAY Viasat
Viasport 1
Viasport+
Viasat 4
 
POLAND Eleven Sport Network  
PORTUGAL Eleven Sports  
ROMANIA Digi Sport
Telekom Sport
 
RUSSIA Match TV  
SERBIA SportKlub  
SINGAPORE Okto (Singapore GP only)  
SLOVENIA TV3  
SPAIN AND ANDORRA Movistar  
SWEDEN Viasat
Viasat Motor
TV10
 
SWITZERLAND SRF
RSI
RTS
 
TURKEY S Sport  
UKRAINE First Automotive Channel  
UNITED KINGDOM C4
Sky Sports
 
USA ESPN  
USA AND PUERTO RICO Univision  

Full Schedule

Here is the full schedule for the weekend, with all times listed in local time:

Friday 26 July

  • Practice 1 – 11.00-12.30
  • Practice 2 – 15.00-16.30

Saturday 27 July

  • Practice 3 – 12.00-13.00
  • Qualifying – 15.00-16.00

Sunday 28 July

  • Race – 15.10-17.10

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Formula 1 British Grand Prix 2019 (Live Stream)

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Photo credit: Renault F1 Team Facebook

The Mercedes annex of Formula 1 race wins in 2019 was finally broken by Max Verstappen and Red Bull in Austria – but championship leader Lewis Hamilton heads to the British Grand Prix this weekend with eyes on a seventh win of the season.

Until last weekend’s Spielberg round, Hamilton and Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas had shared the wins, with the Ferrari duo of Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc unable to convert their strong pre-season pace into a victory.

Red Bull has to date looked comfortably the third quickest team, but Verstappen was finally able to snatch a victory in the Styrian hills.

The big talking point coming out of the race was the aggressive overtake on Leclerc, who had appeared to be on for his first win of his F1 career. The Monegasque was understandably unhappy with the way in which Verstappen ran him all the way to the edge of the track to take the victory-sealing pass.

By comparison, Hamilton, Bottas and Vettel had a largely anonymous weekend, but all three will be hoping to bounce back at Silverstone this weekend.

Hamilton up for a home win?

Hamilton has notched up five wins at his home circuit, and will be looking to repay his faithful crowd with a sixth, while Bottas could do with the 25 points to get his title challenge back on track – the last win for the Finn having been in Azerbaijan.

Having lost wins in Bahrain and Austria, can Leclerc finally convert his storming pace to that debut trophy, or will Vettel open his 2019 account?

Elsewhere, an under-pressure Pierre Gasly has work to do after being lapped by team-mate Verstappen at the Red Bull home circuit in Austria – with talk already in the paddock of Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat making a return.

In the midfield, the battle remains tight as McLaren, Renault, Alfa Romeo, Racing Point, Toro Rosso and Haas vie for ‘best of the rest’. McLaren has looked the strongest of those in the last two races with both Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz Jr having recorded a pair of top-nine finishes each.

Antonio Giovinazzi at Alfa Romeo will be looking to build on his first points-paying position from Austria, which means it is just the struggling Williams pair of George Russell and Robert Kubica yet to record a point.

Live Broadcast Information

Formula 1 still does not have a live stream available online, so fans wishing to catch all the action from Silverstone will need to tune in to their TV, radio or text commentary broadcasts.

Some TV broadcasters have full live race coverage, others have highlights packages – check your local broadcaster below for full details.

For UK fans, the British Grand Prix marks the only 2019 weekend where full live race coverage can be seen on Channel 4, which usually only broadcasts highlights, as well as the usual Sky Sports F1 channel coverage of the whole season.

The list below is the current broadcaster rights, according to the official F1 website:

AFRICA SuperSport  
ALBANIA RTSH  
ASIA Fox Sports Channels
STAR Sports (Indian subcontinent)
 
AUSTRALIA Fox Sports Channels
One (Network Ten)
 
AUSTRIA ORF  
AZERBAIJAN AZ TV
Idman Azerbaijan
 
BELGIUM RTBF
Telenet
 
BRAZIL TV Globo
SporTV
 
BULGARIA Nova
Diema Sport
 
CANADA RDS
TSN
 
CHINA CCTV
Tencent
Guangdong TV
Shanghai TV
 
CYPRUS Cytavision  
CROATIA Croatia Telekom  
CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA Sport1
Sport2
Sport5
Fanda
 
DENMARK TV3+
TV3 Sport
Viasat
 
ESTONIA, LATVIA & LITHUANIA Tbc  
EURASIA Setanta Sports  
FINLAND MTV  
FRANCE TF1
Canal+
 
GERMANY, AUSTRIA & SWITZERLAND RTL Germany
n-tv
 
GREECE ERT
Cosmote TV
 
HUNGARY M4  
ICELAND Channel 2 Sport  
IRELAND Eir Sport  
ISRAEL The Sports Channel  
ITALY Sky Italia
TV8
 
JAPAN Fuji Television Network Inc.
Dazn
 
KOSOVO Sport Klub
ArtMotion 1
 
LATIN AMERICA Fox Sports Channels  
MACEDONIA Channel N24  
MALTA Total Sports Network (TSN)  
MENA TERRITORY MBC Action  
MEXICO Channel 9 (Televisa)  
MONTENEGRO SportKlub  
NETHERLANDS Ziggo
NOS
 
NEW ZEALAND Spark Sport  
NORWAY Viasat
Viasport 1
Viasport+
Viasat 4
 
POLAND Eleven Sport Network  
PORTUGAL Eleven Sports  
ROMANIA Digi Sport
Telekom Sport
 
RUSSIA Match TV  
SERBIA SportKlub  
SINGAPORE Okto (Singapore GP only)  
SLOVENIA TV3  
SPAIN AND ANDORRA Movistar  
SWEDEN Viasat
Viasat Motor
TV10
 
SWITZERLAND SRF
RSI
RTS
 
TURKEY S Sport  
UKRAINE First Automotive Channel  
UNITED KINGDOM C4
Sky Sports
 
USA ESPN  
USA AND PUERTO RICO Univision

Full Schedule

Here is the full schedule for the weekend, with all times listed in local time:

Friday 12 July

  • Practice 1 – 10.00-11.30
  • Practice 2 – 14.00-15.30

Saturday 13 July

  • Practice 3 – 11.00-12.00
  • Qualifying – 14.00-15.00

Sunday 14 July

  • Race – 14.10-16.10
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Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix 2019 (Live Stream)

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Photo credit: Scuderia Ferrari Facebook

Just a week on from another Mercedes whitewash at Paul Richard, Ferrari heads to this weekend’s Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix with it all to prove.

Lewis Hamilton botched up an easy sixth win of the season ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas, while Charles Leclerc finished in third as the best Ferrari.

But both Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel are still hunting for a first win of the season as the F1 circus rolls into Spielberg, with pressure mounting on the team to catch up to Mercedes in the title fight.

Max Verstappen in the Red Bull – last year’s victor at the team’s home circuit – is still third quickest, although Pierre Gasly has yet to get on song with the Dutch driver.

Best of the Rest

Behind, the midfield battle remains tight as McLaren, Renault, Alfa Romeo, Haas and Racing Point all jostle for best of the rest.

Williams remains adrift at the bottom of the pile, with no upgrades expected for this weekend given the short turnaround from France.

Live Broadcast Information

As ever, a live stream of the F1 weekend remains unavailable, meaning fans will have to rely on TV broadcasts, radio or highlights.

The list below is the current broadcaster rights, according to the official F1 website:

AFRICA SuperSport  
ALBANIA RTSH  
ASIA Fox Sports Channels
STAR Sports (Indian subcontinent)
 
AUSTRALIA Fox Sports Channels
One (Network Ten)
 
AUSTRIA ORF  
AZERBAIJAN AZ TV
Idman Azerbaijan
 
BELGIUM RTBF
Telenet
 
BRAZIL TV Globo
SporTV
 
BULGARIA Nova
Diema Sport
 
CANADA RDS
TSN
 
CHINA CCTV
Tencent
Guangdong TV
Shanghai TV
 
CYPRUS Cytavision  
CROATIA Croatia Telekom  
CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA Sport1
Sport2
Sport5
Fanda
 
DENMARK TV3+
TV3 Sport
Viasat
 
ESTONIA, LATVIA & LITHUANIA Tbc  
EURASIA Setanta Sports  
FINLAND MTV  
FRANCE TF1
Canal+
 
GERMANY, AUSTRIA & SWITZERLAND RTL Germany
n-tv
 
GREECE ERT
Cosmote TV
 
HUNGARY M4  
ICELAND Channel 2 Sport  
IRELAND Eir Sport  
ISRAEL The Sports Channel  
ITALY Sky Italia
TV8
 
JAPAN Fuji Television Network Inc.
Dazn
 
KOSOVO Sport Klub
ArtMotion 1
 
LATIN AMERICA Fox Sports Channels  
MACEDONIA Channel N24  
MALTA Total Sports Network (TSN)  
MENA TERRITORY MBC Action  
MEXICO Channel 9 (Televisa)  
MONTENEGRO SportKlub  
NETHERLANDS Ziggo
NOS
 
NEW ZEALAND Spark Sport  
NORWAY Viasat
Viasport 1
Viasport+
Viasat 4
 
POLAND Eleven Sport Network  
PORTUGAL Eleven Sports  
ROMANIA Digi Sport
Telekom Sport
 
RUSSIA Match TV  
SERBIA SportKlub  
SINGAPORE Okto (Singapore GP only)  
SLOVENIA TV3  
SPAIN AND ANDORRA Movistar  
SWEDEN Viasat
Viasat Motor
TV10
 
SWITZERLAND SRF
RSI
RTS
 
TURKEY S Sport  
UKRAINE First Automotive Channel  
UNITED KINGDOM C4
Sky Sports
 
USA ESPN  
USA AND PUERTO RICO Univision  

Full Schedule

Here is the full schedule for the weekend, with all times listed in local time.

Friday 28 June

  • Practice 1 – 11.00-12.30
  • Practice 2 – 15.00-16.30

Saturday 29 June

  • Practice 3 – 12.00-13.00
  • Qualifying – 15.00-16.00

Sunday 30 June

  • Race – 15.10-17.10

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