Formula 1 2023: How to watch in Australia

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Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! It’s nearly time for the racing event of the year to begin. Yep, that’s right. The 2023 Formula One season kicks off this weekend with the Bahrain Grand Prix. 

Here’s how you can tune into the entire 2023 Formula One season in Australia:

When does the 2023 Formula 1 season start?

The 2023 Formula 1 season starts this weekend. The first race will take place in Bahrain GP (Bahrain International Circuit) on Monday, 6 March, at 12:30 am (AEST). 

However, you’ll be able to watch the practice races and other pre-race coverage from 10pm today (Friday, the 3rd of March 2023) at Kayo.

Here’s where you can watch all the pre-race coverage at Kayo:

How to watch Formula 1 live in Australia

Here’s where you can watch every 2023 FIA Formula 1 World Championship race live in Australia:

Kayo, Foxtel Now & Foxtel iQ:

Foxtel owns the rights to broadcast Formula 1 live in Australia. So you’ll be able to watch live coverage of all the F1 races via Kayo, Foxtel Now or Foxtel iQ.

Free-to-air TV:

This year the only live free-to-air Formula 1 coverage available in Australia will be of the Australian Grand Prix on Channel 10 and 10 play. You can watch all the other F1 races via Kayo, Foxtel Now or Foxtel iQ.

2023 Formula 1 Calendar

Here’s a look at the official 2023 Formula 1 calandar:

  • Round 1: Bahrain GP (Bahrain International Circuit) – 3 to 5 March
  • Round 2: Saudi Arabian GP (Jeddah Street Circuit) – 17 to 19 March
  • Round 3: Australian GP (Albert Park) – 31 March to 2 April
  • Round 4: Azerbaijan GP (Baku City Circuit) – 28 to 30 April
  • Round 5: Miami GP (Miami International Autodrome) – 5 to 7 May
  • Round 6: Emilia Romagna GP (Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari) – 19 to 21 May
  • Round 7: Monaco GP (Circuit de Monaco) – 26 to 28 May
  • Round 8: Spanish GP (Circuit de Catalunya) – 2 to 4 June
  • Round 9: Canadian GP (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve) – 16 to 18 Jun
  • Round 10: Austrian GP (Red Bull Ring) – 30 June to 2 July
  • Round 11: British GP (Circuit Silverstone) – 7 to 9 July
  • Round 12: Hungarian GP (Hungaroring) – 21 to 23 July
  • Round 13: Belgian GP (Spa-Francorchamps) – 28 to 30 July
  • Round 14: Dutch GP (Circuit Zandvoort) – 25 to 27 August
  • Round 15: Italian GP (Autodromo Nazionale Monza) – 1 to 3 September
  • Round 16: Singapore GP (Marina Bay Street Circuit) – 15 to 17 September
  • Round 17: Japanese GP (Suzuka Circuit) – 22 to 24 September
  • Round 18: Qatar GP (Losail International Circuit) – 6 to 8 October
  • Round 19: United States GP (Circuit of the Americas) – 20 to 22 October
  • Round 20: Mexican GP (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez) – 27 to 29 October
  • Round 21: Brazilian GP (Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace Interlagos) – 3 to 5 November
  • Round 22: Las Vegas GP (Las Vegas Street Circuit) – 16 to 19 November
  • Round 23: Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina Circuit) – 24 to 26 November

Streaming Formula One in High Definition (HD)

For the optimum Formula One viewing experience, you’ll want to stream in High Definition (HD). But first, we’d suggest double-checking your current internet plan to ensure it can handle HD streaming – to avoid eating up all your data. 

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