Formula 1 launches streaming service

Formula 1 will launch its own streaming service, called F1 TV, early in the 2018 season, which will begin on March 25. The monthly subscription will cost between USD 8 and USD 12. It will be available in Mexico and “much of Latin America”, in addition to other regions.
Access will initially be available through desktop and web, with mobile apps and TV apps being phased in on Amazon, Apple and Android.
F1 TV’s top tier, called F1 TV Pro, will offer commercial-free live streams of each race and access to all 20 driver on-board cameras throughout every race session. In addition, it will have “unique feeds not available on any other platform with the capability of multi-level personalization”.
F1 TV will be made available in four different languages: English, French, German and Spanish. Subscribers will also have access to all of practice and qualifying live, along with press conferences and pre and post-race interviews.
A less expensive, non-live subscription tier, F1 TV Access will provide live race timing data and radio commentary, as well as extended highlights of each session from the race weekend.
F1 TV Pro will be available in nearly two dozen markets at launch, including Germany, France, USA, Mexico, Belgium, Austria, Hungary and Latin America. In turn, F1 TV Access will be available on a near-global basis at launch, to complement F1 TV Pro.