The F1 grid approaching Turn 1 at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

How to watch F1 in 2024

F1 looks set to be bigger and better than ever in 2024, with 19 drivers hungry to put a stop to the Max Verstappen dominance of 2023. For those who are new to the sport and want to know how they can watch all the action unfold, we’ve compiled a guide on when and where to watch the 2024 F1 season. 


F1 live on Sky Sports in 2024Sky Sports F1 is the home of Formula 1 in the UK and broadcasts each session throughout the season. Sky Sports is available to add to an existing Sky contract for just £20 a month on an 18-month contract or £27 a month on a rolling monthly contract. Once you are signed up to Sky Sports, you will be given access to the channels via the Sky Go app, meaning you can watch all the sessions live and on the go. 


Is F1 available on Now TV in 2024?As an alternative to Sky Sports F1, if signing up for full-fat Sky contracts isn’t for you then Now TV offer monthly subscriptions to the Sky Sports F1 package for just £34.99. There’s also a 24-hour option enabling access for one day at just £11.98. All options are available to stream on your mobile, computer or TV.


Will F1 be shown on Channel 4 this season?Free-to-air British F1 fans can rejoice in the news that F1 will remain on Channel 4 until 2026. Highlights of every qualifying session and race of the season will be shown on the channel with one key race receiving live coverage, which is likely to be the British Grand Prix. 


Watch the British Grand Prix live at Silverstone

Of course, there is also the opportunity to attend the British Grand Prix and witness F1 at its brilliant best at Silverstone.

TICKETS: see our range of options for the 2024 British Grand Prix


When does racing get underway? The first race on the calendar takes place in Bahrain on 2 March, the first of a record-breaking 24-race season for F1. 

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