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How to watch the 2024 Australian F1 Grand Prix on TV and live stream online

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21st March, 2024
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The Formula One season has arrived in Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix.

This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the race online or watching it on TV.

How to watch on TV

The Australian race is on the government’s anti-siphoning list and therefore will also be shown on free-to-air television.

Channel 10 will be showing the main F1 race and all races on Saturday on their main free-to-air channel, as well as their streaming service 10Play.

However, the other races at Albert Park, including practice, qualifying, Formula 2 and Formula 3, can only be viewed on Fox Sports.

Customers with a valid Kayo Sports subscription can watch every moment of the action from Melbourne without missing a thing, while also being able to catch up on any big moments you miss.

Foxtel and Kayo Sports have exclusive live broadcast rights to Formula 1 for every race other than the Australian Grand Prix.



How to live stream online

If you are looking to live stream the Supercars event at Albert Park, you can do so through the Fox Sports coverage or via 10Play .

The best way to do that is to tune in through Kayo Sports, who have the rights to stream all of Foxtel’s sports channels, as well as other selected events.

What time is the race?

The 2024 Australian Grand Prix will start at 3pm local time (AEST) on Sunday, March 24. That’s 2:30pm for those in South Australia, 2pm in Brisbanne and 12pm for Western Australian viewers.

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