We're setting up for a thriller at Suzuka — if a typhoon doesn't get in the way Shares Lewis Hamilton locks a wheel in his Mercedes under braking during last year's Japanese Grand Prix. The old-school, 3.
Over halfway through the Formula 1 season and the Brit remains hot favorite to make it three in a row?
Valtteri Bottas, Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen continue to fight, but they'll need to do act fast if they want to beat the main man. We were starting to think that the drivers' championship race was effectively over before the season even got half way through, but then finally Verstappen and Leclerc began to keep Hamilton away from the top of the podium - at least for a few Grand Prix!
After an exciting Formula 1 season last time around where Lewis Hamilton came out on top with the World Drivers' Championship title and his team Mercedes nabbed the World Constructors' Champion title, it's going to be tough to top. Yet Hamilton has already said that's exactly what he plans to do for - and he's going the right way about it so far.
The F1 season has already featured the 1,th World Championship race in history, which will take place in China.
But the excitement goes far beyond mere marks of measure, with another m-word set to tear up the tarmac — Mercedes. Valtteri Bottas has started the season very strongly, as well.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel finished as runner-up and you can expect the four-time world champion to push all the way. Vettel is also under pressure as his new teammate and rising star Charles Leclerc replaces Kimi Raikkonen who finished third overall in at Ferrari.
Raikkonen joins Alfa Romeo Racing—Ferrari for this year. And this season sees McLaren changing from Honda to Renault as engine supplier after too many reliability issues.
You can stream F1 live from anywhere in the world using this guide — read on to find out how. How to live stream F1 motor racing from outside your country If you're resident in the UK, US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, you can scroll a bit further down this guide to see who's showing the Formula 1 in your country.
But if you're on holiday or away with work this year you can still catch the races — a good option to help you keep up with all the action live is to use a VPN service.
By using this, your device appears to be connected from another country, allowing you to access that service for a live stream of all the races as if you were sat back at home. It works with lots of devices and offers super fast connections across its many servers.
Express is a do it all service - but of course there are lots of other options out there too: 1. IPVanish: super secure and able to work on a whopping 10 devices, at the same time 3.
Watch on the move using the Sky Go app too. Only the British Grand Prix race will be free to air on Channel 4 this year. How to do that is laid out clearly above.
Cord cutters are in luck as you don't have to use cable to access ESPN but could use a free trial of a service like Sling or Fubo to watch it over an internet connection. If you're heading outside of the States then you can still access the feed if you use a VPN and register as being in a North American location that is showing the race.
For a chance to watch it online you can try services like Sling or Fubo which have free trials. For those travelling, you can use a VPN to change your virtual location and still enjoy the race as if you were back in Canada. But Australians can also live stream F1 action via the Kayo Sports streaming service, which features no lock-in contracts and also includes access to over 50 sports, both live and on demand.
The Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports apps means you can access this from your chosen device wherever you are although you'll need a VPN if you're taking that abroad. How to get an F1 live stream in New Zealand New Zealand will get the F1 races broadcast by Sky Sports meaning, yup, you'll have to pay for access.
But fret not, there are ways of getting some cheap access. You should be able to get a Fox Sports package via a great offer if you want to enjoy it for less.
The Foxtel Now app works with this, so you can live stream to your preferred device — anywhere using a VPN.