This Sunday, thousands of motorsport fans from across the globe will be tuning in to watch the Australian Grand Prix. If you’re watching locally, there are a few ways to catch the race live and free from the comfort of your own home. Here’s what you need to know!
When is the 2019 Australian Grand Prix on?
The event officially kicks off on March 15 with the qualifiers and concludes on Sunday at 6pm AEDT. That’s three full days of solid racing! (The actual Grand Prix starts at 11am on Sunday.)
How To Watch The 2019 Australian Grand Prix Online
If you don’t have access to free-to-air TV, it’s possible to stream the Australian Grand Prix live on a laptop, smart TV, tablet or smartphone.
Foxtel’s Kayo Sports app is one of the easiest ways to stream the Australian Grand Prix live. A basic plan costs $25 per month, but there’s no lock-in contract so you’re free to cancel at any time. There’s also a free two-week trial available – which means you can sign up, watch the Grand Prix in its entirety and then cancel without handing over a cent.
Alternatively, you can catch the event on the TenPlay app.
How To Watch The 2019 Australian Grand Prix On TV
If you’re planning to watch on free-to-air TV over the weekend, you can catch all the action on Network 10. (Today’s coverage is on 10 Bold.)
Can I Get Tickets To The Australian Grand Prix?
If you’re in or around Melbourne and want to attend the event, then you just need to head to the official website. Click here if you’re interested in attending.