Australian F1 GP Practice 3 Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview FIA Formula 1 2018 Full HD
The Formula One World Championship season is fully underway, with twenty-one confirmed events on the 2018 calendar, including the Australian Grand Prix first-up from March 23-25.
The Australian Grand Prix, hosted at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, is much more than a race, it’s the celebration of a new season and an opportunity for every driver to showcase their cars and skills, and you won’t miss a minute of the action when watching it live with a standard or HD TV, as well as with mobile streaming options using a Free Trial.
2018 Australian Grand Prix Live TV
A symbol of excellence, the FIA travels five continents and draws a global television audience in the hundreds of millions, and the Grand Prix in Australia is certainly a big part of the success. The 2018 Australian Grand Prix, hosted at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, is the first fixture on this year’s F1 calendar.
F1 Grand Prix Live Streaming and a Free Trial
All twenty-one events including the 2018 Grand Prix in Australia will be broadcast on Fox Sports and available to mobile Stream Live on compatible devices using Foxtel Go. This includes every qualifying run and practice session shown live, and in High Definition, with the championship race ad-break free to enhance your viewing.
So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to consider the Foxtel Now 2-weeks Free live TV offer, which has no lock-in contract and will televise both the Australia Grand Prix (March 23-25) and Melbourne V8 Supercars (March 22-25) online*, as well as offering Live Australian GP streaming to eligible mobile devices through Foxtel Go.
The Melbourne Grand Prix circuit is comprised of fast-flowing corners with very few straights, allowing the driver’s to achieve competitive times, but it is known to become very slippery under wet conditions, with Safety cars a familiar sight should the weather be less than ideal.
Last year’s winner was Sebastian Vettel, who took control in lap 26, with Lewis Hamilton finishing second and Valtteri Bottas grabbing third.
The race saw seven drivers forced to retire, including Australia’s own Daniel Ricciardo who failed to get beyond the twenty-fifth lap.