Check out the schedule and how to watch Formula 1 live and online TV News

Check out the schedule and how to watch Formula 1 live and online TV News

The US Formula 1 Grand Prix will take place this Sunday (24) at 4 pm, valid for the 17th leg of the competition. The race will be broadcast live from the band. The event will be shown online on the Band.com.br website and on the free application Bandplay, in addition to the F1TV Pro paid streaming service and DirecTV Go service. On radio, fans can follow through Bandnews FM.

On Open TV, narrator Sergio Mauricio will lead a team formed by commentators Reginaldo Lemme and Max Wilson. Mariana Baker will report and be on site with live entries during the race.

On BandNews FM, the broadcast will feature narration by Odinei Edson, with commentaries from Alessandra Alves, Castillo de Andrade, Luis Fernando Ramos and Fabio Franca.

Formula 1 Online

Bandplay is an app available for free on Google Play and the App Store. Registration with name, email and telephone is required for free access to the broadcaster’s content, including live Formula 1 races.

Proofs are also submitted online through the F1 TV Pro service. Paid streaming can be found on websites and app stores (“Search for F1 TV”) for mobile devices and smart TVs. The platform is offered by Liberty Media, a company that trades Formula 1 rights around the world.

DirecTV Go is an online pay TV service. Monthly subscriptions start at R$69.90 and provide access to dozens of channels including Band and Bandsports. There is a seven-day free tasting period.

US GP Live

Max Verstappen leads the drivers’ competition with 262.5 points. The Dutchman is followed by Lewis Hamilton, who is second with 256.5 points. Finn Valtteri Bottas is in third place with 177 points.

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Known as the Circuit of America (COTA), the American race track is located in the city of Austin, Texas. The circuit is 5,513 km long, 56 laps and hosted its first race in 2012, when Lewis Hamilton won.

The track record for Ferrari in 2019 with 1min36s169 belongs to Monegasque Charles Leclerc. In the last race in the USA in 2019, Valtteri Bottas was the winner.

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