3x ways to watch Formula 1 abroad
Although for many people the summer break starts in July, Formula 1 drivers are still tearing through until the end of that month. For racing fans, during the period when they go on holiday, it is often a matter of looking for ways to stream F1 from abroad so that they do not have to miss a match. We understand that very well, and this is our raison d’être Three ways Line up so that you are in it too outside unpleasant All Formula 1 races to look Can.
The 3 best ways to watch Formula 1 racing live from abroad
1. Through streaming services Viaplay and F1 TV
Many Dutch Formula 1 viewers may have noticed that two parties currently own the broadcast rights to the highest category of racing: Viaplay and F1 TV. Previously, racing fans could follow the Grand Prix live via Ziggo Sport, but this channel lost the rights to the highest bidder mentioned first. You can now watch all of the free practice sessions, qualifiers and races on this video on demand platforms.
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Also abroad within the European Union You can continue to watch Viaplay. This is possible even in Norway. However, the United Kingdom falls outside this range as it is no longer part of the European Union. So you can simply follow all the Grand Prix races in popular holiday countries such as Spain, France and Germany. All functions work in the same way as in the Netherlands. However, the quality may depend on the characteristics and speed of the network on which you are streaming. do you travel outside the European Union? Then matches cannot be followed over a local network. This is because Viaplay doesn’t have rights outside of Europe yet, so you can’t access streaming from those countries. On the F1 TV official website However, there is a list (scroll down > click on Terms and Conditions > click on the link in point 4.2 > view all locations) with several countries where you can use all Formula 1 video streaming services on your desired platform. This also includes many countries outside of Europe.
2. via a foreign broadcaster
In the Netherlands, the aforementioned streaming services have the rights to broadcast all F1 matches, but in other countries there are sometimes public channels who are allowed to show matches. This means that you can watch broadcasts from all kinds of countries legally and for free, provided you are in that country yourself. diverse foreign broadcasters Displays free Almost every Grand Prix. The only drawback: the commentary on these streams is not in Dutch. Do you still want the Dutch commentary? An option for this is to set up Grand Prix Radio in the background. Below is a list of a selection of different countries and the corresponding broadcaster that owns the broadcast rights.
|🇧🇪 Belgium||RTBF sound|
|🇧🇷 Brazil||Red Bandeirants (band)|
|🇱🇺 Luxembourg||RTL Sweden|
|🇦🇹 Austria||TV service|
|🇬🇧 United Kingdom||Channel 4|
3. Via a VPN connection
If you do not have access to the available streaming services, the third option is to go through a file VPN Watch every Grand Prix. It is important to use a good VPN for this. The system is simple: a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an anonymous Internet connection that ensures your privacy is guaranteed. You can select any one yourself location reference your device problems. Are you setting your VPN to a different country? Then the relevant website you are visiting will think that you are in that country and as a result you can simply access streams that you may not be able to watch from abroad.
With a VPN connection, you can therefore choose which location your device transmits to a website, so that, for example, as an anonymous viewer in Austria, you can watch the broadcast via Servus TV (or another country or channel) with a live stream in perfect quality. We explain this in detail on our Watch Formula 1 with a VPN page. This is also an option if you want to watch races from other countries with your Viaplay subscription. It goes like this:
1. Go to NordVPN or Go to Surfshark (or other provider) and get a good VPN for only €2 per month
2. Set your location to the Netherlands via the app
3. Go directly to Viaplay And start watching 🏎
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