September 22, 2023

Watch the Spanish Grand Prix weekend with F1 TV Pro! : PlanetF1

Formula 1 heads from Monte Carlo to Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix weekend, and can anyone stop Red Bull’s winning streak? Find out and watch this weekend on F1 TV Pro…

F1 TV Pro* viewers can watch all the live action from Spain completely ad-free! Click here for the ultimate F1 viewing experience.

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Get closer to the action with F1 TV Pro

With F1 TV Pro, you can watch every single live session of the entire record-breaking calendar completely ad-free, meaning you can watch the thrilling battle between Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari and Aston Martin uninterrupted this season.

The live sessions are also available on-demand and on-the-go, so you can catch up when you have time or watch live wherever you are on your mobile devices. The F1 TV Pro replays also include live timing views and onboards.

You will not miss a single moment!

Your Grand Prix weekend with F1 TV

The show kicks off Thursday with a new look Weekend warm-upwhere news and insider gossip is shared from the paddock via the F1 TV presenting team of Will Buxton, Laura Winter, Lawrence Barretto and Rosanna Tennant.

This season’s grid realignment means there are new faces on the track we need to get to know: American rookie Logan Sargeant has joined Williams; Nyck de Vries, who impressed last year with his one-off performance at Monza, has been picked up by AlphaTauri; and Oscar Piastri will race for McLaren after a tug of war over his services.

In addition, we want to keep a close eye on how Fernando Alonso is doing at Aston Martin, Nico Hulkenberg at Haas, and the all-French pairing of Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly, who fought hard in karts and now under the same roof at Alpine.

Friday: Tuning the cars and analyzing the driving

Friday’s coverage focuses on Free Practice 1 and 2, with the Spanish GP weekend being the standard race weekend format. Alex Jacques leads the commentary team with IndyCar racer James Hinchcliffe and in selected races F1 Ambassador David Coulthard. F1 TV guides you through the key stories with driver analysis from Jolyon Palmer and technical insights from the likes of Sam Collins TechTalk.

F1 Fantasy players take note of Friday appearances and interviews to see who looks good and who doesn’t before making your transfers for the weekend.

Saturday: Qualifying knockout and live timings

Saturday will be all about qualifying with the newly re-profiled Circuit de Catalunya sure to be a tough challenge for the drivers to hold on to. The teams have one last hour to set up their cars in FP3 for the all-important qualifying session.

The live timing of F1 TV and each driver’s built-in cameras means fans can control their own screen settings, perhaps with the timing screen and driver tracker on their phone and the director’s cut on the big screen.

Plus, live and raw radio means you know who’s in trouble and who’s got the bump, while their technician knows. With the potential for a spirited weekend, you’ll want all bases covered.

Sunday: Big screen spectacle, the Grand Prix

Sunday’s race coverage begins with F1 TV’s exclusive pre-race show, where you get the latest interviews and the grid walk for the Grand Prix. Each race has its own character and challenges, and you can view it from an unprecedented number of viewpoints. After the main event comes the post-race show with reactions from all the protagonists, some celebrities and behind the scenes gurus.

F1 TV can stream over the web, apps, Apple Airplay and Chromecast, Apple TV, Google TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku, meaning we take care of your personal setup. It’s live, ad-free and on demand, with commentary in several languages, whenever you want to hit the track.

The drivers can only control their own race, but you are in control of your entire viewing experience. Get ready to make the most of the Grand Prix weekend!

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