- For 2019, an additional World Feed commentary track was added:
- Dutch (commentary taken from the Netherlands’ Ziggo Sport channel).
- An additional 3 feeds were made available for each F1 session:
- The Pit Lane Channel features exclusive commentary during qualifying and the race from Alex Jacques
- All F2, F3 & Porsche Supercup sessions are now streamed (just the World Feed) live (and can be replayed afterwards).
- F1 TV was officially launched at the 2018 Spanish Grand Prix
- The following feeds were available to stream (and be replayed afterwards) for each F1 session:
- The “raw” World Feed, minus any broadcaster-specific cutaways
- Dedicated on-board feeds, featuring exclusive live & uncensored team radio for all 20 drivers
- The World Feed features the following language tracks:
- English (commentary taken from the UK’s Sky Sports F1 channel)
- French (commentary taken from France’s Canal+ Sport channel)
- German (commentary taken from Germany’s RTL channel).
- Spanish (commentary taken from Spain’s Movistar F1 channel).
- FX (no commentary)
- In addition to the 5 F1 track sessions per Grand Prix, F1 TV also streamed the Thursday “High-Speed” Track Test at each event, however this was not made available for replay.
- No other sessions were streamed live, however highlights of F2, GP3 & Porsche Supercup races from 2018 were made available as on-demand videos towards the end of the year.