F1 TV Timeline (2018-present)


  • For 2020, Pre & Post-race shows were live-streamed to F1 TV Pro users (with replays available afterwards for both Pro & Access users, including the UK) before each race, except for Round 1 at Austria where last-minute connectivity issues trackside halted the planned live-stream.
  • The Pre-race show was hosted by Rosanna Tennant & Alex Jacques at Biggin Hill, with contributions from Sam Collins & Alex Brundle, and frequently throwing to Will Buxton & Lawrence Barretto at the track.
  • The Post-race show was simply a simulcast of the previous year’s Twitter & YouTube shows, hosted by Will Buxton and guests trackside, now including comments from Rosanna, Sam Collins and Alex’s Jacques and Brundle at Biggin Hill. Despite now being streamed on F1 TV, the post-race show was still available to watch via YouTube and Twitter around the world.


  • 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 (just the World Feed) are now streamed live, with replays available 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.