F1 TV Pro, the premium streaming service of the prestigious Formula 1 (F1) motor racing series, has been launched in India.
Via the service, fans in the country will be able to watch live coverage of all race weekends, including practice and qualifying sessions, F1 Sprint events, and races.
It also offers access to live telemetry, all 20 driver onboard cameras and team radio channels, pre- and post-race analysis, and “an extensive content library,” including thousands of hours of archive footage.
F1 TV Pro is available in India for INR399 ($4.82) a month or INR2,999 ($36.21) annually.
In addition to all races from the 2023 F1 season, which begins in Bahrain on March 5, subscribers will be able to watch coverage of the Porsche Supercup, Formula 2 (F2), and Formula 3 series.
Indian drivers Jehan Daruvala and Kush Maini are competing in F2 and will be aiming to make the step up to F1.
F1 TV was launched in 2018 and initially also provided live coverage, while F1 TV Pro provided additional unique feeds not available anywhere else.
Since then, the F1 TV offer has been pared back to provide on-demand content only, while F1 TV Pro includes the platform’s live coverage offering.
F1 TV is available in upwards of 110 countries around the world and the F1 TV Pro offer in over 90 countries.
The platform is available to watch via the web, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Roku, and Chromecast.
Ian Holmes, director of media rights and content creation at F1, said: “We are delighted to launch F1 TV for our fans in India. With Formula 1’s growing global footprint, it is vital that our fans all around the world can watch and enjoy the drama and excitement of Formula 1.
“With access to live race footage, expert commentary, onboard camera, and team radios, F1 TV will provide fans with a best-in-class service to follow the upcoming Formula 1 season.”