F1 has officially solved a problem that didn’t exist, to begin with, with the launch of its official F1 LIVE app. Now people have to pay more to watch the most spectated sports in addition to their existing OTT platform. However, not all is bad for the pay-per-view subscription model!

With F1 no longer televised in some regions, fans have to subscribe to F1 TV to watch the races. F1 TV is Formula 1’s official streaming service and is available in over 80 countries, including the USA and India. F1 TV Access offers on-demand access to over 2000 hours’ worth of F1 footage, while F1 TV Pro provides live streaming in six languages at 80+ territories. However, exclusive TV rights deals in some countries mean that the premium F1 TV Pro tier and its live race coverage are unavailable everywhere, with only the F1 TV Access tier available in those regions.
The cost of the F1 TV app varies from region to region, and there are two tiers of subscription: F1 TV Pro and F1 TV Access.
F1 TV Pro offers live coverage of every F1 Grand Prix, F2, F3, and Porsche Super Cup, while F1 TV Access offers delayed replays and highlights instead. The cost of F1 TV Pro is $79.99 annually or $9.99 monthly in the US, €64.99 annually or €7.99 monthly in Germany, and €9.99 per month or €99.99 annually in some regions.
The cost of F1 TV Access is $26.99 annually or $2.99 monthly in the US, €26.99 annually i.e., €2.99 monthly in some regions.
The service is also offering a free 7-day trial of F1 TV Pro in some countries, including India.

The steep increase in price from local television rights claims offering of stats and multiple viewing angles. This is a huge upgrade for F1 fanatics to adore and praise F1 from what mainstream broadcasters pushed on AIR. Now, spectators can watch their favorite racers perform every turn and overtake right from their arrival on the track to all five red lights going off!