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How to watch and live stream Formula One in 2024

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Few sports capture the exhilaration of nations like Formula One. From blistering battles down the straight to canny moves in the corners, the biggest motorsport carnival in the world is back again for another thrilling 2024 season.

Three-time world champion Max Verstappen is in the box seat to continue his unprecedented dominance of the field, but with plenty of others lining up on the grid - from team-mate Sergio Perez to great rivals Charles Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton - there will be no shortage of drama throughout.

But just how can you tune in to catch all the action from across the globe this year? Below, GOAL guides you through your viewing options for another thrilling year of F1 in 2024.

What is the next round of the 2024 Formula One season?

The Canada Grand Prix is the next round of the 2024 Formula One season, and all teams will travel to Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. The Canada GP has taken place since 1967. After 1978 the Canadian Grand Prix moved to Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Notre Dame Island in Montreal, Quebec.

In 2005 the Candian Grand Prix was the most watched Formula One Grand Prix in the world. It was also the third most watched sporting event after Super Bowl 39 and the UEFA Champions League.

Monaco-born, Charles Leclerc won a home Gran Prix, after a first lap crash led to a pile up. Lecerlc pipped race contenders Oscar Piastri, Lando Norris and Carlo Sainz to secure Ferrari's second win of 2024.

How to watch the 2024 Monaco Grand Prix

Viewers in the United States can watch the 2024 Monaco Grand Prix through ESPN. That includes the main race, though additional coverage of practice sessions, the spring race, and qualifying periods across the weekend are on ESPN+, offering round-the-clock coverage from Friday through Sunday.

ESPN+ will have everything you need to relax and enjoy a weekend of F1 live from Miami. Plans for ESPN+ start at $10.99/month, with the most expensive monthly subscription being the Disney Bundle Trio at $14.99/month. A discounted annual subscription is also available.

2024 Formula 1 season schedule

Round 1BahrainFeb 29 - Mar 2
  1. Max Verstappen
  2. Sergio Perez
  3. Carlos Sainz
Round 2Saudi ArabiaMar 7 - 9
  1. Max Verstappen
  2. Sergio Perez
  3. Charles Leclerc
Round 3AustraliaMar 22 - 24
  1. Carlos Sainz
  2. Charles Leclerc
  3. Lando Norris
Round 4JapanApr 5 - 7
  1. Max Verstappen
  2. Sergio Perez
  3. Carlos Sainz
Round 5ChinaApr 19 - 21
  1. Max Verstappen
  2. Lando Norris
  3. Sergio Perez
Round 6MiamiMay 3 - 5
  1. Lano Norris
  2. Max Verstappen
  3. Charles Leclerc
Round 7ItalyMay 17 - 19
  1. Max Verstappen
  2. Charles Leclerc
  3. George Russell
Round 8MonacoMay 24 - 26
  1. Charles Leclerc
  2. Oscar Piastri
  3. Carlos Sainz Jr
Round 9CanadaJun 7 - 9
Round 10SpainJun 21 - 23
Round 11AustriaJun 28 - 30
Round 12Great BritainJul 5 - 7
Round 13HungaryJul 19 - 21
Round 14BelgiumJul 26 - 28
Round 15NetherlandsAug 23 - 25
Round 16ItalyAug 30 - Sep 1
Round 17AzerbaijanSep 13 - 15
Round 18SingaporeSep 20 - 22
Round 19United StatesOct 18 - 20
Round 20MexicoOct 25 - 27
Round 21BrazilNov 1 - 3
Round 22United StatesNov 21 - 23
Round 23QatarNov 29 - Oct 1
Round 24Abu DhabiDec 6 - 8

What TV channels show F1 on US TV?

Essential channels: ESPN, ESPN+, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, ABC

To watch every Sunday race throughout the F1 season requires ESPN and ESPN+. Races are also simulcast over ABC occasionally. However, most local channels won't have much to offer.

For full race weekend coverage, including practice sessions, qualifying and sprints, you'll also require ESPNU and ESPNEWS.