Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix on Foxtel coverage details



The Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix can be viewed on Foxtel. This week, the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix will take place at Melbourne’s Albert Park. Australian motorsport enthusiasts will have access to more extensive coverage than ever before, as F1 TV has been integrated into selected Foxtel set top boxes, and nearly 40 hours of live racing coverage will be available throughout the weekend.

Jess Yates and Mark Skaife from Fox Motorsport will be the primary broadcasters for a three-day event featuring F1™ and Supercars racing. The event will offer live feeds and supplementary content, and fans will have access to over 100 hours of Formula 1™ and Supercars documentaries and classics on demand through Fox Sports and Kayo Sports.

As part of an unprecedented initiative in Australia, the integration of the F1 TV app into iQ4 and iQ5 set top boxes represents a significant victory for Foxtel subscribers. The F1 TV application is poised to offer enthusiasts an enhanced experience by providing them with access to a variety of live in-race feeds, exhaustive real-time timing information, highlights, and exclusive content both on and off the track.

Foxtel Sport subscribers who possess an iQ4 or iQ5 set top box will have access to an F1 TV Pro subscription at no additional expense. This subscription will encompass a variety of entertainment programs, including Technical Analysis and Paddock Live, Formula 1™ documentaries and short-form features, past event highlights, and archives of races.

Kayo Sports subscribers will have access to additional Formula 1™ cameras, including On Board, Timing, Pit Lane, and Driver Tracker, through the RaceView feature. This feature enables viewers to watch up to four different feeds simultaneously on specific devices. Kayo Minis will be made accessible within an hour of the conclusion of the Formula 1™ and Supercars races.


Thursday, 30 March:

11:25am – Supercars Practice 1

1:15pm – Supercars Practice 2

2:45pm – Supercars Qualifying

5:45pm – Supercars Race 3

Friday, 31 March:

12:30pm – Formula 1™ Practice 1

2:55pm – Supercars Race 4

4:00pm – Formula 1™ Practice 2

Saturday, 1 April:

9:05am – Supercars Qualifying

12:30pm – Formula 1™ Practice 3

4:00pm – Formula 1™ Qualifying

5:30pm – Supercars Race 5

Sunday, 2 April:

10:25am – Supercars Race 6

1:30pm – Formula 1™ Race

The Formula 1™ Rolex Australian Grand Prix highlights one of the biggest weekends on Australia’s sporting calendar, with the Toyota AFL Premiership, the NRL Telstra Premiership and Suncorp Super Netball all in action across the weekend, live and ad-break free during play on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports.

Fox Sports is the home of motorsport in Australia, and the only place fans can watch every race of Formula 1™, Formula 2, Formula 3, MotoGP, WorldSBK, Supercars and NASCAR.

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