How to follow the start of the F1 World Championship from your mobile phone

How to follow the start of the F1 World Championship from your mobile phone
how to follow the start of the f1 world championship

This weekend Formula 1 begins and it does so in a way that is not the usual because, in the first place, it will be the first edition after the start of the pandemic that will start on the dates that it usually does every year and, in second place, He will do it in an extraordinarily rare way because it will not be in Albert Park, in Melbourne, the traditional setting for the first race.

Unlike what happened in recent years, the world championship will start in Bahrain, with quite a few novelties and many unknowns that could turn this interwar edition into one of the funniest, if the Mercedes issues are confirmed. If not, then it will be time to wait until 2022 for the new regulations to bring order and balance between all the teams.

How to follow the weekend with your mobile

Right now in our country there are only two options to watch Formula 1 on your smartphone. On the one hand we have which we have been enjoying through Movistar + and for which a specific subscription to the “Motor” channels is required (which has a cost of 7 euros), or as part of the Fusion Selection and Fusion Total Plus packages. It will be through the mobile app that we will be able to follow without problems everything that happens in the Shakir circuit, live or delayed.

Formula 1 at Movistar +.

On the other hand, since this season, the television rights of Formula 1 have changed hands and After an exchange operation with Movistar +, DAZN is the owner through a channel to which it gives its name. That is why, unlike last year, we will have a cheaper alternative focused on sports and with a cost of 9.99 euros per month, or 99.99 per year. With DAZN we will be able to see the races and a good amount of documentaries and informative spaces, many of them produced by F1 itself.

DAZN application for mobile devices.

Remember that DAZN will also offer this weekend the start of the Moto GP world championship, as well as matches of the English Premier League, the King’s Cup, Eurosport, the Euroleague basketball, etc. All events can be followed both live and on video on demand (VOD) at any time.

These are the schedules of the different sessions of the Bahrain Formula 1 GP for this weekend:

Friday March 26

  • Free training 1: 12.30pm. – 1.30pm.
  • Free practice 2: 16.00h. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday March 27

  • Free practice 3: 13.00h. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Classification: 16.00h. – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday March 28

  • Race: 17.00h.