Where to watch F1 Esports

NEW EVENT:

DATE: Sunday 5th April 8pm UK Time.
GAME: F1 2019
TRACK: Melbourne – Albert Park
CONFIRMED PARTICIPANTS: Landon Norris, George Russell, Alex Albon, Charles Leclerc, Nicholas Latifi, Ben Stokes (England Cricketer), Anthony Davidson, Johnny Herbert.

During the Coronavirus outbreak, and the resulting postponement to the F1 2020 Calendar, Formula 1 has turned to Video Games and Simulators to give us our racing fix. Several large Esport groups have organised replacement virtual races in the past few weeks. We have listed some of the ones that will feature F1 drivers and other notable figures in the online gaming world or real world racing communities.

Below we list any that have caught our eye that should offer some exciting and fun viewing experiences. Max Verstappen and Lando Norris are already active in Esports streaming, but expect others to join as the delay due to Covid 19 continues to extend the delay in racing in real life.

Officially organised ESport event from F1, the second race they have organised during the global pandemic will happen on 8pm (UK Time) 5th April (Sunday) and will use the Melbourne GP Circuit (Albert Park):

STREAM will most likely be on the following TV Channels (Sky Sports F1 in the UK already confirmed):

CountryChannel
UKSky Sports F1
NetherlandsZiggo Sport
GermanySky Sport Formel 1
Spain Movistar Fórmula 1
Italy Sky Sport F1

F1 Youtube Channel will stream it live. We recommend checking out Lando’s Twitch channel though, far more entertaining to watch!

In the UK, SkySportsF1 Channel (Sky channel 406, NowTV (including BT TV add on), Virgin Cable.

Affiliate Link

Veloce YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQzi1flzJ0wFGivXZ34ugHw

Veloce Twitch Channel: https://www.twitch.tv/veloce_esports/

Lando Norris on Twitch (Streams most days): https://www.twitch.tv/landonorris

Links to Popular Streaming Sites:

Veloce YoutubeVeloce TwitchLando Norris on Twitch
Jimmy Broadbent YoutubeFormula 1 official Youtube