Stream the 2019 Australian Grand Prix for Free Without CableLast Updated by Sarah Barnes on March 13, 2019
The 2019 Formula 1 season is set to begin with the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday, March 17 and fans worldwide are trying to find the best way to live stream all the high-speed action.
Your search is over, we’ll show you how you can watch every lap of the race for free, without a cable subscription.
The easiest way to live stream the Aussie Grand Prix is through the Australian TenPlay network. We’ll show you easy it is to gain access to the site, even if you’re not in Australia.
- 1 TenPlay – Watch for free – no accounts needed
- 2 ESPN – Create an account with an OTT service
- 3 Canal+ – Create an account and get a 45-day money back
There are other ways to watch for free, but you will need to create an account and cancel before the trial period ends, and we’ll go through those options as well.
Using a VPN to Watch the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit
A VPN connects you to a server in a location of your choosing and assigns you a new IP address to make it seem as though you’re in that location. However, you must ensure that your chosen VPN service owns servers in the locations where it’s possible to access your preferred site. If not, you won’t be able to watch the race.
Top 3 Ways to Stream the Australian Grand Prix 2019
Here are 3 channels that are broadcasting the Grand Prix:
1TenPlay – Watch for free – no accounts needed
TenPlay from Network 10 is broadcasting the Australian Grand Prix, free of charge. The only catch is that you’ll need an Australian IP address to watch the live stream. If you’re not in Australia, follow the steps below to change your IP address to an Australian one with a VPN.
The schedule for the whole race weekend on Tenplay is as follows:
- Friday, March 15 on Bold
- Saturday, March 16 on Channel 10
- Sunday, March 17 on Channel 10
Both Bold and Channel 10 are available for free live streaming on tenplay.com.au/live/
Here are the steps you need to take:
2ESPN – Create an account with an OTT service and watch the Australian Grand Prix ESPN
ESPN also has broadcasting rights for the Australian Grand Prix. To watch it on this channel, you will need to create an account. This is a great option if you already have an account but are traveling outside the US, for example.
The other alternative is to watch the Grand Prix on ESPN for free by signing up for a free trial on a TV service that carries ESPN. Some of the channels that come with a free trial include:
- Sling TV (7 days)
- YouTube TV (7 days)
- Hulu with Live TV (7 days)
- DirectTV Now (7 days)
To watch the Australian Grand Prix, you’ll need a US IP address. Here’s how to watch the race on ESPN:
3Canal+ – Create an account and get a 45-day money back guarantee
With a Canal+ subscription, you can watch every single Grand Prix race this year, including the Melbourne circuit. A basic plan with Canal+ costs 19,90 Euros a month.
That said, the platform does offer a one-month free trial which more than enough time for you to watch the Australian Grand Prix, free of charge.
For this option, you’ll need a French IP address. Here are the steps you should take:
On Your Marks, Get Set, Watch!
Truthfully, there are dozens of channels broadcasting the Australian Grand Prix. That said, many of these aren’t free or don’t come with a trial period. As a result, watching the race could cost you a small fortune if you were to have to pay for the VPN and the channel itself.
Whichever option you go for, enjoy the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit!