Formula 1 has launched its premium in-house streaming service F1 TV Pro for fans living in India. 

Set to start at the beginning of March, the 2023 motor-racing championship season will be streamed on F1 TV Pro during all race weekends, including the practice and qualifying sessions and sprint events. The F1 TV Pro subscription costs ₹399 (€4.51/$4.82) per month or ₹2,999 annually. 

The subscription also includes access to all 20 driver onboard cameras and team communication channels, as well as pre- and post-race analysis and additional coverage of the Formula 2, Formula 3, and the Porsche Supercup series. 

A limited time, free one-week trial is also available to fans that sign up to the service early on in the season. 

Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights and Content Creation at Formula 1, said: “With Formula 1’s growing global footprint, it is vital that our fans all around the world can watch and enjoy the drama and excitement of Formula 1. 

“With access to live race footage, expert commentary, onboard camera and team radios, F1 TV Pro will provide fans with a best-in-class service to follow the upcoming Formula 1 season.”

Most recently, F1’s broadcasting rights for the Indian subcontinent were held by Fox Sports from 2016 to 2022. After the TV broadcaster shuttered its sports channels, media company Star India took over India’s F1 coverage. 

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