F1 testing live stream 2021, F1 testing time and schedule: All 10 teams set to roll for the three-day-long test session in Bahrain.
Formula 1 is finally back, as all the 10 teams are in Bahrain, where the first Grand Prix of 2021 will be held. However, that event is still two weeks away. They are here for a different event, and that is for the official 2021 F1 tests.
All twenty drivers named to drive this season will get their due slots to test the cars on the track across the three-day-long event in Bahrain, a cropped version of every year’s conventional eight-day-long session.
On Thursday, Formula 1’s official social media handle released the table of how every team has decided to manage their test sessions, and there are stark differences laid by the teams suiting their interests.
— Formula 1 (@F1) March 11, 2021
F1 testing time and schedule
The testing will take place in two sessions every day, with the first session starting at 7 Am till 11 AM (UK time). Then there will be an hour break before teams return from 12 pm–4 pm (UK time).
While everything is on the table, Ferrari is the only team not to declare its schedule for the second and third day.
F1 testing live stream 2021
Formula 1 Pro TV
F1 has decided to give access to the test session via its app to those who are the paid subscribers of its TV channel in six languages. However, there are only 85 countries that can access live testing through the app.
ARGENTINA, ANGOLA, ANGUILLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ARUBA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, BAHAMAS, BARBADOS, BELGIUM, BOSNIA, BOTSWANA, BRAZIL, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, BULGARIA, CARIBBEAN NETHERLANDS, CANADA, CAYMAN ISLANDS, CHILE, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, CROATIA, CURAÇAO, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, DOMINICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ECUADOR, ESTONIA, FRANCE, GHANA, GREECE, GRENADA, GUADELOUPE, GUATEMALA, HAITI, HONDURAS, HUNGARY, ICELAND, JAMAICA, KENYA, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, MARTINIQUE, MEXICO, MONACO, MONTSERRAT, MOZAMBIQUE, NAMIBIA, NETHERLANDS, NICARAGUA, NIGERIA, NORWAY, PARAGUAY, PERU, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, RUSSIA, SAINT BARTHÉLEMY, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS, SAINT LUCIA, SAINT MARTIN, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES, SERBIA, SINT MAARTEN, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SOUTH AFRICA, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, TURKEY, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, UGANDA, UKRAINE, UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS, URUGUAY, USA, VENEZUELA, ZAMBIA, ZIMBABWE.
For more info, visit F1’s website.
Skysports has been the main broadcaster and distributor of F1 content. In the UK, they will be broadcasting F1 on their channels and the OTT platform, the Sky Go app.
United States of America
The live streaming or telecast of F1 live testing is reportedly set to be aired on F1TV pro, as it is among the selected countries chosen by F1’s official website to disseminate its content via its official channel.
SkyF1 will also be broadcasting F1’s official test sessions across the next three days in Germany, where they can witness their local boy Mick Schumacher debuting in F1, whereas they can also spot their hero Sebastian Vettel starting its new chapter in F1 with Aston Martin.