Makes me glad that, being in the UK, I'm not allowed to sign up for it.ENGINE TUNER wrote: ↑Fri Apr 10, 2020 8:58 amEverything about f1tv is trash, even when it's free. I don't see how they expect people to pay for this. I'd be embarrassed if anything I'd ever done worked as poorly as F1tv, I'm embarrassed just watching it, Im actually embarrassed to have started this thread. These liberty parasites are something else.
Something much better, classicgp on the mobdro app
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Formula 1 has announced it will be launching an updated version of their OTT subscription video platform F1 TV for the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, with new and improved features made available to more fans on more platforms than ever before. F1 TV Pro is already available in 82 countries around the world but is also launching in Brazil (from March 9th), along with Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
The new version is available on F1TV.com today, March 8, and upgrades will be rolled out on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire tablet devices and Roku in the first half of the season.
F1 TV for Apple TV, Android TV devices and Amazon Fire TV are currently in development and will also be launched later this year.
Improvements to the F1 TV service include:
Enhanced technology: The new version focuses on performance and quality; users will now be able to enjoy streaming video at 1080p at 50fps for the first time – ideal for watching fast moving action.
Cast to TVs: – Users will be able to cast F1 TV using Chromecast and AirPlay (iOS) - enjoying live and on-demand F1 content on their TV.
Improved user experience:
Improved player controls – Users now have full control over the live stream; play, pause or rewind to watch that overtake again, across every channel, including On-board Cameras.
Improved channel switching – An improved interface allows users to easily switch between F1 TV’s multiple additional streams: Pit Lane Channel, Data Channel, Driver Tracker and On-board Cameras.
Improved user interface – A new, modern interface will allow users to easily browse and search F1 TV’s archive content, as well as F1’s exclusive series and documentaries.