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How to Watch F1 [Formula One] on Firestick

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F1 is a popular sporting event with millions of fans following around the world. In the United States, ESPN has acquired the broadcasting rights for Formula One races until 2022. All the races will be broadcasted without any commercials. You can also stream F1 races with the streaming services which broadcast ESPN Channels. The following guide will explain different methods to watch F1 on Firestick.

ESPN app on Firestick lets you watch everything related to Formula One Races. Anyone with an active cable provider subscription can Live stream the ESPN channels with the ESPN app at no extra cost.

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How to Watch F1 [Formula One Race] on Firestick

{1} Connect the Firestick device to the HDMI port of the TV.

{2} Go to the Find section and click the Search menu on the home screen.

Click Search in the home screen.

{3} Type ESPN in the search bar and search for it.

{4} Select ESPN from the search results and click Get to install ESPN on Firestick.

{5} Tap Open to lunch the ESPN app.

{6} Click Settings at the top right corner of the screen.

Click Settings

{7} Under the Settings option, select Subscriptions and click ESPN+.

{8} Click Log in and you will get an activation code on your TV screen.

Activation code

{9} Now, go to the ESPN activation site on your smartphone or PC.

{10} Enter the Activation code and tap Continue.

{11} Finally, sign in to your cable provider subscription and start streaming F1 races on Firestick.

Apart from cable providers, you can also activate the ESPN app with an ESPN+ subscription (costs $5.99/month and doesn’t requires any cable provider credentials).

Alternative Ways to Watch F1 on Firestick

Alternatively, you can also use different streaming services to watch the ESPN channel on Firestick.

  • Sling TV
  • YouTube TV
  • fuboTV

Sling TV

watch F1 on Firestick with Sling TV

Sling TV is a top streaming service that allows streaming all the Live channels. Subscribe with Sling Orange + Blue or Sling Orange to stream the ESPN channels on your Firestick. It has a cloud DVR storage that lets you record 50 hours of your favorite shows.

Guide: Sling TV on Firestick

YouTube TV

watch F1 on Firestick with YouTube TV

YouTube TV is a popular streaming service and it offers 85+ TV channels without any cable connection. With YouTube TV, you will have access to four ESPN channels. It has unlimited cloud DVR storage to record the F1 matches and stream them later.

Guide: YouTube TV on Firestick

fuboTV

watch F1 on Firestick with fuboTV

fuboTV is a preferred option for people who wants to watch all kind of sporting events. It Live streams all the channels which broadcast all the sporting events including F1 races. The fuboTV subscription starts at $59.99/month and it also supports cloud DVR.

Guide: fuboTV on Firestick

By using these above methods, you can stream your favorite F1 race on the Firestick device. As the above-mentioned services are accessible only in the US, users outside the US must access the respective service to stream the F1 races.

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