F1 live stream: how to watch the 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix online from anywhere

The 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix is ready to roll at the Baku City Circuit where drama and excitement is on the cards. With Lewis Hamilton leading the pack for his team, Mercedes, and team-mate Bottas the only other winner this season, Ferrari and the rest have a lot of work to put in. Watching the Grand Prix is much easier however, and you're in the right place to see how to get an F1 live stream from absolutely anywhere.

The Baku City Circuit was home to its first Grand Prix in 2017 and last year saw one of the best races of the season with plenty of drama. Ultimately it was Hamilton who won the race. Crashes were plentiful with Daniel Ricciardo, the 2017 winner at this course, and Max Verstappen colliding despite both being Red Bull drivers. Then, behind the safety car, Romain Grosjean smashed into a wall head-on. 

Debris from that madness led to Bottas ending the race early with just three laps left while Vettel had a flat tyre. But having set the lap record here it's Sebastian Vettel who could impress this year, presuming the 2017 winner Daniel Ricciardo doesn't get there first. All that said, Hamilton has won the last two races of the 2019 F1 season will want to continue that streak.

You can catch all the racing action live from anywhere you happen to be using this guide. Read on to find out how to live stream F1 action.

How to watch the Azerbaijan Grand Prix from outside your country

To see how you can live stream the Azerbaijan Grand Prix action in the UK, Australia, the US, Canada and New Zealand, then scroll a little further down this page to see the broadcast options. But if you try and tune in to your native stream from outside your country, you'll quickly discover that it's geo-blocked.

How to stream F1 live from Azerbaijan in the UK:

How live stream the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Australia

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How to watch a Azerbaijan F1 live stream in the Canada:

How to get an F1 live stream in New Zealand

Source of the article – TechRadar

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