The 2013 Formula One season, the 64th season of the Formula One World Championship, is due to start in Australia on 17 March and end in Brazil on 24 November.
Eleven teams and twenty two drivers will contest the nineteen Grands Prix, with the winning driver and team being crowned the World Drivers’ and World Constructors’ Champions.
Red Bull Racing will be the defending World Constructors’ Champions, having secured their third consecutive title at the 2012 United States Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel will start the season as the defending World Drivers’ Champion, having won the title in the final race of 2012.
Watch Formula One (F1) Live Streaming Online
Ten Sport Australia
In Australia, Network Ten will broadcast the Formula 1 Grand Prix. It will broadcast both the qualifying rounds and the race live and exclusively in high definition (HD).
You can watch the live streaming of the Formula One (F1) on the official website of Ten Sports. You can also watch the live stream on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch by downloading the TEN Sport application.
This live streaming content is geo-blocked, which means that people outside of Australia will not be able to watch the live streaming from Network Ten.
NBC Sports Group has the exclusive US rights to all Grand Prix races, qualifying and practice sessions on all platforms and devices.
In the 2013 Formula One season, NBC Sports Group will air 19 Formula One races and 39 qualifying and practice sessions across NBC and NBC Sports Network. Four races will air on NBC, one will be on CNBC and the remaining 14 will be on NBC Sports Network.
In addition to the races, NBC Sports Network will air one of the Friday practices for each race and each qualifying session.
You can watch the live streaming of all the races on NBC Sports Live Extra, the NBC Sports Group’s live-stream platform that is available online, as well as on mobile and tablet apps.
The BBC and Sky Sports are sharing rights to UK Formula One coverage. Sky Sports will show every race, qualifying and practice session live and uninterrupted, whilst the BBC will broadcast half the races, and qualifying sessions for those events, live.
The BBC Sport website will broadcast a simulcast of the TV and radio output, and at live races will also have the ‘driver tracker’, on-board cameras and a pit-lane stream.
You can also watch Formula One live streaming on BBC Sport smartphone app, available for iPhone and Android devices. The app brings together BBC Sport’s live and on-demand video coverage, along with news, features and stats.
Fox Sports Asia
Fox Sports Asia (Earlier ESPN STAR Sports) has a five year deal to broadcast the formula One (F1) World Championships across all its major territories in Asia excluding China, in addition to full and exclusive TV rights for India.
You can watch the Formula 1 (F1) live streaming on the official website of Fox Sports Asia. It also offers Formula 1 (F1) related information including the latest news, race schedule, driver and team standings, and highlights.