How to watch F1 Baku live and free in Australia and start time
Max Verstappen will be keen to build on his narrow lead in the F1 drivers' championship as the tour heads to Azerbaijan.
Coming into F1 Baku, Red Bull made it 4 wins in a row with success in Monaco last round, but it was Sergio Pérez who came out on top, snapping the 3-win run of teammate Max Verstappen.
Verstappen finished third with Ferrari coming in second and fourth.
The gap at the top of the drivers' championship is now 9 points with Verstappen ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, with Pérez back in third.
When is the F1 Baku?
The main race of F1 Azerbaijan takes place on Sunday 12 June at the Baku City Circuit from 9pm AEST. This follows the practice and qualifying rounds on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 June.
How to watch F1 Azerbaijan live
The only place to watch every race in this year's F1 championship is via Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now. That's going to continue for the next few years too with a recent F1 broadcast agreement. You can see a comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel here to see what works best for you.
There's no live free-to-air broadcast of F1 races in Australia for the remainder of the season. Channel 10 is showing a 1-hour highlights program on Monday nights for some of this year's races. For the Baku F1 it's at 11:15pm AEST on Monday 13 June on 10 Bold and 10 play.
Stream F1 Baku live on Kayo Sports
While the Azerbaijan GP practice and qualifying sessions are part of Kayo Freebies, the main race of every F1 grand prix requires a paid Kayo subscription. Kayo is a must for motorsport fans as it also has every MotoGP, NASCAR and V8 Supercar race. In fact, Kayo actually has more than 50 sports on the service.
If you are yet to try it out, Kayo has a 14-day free trial for new customers, meaning you could watch F1 Baku at no cost.
Following the trial period, the cheapest subscription will cost you $25 a month and gives you access to 1 stream. You can also opt for the Basic or Premium option for $27.50 or $35 a month respectively. Each package gives you an additional screen or device as they go up in price.
Kayo also has a range of awesome special features, including some specifically tailored to motorsport. RaceView allows fans to watch 4 feeds on 1 screen. For F1, this consists of telemetry data, a pit lane cam and additional onboard driver cameras. We have a full review of Kayo if you would like more information.
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Azerbaijan Grand Prix preview
Daniel Ricciardo is facing renewed pressure after a scratchy start to the season. The Australian responded to criticism this week, saying: "I haven't forgotten how to drive".
He currently sits 11th on the drivers' championship for his McLaren team, 4 places behind teammate Lando Norris.
Ricciardo did win the first edition of this race back in 2017, with Mercedes picking up 2 wins before Sergio Pérez saluted in 2021.
After Ferrari made a bright start to the season, it has been all Red Bull in the last 6 weeks and it appears increasingly likely they'll run away with the title again.
That will be further confirmed this weekend when they get the chocolates again at F1 Baku.
For a full analysis of your viewing options, you can check out our F1 Australia broadcast guide.
Image source: Kayo Sports and Sporting News website