How to watch 2023 F1 Dutch Grand Prix live and free in Australia
After a month's quiet, the roar of F1 engines will be heard again this weekend.
We've reached the halfway point of the F1 season and after a month off, the racing returns for the Dutch Grand Prix.
For Team Red Bull, the first half the year was couldn't have gone any better. They'll be looking to repeat this and finish off strongly in the back half of the year.
What start time is the F1 Dutch Grand Prix?
The Dutch Grand Prix gets underway at 11pm AEST on Sunday 27 August at Circuit Zandvoort.
How to watch Dutch Grand Prix live in Australia
There's only one way to watch the F1 Dutch Grand Prix live and that's via a subscription to either Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ or Kayo.
With that, you'll not only be able to watch the F1 Netherlands, but every F1 race this season.
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Live stream F1 Dutch Grand Prix on Foxtel Now
New customers to Foxtel Now get a 10-day free trial, meaning you could watch the Dutch Grand Prix at no cost.
After your free trial, it costs $54 a month to subscribe to Foxtel Now to keep watching F1.
This gets you access to entertainment content too, not just sport.
Live stream F1 Netherlands on Kayo
While you can watch F1 practice and qualifying sessions with Kayo Freebies, the main race requires a subscription.
Kayo comes with a 7-day trial for new customers, meaning you could watch F1 Netherlands live and free.
It will be one of your last chances to experience Kayo at no cost as their free trial is ending soon.
Once your free trial ends, Kayo subscriptions start from $25 a month for access to more than 50 sports.
Kayo also has a range of special features, such as RaceView, where you can watch 4 feeds on 1 screen including a pit lane channel and a co-pilot channel.
Dutch Grand Prix preview
It seems that the only way that F1 Driver's Championship leader Max Verstappen can be stopped is if he gets into trouble with the police.
This is entirely possible after footage emerged of him online driving on the break seemingly breaking a few road rules.
But assuming he makes it onto the his home F1 track, he could equal Sebastian Vettel's record of 9 race wins in a row.
Considering he's already won 10 out of 12 races this season, plus he's won the last 2 races at the Dutch Grand Prix, it's hard to see anything else happening.
For a full analysis of your viewing options, you can check out our F1 Australian broadcast guide.