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How to watch F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 live and free in Australia


Will Max Verstappen finally win the Singapore Grand Prix?

SUMMARY: F1 Singapore is exclusive to Fox Sports, meaning you can watch via Foxtel Now, Kayo or Foxtel iQ. New customers can watch for free using Foxtel Now's 10-day trial.

The European portion of the F1 season is over, with the drivers now taking to the narrow streets of Singapore.

F1 fans will be wondering if a change of continent can stop Max Verstappen's dominance, after the Red Bull driver's record-breaking performing in Italy.

What is the F1 Singapore Grand Prix start time?

The Singapore Grand Prix runs from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 September at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

It's prime time for Aussie race fans, with the main race starting Sunday 17 September at 10pm AEST.

If you're interested in watching the cars on Saturday night, you'll be able to check out practice 3 live Saturday 16 September from 7.15pm or qualifying which starts at 11pm.

How to watch F1 Singapore live in Australia

The only way to watch all the action live from F1 Singapore is with a subscription to either Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ or Kayo.

With that, you'll not only be able to watch the Singapore Grand Prix, but every F1 race this season.

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Live stream F1 Singapore Grand Prix on Foxtel Now

You can get a 10-day free trial of Foxtel Now if you're a new customer – then you could watch the F1 Singapore at no cost.

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After your free trial, to keep watching F1 on Foxtel Now you need to be subscribed to the Sport pack on top of the base Essentials pack for $54 a month.

The F1 Singapore Grand Prix is also available to watch live on Foxtel iQ, which costs $77 a month as you need the Sports HD pack.

This also grants you access to entertainment content so you can watch TV shows as well with your subscription.

While that's $23 more expensive than Foxtel Now with no free trial, it's the only place you can watch F1 in 4K.

Live stream F1 Singapore on Kayo

You can watch F1 practice and qualifying sessions with Kayo Freebies, but the main race requires a subscription.

Kayo comes with a 7-day free trial for new customers, meaning you could watch F1 Singapore live and free.

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Keep in mind Kayo's free trial is ending soon, so this might be one of your last opportunities to grab it for free.

Once your free trial ends, Kayo has 3 subscription options, which start at $25 a month and differ by how many streams you can have simultaneously.

Kayo also has a range of special features perfect for viewing F1 such as watching 4 feeds on 1 screen including a pit lane channel and co-pilot channel.

F1 Singapore race preview

Max Verstappen's dominance in Italy last start saw him extend his winning streak to an all-time record of 10 straight F1 race wins.

But if the 2-time world champion is to extend his winning run, he will need to win for the first time at Marina Bay.

With team Red Bull winning all 14 races held so far in 2023, you'd be brave to tip against them in F1 Singapore.


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With the title all but sewn up for Verstappen and teammate Sergio Pérez perhaps out of reach in second place, racing fans can turn their attention to the battle for third place.

The battle for the bronze medal is between veterans Fernando Alonso and 7-time world champion Lewis Hamilton.

The pair come into the weekend separated by just 6 points in the Drivers' Championship.

For Hamilton, this is a track where he has shown some strong form, winning in 2017 and 2018.

But we don't think it will be enough to stop the Red Bulls.

The last time the drivers were in Singapore, Pérez was victorious, although it took a slip up from Verstappen.

Fast forward 12 months and we expect Verstappen to get his 11th win in a row.

For a full analysis of your viewing options, you can check out our F1 Australian broadcast guide.

Image: Kayo

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