Where to watch Monaco Grand Prix 2018 online in Australia

Alexandra Plesa 26 April 2018 NEWS

Scheduled on May 27, the Monaco Grand Prix is a must-watch event for Formula One fans and this year’s edition is shaping up to be one of the most exciting ones yet.

Ready for the 2018 edition of one of the most glamorous and prestigious races in the world? The Monaco Grand Prix is just around the corner, with drivers revving up their engines for May 27. Just like every year, the race is held on the challenging course in the streets of Monaco, where drivers need to gear up for a lot of elevation changes and tight corners.

Technical excellence, precision driving and tons of bravery are only a few of the abilities drivers need to get ahead. The circuit leaves no margin for error, so adrenaline will run high as overtaking is almost next to impossible. It’s safe to say that qualifying in Monaco is more critical than at any other Grand Prix.

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How to stream the Monaco Grand Prix 2018

If you’re keen on watching the Monaco Grand Prix on free-to-air, you’ll have to settle for the Cliffs Notes. Network TEN only shows the Australian Grand Prix, treating viewers solely to highlights from the other races. To see the one-hour coverage, tune in 28 May at 22:30 on ONE.

However, fans can catch all the action live with Fox Sport, which broadcasts every practice, qualifying and championship race in HD. You can also stream with the Foxtel app on your mobile device if you're out and about, as the app is included for free with your Foxtel subscription.

Don’t have Foxtel, but still want to enjoy all the Formula One live coverage you can get? Then a Foxtel Now subscription might be up your alley. Foxtel’s streaming service comes with no-lock-in contracts, so you can cancel anytime. For access to Formula One content, you’ll need the Sports Pack – a premium pack you can only add once you already have a Starter Pack as part of your subscription.

Foxtel Now Starter Packs cost $10 or $15/month each. You can pick between Docos, Kids, Lifestyle, Drama and Pop. On top of that, the Sports Pack is $29/month. Consequently, in order to watch the Monaco Grand Prix 2018 live, you’ll have to pay at least $39/month.

Foxtel Now allows you to watch content from your channel packs both live and on demand. It’s compatible with a variety of devices: computers, smartphones/tablets, AirPlay/Chromecast, Telstra TV, PS4 and the Foxtel Now box. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.

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