How to watch 2022 F1 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix live in Australia
The Formula 1 show rolls on to Saudi Arabia for round 2 of this fascinating season with so many things to watch out for.
In an exciting start to the season last week it was Ferrari who went 1-2 in a result that reflected the positive practice form shown by the team. The Bahrain Grand Prix saw a Leclerc/Sainz team take the quinella with Lewis Hamilton a place back in third.
Aussie Daniel Riccardo had a tricky start to the season finishing his first race in 14th place. While the Red Bulls broke down late, leaving all eyes on the race in Jeddah.
When is the F1 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix?
The main race gets underway at 4am AEDT on Monday morning.
How to watch F1 Saudi Arabia live in Australia
The place to watch every race in this year's championship is via Kayo Sports, Foxtel or Foxtel Now. That's going to continue for the next few years too with a new F1 broadcast agreement announced this week.
There's no free-to-air broadcast of F1 races in Australia other than the Australian Grand Prix. For a full analysis of your viewing options, you can check out our F1 Australia TV guide.
Stream Saudi Arabia Formula 1 Grand Prix on Kayo Sports
While the Saudi Arabia GP practice and qualifying sessions are part of Kayo Freebies, the main race itself requires a subscription.
A bonus with Kayo is that you can watch live or on demand. You can also choose to watch from the start in the middle of a live event, which is handy for those who want to watch the Saudi Grand Prix before work, but not get up at 4am.
Kayo Sports is the home of motorsport for Australians. It has every F1 and V8 Supercar race, as well as IndyCar and MotoGP. If you are yet to try it out, Kayo has a 14-day free trial for new customers.
Following the trial period, a Basic subscription will cost you $25 a month and gives you access to 2 screens or devices. You can also opt for a Premium option for $35 a month that gives you an additional screen or device. You can cancel your subscription at any time.
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. HeliCam, Race Centre, Pit Lane and driver cameras are also among the features. We have a full review of Kayo for more info or watch our video below.
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F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix race preview
The question comes out of Bahrain about whether Ferrari's impressive start and 1-2 result is a sign of things to come for the rest of the season. Or if it was a case of the venue suiting their raw speed and Red Bull/Mercedes might step up to the plate as the season moves on.
Ferrari have done this at Bahrain before, but this year does look a little different.
Saudi Arabia played host to the penultimate race last season meaning this is the second race in the last 4 to be held at the track.
What that provides is a great point of comparison, and our belief is you stick with the known form and right now that's with Ferrari.
If you're not sure who to stream with, we've got a Foxtel vs Kayo comparison so you can decide which one suits you best.
Image source: Kayo Sports website