Nine Formula 1 races down, six F1 wins for Lewis Hamilton.
That is, unsurprisingly at this point, where things stand as the series takes another week off before the Russian Grand Prix on Sept. 27 in Sochi. Perhaps that breather will give everyone else a chance to figure out how to do something about the dominance of Hamilton and Mercedes. Or, it will just give Hamilton more time to figure out how to continue his lead.
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Mercedes still holes the top two spots in the drivers’ points, with Hamilton in the lead at 190, followed by teammate Valtteri Bottas at 135. Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen is in third at 110 points. It drops off precipitously from there, with Lando Norris fourth at 65 points, and Alexander Albon fifth at 63 points.
The gulf is even greater when it comes to the team standings. Mercedes is out in front with 325 points. Red Bull Racing is the next closest, with 173, followed by McLaren Renault at 106.
Hamilton is still on the hunt for Michael Schumacher’s record for total wins. He’s drawn within one victory after taking the Tuscan Grand Prix, and he could tie the record on Sept. 27 in Russia, then take sole possession of the title of the winningest driver in F1 history on Oct. 11 at the German Grand Prix.
Formula 1 racing, or F1 as the cool kids call it, is one of the oldest and most prestigious forms of auto racing. These open-wheel, single-seat race cars also pack the highest speed capabilities of the major professional racing leagues. It’s no wonder why fans love watching these slick and tense races. For F1 fans, we have the full remaining 2020 schedule of Formula 1 races below to help you know when you can see the races, and from where they are broadcasting.
If you want to watch F1 racing, but have already said “goodbye” to the hassle and high prices of cable, you still have several good options. Here is how to stream Formula 1 races if you’ve cut the cord.
2020 Formula 1 Race Schedule
Here is the full 2020 Formula 1 race schedule.
- Austrian Grand Prix: Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
- Styrian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- British Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- 70th Anniversary Grand Prix: Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing)
- Spanish Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- Belgian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- Italian Grand Prix: Pierre Gasly (Honda)
- Tuscan Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
- Russia: Sochi Russian Grand Prix, Sept. 23
- Germany: Formula 1 Aramco Grosser Nurburgring, Oct. 11
- Portugal: Formula 1 Heineken Portuguese Grand Prix, Portimao, Oct. 25
- Bologna: Formula 1 Emirates Gran Premio Dell’Emilia Romangna, Imola, Nov. 1
How to watch Formula 1 Race Live Stream Free
There are a variety of ways to watch the Formula 1 Race, but you need to start your engine with the basic details. First off, you’ll need NBCSN, which is broadcasting the race. NBCSN can be accessed through a variety of services. We’ll lay them out for you, but ultimately, the decision must be based on your budget and personal needs.
For access to a wide variety of content catered to sports-minded individuals,
is a great way to go. For only $54.99 per month, you can gain access to a great selection of channels including NBCSN. A sweet perk of Hulu + Live TV is that it helps sports fans personalize their individual experience by catering to your favorite teams and interests.
Another great option is
, which comes with more variety than ever. To get access to NBCSN, you’ll need to subscribe to the Sling Blue package for $29.99 per month. Note that Sling Blue may have a wider pool of channels that the alternative, Sling Orange, but it doesn’t include key sports channels like ESPN. Sling does give you the option to combine Orange + Blue for $44.99 per month.
If you like some variety,
might be for you. The family package through Fubo TV costs $64.99 per month and provides access to NBCSN in addition to dozens of television channels. (See all Fubo TV channels.) The same can be said for AT&T TV Now, which will cost you $54.99 per month for a list of channels that is subject to change based on your local listings and offerings.
Last, but certainly not least, YouTube TV offers is one of the more mobile, user-friendly live streaming services to date. For $64.99 per month, you can gain access to live television programming including NBCSN, which will keep you up to date for the next few weeks of the NASCAR postseason.