How to watch the French Grand Prix: stream F1 live from anywhere
A big bienvenue back to the French Grand Prix. It's been 10 years in the F1 wilderness, but the GP from France has a history that dates back as far as 1906. And now at a new venue for Formula One cars – the Circuit Paul Ricard – you can stream F1 live from France for the first time in a decade.
Usually we'd tell you about just how many times the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel had won at this race, and then sagely tell you what that means in terms of what to expect this weekend. But the fact the last French Grand Prix was a decade ago means we just don't know.
What we do know is that the latter has snuck ahead on the Drivers' World Championship leaderboard after a big win in Canada. It's starting to look like a bit of a two-horse race, although the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo will be looking to close the gap at the new track.
It's clearly going to be an unpredictable weekend, and you can stream F1 live with our advice in this guide. Keep reading to find out how to watch the French Grand Prix coverage absolutely anywhere – and you can even do so for free in certain regions!
How to live stream F1 action from France: UK stream
How to watch the French Grand Prix in Canada
How to watch the French Grand Prix: US live stream
How to stream the French Grand Prix in Australia
Use a VPN to watch the French Grand Prix from your country
Unlike the UK, US and Australia, not every country has access to watch a live F1 stream. But not all is lost, using a VPN will let you virtually place your laptop, smartphone, tablet or Smart TV in a country that is showing the French Grand Prix:
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