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How to watch the 2020 Formula 1 World Cup

The 2020 Formula 1 preseason has not yet started, but it is never too early to know how to follow all the races of the next World Cup live.

He 2020 Formula 1 World Championship starting next March once again in Melbourne and ending in Abu Dhabi after 22 intense Grand Prix.

The preseason will take place at the Circuit de Catalua in Montmel during the month of February, which will give way to ten fascinating months full of excitement to discover which driver will be the next world champion.

There will be 20 pilots who will try to get the prize, after Lewis Hamilton did it again in 2019. In the 2020 season, it was only a Spaniard who participated in the competition, Carlos Sainz Jr, after Fernando Alonso retired in 2018 .

We explain how to follow all the races and trainings on television or in streaming if you want to do it from your computer or smartphone. Who will take the championship? Mercedes? McLaren? Ferrari? Sling? Let the action begin.

2020 Formula 1 World Cup Calendar

The 71st World Formula 1 Championship starts with the Australian Grand Prix next Sunday, March 15 and ends with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, November 29.

They will be a total of 22 Grand Prizes organized throughout the world and over 10 months. As usual, the Grand Prix of Spain will be held at the Circuit of Barcelona-Catalua in Montmel.

Here you can check the full calendar of the 2020 season:

Round Date Big prize Circuit
1 March, 15th Australian Grand Prix Albert Park Circuit (Melbourne)
two March 22 Barin Grand Prix Barin International Circuit (Sakhir)
3 5th of April Vietnam Grand Prix Hani Street Circuit (Hani)
4 April 19th Chinese Grand Prix Shanghi International Circuit (Shanghi)
5 May 3 Grand Prix of the Netherlands Zandvoort Circuit (Zandvoort)
6 May 10 Grand Prix of Spain Circuit of Barcelona-Catalua (Montmel)
7 May 24 Mnaco Grand Prix Circuit of Mnaco (Montecarlo)
8 June 7th Azerbaijan Grand Prix Bak Street Circuit (Bak)
9 June 14th Canadian Grand Prix CIrregito Gilles Villeneuve (Montreal)
10 June 28th French Grand Prix Paul Ricard Circuit (Le Castellet)
eleven July 5th Austrian Grand Prix Red Bull Ring (Spielberg)
12 July 19 Grand Prix of Great Britain Silverstone Circuit
13 August 2nd Hungra Grand Prix Hungaroring (Budapest)
14 August 30th Blgica Grand Prix Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps (Spa)
fifteen September 6 Italian Grand Prix Nazionale di Monza Autodrome (Monza)
16 September 20 Singapore Grand Prix Street circuit of Marina Bay (Singapore)
17 September 27th Russian Grand Prix Sochi Autodrome (Sochi)
18 October 11th Japan Grand Prix Suzuka Circuit (Suzuka)
19 October 25 United States Grand Prix Circuit of the Americas (Ausin, Texas)
twenty November 1st Grand Prix of Mexico Autdromo Hermanos Rodrguez (Mexico City)
twenty-one November 15 Brazilian Grand Prix Autodromo Jos Carlos Pace (So Paulo)
22 November 29th Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Marina Circuit (Yas Island, Abu Dhabi)

How to watch the Formula 1 2020 World Cup on TV

The 2020 Formula 1 season will once again be broadcast live on television exclusively on Movistar +, which means that you must be paid or credited to the Motor plan, which has an extra cost of 10 per month.

Once you have hired the service, you can already enjoy all the races and trainings – and even repetitions – through your Movistar F1 channel. For the same price you can also follow the entire MotoGP programming.

Alternatively, you can use one of the options that we indicate in the next section to see the Grand Prix at streaming and connect your laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable or Chromecast.

In any case, each Grand Prix will start at 3:10 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time), after there was a change of schedule a few seasons ago.

How to watch the Formula 1 2020 World Cup in streaming

Those who have a Movistar + subscription can take advantage of the Yomvi platform to also follow all the programming of Formula 1 live from a computer, portable, smartphone or tablet with internet connection.