Spark Sport and Formula 1 team up to bring F1 TV Pro to Aotearoa
From today, Spark Sport subscribers will have free access to the new F1Â® TV Pro service. Newly launched in New Zealand, the service offers a whole new level of access to fans, taking them to the heart of the action and in control of their F1Â® experience.
Image: F1 TV Pro interface
Spark Sport Director Jeff Latch says F1Â® TV Pro is the latest in sports viewing technology, so it made a lot of sense to pair it with Spark Sport.
âF1 TV Pro is a great service allowing fans to switch between channels and views, like Pit Lane Channel, an alternate view from the main stream and a single multi-screen view. Fans can also switch between any of the 20 onboard cameras, giving them unprecedented access to F1 racing – seeing the action exactly as the drivers see it at 320 km / h.
âWe are delighted to be able to give Spark Sport customers access to F1 TV Pro at no additional cost. This is the first value added service that we have included in the standard subscription and we believe it will only strengthen our Spark Sport offering for Kiwi sports fans.
Spark Sport offers an extensive range of motorsports in 2021, including FIA Formula One World Championship â¢, FIA Formula 2 World Championship â¢, FIA Formula 3 World Championship â¢, World Rally Championships, MotoGP, Porsche Supercup Series, International GT Open, Euroformula Open , European Le Mans Series, the New Zealand Grand Prix and the Castrol Toyota Racing Series.
The launch of F1 TV Pro in New Zealand also coincides with this weekend’s FORMULA 1 PIRELLI BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2021 and the very first Sprint event – an exciting new test format that will decide starting grid positions for Sunday’s race.
Ian Holmes, Director of Media Rights and Content Creation at Formula 1Â®, says the arrival of F1Â® TV Pro in New Zealand means the service is now available in 86 countries, allowing more fans than ever to have full control over what they want. to watch F1Â®.
âWe are extremely happy to bring F1 TV Pro to our fans in New Zealand ahead of this weekend’s British Grand Prix with Spark Sport. The event at Silverstone is still one of the biggest on the calendar, but this year is more action packed than ever. We look forward to the new era of F1 with the unveiling of the 2022 car on Thursday, ahead of an extended race weekend schedule that will see three days of competitive racing starting with qualifying on Friday. Fans will then be able to watch the very first Sprint event on Saturday and then the Grand Prix on Sunday as the title race continues.
âF1 TV Pro allows fans to create their own F1 experience with twenty onboard cameras to choose from and listen to when they want to hear the drivers talk about tactics with their team. We are using new technology that emphasizes performance and quality as it is specially designed to watch fast action, so we are excited to pair it with Spark Sport which is at the forefront of innovation in sports viewing material in New Zealand.
- Complete information on how to register is available at help.sparksport.co.nz
- Customers will need to subscribe via f1tv.formula1.com and select activate F1 TV Pro with a Spark Sport subscription
- Click on Activate so what
Synchronize my account
- Enter their Spark Sport email address and password to complete the process
F1Â® TV Pro will also be available direct to the customer for $ 14.99 / month or $ 99.99 for an annual subscription.
Watching the first of the sprints on F1Â® TV Pro will give fans the following:
- Live streaming of all F1Â® track sessions during the race weekend
- Driver’s view from 20 cameras in racing cars
- Access to the Live Team Radio channel
- Canal Pit Lane with alternate split-screen views
- Expert commentary and in-depth analysis of F1Â® before and after the races
- Instant replays and highlights on demand
- 850 hours of F1Â® archives as well as exclusive F1Â® shows and documentaries
- Stream easily to TVs and large screens from the F1 TV app
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