Japan has been a happy Formula One hunting ground for Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel in the past. Each has four wins at the Japanese Grand Prix, with eight victories between them in the last eleven years. And each man will be desperate to add to their individual tallies this weekend. We'll tell you how to stream the F1 live from Suzuka – even for FREE in some areas – wherever you are in the world.
Following the big 'team orders' controversy last week, the reputation of Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes may be tainted. But they won't be thinking too hard about that if Hamilton manages to extend his lead at the top of the F1 Drivers' World Championship at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari on the other hand will be desperate to claw back some of that 50-point advantage that the Brit has managed to build. With only four Grand Prix to go after this one, there's no room for error or excuses. Vettel really has to win at Suzuka, otherwise he can probably kiss goodbye to a fifth world title.
The Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka is one of the most challenging circuits in Formula One, but thankfully watching it is super straightforward, and on pretty much any device. And the best thing about it…it's possible to do so absolutely free of charge. Read on to find out how to stream F1 live.
How to watch the Japanese Grand Prix anywhere in the world
If you don't have easy access to watch the Japan Grand Prix online in your country, the best way to watch it is to download and install a VPN service, which effectively tricks your computer into thinking that it's in another country. It's really easy to do, and works for loads of sporting events where live streams may not be readily available where you are:
How to stream F1 live in the UK for free:
How to watch Japanese Grand Prix in the US for free:
How to stream the Japan Grand Prix in Australia
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