F1TV stream of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend started well, with Formula 2 practice broadcast live without hitch but then about halfway through the session the feed started to hang and freeze.
A same old story with the beleaguered service that F1 appears incapable of delivering without hitches and interruptions since it was launched last year as an alternative – at a price of €65 ($72) – to traditional TV broadcasts.
The latest problems appear familiar to subscribers and are best explained by a Tweet confirming the issues and, of course, the heated reactions by long-suffering F1TV subscribers:
⚠️ We are aware of some fans experiencing intermittent issues with F1TV
Our engineers are working hard to resolve the issue and will have further updates shortly. pic.twitter.com/totg6lZatx
— The Official F1® Help Channel (@F1Help) May 23, 2019