Formula 1 have announced that their premium, over-the-top service F1TV will be made free for the next 30 days, opening up hundreds of hours of F1 content from full races to exclusive documentaries.
The move from F1 comes as the group has been delving through the archives in search of classic races to stream on their social media platforms and website to reconcile with fans who are missing out on racing with the postponement of the 2020 season.
So far, the coronavirus-induced break has brought fans streams of the 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix, 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix, 1997 European Grand Prix, 1996 Monaco Grand Prix and on Saturday 11th at 2PM UTC, the 2019 Italian Grand Prix will be replayed on F1.com and the official F1 YouTube page.
The offer can be redeemed here and will grant you 30 days of F1TV Access for free. Containing over 650 races from the past four decades, as well as a catalogue of F1 documentaries and exclusives in its archive, it may not be what we were expecting coming into this season, but it’s surely something that can help motorsport fans through the void.