A frantic five weeks of racing ahead with the Singapore Grand Prix next on the schedule, and you can keep your finger on the pulse by watching on F1 TV Pro*.
After another chance to recharge the batteries following the Italian Grand Prix, Formula 1 is back at full speed with race weekends to come in the next five weeks, starting with a long overdue return to the much-beloved Marina Bay circuit
With F1 TV Pro, youll have absolutely everything you need as we find out whether Max Verstappen clinch the World Championship title for the second consecutive year.
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The final countdown
Max Verstappen is surging towards his second World Championship crown but, as the old saying goes, it aint over until the fat lady sings. Title race aside, it will still be a stunning spectacle regardless watching Verstappen face off against Ferrari under the night lights in Singapore.
You can get up close and personal with Verstappen courtesy of F1 TV Pro and their range of on-board cameras, taking you right inside the cockpit.
Meanwhile, Ferrari are also must-watch, but sadly for most of the time so far this season, it has been because of blunders and gaffes rather than taking the fight to Red Bull.
Race strategy in particular has been a real weakness for the Scuderia and has cost Charles Leclerc in particular a lot of precious points in his battle with Verstappen.
F1 TV Pro viewers can get an even closer look into Ferraris race day operations by tuning into F1 TVs Team Radio feature, assessing for yourselves to see whether there any valuable signs of improvement within the team or whether there are just more recipes for disaster awaiting them between now and the end of the season.
Lewis Hamilton also provided some Team Radio gold at Zandvoort recently as he fumed at his team over his strategy and their controversial decision to leave him out of old tyres in a Safety Car restart. He apologised, but with his frustrations mounting as Mercedes win-less run continues, the filter may well and truly be off for the seven-time World Champion.
As such all eyes will also be on Mercedes, their handling of their driver, and whether they can take another step towards rediscovering the lost magic which resulted in an avalanche of silverware between 2014 and 2021. Hamilton and George Russell will be doing everything they can to unlock as much performance as possible ahead of potentially re-entering the title picture again in 2023.
F1 TV Pro viewers can keep a close eye on both Hamilton and Russell by taking full advantage of being able to watch across multiple devices. You will also have a choice to listen to the international feed or switch to F1 TVs live team.
A new star is born
Away from Formula 1, there is a whole host of up-and-coming racing talent in Formula 2 and Formula 3 looking to carve out their own paths to the pinnacle of motorsport.
F1 TV Pro gives you access to live stream and replay every since F2 and F3 race to help you get familiar with the names we may well see on the Formula 1 grid in the years to come. The likes of Felipe Drugovich, Theo Pourchaire, Logan Sargeant and Jack Doohan are all drivers to keep a very close eye on.
As we hurtle full speed towards the season finale in Abu Dhabi, F1 TV Pro viewers can watch every session live and ad-free, and catch up on demand.
And by being able to watch online, through the F1 TV app, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku and Apple TV, you wont miss a single second of the action. With these multitude of options at your fingertips, you could even create your very own pitwall alongside F1 TVs Data Channel.
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