How to watch an F1 Bahrain Grand Prix live stream 2024

Lando Norris of Great Britain driving the (4) McLaren MCL38 Mercedes on track in Bahrain
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Looking for a free Bahrain Grand Prix live stream to watch the F1? You're in luck. We've got a choice of free live streams for you as well as some paid-for options too.

F1 2024 is finally in swing, but nothing really seems to have changed – Red Bull still look unstoppable, and the fight is on between Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes to take the best of the rest.


Outside of the top lot, Alpine seem to have suffered a blow, with the all-French outfit only placing 17th and 18th – which is fairly poor compared to last season.

It's too early to start making assumptions, but it's clear that Red Bull still have the upper hand and, for better or for worse, much of the excitement will be the fight for second and third.

Follow our guide on how to watch the Bahrain Grand Prix. We have all the details on the Bahrain race schedule and start time too.

How to watch Bahrain Grand Prix live streams

You can watch the Bahrain Grand Prix with Sky Sports in the UK, ESPN in the US and through Foxtel in Australia. You'll find Bahrain GP live streams available through their streaming services Now, ESPN+, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports too. You can watch worldwide live streams through F1 TV Pro as well.

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UK stream: Sky Sports / Now
US stream: ESPN / ESPN+
AUS stream: Foxtel / Kayo Sports
Worldwide stream: F1 TV Pro

Bahrain Grand Prix Results

Are any of us surprised? Red Bull took a commanding clean sweep, with Max Verstappen sailing ahead by almost a minute against any other non-Red Bull driver. However, out of those, Ferrari looked most impressive, claiming third and fourth, with Mercedes and McLaren trading places down to eighth, and Aston rounding out the top ten.

So, all pretty similar to last year then. Ferrari look like Red Bull's only true competition, but there's still a huge amount of work to do for anyone to compete with the Horner/Newey partnership.

Constructors' places:

Red Bull: 1 / 2

Ferrari: 3 / 4

Mercedes: 5 / 7

McLaren: 6 / 8

Aston Martin: 9 / 10

Kick Sauber: 10 / 19

Haas: 12 / 16

RB: 13 / 14

Williams: 15 / 20

Alpine 17 / 18

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