In the preview of the Spanish Grand Prix the F1 TV platform was enabled in Argentina, the official streaming service of Formula 1. Regrettably, it didn't work properly and left several subscribers wanting to see the main content offered: the live broadcasts of the qualifying and the race.
F1 TV was put to the test in the Australian Grand Prix, the first date of the 2018 World Cup, and gradually it was enabled in the rest of the regions. The platform proposes to have exclusive and ideal content for the fan of F.1 through two plans: F1 TV Pro y F1 TV Access.
In addition to the live and direct broadcasts of training, qualifying and competition, available in four languages (French, English, German and Spanish), the on-board cameras of all drivers and radio communications can be accessed without Edit. Added to that is access to the file and the ability to view the content at another time.
Both in Argentina and in other countries in the region, it was impossible to follow the classification and the Spanish Grand Prix itself, which remained in the hands of english Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes).
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As reported from F1 TV the problem with streaming was in the servers, something that could not be resolved in time for Sunday. By way of compensation everyone who joined the service was promised to return the equivalent of two weeks of their subscription.
Now we will have to wait for Monaco Grand Prix in a few days to find out if F1 TV is at the level of Formula 1 itself.
Since the Canadian GP on June 10, the F1 TV Pro service has become stable and has stopped having the problems of the first two races. However, it is worth clarifying that like all Internet transmission it usually has a few seconds of delay.