F1 2014 Live Streaming : The Formula 1 season returns this weekend with the F1 Grand Prix of Japan live! On the Internet or on TV, Formula 1 fans can watch the Grand Prix from smartphones, tablets and laptops thanks to links provided below and on national TV channels. If you miss the Grand Prix of Japan’s live stream, you can watch the highlights thanks to videos provided on this website on Sunday 5th September 2014 at 2:00 AM ET.
The fight for the first place of the drivers’ championship remains as exciting as ever as Hamilton, Rosberg and the rest of the drivers head to Japan for the fifteenth Grand Prix race of the 2014 Formula 1 calendar. With little separating Formula 1’s top guns, the Grand Prix of Japan carries an unprecedented weight. Formula 1 fans will be able to follow all the action from today’s race thanks to the Grand Prix of Japan live stream, alongside the day’s results and highlights.
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Formula 1 fans can watch the Grand Prix of Japan live stream online or on national TV channels. Additional details to watch the race online are available here in the UK and here in the US. The TV channels which will be broadcasting the race include TSN (Canada), BBC (UK) and NBC Sports (USA).
A few minutes before the Grand Prix of Japan, come back here on TechNews.org to know everything about the live stream of the race. At the end of the race, fans can also watch the highlights from the Grand Prix of Japan.
Grand Prix of Japan Live Stream
It took three practice sessions and yesterday’s qualifying sessions to nail down the favorites for this year’s Grand Prix of Japan. The Suzuka circuit, hosting Japan’s Grand Prix race, is characterized by its technical demeanor, boasting no less than 18 curves. With technicalities and speed important factors, all is to fight for in Japan. Alongside the usual favorites, however, springs up an unlikely candidate to take home victory from the Grand Prix of Japan.
This will be the fifth time that the Formula 1 calendar visits the Suzuka circuit for the Grand Prix of Japan, and Vettel heads back as one of the most experimented drivers. Starting just ninth today, Vettel has won four of those five Grand Prix races, including both times on his last two visits. Far from the pundits’ favorite to win the race, Vettel could still spring a surprise, and Formula 1 fans will be able to follow him and the rest of the drivers thanks to the Grand Prix of Japan live stream.
Grand Prix of Japan Preview
Apart from Vettel, three more drivers will be under the spotlight in Japan’s Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, both racing for Mercedes, are only separated by three points, whilst Daniel Ricciardo lies sixty points away from first place in third position. The three of them will be expected to mount a serious challenge in Asia, yet only one driver will obtain Japan’s 25 points.
Lewis Hamilton has won his past two Grand Prix races, and heads into the Grand Prix of Japan with a new-found three-point lead over Rosberg. Nico Rosberg has won four Grand Prix races – three less than his Mercedes teammate – yet his overall performances have seen him challenge Hamilton for the whole 2014 Formula 1 calendar. Formula 1 fans will be able to follow their favorite drivers on Sunday thanks to the Grand Prix of Japan live stream, available just before the race starts.
Grand Prix of Japan Video of Race and Highlights
The heated two-horse race atop the Formula 1’s drivers’ championship resumes today in the Grand Prix of Japan. Will Hamilton put distance between him and Rosberg, or will the latter retrieve the top spot? The 2014 Formula 1 calendar heads to Japan for the fifteenth race of the season, the fifth in the Suzuka circuit, and Formula 1 fans will be able to follow all the action thanks to the Grand Prix of Japan live stream, including the race’s best highlights and results.
Before the Grand Prix of Japan starts, come back on TechNews.org for more information and details to watch the Grand Prix of Japan’s live stream here in the UK and here in the US. You can also watch the race’s highlights once they’re over, thanks to videos provided on this website.
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