The 2018 calendar of F1 is coming to a close after a couple of races. Lewis Hamilton has wrapped up the F1 driver’s championship. The race for the constructor’s podium is threatening to go down right to the wire. All the more reason for hardcore fans like you to watch every race of F1 live.
Potato Streams has streamed every Grand Prix of the 2018 F1 calendar. Fans have been able to catch up all the action, from free practice to the final race. There’s drama yet to unfold on Potato Streams’ F1 live stream. That’s because Ferrari has vowed to push Mercedes right till the end.
The two Grand Prix that will decide constructors’ championship
Formula 1 is having such a season after a long time. McLaren has got themselves out of the conversation thanks to their engine troubles. Renault, Honda, et al. could not manage to put a car on the grid that could challenge Mercedes. The perfection that Toto Wolf’s team has brewed over the last few seasons has been unbelievable.
Ferrari has the following to races to get back into the game of winning:
Brazilian Grand Prix:
55 points separate the top two sides before the Brazilian GP comes up early in November. Sebastian Vettel will hope that Hamilton and his team let off some steam so that Scuderia could make up the difference. Red Bull are a distant third and are destined to end the season as such.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix:
The gulf principality will host the showdown of the 2018 F1 season. By then hopefully the constructor’s championship will be sorted, and the focus will shift on how all the teams are poised for next season. The Americans at Haas will look to consolidate on their fourth spot. Hamilton will look to end the triumphant season on a high. Ferrari will bide time till the next season rolls in.
Potato Streams will have the finale of F1 live
Potato Streams will cover the final two Grand Prix live for the fans. If you can’t catch up on the race in front of the television due to time constraints, we have got your back. Open Potato Streams any time during either GP and you will find live streams to 24X7 F1 channels (Sky Sports F1). During races, there will be high quality, reliable streams to watch all the races of F1 live. No subscription charges.
Will Potato Streams have F1 live when the 2019 season starts?
You bet. All 21 races of the next season, right from the Australian GP in March to the end of November race in Abu Dhabi. Watching F1 live can be hard for people due to the global nature of the sport and the time zone conflicts.
Potato Streams puts all the races a tap away on your phone. The 2019 season begins on March 15. Catch the first practice session in Australia and the last race in Abu Dhabi all on the F1 live section of Potato Streams.