How to live stream the F1 Australian Grand Prix
Formula One returns with an early morning start time for the Australian Grand Prix.
The first race of the season has a 6am start time (and the clocks have gone forward, don't forget), so its an early morning for F1 fans looking to live stream the opening race.
After a few years of Mercedes dominance, the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull will be looking to return to winning ways, and all the pre-season talk is how the faster new engines will make the sport more competitive.
But despite some experts and drivers suggesting that Ferrari were the early season favourites, Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton once again find themselves in pole position going into the race.
Sebastian Vettel is second on the grid, finishing just 0.268 seconds behind his rival. Vettel is followed by Valtteri Bottas in third, Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen in fourth and Red Bull's Max Verstappen in fifth.
It's shaping up to be a thrilling race and an exciting season, so check out Express Online's guide to live streaming the action online below…
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How to watch F1 Australian Grand Prix online…
Coverage of this morning's F1 Australian Grand Prix will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 HD (Sky channel 401, Sky HD 409, Virgin 511 and BT TV 402), with the build-up starting at 5.30am and the race beginning at 6am. And don't forget, the clocks have gone forward.
This means that all the action can be followed on your desktop or laptop via the Sky Go app, which if you’re an existing customer, is also available on iOS and Android smartphone and tablet devices.
Sky Go is also available on a number of platforms including Amazon Fire devices, iPad, Mac computers and laptops, Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox One.
The Sky Sports app, available to download on iOS and Android devices, will also be providing live text coverage and updates.
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If you're not currently a Sky Sports customer but can't stand to miss out on the action, you can add the channels to your box via a NOW TV subscription.
Day passes, which let you add Sky Sports channels for 24 hours, start at £6.99 a day, with a weekly pass starting from £10.99, and no locking in to a contract.
NOW TV doesn't even require a typical television to use, as it is also available on a NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, and selected mobile and tablet devices.
If you don't have access to Sky or NOW TV, then you can wait for the race highlights at 2pm on Channel 4.