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Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream

Watching live motorsports can be done in a lot of different ways. Some people prefer watching it on cable/satellite TV, while others prefer the live streaming option. Nowadays, all the sports are live-streamed on different platforms as people prefer watching them on their smart devices. Just like other sports, Formula 1 is also live-streamed on various platforms. So, to help you guys to learn about all the live streaming platforms for Formula 1, we have decided to share live streaming guides for different races. Today, we are going to discuss the Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 live stream. So, to learn all about it, you need to read the article to the end. But, first, let us tell you guys about the start of the 2021 season.

Formula 1 2021 Season

The first two races of the 2021 season were quite promising and we are hoping to see the same in the 3rd race of the season in Portugal. From the start of the season, two teams Mercedes and RedBull have the fastest cars on the grid. Everybody knows that Mercedes have the best car in Formula 1 for the last few years. But, this time RedBull has improved quite massively. Thanks to their engine supplier Honda who has brought 2022 prototype engine for this year. As Honda will be leaving the sport at the end of this season. So, they are looking to end on a high which is why all the engine modifications were brought in this year.

Mercedes is obviously the strongest team but RedBull will definitely give them a tough time this season. The rest of the teams are also looking good and they will try to do better from the last season. McLaren and Ferrari are looking good as compared to other midfield teams like Aston Martin Mercedes, Alpine Renault F1 and Alpha Tauri. Both teams have a new driver lineup, Carlos Sainz has made the switch from McLaren to Ferrari and Daniel Ricciardo joined McLaren from Renault. So, it will be interesting to see which team will grab the third spot in the constructor championship.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream

This season we are going to see Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher son Mick Schumacher. He is driving for the Haas Ferrari F1 team. Haas F1 team signed him after he won the Formula 2 championship in 2020. So, it is interesting to see how he will perform throughout the season.

Current F1 2021 Drivers’ Standings

In the first two rounds, we get to see two different race winners as Lewis Hamilton won the race in Bahrain and Max Verstappen won the race in Imola. However, Lewis Hamilton is leading the standings as he is ahead with 1 point from Max Verstappen. If you want to know about the current driver standings, see the following table.

Position Driver Car Points
1 Lewis Hamilton MERCEDES 44
2 Max Verstappen RED BULL RACING HONDA 43
3 Lando Norris MCLAREN MERCEDES 27
4 Charles Leclerc FERRARI 20
5 Valtteri Bottas MERCEDES 16
6 Carlos Sainz FERRARI 14
7 Daniel Ricciardo MCLAREN MERCEDES 14
8 Sergio Perez RED BULL RACING HONDA 10
9 Pierre Gasly ALPHATAURI HONDA 6
10 Lance Stroll ASTON MARTIN MERCEDES 5
11 Yuki Tsunoda ALPHATAURI HONDA 2
12 Esteban Ocon ALPINE RENAULT 2
13 Fernando Alonso ALPINE RENAULT 1
14 Kimi Räikkönen ALFA ROMEO 0
15 Antonio Giovinazzi ALFA ROMEO 0
16 George Russell WILLIAMS MERCEDES 0
17 Sebastian Vettel ASTON MARTIN MERCEDES 0
18 Mick Schumacher HAAS FERRARI 0
19 Nikita Mazepin HAAS FERRARI 0
20 Nicholas Latifi WILLIAMS MERCEDES 0

 

Current F1 2021 Constructor Standings

After the completion of the first two races, Mercedes is ahead of RedBull in constructors standings with McLaren in the third spot. Ferrari is just behind McLaren in the 4th spot. For current constructor standings, check the table given below.

Position Team Points
1 MERCEDES 60
2 RED BULL RACING HONDA 53
3 MCLAREN MERCEDES 41
4 FERRARI 34
5 ALPHATAURI HONDA 8
6 ASTON MARTIN MERCEDES 5
7 ALPINE RENAULT 3
8 ALFA ROMEO RACING FERRARI 0
9 WILLIAMS MERCEDES 0
10 HAAS FERRARI 0

Formula 1 2021 Schedule

After the change in the ownership of Formula 1, many new races have been added to the F1 race calendar like the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and Dutch Grand Prix. Both these Grand Prix’s are added this year which takes the total number of races to 23. There was some news circulating on the internet about the cancellation of the Canadian Grand Prix which is confirmed by the F1. According to the statement released by the Formula 1 authorities, the Canadian Grand Prix will not be held this year. Instead, the Turkish Grand Prix will take place this year to replace the Canadian Grand Prix. Last year, the Turkish Grand Prix was quite a rollercoaster and provided a lot of entertainment to the fans. So, we can hope to see the same this year as well.

Complete F1 2021 Race Calendar

For a complete schedule see the table given below.

Date

Race

Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, 28 March 2021

Italy Imola Circuit, Imola, 18 April 2021

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

Algarve International Circuit, Portimo, 2 May 2021

Portuguese Grand Prix

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmel,  May 2021

Spanish Grand Prix

Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, 23 May 2021

Monaco Grand Prix

Baku City Circuit, Baku, 6 June 2021

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montral, 13 June 2021

Canadian Grand Prix

Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, 27 June 2021

Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, 4 July 2021

Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, 18 July 2021

Hungaroring, Mogyord, 1 August 2021

Hungarian Grand Prix

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, 29 August 2021

Belgian Grand Prix

Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, 5 September 2021

Dutch Grand Prix

Monza Circuit, Monza, 12 September 2021

Italian Grand Prix

Sochi Autodrom, Sochi, 26 September 2021

Russian Grand Prix

Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore, 3 October 2021

Singapore Grand Prix

Suzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka, 10 October 2021

Japanese Grand Prix

Circuit of the Americas, Austin, Texas, 24 October 2021

United States Grand Prix

Autdromo Hermanos Rodrguez, Mexico City, 31 October 2021

Mexico City Grand Prix

Autdromo Jos Carlos Pace, So Paulo, 7 November 2021

So Paulo Grand Prix

Albert Park Circuit, Melbourne, 21 November 2021

Australian Grand Prix

Jeddah Street Circuit, Jeddah, 5 December 2021

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, 12 December 2021

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

How to Watch the Hungarian Grand Prix 2021

The Hungarian Grand Prix will take place from 30th July to 1st August 2021 in the Hungaroring circuit, Budapest. The first two practice sessions will commence on 30th July and practice three and qualifying will take place on 31st July. The main race will be held on 1st August 2021. However, we can expect to see no crowd in the stands due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, it is up to the local government that they allow the crowds in the circuit or not.

Hungarian GP 2021

Though, you can watch the Hungarian Grand Prix live on your TV. F1 has given broadcasting rights to different channels from around the world and you can check which channel is broadcasting the race live in the table given below.

Formula 1 Official Broadcasters

Country

Broadcasters

AFRICA

SuperSport

ALBANIA

RTSH

ASIA

Fox Sports Channels

Indian subcontinent

STAR Sports

AUSTRALIA

Fox Sports Channels, Network Ten

AUSTRIA

Servus TV, ORF

AZERBAIJAN

AzTV, Idman Azerbaycan

BELGIUM

RTBF, Telenet, Play Sport Open, VRT

BOSNIA

Sport Klub

BRAZIL

Bandeirantes

BULGARIA

Nova, Diema Sport

CANADA

RDS, RDS 2, TSN, Noovo

CHINA

CCTV, Tencent, Guangdong TV, Great Sports TV

CROATIA

Sport Klub

CYPRUS

Cytavision

CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA

AMC

DENMARK

TV3+, TV3 Sport, Viasat

ESTONIA

Viaplay

EURASIA

Setanta Sports

FINLAND

C More Max, MTV

FRANCE

Canal+

GERMANY

Sky Deutschland, RTL

GREECE

ERT, Cosmote TV

HUNGARY

M4

ICELAND

Viaplay

ISRAEL

The Sports Channel

ITALY

Sky Italia, TV8

JAPAN

Fuji TV, DAZN

KOSOVO

Sport Klub

LATIN AMERICA

Fox Sports Channels, ESPN

LATVIA

Viaplay

LITHUANIA

Viaplay

LUXEMBOURG

RTL TlL tzebuerg

MACEDONIA

Sport Klub

MALTA

Go Sports

MENA

MBC

MONTENEGRO

SportKlub

NETHERLANDS

Ziggo, NOS

NEW ZEALAND

Spark Sport

NORWAY

Viasat, Viasport 1, Viasport+, Viasat 4

POLAND

Eleven Sports, Polsat

PORTUGAL

Eleven Sports

ROMANIA

Digisport, Telekom Romania, Look Sport

RUSSIA

Match TV

SERBIA

SportKlub

SLOVENIA

SportKlub

SPAIN AND ANDORRA

F1 DAZN

SWEDEN

Viasat, Viasat Motor, TV10

SWITZERLAND

SRF, RSI, RTS

TURKEY

S Sport, S Sport Plus

UKRAINE

Setanta

UNITED KINGDOM

USA

ESPN, ESPN Deportes

How to Watch the Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream

Live streaming isn’t something that is new. There are many TV networks that have launched live streaming service to cater to the needs of different people. As we have told you earlier, people nowadays don’t want to sit in front of a TV to watch live sports. They want to see the sports live from anywhere they want like on a train, bus stop or even in an office. They want the quickest way possible and live streaming is the best thing that sports fans have. The broadcasting networks we have mentioned above have live streaming services like Sky Sports, DAZN, ESPN, etc. All these major networks provide live F1 streams to the users. So, if you want to enjoy the live streaming of the Hungarian Grand Prix then you need to get subscribed to these networks.

How to Watch the Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream in the UK

There are two networks that have the broadcasting rights to show the live coverage of Formula 1 in the UK. Sky Sports and C4 are the channels that show all the F1 races live in the United Kingdom. If you’re not a subscriber of any one of the services then you need to get subscribed to any one of the first. Otherwise, you cannot watch the live stream of Formula 1 in the UK. Sky Sports has a cable/satellite Tv channel as well. However, their live streaming service is quite good and you can enjoy all the races live in HD quality.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream

Where to Watch the Live Streaming of the Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 in the US

ESPN is the only network that broadcasts the Formula 1 races live in the USA. On ESPN cable/satellite TV channel, you can watch the live coverage of all the races. They broadcast all the race events like practice sessions, qualifying, pre, and post-race interviews, etc. ESPN is available on different services like Fubo TV, Sling TV, and DirecTV. If you’re using any of these services then you can watch the F1 races live on ESPN. ESPN also provides the live streaming option to the users where anyone can watch the race live from anywhere they like. You just need an internet connection and smart device for live streaming, and you’re good to go. However, you need to get subscribed to the ESPN live streaming first if you want to enjoy all the F1 live-action.

How to Watch Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream in the Indian Sub-Continent

In the Sub-continent, Star Sports is the only network that has the broadcasting rights for Formula 1. It shows the live coverage of all the races and much more on the cable/satellite TV channel. If Star Sports is available in your region then you can easily watch the live coverage of F1. However, to watch the live stream of the Hungarian Grand Prix, you must be a subscriber of Hotstar. For those who are not aware of Hotstar, it is a live streaming platform where different shows, movies and TV channels are streamed. If you want to watch the F1 live stream on your mobile or PC then you have to get subscribed to Hotstar. To use it, you just need an internet connection and a smart device or PC.

Can You Watch the Hungarian Grand Prix Live Stream for Free

All of the aforementioned channels are paid and you cannot use them without completing the sign-up process. They charge you on a monthly or yearly basis. However, there are many live streaming websites where you can watch different sports including Formula 1 live for free. These websites are the best option for people who don’t want to spend a dime on live streaming. There are websites like Total Sportek, Vipbox, Crackstreams, etc. that show the live-action of different sports live. You just have to access their website. You can access it from your mobile device or PC. These sites contain a lot of ads and you need to close them before you can watch the live stream. There are various live streaming links available on these websites and you can choose any link you want. All the live streams are of high quality.

Hungarian GP 2021 live streaming

How to Watch Hungarian Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream on Total Sportek

Total Sportek is a free streaming platform or you can say a kind of blog where different streaming links are posted for various sports. It provides streaming links for Football, Formula 1, Basketball, etc. Total Sportek can be accessed from literally any part of the world. You just need an internet connection and a smart device or PC to access the live stream. It has a simple interface and you can access all the sports with few clicks. The streaming quality is good but you have to deal with a lot of advertisements. Just like all other races, Hungarian Grand Prix live stream can be watched on Total Sportek from any part of the world.

Why you need a VPN to Access Official Formula 1 Live Stream

VPN is something that we use when we want to access any blocked content in our area. With VPN, you can simply change your online location and deceive your internet service provider that you’re from another country. You can do the same for official live streams as well. Because the official live streaming platforms aren’t available in all parts of the world and you get a geo-restriction error when you try to access the live stream. However, with a VPN, you can show the broadcaster that you’re from the local area and the streaming administrators unblock the live streaming for you. Though, you must use a good quality VPN if you want to mask your original location. VPNs like ExpressVPN, NordVPN, and CyberGhost provide good protection from cybercriminals and allow you to access the geo-restricted live stream.

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