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Formula 1 roars back onto our TV screens today with the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix live from Sakhir. Red Bull's Max Verstappen went quickest in first, second and third practice – can he convert that pace into pole when qualifying starts today? Whether you want to watch F1 in 4K or for free, you'll find links below. Here's how to watch a Bahrain Grand Prix live stream from anywhere in the the world.

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After 105 days off, we'd like to extend a warm welcome (26°C in fact) to the Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2021. The season opener will take place under floodlights over 57 laps of the 5.412-kilometre Bahrain International Circuit. We'll get into the latest gossip from paddock in a moment, but here's a guide to the timings:

Practice 1: 11.30am, Fri 26th March
Practice 2: 3pm - 4pm, Fri 26th March
Practice 3: 12pm - 1pm, Sat 27th March
Qualifying: 3pm - 4pm, Sat 27th March
Grand Prix: 4pm - 6pm, Sun 28th March

Red Bull's flying Dutchman, Max Verstappen, edged out the Mercedes cars in practice one, two and three and looks odds on for a shock pole. As Sky's Martin Brundle commented, "The car looks like it's on rails".

Seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton was second in FP3, Pierre Gasly was third and in the Alpha Tauri, Bottas was fifth, Perez sixth and Kimi Raikkonen an impressive seventh in the Alfa Romeo.

Meanwhile, George Russell is eyeing up a permanent move to Mercedes in 2022 and says he can "win race with the right car". German rookie Mick Schumacher says he's ready to emulate his "idol" father in Team Haas but it seems the 2021 Haas car hasn't progressed much since 2020.

Naturally questions remain over Fernando Alonso's return to F1 this season, and it will be interesting to see how Red Bull's Max Verstappen copes with a teammate as ruthless and skilled as Sergio Perez. Put simply, the scene is set for an historic F1 season.

And since Bahrain will be the fans' first chance to weigh up the new line-ups, liveries and rivalries you won't want to miss a second. Follow our guide to watch a Bahrain Grand Prix live stream from anywhere in the world.

Want to watch the entire F1 season from start to finish? F1 TV Pro is the way to go. Fans in the USA can subscribe for only $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year. Bargain, right? You can also buy it in France and the Netherlands for just €7.99 a month.

Formula 1's official streaming app includes full, live coverage of every track session and F1 race in HD. There's no commercial breaks and you can select audio commentary from Sky's Martin Brundle and David Croft.

F1 TV Pro is available in 188 countries – but not the UK due to Sky's deal to show live races. So, if you're from abroad and trying to watch your F1 TV Pro pass while in the UK, you'll need to use a VPN to access the live stream without being blocked. We recommend ExpressVPN. It comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee. If you don't like the service, all you need to do is cancel and you'll get you money back.

F1 TV Pro is available through the F1 TV website, iOS/Android apps, Roku TV and other mobile devices. Later in the year, it will be upgraded with cast support for both Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay 2. F1 also plans to up the streaming quality to 1080p at 50fps. And all for only $79.99 a year (around £59 / AU$105).

Watch an F1 live stream anywhere in the world using a VPN
Even if you have subscribed to the relevant F1 rights holders, you won't be able to access them when outside your own country. The service will know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block your access.

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) helps you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, such that the servers and services you’re accessing aren’t aware of what you’re doing. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.

There are lots of VPN providers but some are more reliable and safe than others. As a rule, we suggest a paid-for service such as ExpressVPN which offers a 100 per cent risk-free money back guarantee. If you're not happy with the service any time within the first 30-days, then you can cancel with no penalties at all.

Sky has the exclusive UK television rights to show F1 until the end of 2024. To watch the Bahrain Grand Prix in 4K Ultra HD, you’ll need a Sky Q set-top-box and a package with Ultra HD and Sky Sports F1. That starts at £45 per month, with a one off payment of £20 if you’re not already a Sky subscriber. It’s a fair whack but it’s the only way to watch the F1 live and in 4K.


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