Formula 1’s streaming service goes live in Latin America

Formula 1’s new streaming service, called F1 TV, is already operational in Latin America, ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix, which will take place this weekend. In Mexico, F1 TV’s top tier costs MX$ 169 (USD 8.6) per month or MX$ 1,349 (USD 69) per year (as a promotion).
The service is also active in Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Peru, among others. In this case, the prices are announced in dollars: USD 8.99 per month and USD 71.99 per year. According to its website, the F1 TV Pro package is not yet available in Brazil. The plan will offer commercial-free live streams of each race, access to all 20 driver on-board cameras throughout every race session and the possibility of personalizing the content.
A less expensive, non-live subscription tier, called F1 TV Access, has a price of USD 2.99 per month and USD 24.29 per year. This option will provide live race timing data and radio commentary, as well as extended highlights of each session from the race weekend.
The technological partners of the project are Tata Communications, NBC Playmaker, iStreamPlanet, CSG and Ostmodern.