Car launch dates are right around the corner.
Feb 11 - Ferrari
Feb 12 - Renault
Feb 13 - McLaren
Feb 14 - Mercedes
Feb 14 - Aphlatauri
Feb 17 - Racing Point
Feb 17 - Williams
Feb 19 - Alfa Romeo
Feb 19 - Haas
?????? - Red Bull
Testing starts on the 19th - Two weeks from today.
I'd even settle for F1 torrents. There used to be a great site, FormulaMonkey, that had all the practice, qual, and race sessions, in high quality and loaded immediately after broadcast. That site went TU a few years back and I have yet to find a torrent site with F1 content that captures everything from a calendar stop weekend.
For ESPN, I only have ESPN and ESPN2 which costs quite a bit of money. I wish I could just pay $20 a month for all of the ESPN channels and nothing else.
I use Sportsurge.net, which very rarely lets me down. You get what you pay for sometimes, though. I'd much rather miss the live race and watch a torrent (especially for early morning races) than pay for F1TV or cable.
Well, for me, its now irrelevant. Called and got Comcast to do what I wanted to do in the new house, so I will not be cutting the cord yet.
I get the frustration with the ESPNU, it was legitimately a big concern of mine of cutting the cord since I knew how ESPN will transfer coverage over there if there is something more pressing (IE makes espn more money) on ESPN2.
Those of you looking to get away from cable might want to investigate YouTube TV. We have had it for a while now and we have been pretty happy with it. It is $50 a month and it has served us well. Take a look at the channel lineup and available quasi-a la carte add ons and see if it might work for you all. It has an unlimited DVR so you can store as much as you want for 9 months I think. It might get you what you want. Just a suggestion.
Last edited by tbvvw; 02-06-2020 at 11:00 AM.
All that and I watch maybe 2 hrs of tv a week other than sports/racing...
This will be my first F1 season in 20 yrs with something other than Dish...all good though.