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- In-depth technical analysis from our experts
- Free leaderboard with gap times
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- Live telemetry data and driver tracker for every session (speed, throttle, gear, brake, tyres, DRS)
- Sector times and pitstop info
- Interactive driver tracking maps
- English audio commentary
- Best team radio and race control messages
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Major updates to Live Timing for F1 TV® Pro & F1 TV® Access subscribers:
- View sector times in leaderboard view alongside driver tracker map
- Compare two drivers’ telemetry, gap time and sector times with head-to-head ‘Battle Mode’
- Removed flashing animation for gap and interval data updates
Ratings and Reviews
Better, but needs to be much better
Updated 2 April 2019.
Team radio works now, but either the teams are on radio silence during practices or the app isn’t picking it up deliberately.
The timing screen changes deliver less information and different information than the old F1 app. I guess I can live with it, but for the high subscription price I expect more. The text commentary has disappeared completely, and it’s something I used when live audio was inappropriate.
So, while the improvements are welcome, this app is still not nearly as useful as the old one.
Far less information than the prior version. Live timing is way behind the actual real-time event, at least 15-20 seconds. Team radio seems to not be present at all. Driver tracker map is out of sync with the telemetry. I might as well just watch the ESPN/Sky Sports coverage as the app no longer adds value.
Fortunately, thanks to other critical reviewers they have done a standalone live timing app, “F1 Live Timing” that is the old version. Get that.
The app in general is very much non-intuitive to navigate. If it does not improve massively I won’t be renewing my annual subscription.
Warning: Race Spoilers possible
I like using the app notifications to remind me when the race is, because in my busy life, I sometimes need that. However, if you turn on notifications, they do more than just remind you that practice, qualifying, or the race is about to begin, they also send notifications when the results are posted. Usually, they are cryptic “Come see who came out on top!” type notifications, but not this weekend. Now, as a Ferrari fan, I didn’t mind the results telling me how Ferrari was fairing in practice, as I knew I probably wasn’t going to go back and watch those—I have a busy life. However, the spoilers remained through Qualifying and the race. As someone with a F1 TV subscription so I can watch the race either when it airs, or after it ends (due to other more important engagements on Sunday’s that sometimes prevent me from watching live) I was quite peeved that the notification I received told me the race results. The banner notification should let me know that results are posted, so if I want to spoil the race for myself, I can, but not give me no option about it. After being very good for the entirety of the race and not opening timing and scoring, so I could go home and enjoy the race later, the F1 app ruined it for me. I’m deleting the app. It’s not worth it to me, and I suggest others do the same, or never download it in the first place.
Disaster of an App update
The previous version needed a little work, but generally gave you Key information on one screen during the race and qualifying: lap times, sector times, and during the race, gap to the lead, interval between drivers and the ability to turn on driver radio transmissions. The new app shows lap time, gap to lead and interval between drivers on one screen but only six max drivers at a time. With the previous app, I could see the entire field on my tablet. I have to go to a 2nd screen to see sector times (really annoying during qualy) and still can only see the top six, missing drivers who have just gone out on track and are setting competitive early sectors. Graphics and color choices are also poor and inferior tot he previous version. I also found that my “no spoiler “ alert had been reset, so when I tried signing on the app with my phone during the race I the hopes of avoiding screen switching with my tablet, I was shown the Singapore (current race) results totally ruining my enjoyment of that race. Terrible update. This should have gone to a Beta release with a representative sample of fans! I will cancel my subscription if this is not fixed- actually worse than just following broadcast. - F1 fan for over 25 years
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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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