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Old 2 Mar 2017, 20:31 (Ref:3715915)   #1
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tjh8402 has a lot of promise if they can keep it on the circuit!
race watching in USA without cable

Hey everyone, I'm trying to find out if anyone has had any luck using some of the streaming apps out there to watch races, specifically Formula 1 and IMSA. I was specifically looking at something like Playstaiton Vue or Sling. I want something I can watch live, DVR, and watch on a remote device. I have a Sony Bravia TV, Xbox one S, and iPhone. I believe Playstation Vue has the right channels and a dvr function, but I wasn't sure if the races were blacked out on it or not and if you could watch dvrd races elsewhere besides your home TV.
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Old 9 Mar 2017, 23:35 (Ref:3717623)   #2
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SlingTV works like a champ for me, FS1/2 and NBCSN but no DVR capability so I often catch F1 at the 8 pm airing. But it streams well at home and rarely have any challenges on my phone either. Sling Blue is the way to go but sadly becoming more popular so it's up to 25/month for new users. So a decent bill and much higher per channel than cable but cheaper than the 150/month to get FS2/NBCSN here locally. If you have Sprint service there is a deal but think you need a large data or unlimited plan. Haven't seen anything about CBSSports yet so no PWC but I haven't watched it in a few years.

I haven't looked to see if the IMSA races get to FS on demand, but then they are on youtube fairly soon after the race, I think.
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It was fun while it lasted, have enjoyed the people I've met but the measuring contests and arguments over who's more insider and who's smarter has just made it not worth the effort any longer. It should be fun, not work and it's just work to find actual information.
Old 10 Mar 2017, 13:51 (Ref:3717763)   #3
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NaBUru38 should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridNaBUru38 should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridNaBUru38 should be qualifying in the top 3 on the grid

FuboTV doesn't have ESPN.
DirecTV Now doesn't have BeIn Sports.
Playstation Vue doesn't have Univisión.
Sling Orange+Blue doesn't have Fox Sports Net.
Sling Blue doesn't have ESPN.
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Old 15 Mar 2017, 11:23 (Ref:3718778)   #4
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Number4 should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
F1, Indycar, Lights, 5 NASCAR series, and ARCA are in HD online here, usually posted a few days after the race.
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