Vintage79
Vintage79 New Reader
9/12/21 1:55 p.m.

Searching for information and advice since we just got a suitable internet connection for streaming TV.  Found the 2013 Off Topic thread regarding streaming TV, with some limited information, none newer than 2013.

We want ability to watch live Formula 1, IndyCar, NASCAR, and various sports car racing series, as well as old movie channels like AMC and TCM.  Pay per view for recent movies would be fine; we don't watch enough to make a premium movie channel economical for us.

I realize we will have to use more than one streaming service.  Will appreciate current advice for better ways to combine these viewing priorities.

Thanks, all

Don

bmw88rider
bmw88rider UltraDork
9/13/21 9:45 a.m.

I use the Hulu Live streaming service for all of that. They don't usually have the races in the on demand stuff so you have to either record it in the Cloud DVR. 

 

Otherwise, you'll basically have Peacock for IndyCar and some Nascar, ESPN for F1 or the actual F1 TV streaming service, IMSA.TV (Which is free at least) for the non Weathertech races, and then other stuff you'd have to look for. 

 

By the time I added it up, I would have been within $15 a month for all of the individual memberships and still not covering everything I'd want to watch. IT's still a lot cheaper than the equivalent cable package. 

Wally (Forum Supporter)
Wally (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
9/13/21 10:03 a.m.

I watch a lot of YouTube.  For older races I keep getting ads to try this. I haven't yet but it looks interesting 

https://www.dukevideo.com/Le-Mans

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