F1 TV is a more mobile alternative for Formula1 fans to enjoy the races from anywhere they want. With a subscription similar to many other video streaming platforms, F1 TV is everything a fan wants on their phone or TV. F1 TV also lets the users access the camera on individual cars to check out their POV. The app also has similar features that can be obtained via a paid subscription. The service is available in 85 countries and comes in two different tiers.
While these offers and features sound intriguing, there might be some problems that users need to look out for. Recent user reports indicate some issues with the F1 TV login page. Some users could not log in to the F1 TV app or website, preventing them from watching the race. An error message also shows up saying ‘Something went wrong’. If you are facing these issues, here are a few solutions that you can use.
1) Reset the password:
According to a few users, the problem went away when they reset their passwords. You can do that by selecting the ‘Forgot password’ option and verifying that it is ‘you’ who is making the changes. Once your new password is set, try to log in on F1 TV again. You shouldn’t get the error message again.
2) Countries within service radar:
If you reside in a country where the F1 TV’s services are unavailable, such errors can happen. Take a look at the list of the countries that have the F1 TV service. This list does not have all the countries, but you will get the gist of the regions where F1 TV is available.
Bulgaria, Aruba, Slovenia, Peru, Dominica, France, Austria, Belgium, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine, Germany, Croatia, Barbados, Hungary, Bosnia, USA, Haiti, Costa Rica, Switzerland, Azerbaijan, Romania, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Bahamas
If you are not from one of these countries, an easy way to access F1 TV content is to use a VPN. Use a VPN and check if you can log in on F1 TV.
3) Use a good VPN:
Sometimes, just using a VPN is not enough. If possible, try to use one of the more reputed VPN services. Also, if you are in one of the available countries, don’t use a VPN at all. Sometimes VPN can block certain websites to improve device security. Hence turn off your VPN and then try to log in. You shouldn’t get the error message this time.
4) Use a different browser:
There is a lot that can go wrong with a browser. Extensions, cookies, history, etc., contribute towards manipulating a browser’s privacy settings. To check if your browser is messing it up for you, try using the secondary browser on your device. If you can log in on F1 TV with some other browser, the problem is with the browser you used previously.
5) Try a different medium:
If you face this issue on the app, try logging in from the browser. Try the app if the problem was on a browser. Once the system lets you access your account by switching the access medium, you can go back to whatever you were using before. You should be able to log in on F1 TV without any issues.