Where to watch IndyCar 2024

Find out where to watch the 2024 IndyCar season in the UK, USA, Canada, Australian and New Zealand.


As the 2024 IndyCar season revs up, fans worldwide are eager to know how they can catch every high-speed turn, thrilling pass, and victory celebration. With the series’ commitment to expanding its international broadcast reach, IndyCar is set to captivate audiences in over 220 markets across 140 countries.

Here’s your comprehensive guide to where you can watch the adrenaline-pumping action of the 2024 IndyCar season, ensuring you won’t miss a moment of your favorite open-wheel racing series.

Streaming Direct with IndyCar Live

In regions without a designated international broadcast partner, IndyCar Live steps in to fill the gap. This direct-to-consumer streaming service offers access to all practices, qualifying sessions, and races, ensuring fans have comprehensive coverage at their fingertips.

Canada: TSN Takes the Wheel

For Canadian fans, TSN remains the go-to source for all things IndyCar. With live streaming of all 18 races, plus coverage of every practice and qualifying session on TSN+, and eight key races broadcast on its linear platforms, Canadian viewers won’t miss a beat.

Latin America: ESPN in the Driver’s Seat

ESPN brings the excitement of IndyCar to fans across Latin America, including Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico. Followers of four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves, Agustin Canapino, Pato O’Ward, and Pietro Fittipaldi will have plenty to cheer for as ESPN covers their quest for glory.

A view of the fans and drivers in turn one during the running of the 106th Indianapolis 500. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
A view of the fans and drivers in turn one during the running of the 106th Indianapolis 500. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

European Coverage: Across the Board

  • France: Fans of Romain Grosjean can tune into Canal+ for all the latest IndyCar action.
  • United Kingdom, Germany, Italy: Sky Sports continues to offer end-to-end coverage, bringing the speed and drama of IndyCar to fans across these countries.
  • Spain: Movistar+ rejoins as an IndyCar partner, providing comprehensive coverage for fans of reigning champion Alex Palou.

Oceania: New Zealand and Australia

  • New Zealand: Sky Sport remains the home for Kiwi fans of Scott McLaughlin, Marcus Armstrong, and six-time series champion Scott Dixon.
  • Australia: Fans can follow two-time champion Will Power on STAN Sport, with race highlights available on the Nine Network.

Asia and Africa: Expanding Reach

  • Japan: Gaora Sports broadcasts all races, featuring special emphasis on Takuma Sato’s quest for a third Indianapolis 500 victory.
  • South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa: Supersport ensures fans across the continent can follow the intense racing of the IndyCar series.

The Nordics and Netherlands: Full Coverage

  • Nordics: Viaplay offers extensive IndyCar coverage, including Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson and Felix Rosenqvist in their new team adventures, plus rookie Linus Lundqvist.
  • Netherlands: Ziggo Sport caters to fans of Rinus VeeKay, providing them with all the race action.
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USA with NBC Networks and Peacock

In the United States, the full IndyCar 2024 schedule will be available through NBC networks, ensuring fans won’t miss any of the action. Peacock will stream every race live, featuring exclusive coverage of the Toronto and Milwaukee (Race 1) events. The rest of the series will be broadcast across NBC and USA Network:

  • NBC Highlights: Major races such as St. Petersburg, Thermal Club, Alabama, Indy GP, the iconic Indy 500, Road America, Mid-Ohio, Iowa (both races), and Nashville.
  • USA Network’s Slate: Includes Long Beach, Detroit, Laguna Seca, Gateway, Portland, and Milwaukee (Race 2), covering a diverse array of tracks and racing conditions.

This arrangement guarantees comprehensive access to the 2024 IndyCar season for fans in the U.S., whether they prefer streaming or traditional television viewing.

United StatesNBC Networks, Peacock (live stream for all races, Toronto and Milwaukee Race 1 exclusively), NBC (select races), USA Network (select races)
CanadaTSN (all races live stream, select races on linear platform)
Latin AmericaESPN (live coverage)
United Kingdom, Germany, ItalySky Sports
AustraliaSTAN Sport (live streaming), Nine Network (race highlights)
New ZealandSky Sport
NetherlandsZiggo Sport
South Africa, Sub-Saharan AfricaSupersport

The Season Ahead

The 2024 IndyCar series promises unparalleled open-wheel racing excitement, starting with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on March 10. With the series making significant strides in global broadcast coverage, fans around the world have more ways than ever to watch their favorite drivers battle it out for supremacy on the track.

No matter where you are in the world, the 2024 IndyCar season is accessible, ensuring fans can experience every thrilling moment. Get ready to follow the world-class talent and exhilarating races that define IndyCar, all from the comfort of your home or on the go.

John Smithhttps://total-motorsport.com
Editor at Total-Motorsport.com and all round Motorsport journalist specialising in Formula 1, IndyCar and Formula E.
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