It's back, and according to NBCSN, Formula 1 viewership has doubled since 2013. Why not get in on the action? Here's a quick guide to get you started in the right direction. You can watch all 20 races across all of NBC Sports' family of networks, not to mention NBCSports.com, as well as on the NBC Sports App.
Full Formula 1 Racing Schedule
I'm liking this format from the Formula 1 site a lot. Instead of just a black and white list, running down the page, you're given calendar tiles to click on. Each tile represents each race, loaded with information. It gives you the date when the first race was held at each particular track, a comprehensive map of the track, the number of laps, circuit length, race distance, the best lap record, a break down of times (practices, qualifying and the race itself), links to tickets, time table, results, as well as a video of race highlights, and an onboard lap video. All of the above information is provided for each individual race.
If you're looking for more of a spartan, no-nonsense schedule, it can be found at this Fox sports link.
Accessing each race online is very simple. All one has to do is go to the NBCS Live site, login with their cable or TV provider credentials, and click play on the scheduled race. It's as simple as that.
NBC Sports App
You can download the NBC Sports App, which works on a vast number of devices. You can login to the app with the same username and password you use with your cable or TV provider.
Replays and Highlights
For those of you who either missed a particular race, or chose to watch it later, you can find replays and highlights, here on Formula 1's Youtube channel.