Feel like something's missing from this weekend? With the postponement of the season-opener in Bahrain, Formula 1 fans could be excused for feeling a little low on revs over the next four days.
To fill the void created by Bahrain, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation is staging a 'Fake Grand Prix' on Twitter from Thursday to Sunday.
Presented as a series of tweets from the AGPC's official Twitter account @AusGrandPrix the #FakeGP will present the events of a Grand Prix from the perspective of a Formula 1 driver (the fictitious @F1_Driver_ ).
If you're not already a tweeter, sign up to Twitter, follow @AusGrandPrix and enjoy the action as it unfolds with a drivers-eye-view of your favourite sport.