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ALBERT PARK

12-15 MARCH 2015

German Grand Prix - Round 10

July 21st, 2011
Venue: NűrburgringCircuit Length: 5.148 kmLaps: 60Lap Record: 1:29.468 = 207.144 km/h M. Schumacher (Ferrari) 2004 (GP of Europe) Runaway leader...

Ferrari break through as old feud reignites

July 11th, 2011
Fernando Alonso made the most of Ferrari’s pace and errors from his opposition to take his first race win in 2011, but as they did at Silverstone...

British Grand Prix Preview - Round 9

July 11th, 2011
Venue: SilverstoneCircuit Length: 5.901 KmLaps: 60Lap Record: 1:30.874 = 233.373 km/h F. Alonso (Ferrari) 2010 F1 returns to what TV commentator...

Perfect birthday present for Ricciardo!

July 5th, 2011
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) congratulates Aussie young-gun Daniel Ricciardo on successfully securing a race seat with the Hispania...

Mark happy with competitive performance in Valencia

June 27th, 2011
Mark enjoyed his most competitive showing of the year at the European Grand Prix in Valencia. For three-quarters of the race he shadowed eventual...

Vettel on cruise control in Valencia

June 27th, 2011
The European Grand Prix hasn’t typically been one of the more exciting races of the season since the event moved to a new street circuit around the...

Australian Grand Prix Corporation to host the Australian premiere of SENNA

June 23rd, 2011
On Wednesday 20 July, 2011 the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, in conjunction with Universal Pictures and Crown Entertainment Complex, will roll...

Dywer storms to F5000 clean sweep

June 23rd, 2011
By Mark Fattore British hotshot Mark Dwyer has crushed his opposition for the second time in as many days to clean sweep the F5000 Tasman...

Whincup wins wild final race

June 23rd, 2011
A huge crash helped Jamie Whincup take out the final race and the overall prize purse for the V8 Supercars Albert Park 400 at the 2011 Formula 1...

They Said it - 2 - Alonso & Schumacher

June 23rd, 2011
Alonso thankful for recovery Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso recovered from a disastrous first lap to finish fourth. The Spaniard started fifth, was...

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