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12-15 MARCH 2015

What's The Point?

If the powers that be have their way, the end of the 2014 FIA Formula 1 World Championship season will have a novel twist to it.

The F1 Strategy Group and the Formula 1 Commission recently announced a plan to award double points for the final race of the season, which at this time is scheduled for Abu Dhabi on November 23.

Behind this initiative, apparently, is the desire to “maximize focus on the Championship until the end of the campaign”, i.e. to ensure that the title race remains alive right up to the final laps of a long and gruelling season.

Daniil Kyvat

Daniil Kyvat
Born Origin
Team F1 Debut
Career statistics to end 2013
Race(s) Win(s)
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When your name is DaniilVyacheslavovich Kvyat, it’s just as well for us Westerners that you like to be called Dany.

Kvyat was born in Ufa, which is in the Russian republic of Bashkortostan, approximately 1000 kilometres due east of Moscow, but moved with his family to Rome to further his racing career.

He will still be 19 when he makes his F1 debut in Melbourne, turning 20 on the weekend of round three in Bahrain.

Kevin Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen
Born Origin
Team F1 Debut
Career statistics to end 2013
Race(s) Win(s)
Pole Position(s) Fastest Lap(s)

Looking back on McLaren’s 50th year in F1 – one of their worst – you might be surprised by what rookie Kevin Magnussen said when his signing was announced.

“I’ll put it simply: this team is the best,” said the young Dane, whose father Jan made his own F1 debut in a McLaren in the Pacific Grand Prix in Japan in 1995.

“It's been my dream to drive for McLaren ever since I was a small kid,” Magnussen Jr. continued, “and it's no exaggeration to say that I've dedicated almost every day of my life to achieving the goal of becoming a McLaren Formula 1 driver.”

The Swisse Color Run Launches Grand Prix Edition

Following hot on the heels of its massive event at Flemington Racecourse on November 24, The Swisse Color Run today announced that the world famous Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit will play host to ‘The Swisse Color Run Grand Prix Edition’.

The Sunday March 2, 2014 event will see an expected 20,000 eager ‘Color Runners’ take to the track for the ‘Happiest 5k on the Planet’, running along the very same roads, that just two weeks later, will welcome motorsport elite from around the world.

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Gold and Grease to battle it out in the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge

Olympic Gold Medallist, Torah Bright, and Grease the Musical star, Rob Mills have today been announced as the third and fourth drivers to take part in the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge at the 2014 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix.

Australia’s first ever Olympic snowboarding gold medallist, Torah Bright, has an action packed year ahead of her in 2014. In February, Bright will compete in the Sochi Winter Olympics before heading home to Australia to fulfil her burning ambition of racing in the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge.

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General Admission

Well known as a favourite of F1 teams and drivers alike, the Albert Park street circuit is the perfect setting for the opening round of the 2015 FIA Formula One World Championship™.

General Admission fans can enjoy all the on-track action from a variety of vantage points as well as a bumper line-up of entertainment away from the track.

Looking For The Perfect Christmas Gift?

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for a motorsport-loving friend or family member? A $79* general admission ticket to the 2014 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, March 13-16, is an F1 fan's dream stocking stuffer.

Enjoy the race action from a variety of vantage points, a bumper entertainment line-up away from the track and the thrills, spills and drama that fans have come to expect from the Albert Park circuit.

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