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Grand Prix Travel®

Make the Grand Prix a weekend to remember with a travel package through Grand Prix Travel, Australia’s premier Formula 1® travel specialist.

The extensive range of packages makes getting to the track easy, with options to suit every taste and budget. Grand Prix Travel® GP Advantage packages include:

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.

Get the season-opening 2014 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix ticket under the Christmas tree.

Ticketmaster Announced As Exclusive Ticketing Provider For The Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation is pleased to announce a new, multi-year partnership with Ticketmaster Australasia to ticket the Formula 1® Australian and Australian Motorcycle Grands Prix.

The Formula 1® Australian and Australian Motorcycle Grands Prix will significantly add to Ticketmaster’s already extensive list of sporting clients which includes the Australian Football League, Etihad Stadium, Olympic Games and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

The Australian Grand Prix to have permanent home in Albert Park

To mark 60 years since the first Australian Grand Prix was held at Albert Park in 1953, a plaque commissioned by the Australian Grand Prix Corporation and the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport was unveiled at a ceremony on Saturday at Albert Park.

The plaque, which pays homage to the rich heritage of motorsport at the famous Albert Park street circuit, will be permanently located at the start/finish line of the 1953 race, what we now know as turn three, opposite the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Four And Counting

Nine years ago Red Bull Racing did not even exist.

Today, Red Bull Racing have done what only the sport’s two longest-established teams, Ferrari and McLaren, had ever done before them: won the Constructors’ Championship four times in a row. Like those two great names, Red Bull also annexed the Drivers’ Championship in those four seasons.

With 13 victories in 2013, all to Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull have a career total of 47 and have vaulted from seventh to fifth in the all-time winning constructors’ list. The first of those 47 came only four years ago in China.

When I'm 64…

The Formula 1 World Championship turned 64 in 2013.

It also turned into a one-man show, with Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel underlining his right to be spoken of in the same breath as the greatest drivers in Grand Prix racing history.

The bald facts are that Vettel won 13 of the season’s 19 races. That matched the all-time record set by his idol and sometime mentor Michael Schumacher in a Ferrari back in 2004.

Out On A High

On a weekend of Australian Ashes triumph in his beloved sport of cricket, Mark Webber declared his own superb innings over at 215 – and walked off the F1 field with his head held high.

Second place in Brazil and fastest race lap in his 215th and final Grand Prix was a typically proud way for Webber to bow out of the sport he has graced since his headline-grabbing debut for Minardi at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit in 2002.

Let’s dispense with the statistics straight away.


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