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12-15 MARCH 2015

The build commences...

Circuit preparations have commenced in Albert Park ahead of the 2012 Formula 1™ Australian Grand Prix. Next time you are in town, stop and check it out!

The Chicane Pavilion on Turn 1 and Fangio Grandstand are the first facilities to be built and the first of the 11km of track barriers have been installed. Keep an eye out for the barriers on the back of our trucks from Altona... these are the first of 3000 round trips they will make in the lead up to the event!

Report Card - Marussia Virgin Racing Team

For 2011, Virgin paired regular driver Timo Glock with their reserve driver Jerome D’Amrosio who replaced Brazilian Lucas di Grassi from 2010

It is the second consecutive time for the team to finish last in the Constructors standings and must improve to confirm the teams future



Updates for Season 2012

Frenchman Charles Pic has been drafted into the team, who finished 4th in the GP2 Series with Spanish Barwa Addax Team, where drivers like Sergio Perez, Vitaly Petrov and Romain Grosjean cut their teeth

2011 – The season that was

It was, in that well-worn sporting cliché, a season of two halves: that is, if you call one half Sebastian and the other half Vettel.

In a 19-race season (shortened by one when the political unrest in the Middle East led to the cancellation of Bahrain’s Grand Prix), the 24-year-old German won 11 times and became the youngest driver ever to claim back-to-back World Championship titles.

Seven fastest laps, one win and third in the World Championship

Mark dominated the Brazilian Grand Prix to take the seventh win of his career and his second at Interlagos. He came home 17 seconds ahead of his Red Bull Racing team-mate Sebastian Vettel.

“It was a very positive way to end the year,” said Mark. “It was my second win at the track, following my victory in ’09, and I put in a pretty tasty drive. I’d like to dedicate the win to Bob Woods, a close family friend, who’s very ill at the moment. This win is for him.”

AGPC Giant Helmet hits the road

The Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix Giant Helmet is hitting the road to Sydney for Telstra 500 from December 2-4.

In its first tour outside Victoria, the Giant Helmet will be a major off-track attraction at the V8 Supercars, offering race fans the opportunity to get up close and personal with the sport of Formula 1.

Featuring brand new livery and a number of new and exciting features for 2012, the Giant Helmet is a source of everything that is fun and fascinating about Grand Prix racing.

FIA reveals entry list for 2012 Formula 1 season

The FIA have a requirement to issue an F1 entry list on Nov 30, however there is no requirement for the teams to have their drivers confirmed by the 30th, therefore there are still many blank spaces. Let's see how it pans out in the coming months.


Red Bull Racing Renault

1. Sebastian Vettel

2. Mark Webber


McLaren Mercedes

3. Jenson Button

4. Lewis Hamilton

Quick Ten with Daniel Ricciardo

1. What is your favourite part of the Albert Park circuit?

I really enjoy the fast left and right it´s about 5th or 6th gear and good fun.

2. What is your favourite restaurant in Melbourne?

I couldn't say I have a favorite because I’ve had many good meals in Melbourne.

3. If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, who would it be?

Travis Pastrana but if he was unwell, Sophia Bush.

4. What is the first thing you think of when you hear the words 'Australian Grand Prix'?


Seven Up for Webber at last

Aussie heads up another Red Bull 1-2... Button beats off Alonso for final podium spot... Hamilton’s season ends on a low note... Vettel ends with pole record

Mark Webber kept us waiting, but the Australian’s seventh win of his F1 career was all the sweeter as it sends him into the off-season on a high as he regroups and returns to try and match runaway teammate Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull Racing next year.


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