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V8 legends ready for F1 frenzy

The legends of V8 Supercars are revved up and ready for action at the 2013 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix with the drivers set to battle it out for line honours whilst keeping a watchful eye on new recruit Casey Stoner.

All of the superstars will be out on show during the four days of racing across the MSS Security V8 Supercars Challenge with Jamie Whincup, Craig Lowndes, Mark Winterbottom, Will Davison and Todd Kelly all taking to the starting grid.

Former AGPC Board member, James Strong AO, passes away

Chairman, Mr Ronald J Walker AC CBE, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation Board and staff members express their sadness following the passing of James Strong AO.

As a former member of the AGPC Board, James provided exceptional leadership and made an enormous contribution to both the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix and the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix. He was a wonderful supporter of motorsport in Australia and his generosity of spirit will live on through the careers of those he fostered and encouraged wholeheartedly. His wise counsel will be sadly missed.

2013 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix Official Program

The opening round of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship blasts off in Melbourne with the starting grid comprising 22 of the world’s finest drivers, including two Australians in Mark Webber and Daniel Ricciardo.

Can Webber finally get onto the podium at his home circuit? Or will Ferrari, McLaren and Lotus show reigning world constructors’ champions Red Bull who’s boss?

What's It All About?


The second of three pre-Melbourne Formula One test sessions has come and gone, this time in Barcelona – a track where most of the drivers could circulate in their sleep. Come to think of it, why don’t they do that – put robots in the cars and send them whizzing round and round so that human beings don’t need to endure the boredom? It’ll come…

Fearless Nitro Circus Live riders catch Formula 1 fever

The stars of Nitro Circus Live previewed their high flying, freestyle motocross stunts today ahead of their thrilling line up of shows at the 2013 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix.

In an Australian first, Blake "Bilko" Williams, Jarryd McNiel, Steve Mini and Matty McFarren performed a series of daring back-flips and trick trains along the main straight of the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit.

Can Williams Catch The Bus In 2013?

Dateline Barcelona, February 19: the Williams FW35 is unveiled in low-key fashion ahead of the first day of the second 2013 Formula One test session, to be staged at the Circuit de Catalunya. This is where, in 2012, Pastor Maldonado piloted the car’s predecessor to victory in the Spanish Grand Prix – the first Williams success since the end of 2004.

Is FW35 the car to build on that success and return Sir Frank’s team to the top?

Question: what was the designation of the first ‘true’ Williams, which appeared at the end of 1977?

Stoner, Coulthard and Doohan line up for Ultimate Speed Comparison

*Image from 2012 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix

Three international superstars of the track will line up against each other at the 2013 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix when Casey Stoner, Mick Doohan and David Coulthard take to the starting grid for a star-studded Ultimate Speed Comparison.

In just over one month’s time MotoGP hero Casey Stoner will take to the wheel of a Red Bull V8 Supercar, Mick Doohan a Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG road car and David Coulthard a Red Bull Racing F1 car on the spectacular Albert Park circuit.

Mark Webber: More Milestones Ahead?

This season brings 36-year-old Webber to another major landmark: round four in Bahrain will be the 200th Grand Prix of a career he began with a bang, scoring points on debut with Minardi in Melbourne in 2002.

Not only that, but Mark needs to be in the top 10 only three more times to make it to 100 points-scoring results in Formula 1®.

To put those figures in context, before he was knighted Jack Brabham raced 126 times and was in the points 53 times; Alan Jones raced 116 times to finish in the points on 39 occasions. The percentages are with Mark.


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