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12-15 MARCH 2015

Two weeks' to go

What a week! We put on our best poker faces as Melbourne speculated about the prospect of Mark Webber driving a Formula 1 car across the Bolte Bridge. By Thursday we were very excited to confirm that the Aussie will ‘Mark’ his homecoming by driving his Red Bull over the iconic Melbourne landmark – at a top speed of 100kph of course.

Alonso: McLaren can't be written off

Former McLaren driver Fernando Alonso has said that McLaren can't be written off heading into the 2011 season, despite a poor pre-season. Alonso has insisted that McLaren shouldn't be under estimated with the new MP4-26.

McLaren have had a difficult start to pre-season testing with Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton both struggling in Barcelona.

A poor pre-season has traditionally spelled a troubled season for teams. With the 2009 season a prime example for McLaren.

GP Interactive - Winners Announced!

Winners of the double passes to the Grand Prix on the 27th of March have been announced. These drivers were the fastest racers in the simulators at the Grand Prix Interactive Zone:

FOO ENG - 4:37.710


ERIC CHAN - 4:39.784

CHRIS PANOZZO - 4:40.391


These winners will enjoy the Grand Prix experience on main race day.


F1 two-seater ride auctioned to support the Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal for Flooding in Queensland

The 2011 Formula 1™ Qantas Australian Grand Prix is auctioning off the once-in-a-lifetime experience to ride in a two-seater F1 race car to raise funds to support Queensland flood victims.

The eBay-based auction begins on Monday 17 January and ends on Friday 28 January 2011.


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