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DRIVING OPPORTUNITY – AGPC Youth Work Experience Program, Powered by the Beacon Foundation

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation is proud to partner with The Beacon Foundation to provide work experience opportunities for young students, who are at Beacon Foundation Member schools.

The aim of this program is to provide young people the ability to gain work experience, skills and confidence, as part of a longer term strategy to increase employment opportunities.

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation put youth in the front seat

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC), along with the Beacon Foundation, has today launched an innovative workplace experience initiative called the AGPC Youth Work Experience Program Powered by Beacon Foundation.

The program, which aims to address the concerning unemployment rates amongst young Victorians, provides 15 – 24 year-old Australians the ability to gain valuable and unique work experience at the 2015 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix.

Many happy returns?

It was one of the great partnerships in F1 history – but they say you should never go back. Will the reunion of McLaren and Honda spell triumph or trouble?

How are you on vital statistics? Check these out: 80-44-53-30-4-4. Any idea who we’re talking about?

McLaren and Honda would have been an educated guess, and it would have been correct. Between 1988 and 1992 those two great names raced together in F1. They contested 80 Grands Prix, won 44 of them, took pole position 53 times and set 30 fastest race laps.

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Courtney named V8 Ambassador for 2015 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation today announced V8 Supercars driver James Courtney as the V8 Ambassador for the 2015 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix.

Courtney, who is a former Formula One test driver for Jaguar, has raced against some of the sport's biggest names including Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Michael Schumacher.

The Holden Racing Team driver has enjoyed a steady rise in the sport since his 2005 debut, with Courtney's greatest achievement coming in 2010 when he was crowned V8 Supercars Champion in a tense finale in Sydney.

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