Fans have the incredible chance to WIN* a ride in a Formula 1® two-seater race car around the iconic Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit as part of an exciting new partnership between Australian Grand Prix Corporation and RMIT Univerity.

The two organisations have partnered up to establish E-Grand Prix, which gives players across Victoria the chance to test their gaming skills.

E-Grand Prix will visit seven locations around Melbourne and can host up to four players at one time, with a host of amazing prizes on offer for the fastest gamers.

Playing the official Formula 1® game, competitors will race around Albert Park, hoping to emulate their heroes with fast lap times and thrilling overtakes.

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E-Grand Prix Launch Event 20/01/2020
Location RMIT City Campus
Name C. Calandra
Time 1:25.763

 

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Location Crown Riverwalk
Name C. Zoiti
Time 1:25.816

 

RMIT - Welcome Day 26/02/20
Location RMIT Bundoora Campus
Name H. Hickling
Time 1:26:100

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Essendon Football Club Family Day 01/02/2020
Location Melbourne Show Grounds
Name T. Dixon
Time 1:26.385

 

RMIT - Welcome Day 25/02/2020
Location RMIT City Campus
Name D. McBeth
Time 1:26.650

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