The Innovation & Technology Hub (previously known as the Industry & Innovation Precinct) is the only place where Melbourne’s global recognition as a leading Tech City and as the sporting capital of the world meet head-on.
Melbourne is the Asia-Pacific base for some of the world’s leading innovation organisations. Also home to ground breaking start-ups and technology disruption, the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix combines these technological advances in front of an estimated 300,000 people from all around the world. Ensure your position at this global business event in a unique environment that fosters business networks, government support, world-class sport and entertainment.
Not only is it a way to offer fans further insight into the unmatched sport of Formula One and the technology surrounding it, it is also the on-site location for students who are part of the education program Driving Learning, a destination for the innovative minds of the future.
What time does the 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix start in Australia?The F1® season continues with the Formula 1® 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix at the Baku City Circuit this weekend. Australian television audiences can...Read More
Daniel Ricciardo: It’s a strong resultDaniel Ricciardo has secured his first points in Renault colours, finishing P7 at the historic 1000th F1® race at the Chinese Grand Prix. The...Read More
Vettel contending with Leclerc as rival Hamilton races clearHaving won five consecutive Formula One constructors' championships and then kept their team together for the 2019 season, it should perhaps come as...Read More
Ferrari boss: Leclerc has a right to be upsetFerrari team principle Mattia Binotto accepts Charles Leclerc would have the "right to be upset" after being ordered to let team-mate Sebastian...Read More