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 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.
Gasly enjoys 'positive' day despite late crashNew Aston Martin Red Bull Racing signing Pierre Gasly has revealed what caused him to crash on his first day behind the wheel at F1® pre-season...Read More
Magnussen upbeat despite testing issueHaas driver Kevin Magnussen remains upbeat despite an issue with his new VF-19 that cut short his first run at Formula 1® pre-season testing on...Read More
All eyes on Ferrari as Leclerc powers to topCharles Leclerc has continued Scuderia Ferrari’s promising F1® pre-season pace, topping the timesheets on day two of testing in the new Ferrari...Read More
Day 2 testing wrap: McLaren takes second, Leclerc leads the packFerrari flew for a second day as Formula 1® pre-season testing continued in Spain on Tuesday, but for Daniel Ricciardo, a flying rear wing made for...Read More