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Formula 1® Heineken® Australian Grand Prix 2022 Sunday tickets running low and almost sold out


The sport’s popularity has seen incredible growth across Australia.

Sunday tickets for the Formula 1® Heineken® Australian Grand Prix 2022 are racing out the door faster than a Formula 1® car itself.

In the past three years since Formula 1® cars last raced in Melbourne, the sport’s popularity has seen incredible growth across Australia, which is reflected in the huge sales being experienced.

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) encourages all fans to get in and buy their Sunday tickets quickly to avoid disappointment in not being able to see the big race.

Depending on the finalization of the build associated with grandstands, corporate facilities, music and entertainment zones and newly configured general admission viewing hubs this would see the venue’s capacity max out at somewhere between 120,000 – 130,000.

The ability to deliver a world-class viewing and fan experience synonymous with Albert Park is even more crucial in order to deliver the spectacle that the sports fans of Victoria so richly deserve.

While Sunday ticket allocations are nearly exhausted, Park Pass (GA) and hospitality packages are still available from Thursday through Saturday, while Grandstand tickets remain available for Thursday and Friday.

Friday Grandstand tickets for the Formula 1®️ Heineken®️ Australian Grand Prix 2022 are available from $91. Get them before they sell out.

The expectation of a ‘Sunday sellout’ is very likely to also push Saturday crowds to in excess of 100,000.

In addition to the greatest racing spectacle on the planet, Melbourne’s music scene will also come alive at the AusGP Sessions festival. A new initiative this year is that each night after the racing concludes the main stage adjacent to Albert Park Lake in M-Lane will feature a different blockbuster headline act. The full lineup of homegrown talent is to be announced on Monday.

For the foodies of Victoria, the event will showcase 140 delicious vendors, including some of Melbourne’s most iconic restaurants, and 29 bars, serving up classic cocktails.

All of this is located within the beautiful environs of Albert Park which will this year celebrate some of regional Victoria’s best tourist destinations.

AGPC CEO Andrew Westacott urges fans to secure their Sunday tickets to avoid disappointment.

"If you’re a fan that wants to attend on Sunday, I recommend you purchase your tickets without delay, so you don’t miss out,” he said.

“The expectation of a ‘Sunday sellout’ is very likely to also push Saturday crowds to in excess of 100,000.”

“While Sunday is looking very likely to sell out soon, there are still tickets available for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. With the best in food, music, family entertainment accompanying thrilling racing, there’s something for everyone right across the four days.”

“Friday will be the first time Formula 1 cars are on track in Melbourne in three years, while Saturday will see a hotly-contested qualifying session.”

“Daniel Ricciardo has performed very strongly at testing in Barcelona, and we can’t wait to see him racing in Melbourne, let alone in a McLaren for the first time.”