Four-day Grandstand tickets for the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020, from 12-15 March*, are now on sale.
The 2020 event marks the 25th running of the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, which has taken place at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit each year since 1996.
Fans who purchase a four-day Grandstand seat prior to Monday 30 September 2019 will automatically secure GP Advantage Gold member status.
GP Advantage is the turbocharged membership option which guarantees Formula 1® fans unbeatable views and behind-the-scenes access, as well as exclusive invitations to the GP Advantage Party and other benefits at the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020.
With four-day Grandstand packages starting from $320, purchasing tickets now will secure fans the best seats at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit as well as the ability to witness the inner sanctum of F1®.
“GP Advantage members live and breathe F1® and they are amongst our most loyal and passionate fans. We look forward to welcoming them back to celebrate our 25th race in Melbourne, many of which have been a part of since day one,” AGPC General Manager – Marketing Arthur Gillion said.
“We also look forward to welcoming new members to the program to experience behind-the-scenes access, great views and create memorable experiences that will last a lifetime.”
While every GP Advantage member is guaranteed an unrivalled experience at the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020, Gold member status gives fans early access to the circuit^ on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, a Thursday morning Pit Lane Walk^, a chance to WIN^ a Meet and Greet with an F1® driver, complimentary access to the GP Advantage Enclosure as well as a complimentary Official Program.
Early access to the circuit means Gold member fans will be able to secure prime position along the famous Melbourne Walk, getting them closer to the drivers and key F1® players than any other fan at the event.
Like this year’s event, the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020 will run on the weekend following the Labour Day long weekend in Victoria, which is also the weekend before the start of the AFL season.
^Subject to F1® approval.