The GP Advantage Party is back for 2018 on Friday night, straight after the historic first race of the Coates Hire Supercars Melbourne 400.

Enjoy delicious canapés, a free first drink, music and entertainment, plus a chance to get up close to legendary motorsport guest speakers.

The special F1® guest speaker for the 2018 GP Advantage Party is 1997 world champion, Jacques Villeneuve.

The Canadian, who made his F1® debut in Melbourne in 1996, is now part of the Sky Sports F1 team and will provide valuable insights for GP Advantage Party guests.

Supercars greats and former Bathurst winners Will Davison and Steven Richards will also appear at the GP Advantage Party.

Two-time Bathurst winner Davison joins the new 23 Red Racing for the 2018 Supercars season, while Richards, a veteran of Supercars racing, now competes in the Australian GT Championship.

To celebrate, all GP Advantage Party ticket holders will go into the draw to WIN^ a Supercars Hot Lap of the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit.

The GP Advantage Party is an amazing addition to your Australian Grand Prix experience, but places are limited so book early.

Date: Friday 23 March 2018
Time: 7.00pm-9.30pm
Venue: GP Advantage Members Enclosure (between Fangio and Webber Grandstands)

Please note, the GP Advantage Members Enclosure will close early at 6.00pm on Friday 23 March to accomodate for the GP Advantage Party.

Tickets for GP Advantage Gold members: $49*
Tickets for GP Advantage Silver members: $59*

*Price based on cash purchases from Ticketmaster outlets. Tickets purchased by other means attract additional delivery, handling, payment processing and transactions fees. Click here for details.

^Terms and conditions apply.

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