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F1 - Australian Grand Prix

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F1 - Australian Grand Prix

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Jeffry b wrote a review Jan. 2021
Essendon, Australia7192 contributions2347 helpful votes
The Australian Grand Prix is usually held in March, making it the first Grand Prix of the season. This year, it will probably be held in November 2021. As last year's Grand Prix was cancelled, let's hope that the corona virus situation is under control by November. It's understood that the teams are seeking clarification of scheduling.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Jeffry b wrote a review Aug. 2020
Essendon, Australia7192 contributions2347 helpful votes
The 2021 Australian Grand Prix is likely to be held in March. The 2020 Grand Prix was cancelled at the last minute due to corona virus complications. The 2021 Grand Prix is the first F1 Grand Prix of the motor racing season. It will be held at the Albert Park track, close to the Melbourne city centre.. The F1 Grand Prix always attracts the international gliteratti, so book your accommodation early if you plan to attend. By the way, the Grand Prix schedule has yet to be finalised, but the Australian Grand Prix is traditionally held in March.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steven N wrote a review Mar. 2020
Launceston, Australia177 contributions84 helpful votes
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Unfortunately the GP was cut short this year due to COVID-19. However, I did get to experience Thursday at the track. Seating was fantastic, along with plenty of food and drink options (and easy access to them). Venue is pretty well laid out, however some additional directional signage and staff knowledge would help. Not quite to the standard of the Singapore F1 GP. Overall, looking forward to hopefully returning next year to see the actual F1 weekend!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Normandy C wrote a review Feb. 2020
Melbourne, Australia1351 contributions103 helpful votes
A lot of open spaces to witness the thrills and spills of the Australian Grand Prix. You can purchase a seat in one of the many stands or grab a camping chair and sit along the circuit. Plenty of beer, spirits, foods and merchandise stands throughout the crcuit
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Date of experience: March 2019
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mcas1937 wrote a review Jun. 2019
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Albert Park is a great place to go to see a F1 race. We went for both qualifying and race day and were impressed by how much there was do and see. For starters, Albert Park is beautiful. On top of that, it's practically non-stop racing, with 4 or 5 support series happening in addition to the Grand Prix itself. If that's not enough, you can walk around the whole park, something I strongly recommend to any car enthusiast, as there were a lot of driver meet ups with pretty much every car make having a meetup in the outfield. I would strongly recommending getting a GP Advantage pass, as it will also give you access to grandstand seats and the GP Advantage zone, where you have less crowded restrooms, and somewhat more relaxed area to enjoy the proceedings.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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