Australian Grand Prix Race Tickets
See the fastest sporting event in Australia with Australian Grand Prix tickets. The history of Grand Prix racing in Australia dates back to the 1920s. The race was promoted by several sanctioning bodies with various types of cars including Tasman Formula and Formula 5000. The Australian Grand Prix became part of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1985. The Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix was originally held on the Adelaide street circuit before moving to the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne in 1996, where it has remained since.
The first running of the Australian Grand Prix was held in 1928 as the 100 Miles Road Race. The event was run at Phillip Island and was won by Arthur Waite. Keke Rosberg won the 1985 Australian Grand Prix, the first event that was sanctioned by Formula 1. Since becoming part of the F1 World Championship, Australian Grand Prix tickets have been in incredibly high demand with motorsports fans coming from all over the world to experience the event.
Lex Davison and Michael Schumacher have each won four Australian Grand Prix, with Davison’s wins all coming in the pre-F1 era and Schumacher’s victories taking place in the early 2000s. McLaren and Ferrari have both dominated the event as constructors with more than 10 Australian Grand Prix victories. The 14-turn Albert Park Circuit is a 5.279-kilometer street circuit that provides a great challenge for the drivers.
Australian Grand Prix Ticket Prices
With a large variety of motorsports disciplines, series and tracks, the cost of tickets will vary greatly between races. Several factors come into play such as the size of the racetrack, the number of grandstands, total seating capacity and whether seats are reserved or general admission. TicketSmarter will have updated Australian Grand Prix ticket prices from when they first go on sale all the way up to the day of the event.
How much are Australian Grand Prix tickets?
Racing tickets will have several price levels based on where you sit at the track and on the series that is competing. Formula 1 tickets can easily cost more than $600, while IndyCar and NHRA races will often start at prices as low as $40. TicketSmarter’s interactive seating map will provide customers with plenty of pricing options when viewing Australian Grand Prix tickets, making it easy to pick out the perfect seats for your budget.
Formula 1: 2023 Australian Grand Prix - 4 Day Pass tickets on March 30th, 2023 at TBD will start at prices around $578.00, while premium seats closer to the start/finish line or in club level seats will max out at $578.00. There are 9 tickets available for the upcoming race on March 30th, 2023 at TBD at Albert Park Circuit, 220 Albert road, Melbourne, VIC.
Australian Grand Prix 2022 Racing Schedule
Auto racing generally takes place during the spring through fall months due to it primarily being an outdoor event. There are several indoor races that occur throughout the winter months such as the Chili Bowl Nationals for those needing their racing fix during the off season. Racing events may take place during a single day or over several days with a series of on-track sessions for practice, qualifying and racing.
The Australian Grand Prix schedule will include practice sessions to get the drivers acclimated to the track. After the practice sessions, the drivers will then qualify their cars in order to set the lineup for the race. Once the field is set, the green flag for the Australian Grand Prix will fly and the race will begin! Albert Park Circuit at 220 Albert road, Melbourne, VIC will have plenty of on-track action throughout the Australian Grand Prix race weekend.
When do Australian Grand Prix tickets go on sale?
Australian Grand Prix tickets will usually go on sale shortly after the sanctioning body for the race has announced their season schedule. The schedule for the upcoming season will generally become available before the completion of the current season. Formula 1: 2023 Australian Grand Prix race tickets for April 2nd, 2023 at 1:00pm are on sale now with 0 tickets for race day currently remaining on TicketSmarter.
Australian Grand Prix Seating Chart
Seating arrangements for motorsports events will vary from track to track. Road courses will usually have several grandstands that give fans a unique view of different turns on the track. Oval tracks will generally have a large grandstand that provides a view of the entire racetrack from one location. TicketSmarter’s interactive seating map will accurately display the track and seating layout for the Australian Grand Prix. This tool will allow you to see all available seating options, so you can make an educated decision on where to sit for the race.
The Australian Grand Prix seating chart provides race fans with multiple seating options that each have their own unique multi-sensory experience. Sitting in the lower rows at Albert Park Circuit will give fans a true sense of the raw speed and intense noise of the engines as they race in front of you. Sitting higher up at the track will allow fans to see a wider view of the track, making it easier to follow along with all the action.
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Australian Grand Prix Upcoming Events
03/30/2023 - 04/02/2023