Well known as a favourite of F1 teams and drivers alike, the Albert Park street circuit is the perfect setting for the opening round of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship. Melbourne’s spectacular Albert Park street circuit is the perfect setting for the opening round of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship™ season.
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General Admission fans can enjoy all the on-track action from a variety of vantage points as well as a bumper line-up of entertainment away from the track.
Get your first look at the new V6 Turbo power unit in action and see how they perform under the new regulations. Children 12 years old and under can access General Admission areas for Free provided they are accompanied by a paying Adult ticket holder.
For children 12 years old and under, Free tickets are only available at the Gate. Single Day Grandstand seats in the Schumacher and Webber Grandstands are on sale now. Witness racing at its best through Turn 15, 16 and into the main straight.
Upgrade your existing General Admission or Grandstand ticket to access the James Boag’s Premium Zone. This is the perfect place to upgrade your Grand Prix experience and enjoy a more comfortable and social environment.
The Webber and Schumacher Grandstands also have an allocation of singe day seats available, with all options providing you the ability to select your ideal grandstand and day to enjoy the action.
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The Webber Grandstand is located at the top of the main straight opposite the V8 garages. The 4 Corner Grandstand ticket option provides an opportunity to experience 4 different stand locations across the 4 days of the event.
Moss Grandstand provides you with fantastic views of the cars powering towards Turn 1 and jostling for position through the first chicane, while the Prost and Schumacher Grandstands give you a bird’s eye view of all the action in Turns 15 and 16.
The Webber Grandstand is located opposite the V8 Supercars pit garages, giving you unprecedented viewing of pit entry and the run onto the long front straight. The Schumacher Grandstand is located on Turn 15 and has views across to Turn 16.
Watch the action from unique vantage points in a different grandstand each day.
Don’t miss the thrills, spills and drama that fans have come to expect from the first race of the season. If you’re visiting Melbourne, you can find a complete Transport Guide here.http://www.grandprix.com.au/general-info