F1 comes back to Australia in 2018
Shout-out to all those Grand Prix fanatics! Are you ready to enjoy Australia’s greatest motorsport event of the year? If you want to see the best drivers in the world going for glory at the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit then you need to buy F1 Australia tickets today. There is always heaps of excitement around the Australian Grand Prix as the race officially starts the new 2018 F1 season. With F1 Melbourne tickets, you can see the effect the car and driver changes will have made to the teams. It is also a good gauge to see how the new season will pan out. The 2017 F! Australia race, for example, saw Sebastien Vettel pip Lewis Hamilton to the line. As we know, the Vettel-Hamilton rivalry turned out to be the big story in the 2017 F1 season right up until Hamilton won his fourth championship at the Mexican Grand Prix.
2018 F1 Australian Grand Prix Circuit
Officially known as the FIA Formula One World Championship, this epic race takes place at Melbourne’s famous Grand Prix circuit in Albert Park, around a man-made lake. When F1 first came to Australian shores in 1985, it called Adelaide home. However, in 1996 Melbourne hosted its first Grand Prix and, since then, the race has become extremely popular with both fans and drivers. The Melbourne Grand Prix is also famous for its party atmosphere with live music, fan zones and loads of extra on-track races and events.
The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit is just over five-kilometres long and features 16 turns. The Melbourne lap record is held by F1 legend Michael Schumacher who clocked an impressive lap in just 1:24.125. Will Lewis Hamilton or local favourite Daniel Ricciardo beat Schumacher's record and also lift the champagne at the end of the race? Get Australian Grand Prix tickets right here at Ticketbis and see for yourself.
2017 Australian Grand Prix
The 2017 Australian Grand Prix was a fitting way to start what was an extremely exciting season of F1 racing. The race saw four-time F1 champion Sebastien Vettel win his first race since the Singapore Grand Prix in 2015. Ricciardo disappointed the thousands of Aussie fans as his car had serious mechanical issues throughout the entire race. The 2017 F1 also featured Australian actress Nicole Kidman make a surprise appearance in the Ferrari garage