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When was the first Formula 1 Grand Prix in Australia?

Just four months after Adelaide held its last Australian Grand Prix at the end of 1995, the Formula 1 teams were back in Australia for Melbournes first Grand Prix at the start of 1996. That race is most often remembered for Martin Brundle’s infamous Jordan crash at Turn 3 after he launched himself off the back of Johnny Herbert’s Sauber.

When is the next Formula 1 race in Melbourne?

Thanks to an existing contract, Formula 1 will hold a race in Melbourne until at the least the end of 2025. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews hinted after the 2022 race that an extension was on the cards following a combined attendance of over 400,000 fans across the four days.

Where are the best places to watch Formula 1 in Australia?

Often found on lists of the world’s best cities, Melbourne is a blast all year round – and it only gets better when Formula 1 rolls into town. There are bars and restaurants aplenty, you’re right by the beach, while the race’s appearance at the start of Australia’s autumn means the temperatures should be peachy.

How many races are there in the 2022 Formula One season?

The 2022 Formula One season runs from March 20 until November 20. Max Verstappen will be looking to defend his title after winning his first World Drivers Championship in 2021 after a controversial but thrilling final lap where he overtook Lewis Hamilton to win on the final race at Abu Dhabi. There will be 23 races.

What is the Australian F1 Grand Prix?

It is the second oldest surviving motor racing competition held in Australia, after the Alpine rally of East Gippsland. The Grand Prix has moved frequently with 23 different venues having been used since it was first run at Phillip Island in 1928. The race became part of the Formula One World Championship in 1985.

Where was the 2001 Australian Grand Prix held?

The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit (pictured in 2014), where the race was held. The 2001 Australian Grand Prix was the first of the 17 rounds in the 2001 Formula One World Championship and the 16th Formula One Australian race.

What is the history of the Melbourne Grand Prix?

The race became part of the Formula One World Championship in 1985. Since 1996 it has been held at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne, with the exceptions of 2020 and 2021 when the races were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before that, it was held in Adelaide. It is currently sponsored with naming rights by Swiss watchmaker Rolex.

When was the last time the Australian Grand Prix was held?

The Australian Grand Prix at Adelaide in 1985–1995 was always the last event in the Formula One calendar – but from 1996 onwards, it has usually been the first event or was held early in the season. Albert Park, within easy reach of the Melbourne central business district, became home to the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

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When will Formula 1 return to Liverpools Albert Park?

How to watch Formula 1 in Australia?

1 Foxtel. All live television coverage of F1® in Australia is through Fox Sports, which is available via Foxtel and Foxtel Now. 2 Kayo Sports. Kayo Sports – Australia’s dedicated sports streaming service – has access to every Formula 1® practice session, qualifying session and full Grand Prix race live and on demand. 3 Channel 10. ... 4 F1 TV. ...

Does F1 TV in Australia have live race streaming?

Although live race streaming (F1 TV Pro) is not available through F1 TV in Australia, the official subscription service of Formula 1® does provide live timing features for fans wanting a deeper understanding of the sport through F1 TV Access.

Where can I watch the F1 Grand Prix live?

The only free-to-air coverage available for real-time action is the Australian F1 Grand Prix, which has been moved to November this year due to the pandemic. It will be on Foxtel and Channel 10.

How can I watch Formula 1 on Foxtel?

Foxtel sub-leases the Sky Sports F1 live stream racing coverage, showing it through its Fox Sports channels. This includes the three practice sessions, the qualifying session and the race itself. The Fox Sports channels are available through Foxtel IQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports. There is one exception to this deal.

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