“Melbourne will host the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix for another two years. The extension comes on top of a 10-year deal already signed by the government earlier this year, boosting local businesses and jobs, and bringing in tens of thousands of people. » Explain the output.
Demand for ticket sales in Australia is high and the fact that the 2022 Grand Prix will welcome more than 419,000 people over three days are undoubtedly strong arguments in favor of an extension for the next 15 seasons.
“This year’s Grand Prix attracted an attendance of around 419,000, and even more are expected in 2023. Event organizers are eyeing a huge turnout after tickets for the main race day sold out within three and a half hours of going on sale. » The report continues.
With the 2023 F1 French Grand Prix off the calendar, Australia has been chosen to host Formula 2 and Formula 3 races from 2023, reinforcing FOM’s interest in Melbourne.
In 2023, as in past seasons, Australia will have a starting driver, but it will no longer be Daniel Ricciardo. Now Oscar Piastre is Australia’s representative in F1 drivers in 2023.
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