It’s time to start your engines and move into pole position, because the adrenaline-fuelled F1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix is returning to Albert Park from March 30 to April 2.
Following on from the record-breaking attendance of around 419,000 people in 2022, this year is shaping up to be even more thrilling, with new track modifications that promise more speed and more overtakes. And the excitement will only be bolstered with the additions of F2 and F3 racing to the four-day schedule.
While Daniel Ricciardo has been relegated to third driver for Red Bull this season, Aussies can still cheer on Oscar Piastri (who is making his F1 debut for McLaren) and rising star Jack Doohan (who is competing in the F2 championship with Virtuosi Racing).
There will also be plenty of fun to be had away from the track, with live performances by Birds of Tokyo and Sneaky Sound System, DJ sets, world-class hospitality offerings and merch stalls. You can view the full entertainment schedule here.
Limited tickets are still available, so if you want to experience the high-octane action you'll need to snap up a ticket via the website. And if you can't make the event in person, never fear. Every race of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship is broadcast live in Australia.