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12th -15th March 2020

Australian Grand Prix 2020

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Australian Grand Prix Tickets 2020

At speeds of over 300 km/h, the world’s fastest cars and their drivers will once again take on the exhilarating turns and straights of the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit at the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020.

The beautiful, cosmopolitan city of Melbourne pulls out all the stops on race weekend.  You can enjoy all the culinary and cultural delights it has to offer when you join us for Melbourne’s 25th Grand Prix in 2020.

Buy your Australian F1 Grand Prix Tickets with Grand Prix Events, an official Formula One Grandstand and Hospitality provider, authorised by the Australian Grand Prix promoter.

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General Admission for Australia 2020

A General Admission ticket gives you access to all the on-track action from a variety of viewpoints, as well as the chance to enjoy an array of impressive entertainment.  It is one of the best ways to experience the electric atmosphere of the Australian Grand Prix.

When you’re not watching the Formula One action on the Albert Park Circuit, you can head to M-Lane and take your pick of the gourmet food trucks, which provide a taste of all that Australia’s food capital has to offer.

There are plenty of selfie and autograph opportunities at the fan stage, and Heineken Village is where to go for live music acts.

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Children at Australia 2020

Child Tickets:

Grandstand child tickets apply to children aged between 2 to 14 (inclusive) on the date of the race. Infants aged under 2 years have free access to Grandstands as long as they do not occupy a seat (if they occupy a seat, a child ticket must be purchased in advance).

Child ticket holders may be required to provide identification, both at the time of purchase and upon entry to the circuit.

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Australian Grand Prix 2020 Grandstands

Piquet Premium Grandstand:

A prime location to witness all of the Formula One action at this Australian Grand Prix, this Grandstand is located on the outside of Turn 3 (the overtaking hot-spot) and faces the short chute towards Turn 4. This entire stand is under cover, offering shelter from the elements, and boasts a private area with dedicated facilities such as a cash bar and catering.

Ricciardo Premium Grandstand:

The World Champion Grandstand has been renamed the Ricciardo Premium Grandstand in honour of Daniel Ricciardo’s birthday this year. The Grandstand is located on Turn 4, making it the perfect place to witness the cars on Turns 3, 4 and 5 from the comfort of an under cover seat. A cash bar and catering amenities are available here, too.

Prost Premium Grandstand:

This Grandstand looks down the apex of Turn 16, providing views of Turn 15, pit lane entry, and the blast onto the pit straight. This Grandstand is one of many that line the final corner; creating a stadium feel with an electric atmosphere. There’s a super-screen opposite so that you can follow the action from all around the track.  The upper tiers provide covered seating.

Fangio Premium Grandstand:

This Grandstand is right at the centre of all the Formula One action. From here you’ll have a prime view of the pre-race ceremonies, the race start, and then all the drama of the race unfolding. Being directly across from the pit lane, you’ll also be able to witness the world’s fastest pit crews at work, and then share in the post-race celebrations with your excellent view of the podium. The Grandstand has covered seating at the back and quick access to the food and bars at Legends Lane.

Senna Premium Grandstand:

This Grandstand offers a supreme vantage point to witness the acceleration of the Formula One cars. It offers a view from the top of the pit straight, so you can see the drivers at the Turn 16 exit, just before they launch onto the fastest point of the circuit. The seats are covered, and the Grandstand has easy access to Legends Lane, with food stalls, bars and merchandise.

Schumacher Premium Grandstand:

This Grandstand offers a wide range view of the final two turns and is directly opposite the entrance to the pit lane. There is also a super-screen to make sure you don’t miss a second of the Formula One action. Food and bar facilities aren’t far away, and there’s the option of covered seating for optimum comfort.

Brabham Grandstand:

This Grandstand is located on the inside of Turn 1, giving you an excellent view of the drama as drivers fight for position in the opening complex of corners. This vantage point lets you watch the cars brake on the limit at the end of the pit straight before they then tackle the throttle through Turn 2. You have a sunscreen opposite your seat and a host of food, drink and merchandise options nearby at F1 Central.

Jones Grandstand:

This Grandstand is located at the end of the main straight, on the outside of Turn 1, giving you an excellent view of the drama as drivers fight for position in the opening complex of corners. This vantage point lets you watch the cars brake on the limit at the end of the pit straight before they then tackle the throttle through Turn 2. You have a sunscreen opposite your seat and a host of food, drink and merchandise options nearby at F1 Central.

Fangio Grandstand:

This Grandstand overlooks the start and finish line, so from here you’ll have a prime view of the pre-race ceremonies, the race start, and then all the drama of the race unfolding. Being directly across from the pit lane you’ll also be able to witness the world’s fastest pit crews at work, and then share in the post-race celebrations with your excellent view of the podium. The Grandstand has covered seating at the back and quick access to the food and bars at Legends Lane.

Prost Grandstand:

This Grandstand is located on the last corner, and looks down the apex of Turn 16, providing views of Turn 15, pit lane entry, and the blast onto the pit straight. This grandstand is one of many that line the final corner; creating a stadium feel with an electric atmosphere. There’s a super-screen opposite so that you can follow the action from all around the track.

Senna Grandstand:

This Grandstand is located on the last corner, at the top of the pit straight, and so offers a supreme vantage point to witness the acceleration of the Formula One cars. You can see the drivers at the Turn 16 exit, just before they launch onto the fastest point of the circuit. Opposite the Grandstand is a super-screen.  Food stalls, bars and merchandise amenities aren’t far away in Legends Lane.

Waite Grandstand:

This Grandstand is named after the first ever Australian Grand Prix winner, 1928 champion Arthur Waite. This stand showcases the corners that Formula One cars are made for – the fast switchback between Turns 11 and 12. From here you can watch as the world’s best launch into the apex at 225km/h in sixth gear, before rapidly changing direction into Turn 12, witnessing first-hand the down-force of these incredible machines. Opposite the Grandstand is a super-screen that shows action from the rest of the track in real-time, so you won’t miss a second! Just a short distance away you’ll find food and bar facilities. This Grandstand also features unreserved disabled seating.

Clark Grandstand:

This Grandstand is perhaps the most picturesque area of the circuit, with the Melbourne cityscape to your right and palm trees lining Albert Park Lane on the infield. It also offers an excellent view of Turns 9 and 10, so you can witness the drivers braking hard from high speed to hook their cars into the Turn 9 chicane, before opening the throttle for the sweeping Turn 10. To keep up with the action around the track, a super-screen is set up opposite the Grandstand.

Schumacher Grandstand:

This Grandstand is located between the track’s final two turns, offering a wide range view of the world’s best braking into Turn 15, before they accelerate and line up the all-important run into the final corner. A super-screen opposite shows the action from around the rest of the track and the entrance to the pit lane is directly ahead. Food and bar facilities are only a moment away and there’s the option of disabled seating.

Webber Grandstand:

This Grandstand is located on the main straight next to the Senna Grandstand to offer exhilarating views of 100% throttle, slip-streaming passes and high speed. There are also adjacent views of the Supercars’ pit complex and pit entry. Food and bar facilities at Legends Lane are easily accessed from this Grandstand, too.

Moss Grandstand:

This Grandstand offers views of the cars jostling for position into Turn 1 and through the first chicane. The thrills continue after lap one, as Moss is positioned right where the drivers brake from speeds of over 300km/h and fire through the gears from eighth down to third. Food, bars and merchandise facilities are all close by, too.

3 Champions Jones Grandstand:

A great way to see the Grand Prix over four days! Brabham on Sunday, Fangio on Saturday, Jones Grandstand on Friday and roaming on Thursday are all included. You’ll be in the Jones Grandstand for the opening day of action (Friday). This Grandstand offers a perfect view of the drivers braking on the limit at the end of the pit straight before they nail the throttle through Turn 2.

3 Champions Fangio Grandstand:

A great way to see the Grand Prix over four days! Brabham on Sunday, Fangio on Saturday, Jones Grandstand on Friday and roaming on Thursday are all included.

3 Champions Brabham Grandstand:

A great way to see Grand Prix over four days! Brabham on Sunday, Fangio on Saturday, Jones Grandstand on Friday and roaming on Thursday is included.