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TRIBINA D, TRIBUNA A, TRIBUNA B, TRIBUNA C
AusGP Park means General Admission tickets for this event. This kind of ticket offers several points of view to follow the race and allows you to move freely through the marked area for AusGP Park in the circuit. There are not seats, only standings areas. This kind of access is recommended for those who want to check different points of the track during the weekend to choose the best place to watch Sunday’s race. In addition, this ticket allows you to access the Pit-Lane Walk which take place on Thursday.
Sunday General Admission tickets, this kind of tickets allow different viewpoints across the circuit, it’s recommendable to arrive early because they are not seats so first come – best view.
Perfect idea for a F1 Family Sunday. This pass allows access to the event 2 adults accompanied by 2 children or 1 adult accompanied by 3 children. (Child = 3-17 years old)
Both Grandstands are the most desired each year during the weekend. Their location allows to visualize the last curve of the circuit, as well as the Main Straight from the comfort of a reserved seat. An added value is that the Podium Show is also in front of Grandstands.
Reserved Seat in the Main Grandstand of the Circuit; there is no better location to contemplate the “Start” and “Finish” line and the first and last. Of course, it offers a perfect view of the Pit – Lane to keep an eye on all the activity that takes place during the whole weekend.
VIP Sunday ticket with Paddock access. The VIP area is located just above the Teams Garages. Exclusive entrance that allows in addition to incredible views of the Pit-Lane; a luxurious catering, marinated with the best brands of Wine, Beer and Champagne in the world accompanied by all kinds of International Celebrities.
Popularly known as Albert Park Circuit, Australian GP is the departure box for each season since 1996. It takes place at a wonderful setting on the shores of the lake which gives its name, Albert Park.
However, first scoring F1 event in Australia was disputed in 1985 in the legendary Circuit of Adelaide; with a memorable victory from the father of a recent World Champions, Keke Rosberg.
This GP takes place at a very curious circuit; The track is disassembled every year after the race, therefore, the first turns of workouts are performed with minimal adhesion, so together with its extremely short curves; make the season start full of adrenaline.
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