The Albert Park circuit in Melbourne has secured a two-year extension on its contract to hold the Australian Grand Prix, but will relinquish the 2024 season-opener to Saudi Arabia.
The promoters of the Australian Grand Prix have agreed a new 10-year contract with Formula 1 which will also bring Formula 2 and Formula 3 to Melbourne.
The city of Sydney is considering a bid to replace Melbourne as the home of the Australian Grand Prix.
The Australian Grand Prix will remain at Melbourne until at least the end of 2025 after Formula 1 Management confirmed a two-year extension on its current deal.
In the round-up: Australian GP to stay at Melbourne • Other drivers caused recent crashes – Maldonado • Williams should have had Spa upgrade – Bottas
In the round-up: Melbourne keeps race until 2020 • Ecclestone settlement higher than reported • ‘Stewards ignore small teams’ – Kobayashi
In the round-up: The Victorian government reveals Australian Grand Prix losses.
In today’s round-up: another politician urges Melbourne to stop hosting its F1 race.
More rumours over the future of the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne.
Bernie Ecclestone has been quoted in an Australian newspaper casting doubt on the future of the race: Maybe we don’t want to be in Australia. Our costs are very high in Australia and we get a lot less money. It’s bloody bad for us. We’ve got quite a few places on the list that would … Continue reading The future of the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne